A federal jury yesterday rejected the claims brought by families of two Boeing employees who died in the July 1992 crash of a then-experimental V-22 Osprey — an innovative aircraft with tilting rotors that takes off and lands like a helicopter, but flies like a plane.

Two other families had settled their claims during jury selection on confidential terms.

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