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Australian officials say equipment on a ship searching for the missing Malaysian jet has relocated an underwater signal that ...
is consistent with a plane's black boxes. (April 8)
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SHOTLIST:POOL - AP CLIENTS ONLYPerth, Australia - April 8, 2014++SOUNDBITES SEPARATED BY WHITE FLASH++1. SOUNDBITE (English) Angus Houston, Air Chief Marshal:"Today I can report some further encouraging information regarding the search for the missing flight M370. On monday I advised that the pinger locater deployed by the Ocean Shield had detected signals consistent with those emitted by aircraft black boxes on two separate occasions. I can now tell you that Ocean Shield has been able to reacquire the signal on two more occasions."2. SOUNDBITE (English) Angus Houston, Air Chief Marshal:"Detection yesterday afternoon was held for approximately five minutes and 32 seconds the detection late last night was held for approximately seven minutes."3. SOUNDBITE (English) Angus Houston, Air Chief Marshal:"I believe we are searching in the right area but we need to visually identify air craft wreckage before we can confirm with certainty that this is the final resting place of MH-370." STORYLINE:An Australian official says equipment on a ship searching for the missing Malaysian jet has relocated an underwater signal that is consistent with a plane's black boxes.Angus Houston, the head of a joint agency coordinating the search in the southern Indian Ocean, said on Wednesday that the Australian navy's Ocean Shield has picked up two more underwater signals that could be from Flight 370. The Ocean Shield first detected the sounds late Saturday and early Sunday before losing them, and Houston said the ship relocated the signals twice on Tuesday.The ship is equipped with a U.S. Navy towed pinger locator that is designed to pick up signals from a plane's black boxes.