F-22 Raptor Pilots Suffer More Apparent Oxygen Problems

Pilots for the F-22 fighter plane have reported several new instances of experiencing "hypoxia-like" symptoms while at the controls of America's most expensive and sophisticated stealth jet, the Air Force said, an apparently rare but potentially deadly oxygen problem that has stumped the military for the last four years. From 2008 to 2011, pilots for the $143 million-a-pop stealth jet reported at least 12 incidents of experiencing the "hypoxia-like" symptoms, prompting the full fleet of F-22s...Full Story
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