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Home »  Photo Prints » Aviation-NASA aircrafts-Prototypes » S03681
 
Ref S03681 : AFTI/F-16 Spin chute close-up
    



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Thème : Aviation-NASA aircrafts-Prototypes

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A close-up photo of the spin chute mounted on the rear fuselage of the AFTI F-16, a safety device designed to prevent the loss of aircraft in spin conditions. Under some circumstances, pilots cannot recover from spins using normal controls. It these instances, the spin chute is deployed, thus ''breaking'' the spin and enabling the pilot to recover. The spin chute is held in a metal cylinder attached to the AFTI F-16 by four tubes, a structure strong enough to withstand the shock of the spin chute opening. Unlike the air probe in the last photo, spin chutes are not standard equipment on research or prototype aircraft but are commonly attached expressly for actual spin tests.


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