A special operations aircraft of the US Air Force is stranded.
Last month, a US military plane had to make an emergency landing in a remote Norwegian nature reserve.
According to an insider report from a Norwegian military officer, the Osprey conducted a "managed emergency landing."
Using a boat with a crane, Norway and the US are attempting to save the aircraft.
According to a Norwegian military official, a US Air Force Osprey
aircraft has been stranded in a remote nature reserve in northern Norway for over a month.
According to Lt. Col. Eivind Byre, a representative for the Norwegian Air Force, the military tiltrotor aircraft,
which can fly like a prop plane or hover like a helicopter,
made a "controlled emergency landing” on August 12 at the
Stongodden nature reserve on the island of Senja and has been stuck ever since.