The Bell Textron- Boeing Navy-specific CMV-22B Osprey completed first flight operations at Bells Amarillo Assembly Center. The United States Navy will use the CMV-22B to replace the C-2A Greyhound for transporting personnel, mail, supplies and high-priority cargo from shore bases to aircraft carriers at sea
Bell Boeing delivered the first modified MV-22 Osprey to the United States Marine Corps (USMC) on Tuesday. The Marines have multiple configurations of the MV-22 aircraft in service
Raytheon debuted a virtual reality version of its portable V-22 trainer on Monday at I/ITSEC, modeling, simulation and training event in Orlando, Florida, USA. Aircraft Functional V-22 Trainer-Virtual Reality system provides hyper-realistic training across all experience levels, including early-career aviation maintenance students and those engaged in continuing education, the company said in a statement
Bell Boeing has won a $218.7 million modification contract to provide logistics and engineering support for the V-22 platform
Bell-Boeing is awarded a contract valued $68.2 million that involves testing, providing engineering and logistics support to Japans MV-22B Osprey aircraft and corresponding training device
Bell Boeing is awarded $366.6 million modification contract for the production and delivery of three CMV-22B variations in aircraft for the Navy and two MV-22B variations in quantity aircraft for the Marine Corps
Elbit Systems has won $7.2 million modification contract to provide 120 Slim Multi-Function Displays to support government furnished equipment requirements for V-22 production aircraft
Bell Boeing has won $4.1 billion modification to convert the previously awarded V-22 tiltrotor aircraft advance acquisition contract to a fixed-price-incentive-fee multiyear contract
US Marines commander of Japan-based Osprey squadron has been sacked ‘due to loss of trust following a series of accidents involving the rotorcraft in the past few months. Bryan Swenson was relieved of his duties last week, “due to loss of trust and confidence in his ability to lead the command,” III Marine Expeditionary Force was quoted as saying in a statement to AFP on Friday
The US Marine Corps V-22 Osprey helicopter is undergoing modifications at Boeings Philadelphia facility that will improve readiness and reliability of the fleet of tiltrotor aircraft. Last week, the first MV-22 to be modified arrived at Boeings Philadelphia facility where majority of the work will be completed
Bell-Boeing JPO has won $35 million for software and hardware upgrades in support of 28 flight training devices of V-22 helicopters. This order procures software and hardware upgrades for 28 flight training devices necessary to integrate aircraft software version B 6-01/C 4
Bell-Boeing has won $20.6 million to provide fleet software support for the US Navys V-22 Osprey aircraft flight control system
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