Stumped By Hypoxia, U.S. Navy Looks To T-45 Engine

Credit: T-45: U.S. Navy
In the search for the root cause of a recent spike in hypoxia-like cockpit incidents that leave student pilots disoriented and short of breath, the U.S. Navy is beginning to look more closely at the quality of the air that comes off the T-45 Goshawk’s engine and feeds into the oxygen generator...

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