For A-10 Pilots, Oxygen Deprivation Is Recurring Problem

Credit: U.S. Air Force/Samuel King, Jr.
U.S. Air Force pilots flying the A-10 Warthog have for years been experiencing intermittent hypoxialike episodes that may indicate a problem with the installation of the aircraft’s oxygen system. The service temporarily grounded 28 A-10s from the 355th Fighter Wing at Davis-Monthan AFB, Arizona, in...

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