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Bell V-22 Osprey (14-0072) - A V22 Osprey from the USAF mid-transition from helicopter to airplane.
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Bell V-22 Osprey (14-0072)


A V22 Osprey from the USAF mid-transition from helicopter to airplane.


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Great shot!
Beautiful catch!!
jacob walterPhoto Uploader
Thank you guys
Michael Hicks
What a fascinating plane! We've seen them land and take off at Ocracoke Island on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. I wonder if the safety is improving on them...?
Michael Gamble
Super! The perfect shot.
The USAF V22 Osprey in full transition.
Timothy Anderson
I wonder what the procedure is for that thing if you lose an engine.
ken kemper
Beautiful Photo Jacob.....

I probably was standing right next to you.
Either engine can drive both prop/rotors!
Alan Hume
Interesting "piece" on the rear ramp!
jacob walterPhoto Uploader
@ken kemper
Yes that is very possible
Robert Cowling
I am amazed that it's still a legal flying machine. It killed how many people in its career? At the time, reportedly, no service wanted it, but the politician, who's state had the biggest contract for its manufacture rammed it through in the Pentagon budget.

I love the smell of lobbyist money in the morning?
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