Author: Marine Times
Categories: In the News
Despite an overall positive safety record, the Osprey has long been viewed on Okinawa as “the world’s most dangerous aircraft” — a reputation that has been exasperated by a recent crash on the island, Sasakawa USA’s Dr. Jeffrey Hornung said in a December 16 article in the Marine Times.
Date: November 30, 2016
In partnership with the Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Center at Stanford University, Sasakawa USA hosted a conference to discuss the challenges, opportunities, and limitations of creating resilient supplies of critical materials, namely rare metals.
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Author: Mainichi Shimbun
Categories: Daily Japan News
The crash of an MV-22 Osprey in Hawaii has caused concern over whether or not the aircraft are safe for deployment in Japan.