CV-22 Osprey Crashes In Florida
According to a statement issued by the US Air Force's 1st Special Operations Wing Public Affairs office, a CV-22 Osprey, assigned to the 1st Special Operations Wing, crashed at about 6:45 p.m., 13 June 2012, on the Eglin Range, north of Navarre, Florida.
There were five crew aboard during what was described as a routine training mission. All were taken to local area hospitals. Three of the crew were flown and two were transported to emergency care by ambulance.
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