Jimmy Stewart gets acquainted with pilot's personal equipment and emergency procedures at MacDill AFB
Florida United States USA Date:1964, February 3 Duration:1 min 46 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Brigadier General Jimmy Stewart, U.S. Air Force Reserve, is helped as he familiarizes himself with pilot's personal equipment, at MacDill Air Force Base in Florida, during his two-week active duty training period, in February, 1964. Aircrew Flight Equipment Specialists fit and adjust his CSU-3/P anti-G cutaway garment, seat harness, flight helmet and oxygen mask. Captain John D. Brown briefs Stewart on the Martin-Baker Mk. H-5 Ejection Seat and emergency procedures and discusses emergency equipment set up on a display board. Stewart sits in the ejection seat as Captain Brown and an equipment specialist discuss it further.
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