Divers on Sunday recovered the bodies of four American soldiers killed last week when their Black Hawk helicopter crashed in the Mediterranean.
Police said the bodies were taken to the morgue in the southern port of Limassol.The helicopter crashed Tuesday about three miles off the southern coast of Cyprus. The Black Hawk was headed for Larnaca airport to pick up supplies for the U.S. Embassy in Lebanon.
The crewmen, based in Giebelstadt, Germany, were identified as Chief Warrant Officer Michael R. Baker, the 33-year-old pilot; Chief Warrant Officer Donal J. Cunningham, 32, co-pilot; Spec. Robert A. Rogers, 25, crew chief, and Spec. Dale Wood, 20, crew chief.