MV-22 suffered hydraulic problem before crash-report

WASHINGTON (BLOOMBERG) -- The December 11 crash of a Textron Inc. and Boeing Co. V-22 Osprey near New River, North Carolina, may have been caused by a hydraulic malfunction, according to preliminary information recovered from the aircraft's flight data recorder, the Marine Corps said Thursday. An initial review of data from the recorder shows the…

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