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You Had Me at Low Levels: CV-22 Osprey Shows Us What It Can Do

The Air Force version of the CV-22 Osprey has been in service since September of 2000.  During that time it has performed many rescue and special forces missions.

The tilt-rotor aircraft are based at Hurlburt Field, Cannon AFB, and RAF Mildenhall in England for the Air Force.  The Marines also have a fleet of V-22 Ospreys.

This video beautifully demonstrates the varied missions that the CV-22 can accomplish.  You’ll see a low level, close air support, rescue operations, refueling, and landing on a ship.


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