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Jet Suit for paramedics complete first trial flight Updated: 2022-05-10 05:25:36 KST

A British jet suit company is giving emergency services the ability to improve search and rescue missions in remote locations.
The suit's inventor and developer, Richard Browning conducted a test flight in northern England, and completed a 750-meter climb over 2-kilometers in just 3 minutes and 40 seconds.
Browning said that the cost of the jet pack is only a fraction of what is spent on a helicopter and crew, with paramedics now receiving lessons on how to operate the suit.
Consisting of two turbines, the 3D printed suit is able to reach speeds of 128-kilometers per-hour, and is capable of climbing to an altitude of 3,650 meters.
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