More issues with the F-22 Raptor

Contributor:  IDGA Editorial Staff
Posted:  07/31/2012  12:00:00 AM EDT
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It seems as if there are even more problems on the horizon for the F-22 program. Much has been made about the Air Force’s recent issues with the fifth-generation fighter’s oxygen system that has caused a number of pilots to complain about shortness of breath and hypoxia-like symptoms.  Nearly 30 pilots have reported these symptoms over the past two years. While the Pentagon is...

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