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V-22 Osprey Boeing-Bell in Amarillo, TX

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  • V-22 Osprey Boeing-Bell in Amarillo, TX

    During a recent motor trip through northwest Texas, I attempted arrangements to visit the V-22 assembly plant in Amarillo, TX. Was informed during my telcon with the senior Marine at the plant - "Sorry, no visitors, Active Duty, Official Buiness Only!"

    A real great way to promote the Marine Corps newest top secret flying machine.


    G. Larry Larkin
    Major USMC (Retired)

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    Not Sure it's a Secret

    Apparently Larry, the only thing TS about the Osprey is all the engine problems their having and not reporting to the public.
    Not sure compressor stall was kept a secret. Below link to Dallas News article dated 11 July.