They’re gone. The Navy has ended its search for three sailors missing after the Wednesday crash of a military aircraft near Japan. Their C2-A Greyhound cargo plane had been shuttling between a Marine Corps base in Japan and aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan when it went down. Eight people were rescued, but two days of searching by U.S. and Japanese warships in the Philippine Sea proved fruitless. The naval task force’s commander offered prayers for the sailors and their families, and an investigation into the crash continues.