The U.S. Navy has decided it is not feasible to recapitalize its MH-53 Sea Dragon fleet with a derivative of the CH-53K King Stallion and instead will use advanced sensors to address the service’s mine countermeasures mission requirements, while the CMV-22 Osprey will assume the secondary mission of vertical onboard ...

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