F-22 pilots who voiced concerns about Raptor want to fly again
The two Virginia-based Raptor pilots who aired concerns about the F-22 on national television want to resume flying, a move that may help the investigation of a mysterious oxygen-supply problem, their attorney said Tuesday.Read more
#1 May 9, 2012
They have every right to speak out on such a dangerous problem.
But it's the same in the military no matter what branch it is. You speak up about things that are wrong and get reprimanded for it.
The stories I could write about while in the army..........
#2 May 9, 2012
Easy for us out of the loop to leap to conclusions.
Bottom line; this issue is real and must be fixed.
It will be.
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