NASA Urges USAF To Reject 'Normalization Of Deviance' On F-22 Raptor
NASA officials who conducted an independent analysis of the
F-22 Raptor's life support systems this summer have concluded that the Air
Force's proposed corrective actions to a series of hypoxia-like incidents are
positive and worthwhile improvements to the aircraft, but have warned the
service against continuing to accept a "normalization of deviance" in the
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