U.S. Air Force Lifts CV-22 Grounding

U.S. Air Force CV-22s fly in formation in the Middle East in January 2021.
Credit: U.S. Air Force

U.S. Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC) on Sept. 2 returned its CV-22 fleet to flight after more than two weeks of grounding because of an issue with the tiltrotor’s gearbox for which the service still does not have a root cause. The Air Force was the sole service to ground the Bell-Boeing...

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