Navy receives first four CMV-22s

By Aidan Quigley / October 21, 2020 at 8:00 AM
The Navy has received its first four CMV-22s, the new tiltrotor which will deliver cargo to aircraft carriers and replace the legacy C-2A Greyhound. Liz Mildenstein, the spokeswoman for the program, told Inside Defense that four aircraft have been delivered: two to Air Test and Evaluation Squadron HX-21 for developmental testing and two to Fleet Logistics Multi-Mission Squadron 30. Bell-Boeing is building the aircraft. The Navy is procuring 48 CMV-22s, with 42 currently on contract. The service received the...

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