U.S. Navy Denies Increase In F-18 Cockpit Breathing Issues
In the wake of recent pilot breathing problems in the U.S. Air Force’s F-22 Raptor cockpits, the U.S. Navy says there are no spikes in similar issues with its F-18 aircraft, even though an Air Force report cites such incidents. “The F-18 has experienced a significant number of hypoxia-like events...
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