F-22 Pilot's Death May Offer Clues In Hypoxia Mystery

Credit: F-22: USAF
Capt. Jeff Haney was flying over Alaska in late 2010 when an engine bleed-air malfunction on his F-22 Raptor caused the control system to shut off oxygen flow to his mask. For the next 30 sec., Haney struggled to activate his emergency backup oxygen supply, seeming not to notice as his aircraft...

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