Hunter Heavy Breathing

Hunter Heavy Breathing: Tales of XL563 and the Institute of Aviation Medicine Centrifuge

Professor Mike Bagshaw will discuss the research and development work done on protecting flying crew from the effects of acceleration.

The RAF Institute of Aviation Medicine had both a dedicated high performance research aircraft and a man carrying centrifuge.

The research aircraft, Hawker Hunter T.7 XL563, had an earlier career as the chase aircraft for the Bristol 188.

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The talk is about 70 minutes long.

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