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green flight suit






    flight suit
  • A one-piece garment worn by the pilot and crew of a military or light aircraft

  • A flight suit is a full body garment, worn while flying aircraft such as military airplanes, gliders and helicopters. These suits are generally made to keep the wearer warm, as well as being practical (plenty of pockets), and durable (including fire retardant).





    green
  • concerned with or supporting or in conformity with the political principles of the Green Party

  • turn or become green; "The trees are greening"

  • Green color or pigment

  • Green clothes or material

  • Green foliage or growing plants

  • of the color between blue and yellow in the color spectrum; similar to the color of fresh grass; "a green tree"; "green fields"; "green paint"











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US Air Force Military Camouflage Flight Suit Coveralls (Olive Drab, Large)


US Air Force Military Camouflage Flight Suit Coveralls (Olive Drab, Large)



US Air Force Military Camouflage Flight Suit Coveralls BRAND NEW - Various Colors! - Collared Flight Suit. 2-Way Front Zipper. Made of Polyester/Cotton Material. Pleated Leg Zippers (Front/Bottom of Pant Leg). Adjustable Wrist Cuff Tabs with Hook & Loop Closure. Adjustable Waist Tabs with Hook & Loop Closure. Two Slash Pockets on Chest With Zipper Closure. Removable Name Badge Holder on Left Chest. Reinforced Shoulders/ Zippered Utility Pocket with Pen Holder on Left Arm. Under Arm Holes/Vents. Two Zippered Slash Pockets. Numerous Leg Pockets w/ Zipper Closure (One with Snap Closure).










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The Perpetual Flight of an old Hunter




The Perpetual Flight of an old Hunter





An old Hawker Hunter - a Navy jet from the early sixties into the seventies.

This old girl is in perpetual flight over the crossroads at Ford in Sussex (see below)

I happen to know that a few of these early jets were still in service in the late seventies. I know this because I went up in one in 1979. It was part of my JOAC.... (Junior Officer Aircraft Acquaint).

As a young Naval Occifer I was required to go and experience what it would feel like to be in a jet fighter. We went to a base in Somerset, myself and a few other young victims, and we were put into the hands of the naval historic flight.

Historic in EVERY sense; the machines and the pilots.

I distinctly remember the the chap who took me up. He was the as old as I am now. He had grey hair and a wonderful handle-bar moustache. He seemed straight out of the Biggles comics to me.

They kitted us up with flight suits and helmets, we had a safety briefing and then we were off!!!

We went up in trainer jets, so they were the same as this one only with a double cockpit side-by-side.

I was sat next to (old) biggles as we went off on a foggy Somerset morning. We taxied onto the runway and then we were off.

Well... we went off and straight UP. Within seconds we cleared the clouds and just went up up and up! I remember seeing the curve of the earth thought the canopy. It was surreal!

The scutterbut at the time was that they would do their best to make you sick - which would be very interesting with the helmet and the mask on. I was determined to beat them and not puke.

This old geezer put the jet through its paces, pulling gees left right and centre. All the time asking me if I was feeling OK.

I was feeling bloody awful, but would not admit it and kept saying "All OK".

Eventually we had to land. We went back down below the clouds and the viz was then zero.

I thought I'd survived well and kept my dignity intact..... until...

literally 50 feet above the ground and as we were approaching the runway...

he did a full 360 degree roll, and then landed soft as you like.

I got out with my dignity intact.....

just... I was scared and I expect my face was a very intersting shade of green.

We de-kitted and the met the pilots for a drink in the mess... what a bunch of characters.















Green Flight Challenge (201110030001HQ)




Green Flight Challenge (201110030001HQ)





Comparative Aircraft Flight Efficiency (CAFE) Foundation President Brien A. Seeley M.D., left, NASA Acting Chief Technologist Joe Parrish, 2nd from left, and Pipistrel-USA Team Lead Jack Langelaan, center with suit, and the entire Pipistrel-USA, Taurus G4 aircraft team pose for a photograph shortly after winning the 2011 Green Flight Challenge, sponsored by Google, on Monday, Oct. 3, 2011 at the NASA Ames Research Center, Mountain View, Calif. The all electric Taurus G4 aircraft achieved the equivalency of more than 400 miles per gallon. NASA and CAFE held the challenge to advance technologies in fuel efficiency and reduced emissions with cleaner renewable fuels and electric aircraft. Photo Credit: (NASA/Bill Ingalls)









green flight suit








green flight suit




Juniior Small Camouflage Avian Fashions Flightsuit (bird diaper) w/Liners






Now you can give your caged bird freedom around the house without worrying about droppings on furniture, drapes, and carpets. These soft and stretchy suits won't impede flight, and their patented pouch with disposable FlightLiners collect droppings away from your bird and you. Simply pop in a FlightLiner before suiting-up and discard when playtime is over. Suit up is simple: open flap and gently pull FlightSuit up and over the wings, securing Velcro straps. Soar to new heights of fun with FlightSuits! 10 Small, Disposable Liners Included with Flightsuits. Fits most: Starlings, Green Cheeked Conures, Maroon Bellied Conures, Crimson Bellied Conures and Similar. LEASH NOT INCLUDED.










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