The U.S. Navy is conducting an assessment of whether the Bell/Boeing MV-22 can operate as a potential Carrier Onboard Delivery (COD) vehicle in advance of kicking off a program to either replace or modernize the C-2A Greyhounds now performing that role. The tiltrotor is already onboard the carrier Harry S. Truman for the first phase of the assessment, says Rear Adm. William Moran, Navy director for air warfare. Starting April 19, operators will be “conducting palletized cargo and ...

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