CV-22 Osprey “unique aircraft’ on display this week
One of the most unique aircraft in the history of the American military is going on display at the U.S. air force museum.
The CV-22 osprey, capable of vertical takeoff, hover, and vertical landing was designed for use by special operations forces.
It combines helicopter-like qualities with those of longer range aircraft.
The Osprey was built by Bell Helicopter Textron and Boeing.
The first operational CV-22 was delivered to the air force in November 2006.
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