USAF Deciphers ‘Mosaic’ Of F-22 Oxygen Supply Problems

THE PENTAGON — There is no single “smoking gun” that caused breathing trouble for F-22 Raptor pilots, but rather a “mosaic” of interrelated cockpit equipment issues that led to a chain reaction of glitches resulting in symptoms similar to hypoxia, says Maj. Gen. Charlie Lyon, Air Combat Command’s...

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