Get an up-close perspective of the aircrew ejection process and key actions that happen at each stage

ACES 5® Ejection Sequence

In the moment aircrew need it most, ACES 5® is there. Experience a step by step demonstration of ACES 5’s next generation technology and how it enables those born to fly, to live and walk away.

Learn more about the innovations that allow aircrew to safely eject and walk away

Protection system stowed

GR7000 main recovery parachute provides lower descent and oscillation rates

Passive head and neck protection exceeding F-35 requirements with <5% risk of major injury.

Passive arm restraints

CKU-5C rocket catapult provides “softest ride” available; spinal injury rate of 1%

Passive leg restraints

Protection system deployed

GR7000 main recovery parachute provides lower descent and oscillation rates

Passive head and neck protection deployed. Exceeds F-35 requirements with &lt;5% risk of major injury.

Passive arm restraints deployed

CKU-5C rocket catapult provides &#8220;softest ride&#8221; available; spinal injury rate of 1%

Passive leg restraints

THOSE BORN TO FLY LIVE TO WALK AWAY

Advanced rocket motor and stability package (STAPAC) compensate for pitch changes due to varied aircrew weight and aerodynamic effects, reducing the risk for injury.

FLY EASY WITH WORLDWIDE LOGISTICS AND SUPPORT

Currently providing support to 29 air forces worldwide, with an installed fleet of thousands of ACES II® and hundreds of ACES 5® seats.

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