USAF Still Not Sure Why T-6 Pilots Can’t Breathe

Credit: T-6: USAF
The U.S. Air Force’s T-6 Texan II trainers are beginning to fly again after a series of hypoxia-like cockpit events caused the service to temporarily ground the fleet, but a team of investigators still has not found the root cause of the incidents. The Air Force is on track to return 275 T-6s to the...

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