U.S. Navy Probing T-45 Hypoxia Incidents

U.S. Navy trainees are experiencing symptoms of hypoxia while learning to fly the T-45 Goshawk, which prompted to service to ground the aircraft on April 5 to look for the cause. Instructor pilots reported “physiological episodes in the cockpit” caused by contamination in the on-board oxygen...

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