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.

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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.

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Nepalese Army personnel make a regular maintenance for an army chopper in Kathmandu, Nepal, May 17, 2015.

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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.

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