Air Force fighter pilots report more F-22 oxygen troubles
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Air Force fighter pilots report more F-22 oxygen troubles

Anchorage : AK : USA | Jul 11, 2012 at 9:09 AM PDT
Source: Anchorage Daily News
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F-22 pilots have reported dozens of incidents in which the jet's systems weren't feeding them a proper amount of oxygen, causing hypoxia-like symptoms in the air. Hypoxia is a condition that can cause nausea, headaches, fatigue or even blackouts...Warner, D-Va., held a teleconference with reporters,... FULL ARTICLE AT Anchorage Daily News
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