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T-45A UJPT, E2-C2, ADV, & IUT Seat-01
Aeromedical Aspects of Emergency Egress (NACES)
D.
Parachute opening shock
Sg 4, fr 6
Parachute Opening Shock
1.
Causes
* Causes
a.
Loose or poorly fitting torso harness
- Loose or poorly fitting torso
harness
b.
Manually overriding the seat at too
high an altitude (deploying the
- Manually overriding the seat
parachute at 30,000 ft will cause
at too high an altitude
(deploying the parachute at
between 17-20 units of G force to be
30,000 ft will cause between
placed on the parachute and the
17-20 units of G force to be
occupant)
placed on the parachute and
the occupant)
E.
Burns - occur when flight gear is
Sg 4, fr 7
1.
Not worn (always wear gloves; wear clear
Burns
visor at night)
* Occur when flight gear is
2.
Worn incorrectly (roll down sleeves, visor
- Not worn (always wear
down, mask on, flight suit zipped)
gloves; wear clear visor at
night)
3.
Improperly maintained (do not wear gear
- Worn incorrectly (roll down
that is torn or worn thin)
sleeves, visor down, mask
on, flight suit zipped)
- Improperly maintained (do
not wear gear that is torn or
worn thin)
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