Aircrew Safety and Survivability (Limited to Combat Aircraft).
ADVISORY GROUP FOR AEROSPACE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT NEUILLY-SUR-SEINE (FRANCE)
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Contents Part I Cold Protection Prediction of Immersion Hypothermia in Men Wearing Anti-Exposure Suits andor using Life Rafts, Radio-Temperature Transducers for Measurement of Thermal Stress in Cold Water Immersion Suit Research and Development, Laboratory Studies on Cooling in Single Seat Dinghies, Central Rewarming Technique in the Treatment of Profound Accidental Hypothermia, Principles of Teaching Winter Survival to Aircrew, Immersion Survival - the Key Factors. Part II - Accident Analysis. Ejection Emergency Survival after Ejection 1968-1979, Selected Aeromedical Factors in U.S. Navy Combat-Type Aircraft Mishaps, Seat Pack for Fighter Aircraft Operating on the NATO Northern Flank, Neurotraumatological Aspects in Ejected Pilots, Traumatic Lesions of the Cervical Spine 1971-1979 - Incidence-Severity and Classification. Part III Survivability Equipment. Human Performance During Difficult Missions An Option for Enhanced Aircrew Survivability, A Survival Avionics System for the 1980s.
- Protective Equipment
- Escape, Rescue and Survival