As the chatter level rises on a possible restart of the F-22 Raptor production line, the U.S. Air Force says it is continuing its investigation of pilot-oxygen problems in the fighter’s cockpit. The F-22 regained some altitude earlier this month with recent comments by Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney that restarting the line could be considered. “Nobody should take comments made in the midst of a close election race as ironclad commitments,” says Lexington Institute ...
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