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This study's objectives were to determine the influence of age and occupational factors on cardiovascular disease (CVD) incidence among U.S. Navy pilots diagnosed with CVD during a 12.5-year time period (n = 150) and to identify precursory diseases associated with CVD. Results showed a relationship between CVD and age; pilots, on the average, were more than 3 years younger at the time of CVD onset than other officers. No occupational factor was associated with CVD; fighter pilots had the highest rates of acute myocardial infarction and chronic ischemic heart disease. Angina pectoris was observed as a precursory disease of chronic ischemic heart disease, and several behaviorally related disorders (e.g., alcoholism) occurred with hypertension. Subsequent research should include all U.S. military pilots to examine, in a larger population, the influence on CVD of such occupational factors as flight in high-performance aircraft.
“The Chinese are surging assets, including salvage vessels, to the general vicinity,” added another source, who is from the Pentagon and has knowledge of the situation, putting the number of ships at “one or more.”
originally posted by: Oldcarpy2
a reply to: imitator
Where do you get that Biden is giving an F-35 to China from?
Has he interfered with the Navy's attempts to recover it or something?
originally posted by: OccamsRazor04
a reply to: Archivalist
Navy says the leaked images of the F-35 crash into the South China Sea are real
A video and photos of an F-35C Joint Strike Fighter that suffered a “landing mishap” Jan. 24 aboard the aircraft carrier Carl Vinson and then fell into the South China Sea show the jet just before and after its impact with the flight deck.
They don't say why the crash happened.
In November of last year, a British Navy F-35 crashed immediately after leaving the deck of the UK’s new flagship carrier, the HMS Queen Elizabeth. Now, an image has surfaced online of what appears to be that very same F-35 upside down on the deck of a recovery ship after being fished out of the Mediterranean.