BELL-BOEING V-22 OSPREY
Title: Bell-Boeing V-22 Osprey No’s 1 and 2
The Bell-Boeing V-22 Osprey is a multi-mission military tilt-rotor aircraft which combines the VTOL capability of a helicopter with the high transit speed of a conventional aircraft. The prototype first flew in 1989 but the development was protracted and somewhat controversial due to cost increases and several fatal accidents and the type did not enter full-scale service until 2007.
In service with the USAF and the US Marine Corps, the aircraft has now seen extensive service in the Middle East for transportation and medevac operations. It has been exported to Japan and a number of other countries have shown interest.
We offer two titles for the V-22. The first title has preliminary editions of the flight manuals for the initial production version and the definitive USAF version, and the second contains a preliminary flight manual and an interesting handbook for the Marine Corps version. The files have been produced from the original manuals and retain any colour pages.