NATO intends to use US V-22 Ospreys in upcoming exercises across the alliance, which could lead to increased interest in the aircraft by European countries.
While there have been conversations about European partners purchasing the American-made Bell-Boeing Osprey, there have not been any “strong bites,” said US Air Force Lt. Gen. Brad Webb, commander NATO Special Operations Headquarters.
The US Air Force bases CV-22 Ospreys at RAF Mildenhall in eastern England.
The US Air Force showed off a CV-22 to alliance defense ministers at the NATO summit on Friday. defensenews