Recognizing and Preventing Slow-Onset Hypoxia

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We of the high-altitude jet set train extensively for the remote possibility that some day our aircraft will suddenly depressurize and exchange our nice, breathable air for the cold and sterile vacuum of what might as well be extraterrestrial space. So, we practice donning our oxygen masks and...
James Albright

James is a retired U.S. Air Force pilot with time in the T-37B, T-38A, KC-135A, EC-135J (Boeing 707), E-4B (Boeing 747) and C-20A/B/C (Gulfstream III…

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