BEJING — A dozen V-22 Ospreys arrived via ship on Japanese shores July 22, but the aircraft will remain grounded until the U.S. Marine Corps receives the results of investigations into earlier accidents involving the tilt-rotor aircraft, which the service still expects by month’s end. Meanwhile, the Marines are defending the safety and operational effectiveness of the Bell-Boeing aircraft. The MV-22s are meant to replace CH-46 helicopters used by the 3rd Marine Expeditionary Force ...


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