Following physiological episodes, 65 percent of the Navy's T-45C fleet allowed to fly

By Lee Hudson / October 5, 2017 at 9:30 AM
The Navy is permitting the 65 percent of its T-45C Goshawk training aircraft outfitted with a new temperature and oxygen pressure system to fly, following a number of physiological episodes, according to a service official. Rear Adm. (sel.) Sara “Clutch” Joyner, physiological episode action team lead, told reporters today the service plans to outfit the remaining T-45s with a new oxygen measuring device, the CRU-123. It is a digital upgrade to the current CRU-99. “What the CRU-123 does for us...

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