U.S. Marines Suspend MV-22 Flights In Japan After Crash

Credit: MV-22: Rupa Haria
U.S. Marine Forces Japan has suspended Bell-Boeing MV-22 flying operations after one of its assigned tiltrotors, worth about $80 million, crash landed in shallow waters off the coast of Okinawa due to a midair refueling mishap. The MV-22 assigned to Marine Aircraft Group 36, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing...

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