TITLE

McDonnell Douglas offering low-cost version of ACES-2 ejection seat

PUB. DATE
August 1992
SOURCE
Aviation Week & Space Technology;8/3/1992, Vol. 137 Issue 5, p61
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Pictures a McDonnell Douglas Minipac ejection seat being fired through a training aircraft canopy. McDonnell Douglas Missile Systems Co. is offering the 110 lb. Minipac ejection seat to the Air Force for the Joint Primary Aircraft Training System competition. Similarities to the standard ACES-2 ejection seat; Potential market in retrofitting other light aircraft.
ACCESSION #
9208173901

 

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