U.S. Navy Orders Review Of T-45, F/A-18 Oxygen Problems

Credit: Mass. Comm. Spc. Seaman Brian Read Castillo/U.S. Navy
WASHINGTON—The U.S. Navy has directed a comprehensive review of "physiological episodes" occurring in T-45s and F/A-18s as reports emerged last week of yet another hypoxia-related incident. In a memorandum dated April 21 , Vice Chief of Naval Operations Adam. Bill Moran directed Adm. Scott Swift...

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