Rockwell Collins

Chandrakanth, R.
August 2014
SP's Aviation;Aug2014, Vol. 17 Issue 8, p19
The article offers information on the ejection seat manufactured by the company Martin-Baker. Topics discussed include services of the company including assistance to the customer to establish operational safety system which include ejection sequencing, escape path clearance, life support, and parachute descent to final rescue. Also mentioned other benefits such as pyrotechnic cartridges and low lifecycle costs.


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