The Osprey didn't initially have an Engine Air Particle Separator to keep sand out of the engine. So they had to limit the amount of time it can
spend in brownout conditions. The sand gets into the engine and the temperature of the engine turns it into glass, and it sticks to the engine
causing a power loss.
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