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Marines Unhappy With Osprey Readiness Rate

by Greg on July 22, 2010

The head of Marine aviation, Lt. Gen. George Trautman, told my colleague Colin Clark that after seven months of flying in Afghanistan that the MV-22 Osprey readiness rate has stalled out at about 70 percent. While recognizing that Afghanistan is a harsh operating environment, Trautman said he expects more out of the Osprey. Check out Colin’s story over at DoD Buzz.

Greg Grant

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