V-22 Passes 700,000 Operating Hours Mark


V-22 hits new frequent flyer status, exceeding 700,000 flight hours!

Throughout the year, the V-22 Osprey, across the Navy, Marines and AirForce, has been a force multiplier, completing complex global missions, training events and at-sea deployments.

With decades of life remaining on the platform, it won’t be long until the Osprey reaches the ultimate frequent flyer milestone of a million flight hours, an event possible because of the entire V-22 community.

This includes our own V-22 Joint Program Office (PMA-275) workforce, proving the end-to-end support required to operate and maintain the largest tiltrotor community in the world.

Featured Photo: The Norwegian landscape provides an opportune environment for flight operations during Exercise Trident Juncture 18, Oct. 28, 2018.


Photo by Lance Cpl. Camila Melendez

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