Arab and international Since 2017-08-12 at 08:41 (Baghdad time)
US Marines have ordered their squadrons to suspend flight operations for 24 hours over the next two weeks to review the actions after two planes crashed, killing people.
The Marine Corps, in a statement, said that General Robert Neller, the commander of the Marines, issued directives to the aviation units to stop without disrupting the "operations." Leaders determine the schedule of their units.
Last week, a US-made MV-22 Osprey crashed off Australia's northeast, killing three Marines.
In July, a KC-130 crashed in Mississippi, killing 16 soldiers.