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Bell V-22 Osprey (16-8350) - A pair of USMC VMM-163 Ospreys are moments away from taxiing off the Atlantic Aviation apron.
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Bell V-22 Osprey (16-8350)

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A pair of USMC VMM-163 Ospreys are moments away from taxiing off the Atlantic Aviation apron.

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Gary SchenauerPhoto Uploader
No matter how many times I take pics of Ospreys, it never gets old. They are always awesome to see and to capture.
Darryl Sarno
I don't see these too often in BOS so thank you for sharing this one!
adelma
Excellent! What a 'plane/copter'! See these a lot around Camp Pendleton.
firewatch209
I was involved in the Bell 609 prototype at NASA AMES mid 80's-90's, so complex we always wondered how in the world military would maintain such a complex ship. But they seems to have become astute at it. Been a good platform for the Marines as far as I can tell. Don't know the maint. man hours verses flight.
Greg Byington
Nice pic, Gary!
Terry Wright
I read somewhere that they are worse to fly in than a Chinook, does anyone have any experience of that?
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