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a pilot's seat in an airplane that can be forcibly ejected in the case of an emergency

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Company founder Sir James Martin is credited with pioneering modern rocket-based ejector seats and the business he started is now alerted each time one of their systems is activated.
jet bo sp However, crews could not use the ejector seats when the planes were flying at that speed.
Retired beach rescuer Pat Kavanaugh told last night how he found one of the pilots sitting amid the debris, still strapped into his ejector seat.
All non-essential flying on aircraft with ejector seats, like the one installed in the plane in which a Red Arrows pilot died on Tuesday, has been temporarily suspended.
We started testing initial versions of the F-35 ejector seat probably around 2004," Garside says.
Stark in Wilmington, Delaware, that he "knowingly" shipped prohibited items--including ejector seats and flight suits, and attempted to sell others, including the warplane--in violation of the law.
Since much of the flying is done at a low level, ejector seats are useless and pilots instead carry buoyancy aids and an emergency air bottle for ditching at sea.
A former pupil of Laurence Jackson School, Tom used to be in the RAF - working as a survival equipment fitter looking after kit from ejector seats and parachutes to life rafts.
It was built by the Ministry of Defence to test ejector seats before it was demilitarised.
Products include specialist soft shelving to store delicate parts at Jaguar's car plant and harnesses for Euro Fighter ejector seats.
As the crewmen parachuted into the sea, their ejector seats turned into inflatable dinghies
The company started in the air bag business in 1989, making devices used in most American car models after decades of work for aerospace, including the devices used in ejector seats for fighter pilots.
Its product range includes facsimile cockpit trainers, ejector seats, and control room simulators for power stations and Royal Navy fight ing ships.
Unique and versatile, Supracor's honeycomb can be found in high-performance sports protective gear, bumpers for amusement park rides, bullet-proof vests, ejector seats in fighter jets, award-winning saddle and hoof pads, ventilated wheelchair cushions and hospital mattresses in addition to health and fitness products.
Non-essential flying of RAF planes with similar ejector seats was suspended yesterday as a probe is carried out.