A ground crewman stands in front of a South Korean P3 Orion after it returned from the search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 in Perth, Australia, Sunday, March 30, 2014. (AP Photo/Rob Griffith)
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The search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 could take years, a U.S. Naval officer suggested Sunday, as search and rescue officials raced to locate the plane's black box recorder days before its batteries are set to die.Ten ships and as many aircraft are searching a massive area in the Indian Ocean west of Perth, trying to find some trace of the aircraft, which went missing more than three weeks ago and is presumed to have crashed.U.S. Navy Captain Mark Matthews, who is in charge of the U.S. Towed Pinger Locator, told journalists at Stirling Naval Base near Perth that the lack of information about where the plane went down seriously hampers the ability to find it.Malaysia says the plane, which disappeared less than an hour into a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, was likely diverted deliberately.
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