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U.S. Department of Defense reiterated that it will deploy the Osprey fighter in Okinawa

U.S. Department of Defense reiterated that it will deploy the Osprey fighter in Okinawa

BEIJING, July 13, according to Kyodo News, the U.S. Defense Department spokesman, Little, 12, reiterated at a press conference in the need for vertical takeoff and landing transport aircraft MV-22 Osprey’s deployment of Futenma Air Station in Okinawa Prefecture.

He said, including the areas of conflict, the U.S. military around the world are deployed “Osprey”, the models “indispensable for troops.

“Osprey” in front of the Okinawa deployment will first be shipped the Iwakuni base in Yamaguchi Prefecture. Japan Okinawa, Iwakuni and other opposition to the deployment of the voice of the “Osprey” are on the rise. Little advised that the United States “to understand and take into account public opinion.”

Little also has been 4 months later after another two Osprey crashed accident investigation Bulletin of the Japanese. He said the “Osprey” has a very good flight records of aircraft, its use in general very well.

deployment in Okinawa, 12 “Osprey” will be held on the 24th after being shipped to Iwakuni


Source: 12July 2012 (9abc.net)

Photo: The U.S. Marine Corps MV-22 Osprey transport aircraft (Photo by DoD Archive)fecture.

(12.7.2012)


 
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