Danger Ejection Seat A5 Aviation Notebook
A selection of ejection seat warning signs from the world's air forces and military aircraft. Many are particular to an aircraft type or country. The sign serves as a warning to ground crew, maintenance personnel and rescuers that the aircraft is fitted with a rocket-propelled ejection seat. The sign is normally located on the left and right sides of the aircraft fuselage, in line with the seats and just below the cockpit canopy.
The ejection seat was invented by James Martin who founded the Martin-Baker Aircraft Manufacturing Company with his friend Captain Valentine Baker in 1934. Sadly, Captain Baker was killed in 1942 during a flight test of one of their aircraft. James Martin then restructured Martin-Baker to focus on pilot safety and, in particular, ejection seats.
Ideal for use as a travel journal, for pilot notes, as a work/family planner or memory book.
The notebook has a mix of plain and lined pages to adapt to a variety of uses.
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