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T-45A UJPT, E2-C2, ADV, & IUT Seat-01
Aeromedical Aspects of Emergency Egress (NACES)
5.
Parachute damage
Sg 8, fr 12
Parachute Damage
a.
Torn panels
* Torn panels
(1) Caused by high speed opening
shock or line overs
- Caused by high speed
opening shock or line overs
(2) No corrective action
- No corrective action
(3) Prepare for hard landing
- Prepare for hard landing
* Broken suspension lines
b.
Broken suspension lines
- Variety of causes
(1) Variety of causes
- No corrective action
(2) No corrective action
- Prepare for hard landing
(3) Prepare for hard landing
6.
Parachute landing fall (PLF)
Sg 8, fr 13
Parachute Landing Fall
a.
Knees bent
(PLF)
b.
Feet together
* Knees bent
c.
Eyes on the horizon
* Feet together
* Eyes on the horizon
d.
Arms up with hands on Koch fittings
* Arms up with hands on Koch
e.
Land on balls of feet
fittings
* Land on balls of feet
f.
Then to side of calf
* Then to side of calf
g.
Then to side of thigh
* Then to side of thigh
h.
Roll onto your back
* Roll onto your back
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