USAF T-6 Grounding Has Cost 82 New Pilots So Far

The fleetwide stand-down of the U.S. Air Force’s T-6 Texan II trainers across six operating locations due to a spike in unexplained physiological events has cost the service 82 new pilots and counting, a top official says. The Air Force’s entire T-6 fleet, the service’s primary undergraduate pilot...

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