One-Star Tapped To Solve USAF’s Hypoxia Headache

The U.S. Air Force has stood up a team to investigate the unexplained physiological episodes happening across the service’s fighter aircraft after reports of hypoxia forced the service to ground portions of the A-10 Warthog, F-35A and T-6 Texan II trainer fleets last year. Brig. Gen. Bobbi Doorenbos...

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