MV-22s Return To Flight In Japan After Safety Review

Credit: Japan-based Bell-Boeing MV-22s were temporarily grounded after one crash landed in the water off the cost of Okinawa on Dec. 13, following a midair refueling incident: U.S. Marine Corps
Bell-Boeing MV-22 Ospreys assigned to the 1st Marine Aircraft Wing in Okinawa, Japan, have returned to flight less than a week after one of the aircraft clipped the refueling hose of an Air Force C-130 during a routine refueling and crashed. The Marine pilot deliberately crash landed his Osprey in...

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