A group of government and industry experts investigating five physiological episodes between May 2 and June 8 still has not found a specific root cause. The U.S. Air Force F-35s at an Arizona Air Force base will be back in the skies starting June 21 after an 11-day pause, although the service has instated a temporary flight restriction following a spate of hypoxia-like cockpit incidents.
The government and industry team investigating a spate of hypoxia-like cockpit incidents on the Air Force F-35A at Luke AFB in the past few months still has not identified a root cause. The U.S. Air Force is taking steps to rebuild pilots’ confidence the F-35’s oxygen system at an Arizona air force base as the aircraft remains grounded through at least June 20.
Pratt & Whitney is framing its F135 upgrade effort as the first step in a long-term roadmap for fighter propulsion based on adaptive technology. The manufacturer hit a new milestone in its roadmap for upgrading the F135 turbofan that powers the Joint Strike Fighter, and is looking to leverage that success to help secure the next generation of fighter propulsion. The engine maker recently completed key tests of a proposed core upgrade package for the engine, confirming the potential for ...
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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