F-35As Still Grounded At Luke AFB After Hypoxia Reports

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U.S. Air Force F-35As at Luke AFB, Arizona, are still temporarily grounded as a government-industry team works to find the root cause of five incidents of hypoxia-like symptoms on the new fighter in the last month. “The 56th Fighter Wing will continue their pause in local F-35A flying to coordinate...

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