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Beginning of End for Navy's C-2 Greyhound
« on: August 04, 2016, 06:25:51 AM »

Beginning of End for Navy's C-2 Greyhound
The San Diego Union-Tribune | Aug 03, 2016 | by Jeanette Steele

ABOARD THE AIRCRAFT CARRIER CARL VINSON -- The end of an era in naval aviation is starting this summer.

Three MV-22 Ospreys -- the Marine Corps airplane that lands like a helicopter -- are operating from the aircraft carrier Carl Vinson roughly 100 miles off the San Diego coast.

The point is to prove that the Osprey can do the job of delivering supplies and people to Navy flattops.
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