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01:15:15 AM Apr 20th 2012

"Furthermore, as per defined in the constitution, the air force and navy can only fly aircrafts. The army can only fly helicopters. But the marines can fly both. When the osprey came out, there a conumdrum... because it was a helo/aircraft hybrid, which neither the air force, navy nor army could fly.. but the marines could­. And the other services are jealous to no end. So they try to discredit the aircraft. "

I'm positive that the U.S. Constitution says nothing about which service can fly what, as in 1787 when it was written, there were no flying machines. And there have been no amendments since then adding that in, either.
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