Pentagon to lift grounding order on V-22 Osprey, 3 months after deadly crash

ByAnne Flaherty ABCNews logo
Saturday, March 2, 2024

The Pentagon is expected to lift its flight ban on V-22 Osprey as early as next week, clearing the way for the services to fly the tilt-rotor aircraft once again after nearly three months after it was grounded.

The decision was briefed to Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin on Friday, a U.S. official confirmed to ABC News.

The Associated Press first reported the decision.

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