By Dana Bell
Air strength colours Vol 1: 1926-42
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The Soviet Union, and England. This was now the era of the jet and rocket planes. Only 50 years after the historic first flight by the Wright brothers, aircraft were approaching Mach 2 and 75,000 feet. The need for a true pressure suit was urgent. 4 WORLD WAR II During World War II, some pilots wore g-suits that look extremely primitive by today’s standards. Research by Dr. Wilbur Rounding Franks in Canada led to the development of a g-suit that used water bladders. This Franks Flying Suit, as it was called, was first used in combat in 1942 by the RAF.
6 SPACE AGE The process of evolution to space suits of many types is beyond the scope of this book. S. Aviation Pressure Suits by Dennis R. Jenkins. It is the most thorough and definitive source book on the subject of pressure suits. pdf and you will see how complex pressure suits have become, and how they have evolved in order to satisfy different flight and service requirements. I was privileged to be a NASA Apollo Pressure Suit Test Subject and tested several Apollo suits in a vacuum chamber, on one occasion to 400,000 feet.
Air Force in 1947, the Navy moved toward full pressure suit development while the Air Force continued with the partial pressure suit designs. 5 JET/ROCKET AGE Work to develop a better suit picked up pace after World War II. Jets were here, along with speed and altitude. It was time to get serious about protecting the pilots from these extremes. First to get attention was the tendency of pilots to lose consciousness at high g’s. This was because high accelerations during sharp turns and deep dives make blood heavier and cause it to go into the wrong places.
Air Force Colors 1926-1942 by Dana Bell