Frozen F/A-18 Valve Is Latest Clue In U.S. Navy’s Hypoxia Mystery

Credit: Lucas Silva/U.S. Navy

After months of investigation into a surge in hypoxia-like incidents that have left pilots across the F/A-18 Hornet and T-45 Goshawk fleets disoriented and short of breath, the U.S. Navy is for the first time linking a specific component failure to the cockpit events. In F/A-18 Super Hornet and EA...

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