Newly Released — Marine Corps Mishap.
In a recent digest just over two weeks ago, ‘Marine Mishap…’, we stated that the Marine Corps seems to be having a spate of unfortunate mishaps over a few weeks’ span. Now, just over two weeks later, we have another digest detailing a much older mishap with the Marine Corps and their aircraft, the V-22 Osprey. In this week’s digest, we share some stories on this specific mishap to help shed some light on what might have happened. This is an old incident, yet, the release of its details comes at a very interesting time. As always, our hearts go out to the friends and families of our fellow aviators who were lost in the line of duty.
Triple-Fatal Crash of V-22 Osprey
According to the Youtube channel What You Haven’t Seen , “None of the videos you are about to see have even been shown publicly. As with everything here, pretty much.”
By What You Haven’t Seen
Watch: Dramatic footage shows moment US Osprey helicopter crashes into aircraft carrier
Dramatic footage has been released of a 2017 MV-22 Osprey helicopter crash into the side of a US warship, killing three Marines who were on board. The clip shows the helicopter attempting to make a landing on board the USS Green Bay during a training exercise in Queensland, Australia.
By Marcus Parekh | The Telegraph
Harrowing Video Of Deadly 2017 MV-22 Osprey Crash Emerges
A video has been posted online of the crash of an MV-22 Osprey from Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 265 that was trying to land on USS Green Bay (LPD-20) while the ship was operating near Queensland, Australia on August 5th, 2017. To our knowledge, this video has not been seen publicly before. The scene it depicts is a terrifying one.
By Tyler Rogoway | The Drive
Footage shows tragic moment helicopter crashes into US warship and kills three marines
Horrific footage has emerged of the moment an MV-22 Osprey helicopter crashed over the side of a US warship, killing three marines. In the clip, shared online on Saturday by the US Marine Corps, the military aircraft is seen trying to land on the deck of the US Green Bay, off the coast of Queensland, Australia, on August 5, 2017.
By Kirsty Card | Daily Star
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