Survival for Aircrew

Survival for Aircrew

Author: Sarah-Jane Prew

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351896689

Category: Transportation

Page: 152

View: 438

Survival for Aircrew is essential reading for any aviation personnel who might at any time fly over water or inhospitable terrain. The ability to conquer nature and survive long enough to be rescued is a skill that could have saved the lives of countless aircrew and passengers in the past, and could save many lives in the future. Designed to be an easy-to-read instructional resource, this book teaches aircrews all the survival methods they are ever likely to need, in any eventuality. Illustrated throughout for ease of reference, this book looks at the aircrew role in an aviation survival situation, at the equipment required and at the possible scenarios. Its emphasis on crew behaviour makes the book unique, whether the reader is involved in general aviation, airline industry or government service. Features include: *

Aircrew Survival

Aircrew Survival

Author: DIANE Publishing Company

Publisher: Diane Books Publishing Company

ISBN: 0788139657

Category:

Page: 122

View: 785

Designed to aid the survival & rescue efforts of airmen regardless of geographic location or climatic condition. Describes, in outline form: combat survival, evading the enemy, medical problems, personal protection, signaling & recovery, travel techniques, sustenance, & nuclear, biological & chemical conditions. Assists you in recognizing & using the natural resources at hand. Over 100 photographs & drawings. Printed on heavy tyvek-type, waterproof stock in compact format.

Survival and Protection of Aircrew in the Event of Accidental Immersion in Cold Water

Survival and Protection of Aircrew in the Event of Accidental Immersion in Cold Water

Author: C. Boutelier

Publisher:

ISBN: 9283513010

Category: Airplane crash survival

Page: 118

View: 674

The survival of aircrews in the case of accidental cold water immersion is limited by the extent of thermal losses. In this AGARDograph, the physical laws governing thermal exchanges in both air and water are described. The state-of-the-art in the fields of physiological reactions, tolerance, acclimatization, cold induced accidents and their treatment is reviewed. Finally, the major items of protective equipment used in aeronautics and the methods applied to test their effectiveness are described. (Author).

HEMS Helicopter Essentials - Aircrew Survival Manual

HEMS Helicopter Essentials - Aircrew Survival Manual

Author: Chris Sharpe

Publisher:

ISBN: 1713045443

Category:

Page: 220

View: 970

This is an aircrew survival manual that is totally different and like no other. Written by the 2019 Helicopter Association International 'Salute to Excellence' Safety award winner, Chief Aircrewman Chris Sharpe, It is a collection of knowledge, experience and notes gained over his 30 year career.It is aimed specifically at the helicopter aviation industry, those crewmembers that are Non-Pilots and involved in Aeromedical or Rescue operations, irrespective of their role, and give them the underpinning survival knowledge that with practice will allow you to operate safer as a crew and improve or develop your own unit protocols, systems and procedures. This is an aircrew survival manual that encompasses daily routine daily life, equipemnt choices as well as the worst-case scenario traditional survival skills. and a wealth of information for the reader to take onboard and 'set up for success'.