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T-45A UJPT, E2-C2, ADV, & IUT Seat-01
Aeromedical Aspects of Emergency Egress (NACES)
G.
Injury
Sg 4, fr 11, p 1
1.
The majority of injury comes from improper
hand/arm position (i.e., not holding elbows
against the sides of the body; not hooking
thumbs inside ejection handle or upper
Kochs)
2.
Body position and equipment problems are
IDEAL BODY POSITION
other contributing factors for spinal damage
and facial trauma
Sg 4, fr 11, p 2
3.
Post ejection problems (impact with trees,
hard PLF’s due to operator error with
steering system, and low altitude ejection)
are also causes of injury
NOT IDEAL BODY POSITION
Sg 4, fr 12
Body Position
Post Ejection
Flail Injury
INJURY
(9-99) Original
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