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A/P22S-6A
Part of MC-2 Family
American pressure suit, operational 1975. Modified A/P22S-6 suit to add urine collection device with other material and hardware changes.

AKA: S1024B. Status: operational 1975.

This high altitude suit was a multi-layered unit that covered the neck, torso, arms, legs and the feet. The high altitude full pressure flying outfit was designed for long duration, high altitude flights consisting of a full pressure suit, gloves and helmet. When integrated, the flying outfit provided the following major features:

  • Breathing system
  • Anti-suffocation protection
  • Habitable environment above 35,000 feet
  • Ventilation system
  • Visor heating system
  • Communication system
  • Feeding and drinking capability
  • Urine relief system

The A/P22S-61 model of the suit was primarily used on the SR-71 aircraft.



Family: Space Suits. Country: USA. Agency: David Clark. Bibliography: 487.

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