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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. 

  • The sky, the limit

    In the U.S. Air Force, aerospace physiologists study how the human body works within the parameters of the aerospace environment. They have always been organized within the medical career field…until now.