US Navy selects Osprey for COD
HV-22 looks set to replace C-2 Greyhound
The US Navy looks set to procure V-22 Osprey tiltrotors to replace its C-2A Greyhound carrier on board delivery (COD) aircraft. Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus, Chief of Naval Operations ADM Jonathan Greenert, and Marine Corps Commandant Gen Joseph Dunford have signed a memo for the acquisition.
The Ospreys will be modified to HV-22 configuration for the COD mission.
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