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  • Osan receives hypoxia familiarization trainer

    The 51st Operations Support Squadron’s Aerospace Physiology Training team opened the first hypoxia familiarization trainer on the Korean Peninsula for military personnel, April 1, 2022.

  • Optimizing the human weapons system

    Imagine trying to maneuver a fighter jet like the F-35A Lightning II through the Alaskan skies while the weight of a full grown grizzly bear presses down on your chest. Crazy as it sounds, it is an accurate representation of the forces Air Force fighter pilots deal with on a daily basis.