People in Japan believe that the aircraft is not safe, pointing to recent Osprey crashes in both Florida and Morocco. As AP points out, the U.S. military contends that the aircraft has solid safety records…
This fake news report (an intentional fake, not a proper one) is notable for two things: use of farm animals in a naval situation, and maybe the best impersonation of a BBC newsreader I've heard in my life.
ArmA2 is a very serious military simulation that likes to kill people without warning and make them travel insane distances to do it. Which only makes this all the more awesome.