Monday, December 26, 2016

The USA military needs to cancel anymore Osprey. They are still fallowing out of the sky.

The Osprey has been grounded in Japan. The Bell-Boeing Osprey is completely unreliable to take soldiers into battle. This is the first major accident in Japan, it is not the first major accident. USA Soldiers have died in training missions in this machine.

A U.S. Marine Corps MV-22 Osprey aircraft (click here) ditched off Okinawa on Tuesday night in the first major accident involving the tilt-rotor transport aircraft in Japan.

The five crew members aboard ejected from the aircraft and were rescued by the U.S. military, the Defense Ministry said. They were transported to a U.S. naval hospital to receive treatment for injuries, the U.S. Marine Corps said on Twitter.

The accident of the aircraft, seen by many in Okinawa as accident-prone, came at a time when a showdown between the central and prefectural governments are deepening on the plan to move the operations of U.S. Marine Corps Air Station Futenma within the prefecture....

The USA Marines are often the first land based operation by the military. The Marines need reliable transport, the Bell-Boeing Osprey is not that machine.

December 22, 2016
By Samantha Tatro, Astrid Solorzano and Monica Garske

A U.S. Marine aircraft (click here) made a precautionary emergency landing east of San Diego, near Mount Laguna, on Thursday afternoon, military officials said.

The unplanned landing happened during routine training, shortly before 4 p.m. The helicopter landed 30 miles east of the Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, USMC Miramar Lieutenant Gabriel Adibe said. Cal Fire spokesman Isaac Sanchez said the Osprey landed in an open field in the Cleveland National Forest in the U.S. Forest Service's jurisdiction.

The MV-22 Osprey made it safely to the ground with no reports of injuries, or damage to the helicopter, officials said.

"The aircraft was conducting routine training and the pilots landed the aircraft safely with no injuries to personnel," read a statement from Gabide....

December 2015 crash in Hawaii. Two Marines died. There are more incidents with and without deaths of USA Marines. The Osprey should be cannibalized for parts and new helicopters obtained for the Marine Corp.