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Britain is not buying V-22 Osprey aircraft to fly from its new aircraft carriers, the government has confirmed.

“The V-22 Osprey is not part of the resourced plan to deliver the UK Carrier Strike capability,” said junior defence minister Earl Howe. “However, the Ministry of Defence will continue to explore a variety of options to augment the capabilities of the Queen Elizabeth Class carriers in future.”

Lord Howe was responding to written Parliamentary questions from Admiral Lord West, a Labour peer and a retired former head of the Royal Navy.

Many commentators have speculated that V-22s could be bought by the UK to use for “long-range combat search and rescue” or “long-range high-speed delivery of mission essential spares and stores to the Queen Elizabeth class” aircraft carriers. Yesterday’s Parliamentary responses to Lord West will put those rumours to bed.

The Bell Boeing V-22 is a so-called tiltrotor aircraft. Powered by two helicopter-style fans mounted on the ends...(continued)

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