30 Jun '17, 7pm

Naval Air Station students to resume T-45 Goshawk flights this summer:

MERIDIAN, Miss. — Students at a Mississippi Naval Air Station will resume flying the T-45 Goshawk by the end of summer after nearly three months of investigation into problems with oxygen system. The Meridian Star reports Navy officials suspended all flights in early April and have since limited flights to instructor pilots following physiological episodes stemming from contaminants on the On Board Oxygen Generating System. Vice Admiral Mike Shoemaker says the Navy still doesn't have a technical solution or understanding of the contaminants, but engineers have circumnavigated the problems and flights will resume with improved monitoring and sensors. Students and instructor pilots will use modified masks. Shoemaker says students will resume flights by the end of July and the station will return to normal production by September or early October. Information from: The Meridi...

Full article: https://www.navytimes.com/articles/naval-air-station-stud...

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