Quest for answers continues following CAF helicopter crash off the coast of Greece

CKTB - NEWS - General Vance

Government officials have confirmed the identity of a woman killed in a Canadian Armed Forces helicopter crash off the coast of Greece.

Sub-Lieutenant Abbigial Cowbrough's body has been recovered after a Cyclone helicopter went down with all crew on board.

Five other people are still considered missing, but officials will not be releasing their names at this time out of respect for the families.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the flight data and voice recorders have been recovered, and although the cause of the crash is not yet know, he pledged, '...we will get answers in due course.'

Although the recorders were recovered, the helicopter wreckage has not been.

Chief of the Defence Staff General Jonathan Vance says a flight safety team, similar to what is used by the Transportation Safety Board, will be leaving today or tomorrow to investigate the circumstances surrounding the incident.

Vance says he has has confidence in the capability of the helicopters.

Operations in the area have been paused while the investigation is underway.

The helicopter was involved in the NATO mission 'Operation Reassurance.'

Vance says he is very proud of all the Canadians working on Operation Reassurance and says his thoughts are with them.