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Helicopters and vessels are searching closer in, about 15 to 20 miles offshore. Rescuers on Thursday continued searching the ocean off Hawaii for five soldiers missing since their Army helicopter went down during nighttime training.

Crews searched waters off a remote area northwest of Honolulu where the UH-60 Black Hawk disappeared late Tuesday.

"Our aviation assets, as well as all of our soldiers, train at night. They need these skills to accomplish their wartime mission, Kellogg said.

The two helicopters are elements of the 25th Combat Aviation Brigade based in Hawaii. In April, one crew member was killed and two others were injured when an Army Black Hawk helicopter crashed onto a golf course in Maryland during a routine training flight.

The search later moved to an area about 5 miles (8 kilometers) offshore where currents moving in different directions converge.The Army and Marine Corps joined the effort, as did Honolulu firefighters and lifeguards.Two Black Hawk crews were conducting training between Kaena Point and Dillingham Airfield when communications were lost, officials said.The UH-60 Black Hawk is a four-bladed, twin-engine utility helicopter manufactured for the Army by Sikorsky Aircraft starting in the 1970s. In 2015, 11 crew members were killed when an Army Black Hawk helicopter crashed into the water off Eglin Air Force Base in Florida.More than 3,000 Black Hawk aircraft are in service around the world, according to Sikorsky's parent company Lockheed Martin. Water safety officials hand over possible debris from an Army UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter crash to military personnel stationed at a command center in a harbor, Wednesday, August 16, 2017 in Haleiwa, HI.Rescue crews are looking for two pilots and three crew members missing since their helicopter went down during nighttime training off Oahu's Kaena Point late Tuesday.

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