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The U.S. Air Force Special Operations Command has lost its first CV-22 Osprey tiltrotor in a crash in Afghanistan.The cause of the crash is unknown, NATO says.(CV-22 in training exercise. Credit: AFSOC)It is the first operational loss of a Bell-Boeing V-22, although the program was plagued by accidents during its development.Three U.S. service members and a civilian died in the CV-22 crash, which went down seven miles west of Qalat City, in Zabul Province in southern Afghanistan, according to NATO. Others were injured and taken to hospital for treatment.
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