The U.S. and Japan have reached a deal for the Marine Corps to start flight operations with the V-22 Ospreys deployed to the Asian nation. The Corps had delayed operating the aircraft until the U.S. allayed fears about the tiltrotor’s safety because of recent accidents, including a fatal one earlier this year. “This agreement was the result of a deep partnership and thorough process that allowed both sides to reconfirm the safety of the aircraft. It is a testament to the strength and ...

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