Osprey helicopter goes up in smoke… again: US chopper involved in two emergency landings in Japan vanishes behind thick cloud of fumes as workers try to repair it

Dramatic photographs show engineers desperately trying to fix a US Osprey aircraft as smoke billows from the engine.

It has since been revealed the U.S. Marine Corps Osprey is the same one which made an emergency landing at Oita Airport in Japan in August.

The beleaguered aircrafts have been blighted by problems, having been pictured emitting smoke on a number of occasions.

The Osprey belongs to the U.S. Marine Corps Air Station Futenma in Ginowan in Japan’s Okinawa Prefecture.

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