U.S. Air Force Still Has No Idea Why T-6 Pilots Are Getting Sick

Credit: U.S. Air Force
It has been more than two months since the U.S. Air Force’s T-6 Texan II fleet resumed flying operations after a February stand-down that halted all pilot-training flights for almost four weeks, but aircrew are still reporting dangerous, unexplained physiological episodes (UPE) in the cockpit. And...

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