Last month, a US military plane needed to make a crisis arrival in a far off Norwegian nature save.
As indicated by an insider report from a Norwegian military official, the Osprey directed a "oversaw crisis landing."
Utilizing a boat with a crane, Norway and the US are endeavoring to save the airplane.
As per a Norwegian military authority, a US Flying corps Osprey airplane has been abandoned in a far off nature save in northern Norway for more than a month.
As indicated by Lt. Col. Eivind Byre, a delegate for the Norwegian Flying corps,
the military tiltrotor airplane, which can fly like a prop plane or float like a helicopter,
made a "controlled crisis arriving" on August 12 at the Stongodden nature hold on the island of Senja and has been stuck from that point forward.