U.S. Navy Fields F-18 Breathing System Improvements

Credit: F-18: USMC

PATUXENT RIVER, Maryland – The U.S. Navy has begun fielding two major improvements for F-18 breathing systems that service officials say are making a difference for air crews and helping cut down on hypoxia or similar episodes. The improvements are a new molecular sieve and a catalyst scrubber to...

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