Air Force wants to fly Osprey again, but safety investigations are ongoing

By Vanessa Montalbano / February 15, 2024 at 5:08 PM
DENVER -- The Air Force is eager to get its fleet of CV-22 Ospreys back into the air, but Air Force Special Operations Command officials said the tiltrotor will remain grounded until they are confident in its safety. "I can tell you right now, nothing is more important to me than the safety of our air commandos," AFSOC Commander Lt. Gen. Tony Bauernfeind told reporters during the Air and Space Force Association’s Warfare Symposium here. "And when the time is...

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