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Military Planes / F-22 #1021158

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, May 02, 2012
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(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Report introduced.

(Studio: Brian Ross) ABC News exclusive investigation into problems with the F-22 fighter jet's oxygen system examined; flight scenes shown of the plane built to fight an advanced Soviet plane that does not exist. [Senator John McCAIN - calls it a failure.] [Air Combat Command commander Gen. Mike HOSTAGE†- comments on the oxygen problem.] The incident in which a pilot died in a crash due to lack of oxygen noted. [Sister of Capt. Jeff Haney, Jennifer HANEY†- says Jeff gave his life.] [Former pilot retired Col. Stephen GANYARD - comments.] [US Air Force chief of staff Gen. Norton SCHWARTZ†- praises the fighter plane.] The criticism of the plane as a turkey and a lemon noted.

Sawyer, Diane;
Ross, Brian

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