[UPDATE: Report states the pilot did not NOT experience a "total G-LOC", but suffered a condition called "almost G-LOC". Basically, the pilot struggled to maintain consciousness trying to recover from high-G maneuver, but realized too late -- at about 5,000ft above the ground -- that recovery was impossible. The pilot ejected 165kts above minimum safe airspeed. The pilot, Lockheed employee David Cooley, was killed by the force of the windblast after ejection.]
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