Dozens Of A-10s Grounded Last Year After Hypoxia Reports

Credit: A-10: USAF
The U.S. Air Force temporarily grounded more than two dozen A-10 Warthogs at an Arizona Air Force base late last year after multiple pilots reported hypoxia-like symptoms in flight, Aviation Week has learned. Two pilots experienced physiological episodes (PEs) during flights out of Davis-Monthan AFB...

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