As the Pentagon notes improvements in the V-22 Osprey fleets, the program is getting bolstered by more investments in additional aircraft and engine work. While highlighting enhancements and upgrades to the Ospreys, the Pentagon’s Director of Operational Testing and Evaluation (DOT&E) says more work is needed for both the CV-22 U.S. Air Force and MV-22 U.S. Navy models in its annual report, released in January. For the CV-22s, the report says, “DOT&E evaluated the Sirfc ...
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