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US Military's Ospreys are cleared to return to flight | The Asahi Shimbun: Breaking News, Japan News and Analysis » WASHINGTON--The Osprey, a workhorse aircraft vital to U.S. military missions, has been approved to return to flight after an “unprecedented” part failure led to the deaths of eight service members in a crash in Japan in November, Naval Air Systems Command announced Friday. Asahi.com

Military's Ospreys are cleared to return to flight, 3 months after latest fatal crash in Japan » Japan says it'll join the U.S. military in returning its Ospreys to flight following the deaths of eight U.S. service members in a crash there in November. Pbs.org

Nova Group, Inc. on LinkedIn: We're all smiles in Darwin as our Nova Nacap Joint Venture crew nears… » We're all smiles in Darwin as our Nova Nacap Joint Venture crew nears completion. Learn more about our project to support United States Air Force missions at… Linkedin.com

Military's Ospreys Are Cleared to Return to Flight » Mar 8, 2024… Before lifting the flight restrictions the military also briefed officials in Japan, where public opinion on the Osprey is mixed, on the crash … Designdevelopmenttoday.com

Military's Ospreys Are Cleared to Return to Flight, 3 Months After Latest Fatal Crash in Japan » Japan says it'll join the U.S. military in returning its Ospreys to flight following the deaths of eight U.S. service members in a crash there in November Usnews.com

U.S. Military Aircraft Crashes in Japanese Waters With Eight Aboard » One person was confirmed dead, and ships and aircraft were searching for the others. Debris from the plane was sighted near the crash site. Wsj.com

Bell-Boeing Clinches a Contract to Support V-22 Osprey Aircraft » Bell-Boeing, a joint venture between Boeing (BA) and Textron's (TXT) Bell unit, is set to provide recurring engineering for completing software upgrades to support the V-22 aircraft program. Finance.yahoo.com

Ospreys cleared to return to flight months after crash that claimed life of Mass. service member » The Osprey, a workhorse aircraft vital to U.S. military missions, has been approved to return to flight after an “unprecedented” part failure led to the deaths of eight service members, including a Massachusetts native. Boston25news.com

Military's Ospreys are cleared to return to flight, 3 months after latest fatal crash in Japan » WASHINGTON (AP) — The Osprey, a workhorse aircraft vital to US military missions, has been approved to return to flight after an “unprecedented” part failure led to the deaths of eight service members in a crash in Japan in November, Naval Air Systems Command announced Friday. The crash was the second fatal accident in months and the fourth in two years. It quickly led to a rare fleet-wide grounding… M.koreaherald.com

Three U.S. Marines Dead in Military Aircraft Crash in Australia » Five other Marines have been transported to hospital in Darwin in a serious condition. Wsj.com

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