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Navy’s Osprey takes inaugural flight during test in Texas by Bell-Boeing

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The Navy’s new Osprey, designed to replace the aging fleet of aircraft that ferry personnel and supplies between the shore and carriers at sea, has taken flight for the first time, Boeing Co. and Bell Textron Inc. announced this week.

The CMV-22B Osprey is the Navy’s version of the tiltrotor aircraft used by the Marine Corps and Air Force. The variant was designed with increased fuel capacity for long-range flights. https://www.stripes.com/news/navy/navy-s-osprey-takes-inaugural-flight-during-test-in-texas-by-bell-boeing-1.615862

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