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Despite "mild cognitive impairment", "spatial disorientation" Risks to Pilots...

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By B.N. Frank

Decades of research has revealed that exposure to various sources of electromagnetic fields (aka "Electrosmog") – including 5G – is biologically harmful.  Some American legislators and the U.S. military (see 1, 2, 3) are already aware of how exposure is affecting pilots and seem to be taking action to protect them (though not necessarily the rest of us).  Additionally, in July 2022, Professional Pilot Magazine published an article about how pilots and of course, everybody else, are being affected by exposure to 5G and other EMFs.  Apparently Lockheed Martin didn't get the memo.

From RCR Wireless:

AT&T, Lockheed Martin demo high-speed data transfer using private 5G

By Catherine Sbeglia Nin

The pair transferred Black Hawk data to the 5G.MIL pilot network using AT&T's 5G private network

AT&T partnered with Lockheed Martin to test helicopter data transfer at the aerospace and defense company's headquarters in Stratford, Connecticut. The companies transferred data from a Sikorsky UH-60M Black Hawk helicopter to Lockheed's 5G.MIL pilot network using AT&T's 5G private network.

The idea behind the 5G.MIL solutions, which integrate military communications with tactical gateway capabilities (".MIL") and 5G technology, is to deliver "prompt and decisive action on the battlefield," according to the company.

In the demo, the pair said that they were able to securely and quickly transfer data stored in the Integrated Vehicle Health Management System (IVHMS) cartridge on the Black Hawk helicopter to Waterton, Colorado, for real-time analysis.

The IVHMS cartridge uses hundreds of on-board sensors to monitor, diagnose and evaluates detailed aircraft-generated data as a result of flight maneuvers. It also captures aircraft limit exceedances on airframe and dynamic components and monitors temperature and vibration of key components on the aircraft. Once captured, this data is assessed to ensure the aircraft is safe, reliable and ready to fly.