Teoretical engineering

Teoretical engineering

  "September 4, 1954 - Patrol aircraft P2V-5 "Neptune" (19th Patrol Squadron of the US Navy), flying from Atsugi airbase, Japan, was shot down by Soviet MiG-15 fighters and fell into the sea. 1 crew member was killed, the rest were rescued by an American seaplane." /wikipedia.org/

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  Incidents with patrol, reconnaissance and anti-submarine aircraft are associated with their special missions. These are tasks with an increased risk. If the pilots are given one more chance to survive, to guarantee protection from ice water for 20-40 hours, this will significantly reduce stress and allow them to more effectively solve the assigned tasks.

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  The amount of ice in the Arctic is decreasing. States are moving to implement plans to operate transport routes through the Arctic. Drilling platforms and gas terminals are under construction. The number of people working in the northern seas will only increase. The number of flights over the northern seas will increase. You will need a OFLAMERON anti-hypothermia device.

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