Keesler AFB team solves riddle of illness aboard C-130s

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Unread post11 Apr 2015, 04:57

Mystery solved: Keesler Air Force Base team solves riddle of illness aboard C-130s
09 Apr 2015 WESLEY MULLER

"BILOXI -- For years, a strange problem with the U.S. Air Force's C-130 aircraft had pilots and crews reporting sickness, discomfort and, in some cases, excruciating pain after routine flight missions. The phenomenon remained a mystery until February, when a handful of reservists at Keesler Air Force Base took the initiative to solve the mystery. They made a tiny discovery that's affecting airplanes worldwide.

The problem was with the pressurization system on the C-130 Hercules -- the longest-produced and perhaps most-popular aircraft in military history...."

Source: http://www.sunherald.com/2015/04/09/616 ... irmen.html
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Unread post11 Jun 2015, 23:13

OK it was the Air Condition/Pressurization system. Please share with us the specific problem.
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