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Bell-Boeing suspend the flight tests of V-22 Osprey
Washington, USA - Because of a faulty computer chip
The Marine Corps has temporarily grounded the V-22 Osprey fleet because of a faulty computer chip. The tilt-rotor aircraft can take off and fly like a helicopter or a plane. The faulty computer chip was found during preflight testing at the Bell-Boeing facility in Amarillo, Texas. Officials say the faulty chip was part of a circuit that enables three flight control computers to provide backup control...
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