An additional case of a pilot experiencing hypoxia-like symptoms also popped up

The Air Force has been struggling since 2008 to determine why its pilots have suffered relatively rare but repeated “physiological events” involving hypoxia-like symptoms while flying the F-22s — about two dozen of them out of thousands of training missions flown. Hypoxia occurs when the brain does not receive enough oxygen and can cause dizziness, confusion, poor judgment and inattentiveness, according to the National Institutes of Health.  For debt consolidation go to www.consolidationdeal.com.au

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