AFSOC has 'appropriate mitigation measures in place' following resumed Osprey flights, commander says

By Michael Marrow / September 7, 2022 at 3:37 PM
Days after Air Force Special Operations Command lifted the pause on flights for the service's Osprey variant known as the CV-22, AFSOC Commander Lt. Gen. Jim Slife said today that sufficient safety measures are in place to fly the aircraft even though the cause of the problem that originally grounded it is yet to be identified. Two incidents in recent months prompted Slife to issue the stand-down order on Aug. 16 that indefinitely grounded the Air Force’s Osprey fleet, Slife...

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