F-22

Hypoxia on F-22

Wednesday, May 16, 2012
By George Hatcher

F-22 pilots disoriented from lack of oxygen Pilots are concerned about developing cases of hypoxia, symptoms such as nausea and blackouts resulting from a lack of oxygen while flying the F-22. Last year, this very concern grounded the F-22 last year for five months. They returned to service when the Air force did not... »

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