USAF Hopes To Lift T-6 Grounding, But Toxic Air Still A Problem
ORLANDO —The U.S. Air Force hopes to get its T-6 Texan II trainers back in the skies by Feb. 26 with some interim measures in place to ensure pilots are not breathing potentially toxic air during flight, as engineers continue investigating what is wrong with the aircraft’s oxygen system. There is...
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