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T-45A UJPT, E2-C2, ADV, & IUT Seat-01
Aeromedical Aspects of Emergency Egress (NACES)
F.
Ideal body position
Sg 4, fr 8
Ideal Body Position
1.
Chin elevated 10 degrees - look up at the
“stand-by” or “wet” compass
* Chin elevated 10 degrees -
look up at the “stand-by” or
“wet” compass
2.
Head pressed firmly against headrest - try
to press the back of your head through the
* Head pressed firmly against
headrest
headrest - try to press the
back of your head through the
headrest
3.
Shoulders and back pressed against the
seat
* Shoulders and back pressed
against the seat
4.
Buttocks and lower back pressed against
* Buttocks and lower back
the seat (proper preflight and cinching of
pressed against the seat
(proper preflight and cinching
the lower Koch fittings will make this easy)
of lower Koch fittings will make
this easy)
5.
Thighs pressed firmly against the seat pan
and knees pressed outboard against seat
bucket
Sg 4, fr 9
Ideal Body Position
6.
Feet extended to the rudder pedals and
(cont.)
heels on the deck
* Thighs pressed firmly against
the seat pan and knees
NOTE: Getting into the proper body
pressed outboard against the
position should be mentally rehearsed like
seat bucket
“popping” to attention.
* Feet extended to the rudder
pedals and heels on the deck
Sg 4, fr 10
IDEAL BODY POSITION
(9-99) Original
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