ROCKET LAUNCH TEST DUMMY - HD At an Air Force base research facility, engineers use a dummy to test a rocket sled ejection seat. After the sled reaches speed, the dummy is propelled into the air where a parachute is deployed for a landing. Transferred from film, mastered in Apple Pro Res 422 HQ and Uncompressed, available in all forms of HD and SD.
AIRPLANE EJECTION SEATS TESTED - 1955 In California, new Air Force ejection seats are tested with the seats hurled high into the air from a fast moving rocket sled to simulate how they will hold up during actual crashes or other emergencies.
U.S. AIR FORCE PILOT TRAINING - 1965 U.S. Air Force pilots receive flight training at a field training base. Pilots practice take-off and landing of planes, a young pilot tests his ejection seat and instructors go over plane gear with pilots.
EJECTION SEAT FOR JET BOMBERS "Seat to Safety" from a flying jet bomber: Tests of a new downward automatic ejection seat are successfully completed, from a bomber flying at 10,000 feet above the Gulf of Mexico. The parachute is opened automatically by explosive and timing devices.
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