A device invented in 2016 to help protect firefighters from asphyxia is about to be planted in the ear cups of helmets worn by some U.S. Air Force pilots as part of an expanding effort to prevent hypoxia and other related dangers in military aircraft cockpits.  A real-time picture of a pilot’s physiological status is the last piece of missing data needed to develop a comprehensive solution to the rash of hypoxia-like symptoms that has plagued multiple combat and trainer ...

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