U.S. Navy Further Limits T-45 Flying To 5,000 ft.

Credit: U.S. Navy
The U.S. Navy has further restricted flying in the Boeing T-45C Goshawk to 5,000 ft. maximum altitude and 2-g maneuvers after one instructor pilot reported headaches after performing dynamic flying in the troubled tandem-seat trainer. The new flight restrictions come less than a week after the T-45C...

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