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Pentagon to lift ban on Osprey helicopter flights after fatal crash

  • The Pentagon will lift the ban on Osprey V-22 flights next week, nearly three months post a deadly accident off Kagoshima Prefecture.
  • Naval Air Systems Command will lift the controversial tilt-rotor aircraft grounding to allow plans for its operation after extensive safety checks.
  • Osprey accidents in Japan and Australia are still under investigation, with the U.S. military working to ensure safety before recommencement of flights.
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