The C-2 Greyhound Replacement is Coming

One of the oldest aircraft employed by the United States Navy on its aircraft carriers will soon be bidding us farewell.The turbopropped, decked C-2A Greyhound, produced by Northrop Grumman in the 1960s, will be replaced by the CMV-22B, which will enter service in 2024.In today’s video, we are going to cover the technical features and advantages the CMV-22B has over its predecessor.

 

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