Los angeles international airport: 3 US Marines Conquered on Japan-US Flight
On the 4th international flight from Japan to Dallas, Texas, a male passenger appeared intimidating words and deeds, then hid in the bathroom after the plane crash. On the plane, three U.S. Marines Captain Kut (left) and Sergeant De Trerick (middle) ) And the first-class soldier Mehart (right), subdued this troublesome passenger. (Screenshot by CNN TV)
Three intimidators on the United States Marine Corps subdued the international flight, and the flight was diverted to Los Angeles International Airport. The picture shows the data photo of Los Angeles International Airport.
The US military news website “Stars and Stripes” reported that on the international flight from Japan to Dallas, Texas on the 4th, a male passenger appeared intimidating words and deeds, and hid in the restroom after making an accident. A member of the US Marines stationed in Okinawa will ambush this troublesome passenger and will be responsible for the whole process of surveillance. It will not be handed over to the aviation police until the flight is changed to Los Angeles International Airport.
The U.S. Marine Corps announced that the three members of the plane who were hailed as “heroes” were Captain Daniel Kult, Sergeant John Dietrick, and First Class Alexander Meinhardt.
De Trerick told the Stars and Stripes on the 6th that he heard an unusual voice on the way back from Japan to the United States. “I intuitively know that there is a situation that requires us to deal with.”
He said: “We had only one idea at the time, that is to ensure the safety of all passengers.”
The De Trericks are members of the US Marine Corps’ Camp Schwab camp, and each was allowed to temporarily return to the United States due to different factors.
Kurt said: “It is natural that we are ready in place to block the exit of the target, and our colleagues also cover each other.”
The report pointed out that Kurt, Trerick and Mehart gathered at the door of the bathroom to prepare for the “stack” tactics taught by the military when the flight attendant opened the door to fight the ambulance man. After overwhelming the troublesome passenger, they fixed him on the seat with plastic straps.
Kurt said: “If you are trained, you know how to calm down in tension, and we know how to act in groups.” He said that although the three ranks are different, they all have the same experience, so they can cooperate seamlessly.
The report pointed out that after the flight was changed to Los Angeles International Airport, the police was taken to the hospital for mental evaluation; the FBI California Branch and the US Central Attorney’s Office in Central California have launched investigations into the case.
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