Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey – US Military Transport Aircraft [Review]


Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey – US Military Transport Aircraft [Review]
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The Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey is an American multi-mission, tiltrotor military aircraft with both vertical takeoff and landing, and short takeoff and landing capabilities. It is designed to combine the functionality of a conventional helicopter with the long-range, high-speed cruise performance of a turboprop aircraft.


Four (pilot, copilot and two flight engineers/crew chiefs)

24 troops (seated), 32 troops (floor loaded), or
9,070 kg of internal cargo, or up to 6,800 kg of external cargo (dual hook)
1× Growler light internally transportable ground vehicle

Length: 17.5 m
Rotor diameter: 11.6 m
Wingspan: 14 m
Width with rotors: 25.8 m
Height: 6.73 m; overall with nacelles vertical (5.5 m; at top of tailfins)
Disc area: 212 m²
Wing area: 28 m²
Empty weight: 15,032 kg
Loaded weight: 21,500 kg

Max. takeoff weight:27,400 kg (self-deploy/long runway)
Maximum rolling takeoff weight: 25,855 kg (STOL)
Maximum vertical takeoff weight: 23,859 kg

2 × Rolls-Royce Allison T406/AE 1107C-Liberty turboshafts, 6,150 hp each

Maximum speed: 509 km/h at sea level / 565 km/h at 4,600 m
Cruise speed: 446 km/h at sea level
Stall speed: 204 km/h in airplane mode
Range:1,627 km
Combat radius:722 km
Ferry range: 3,590 km with auxiliary internal fuel tanks
Service ceiling: 7,620 m
Rate of climb: 11.8 m/s
Glide ratio: 4.5:1
Disc loading: 102.23 kg/m²
Power/mass: 427 W/kg


1× 7.62 mm M240 machine gun or .50 in (12.7 mm) M2 Browning machine gun on ramp, removable
1× 7.62 mm GAU-17 minigun, belly-mounted, retractable, video remote control in the Remote Guardian System

Role: V/STOL military transport aircraft
National origin: United States

Bell Helicopter
Boeing Rotorcraft Systems

First flight: 19 March 1989
Introduction: 13 June 2007
Status: In service

Primary users:
United States Marine Corps
United States Air Force
U.S. Navy (projected)

Produced: 1988–present
Number built: 200+ as of 2014

Program cost:
US$35.6 billion after planned procurement of 408 aircraft

Unit cost:
MV-22: US$72.1 million (flyaway cost for FY2015)

Developed from: Bell XV-15