altitude chamber

Airman 1st Class Reynato Ancheta demonstrates to Staff Sgt. Pedro Jimenez how to connect the mask breathing unit into the altitude chamber's oxygen supply Aug. 28, 2007, Kadena Air Base, Japan. The mission of the altitude chamber is to teach military personnel who fly in aircraft, to identify, recognize and treat symptoms of hypoxia. Airman Ancheta is an instructor for the Physiological Training Flight, 18th Aerospace Medicine Squadron. Sergeant Jimenez is assigned to 36th Wing Public Affairs . U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Kelly Timney

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