T-6 Flights Set To Resume As Hypoxia-Like Events Stump Investigators

Credit: T-6: USAF
The U.S. Air Force planned to resume T-6 Texan II trainer flying operations at Vance AFB, Oklahoma, on Dec. 5, even though investigators have not determined a specific root cause for the physiological events that triggered the grounding. The four cockpit episodes that occurred between Nov. 1 and Nov...

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