KATHMANDU, May 18, 2015 - Photo taken on May 17, 2015 shows a Nepalese army chopper, which spotted the suspected wreckage of a U.S Marine helicopter, landing at the airport in Kathmandu, Nepal. An U.S. military chopper, which was on a rescue mission in the worst quake-hit areas of Dolakha, lost contact on May 12. There were eight people on board the military chopper including two Nepalese soldiers and six U.S. marines.
Nepalese Army personnel walk near a landing army helicopter in Kathmandu, Nepal, May 17, 2015. Three bodies had been recovered near the wreckage of a missing U.S. military chopper, an official from the Nepal government confirmed Friday. The U.S. military chopper, which was on a rescue mission in the worst quake-hit areas of Dolakha, lost contact on May 12.
Nepalese Army personnel make a regular maintenance for an army chopper in Kathmandu, Nepal, May 17, 2015.
The file photo shows Basanta Titara, Warrant Officer second class of Nepal Army, who died along with six other U.S. marines in a crash of U.S. Marine Corps' UH-1Y Huey Helicopter in Ghorthali area of Sindhupalchowk district. Eight people were on board including two Nepalese soldiers in the chopper which was on relief mission in Dolakha district.