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Navy plane still resting in shoal of Kaneohe Bay

  • COURTESY U.S. REP. JILL TOKUDA 
                                U.S. Rep. Jill Tokuda talked Saturday with Col. Jeremy Beaven, left, and Adm. Samuel Paparo at the site of a downed Navy P-8A Poseidon in Kaneohe Bay just off the runway at Marine Corps Base Hawaii.

    COURTESY U.S. REP. JILL TOKUDA

    U.S. Rep. Jill Tokuda talked Saturday with Col. Jeremy Beaven, left, and Adm. Samuel Paparo at the site of a downed Navy P-8A Poseidon in Kaneohe Bay just off the runway at Marine Corps Base Hawaii.

  • COURTESY U.S. REP. JILL TOKUDA 
                                Salvage preparations are underway after an initial investigation and assessments since a Navy P-8A Poseidon overshot a runway Nov. 20 at Marine Corps Base Hawaii.

    COURTESY U.S. REP. JILL TOKUDA

    Salvage preparations are underway after an initial investigation and assessments since a Navy P-8A Poseidon overshot a runway Nov. 20 at Marine Corps Base Hawaii.

The Navy war plane that slid off a runway at Marine Corps Base Hawaii a week ago while trying to land in rainy weather continues to rest in shallow water about 100 feet off the runway, with at least two points of the 42-foot-high P-8A sitting on coral reef. Read more

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