Luke AFB Pauses F-35A Flying After Reports Of Hypoxia

Credit: USAF
Lockheed Martin F-35A flying operations at Luke AFB, Arizona, have been suspended at least until Monday, June 12, after five student and instructor pilots reported hypoxia-like symptoms in the past month. The temporary suspension of flying operations at the primary multinational F-35 training base...

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