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T-45A UJPT, E2-C2, ADV, & IUT Seat-01
Aeromedical Aspects of Emergency Egress (NACES)
VI. Factors in delayed ejection 1.8.1.10.3.7
Sg 6, fr 1
AEROMEDICAL ASPECTS OF
A.
Delay in committing to a course of action/failure
EMERGENCY EGRESS
to make a timely decision
* Preflight safety checks
1.
Loss of situational awareness
* Leg restraint line utilization
* Seat performance
a.
Unaware of or misperception of terrain
* Ejection injuries
features
* Seat operation
b.
Unrecognized spatial disorientation
* Factors in delayed ejection
* Ejection sequence
c.
Temporal distortions
* Parachute descent procedures
2.
Lack of crew coordination
* Emergency ground egress
* NACES LRU-23/P Life Raft
a.
ICS failure
* SAR procedures
b.
Copilot syndrome
Sg 6, fr 2
c.
Ambiguous brief
3.
Ego
a.
“Mechanic in the sky”
b.
Fear of stigma
c.
Fear of being grounded
FACTORS IN DELAYED EJECTION
4.
Gaining altitude
5.
Avoiding populated areas
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