Finally, a number differently reported of bodies were recovered, but the entire plane not yet found even if ten pieces of debris floating on the sea were confirmed after an Indonesian military aircraft saw white, red and black objects, including what appears to be a life jacket, off the coast, about 105 miles (170 kilometers) south of Pangkalan Bun. There are no signs of survivors. Experts were making plans to reach what was left of the Airbus A320-200 in waters up to 100 feet deep. The top goal is recovery of the plane’s flight recorder, the so-called black box. Indonesia’s president, Joko Widodo, thanked the international effort mobilized for the search, and then shifted his comments to the families of those on board.“We are sorry to be here today under these tragic circumstances,” said AirAsia executive Sunu Widyatmoko in a statement issued in the Indonesian city of Surabaya.