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Air Force knows what failed in fatal Osprey crash — but not why » NBC News reported Monday that the crash was linked to chipping from the Osprey’s proprotor gearbox.

U.S. military grounds all Osprey aircraft after fatal Japan crash » The Air Force said a preliminary investigation suggested that the crash, which killed eight U.S. airmen, might have been caused by a problem with the aircraft.

Air Force Confirms Parts Failure Occurred in Deadly Japan Osprey Crash that Left 8 Airmen Dead » The Air Force said Tuesday that investigators have determined a parts failure occurred during an Osprey crash in Japan in November that killed all eight airmen on board, but the root cause of the crash is still unknown.

Air Force identifies the 8 U.S. crew lost in Osprey crash in Japan » The crew ranged in ages from 24 to 36 years old and came from eight states, including California, Florida, Georgia, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New York, Ohio and Utah.

Pentagon believes it has identified problem behind Osprey crash that killed 8 Air Force crew members » The Air Force investigation is continuing into the Nov. 29 Air Force special operations command CV-22 crash, which killed eight service members.

Body of airman killed in Osprey crash in Japan returning home » Air Force Staff Sgt. Jake Galliher was one of eight service members killed in the CV-22 Osprey aircraft crash off the coast of Japan on Nov. 29.

U.S. continues to fly Osprey aircraft in Japan for now -Pentagon » The United States is continuing to operate its military Osprey flights for now, the Pentagon said on Thursday, even as Japan said it had asked the U.S. to suspend all non-emergency V-22 Osprey flights over its territory after one fell into the sea on Wednesday in western Japan.

Pentagon to lift ban on V-22 Osprey flights, 3 months after fatal crash in Japan » The decision follows a high-level meeting where Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin endorsed the military services' plans for a safe and measured return to operations.


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