Rescue engineering

Rescue engineering


"July 29, 1953 - reconnaissance aircraft RB-50G "Superfortress" (343rd Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron of the US Air Force), flying from Yokota airbase, Japan, was shot down by Soviet MiG-17 fighters (pilots - Alexander Rybakov, Yuri Yablonsky) in the area of Askold Island over the Sea of Japan. The aircraft's tail gunner unsuccessfully fired at Soviet fighters during the interception. Of the 17 crew members, 1 survived, picked up by an American ship.|


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Even in July, the sea water temperature is significantly lower than the human body temperature. Prolonged exposure to water will inevitably lead to hypothermia. The wetsuit can keep warm for several hours. If you use the OFLAMERON device, this time can be increased by two or three times. In this case, it may take more than 2 days.

Rescue engineering


Anyone can use a shovel and hammer in nails. But not everyone can come up with new techniques.

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