12 Marines from Missing Helicopter Names Released by Marine Corps Offi

12 Marines from Missing Helicopter Names Released by Marine Corps Officials

January 18, 2016

12 Marines from Missing Helicopter Names Released by Marine Corps Officials

The search for the crews of 2 missing helicopters continues off the coast of Hawaii continues. Meanwhile, the names of the 12 Marines missing from last week's apparent crash have been released by the U.S. Marine Corps.

We are sharing that list of names below. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the families and friends of these missing Marines.

In other news regarding the 2 missing helicopters and Marines, a variety of agencies have been continuing the search 24 hours a day. There have been reports that crews have recovered debris that is "consistent" with the missing helicopters.

Capt. James Jenkins, chief of staff for the 14th Coast Guard district in Honolulu, did not specify what had been recovered. KHON reported that the debris was found off the North Shore of the island of Oahu.

Marine Corps Base Hawaii Public Affairs Office Releases Names of Missing Marines

Maj. Shawn M. Campbell, 41, College Station, Texas.

Capt. Brian T. Kennedy, 31, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Capt. Kevin T. Roche, 30, St. Louis, Missouri.

Capt. Steven R. Torbert, 29, Florence, Alabama.

Sgt. Dillon J. Semolina, 24,Chaska, Minnesota.

Sgt. Adam C. Schoeller, 25, Gardners, Pennsylvania.

Sgt. Jeffrey A. Sempler, 22, Woodruff, South Carolina.

Sgt. William J. Turner, 25, Florala, Alabama.

Cpl. Matthew R. Drown, 23, Spring, Texas.

Cpl. Thomas J. Jardas, 22, Fort Myers, Florida.

Cpl. Christopher J. Orlando, 23, Hingham, Massachusetts.

Lance Cpl. Ty L. Hart, 21, Aumsville, Oregon.

"Our thoughts and prayers are with the Marines and their families as we continue search and rescue efforts," Base Hawaii said.

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