Markhkg

Username: Markhkg
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Age: 26-35
Country: United States of America
Location: HKG, SFO
Occupation: Medical Student, EMT/Paramedic
Interests: Cabin Safety Research
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Joined Airliners.net: 9 years 15 days ago (December 5, 2005)
Last post: 1 year 11 months ago (January 15, 2013)
Signature: Release your seat-belts and get out! Leave everything!
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Emergency Door Control Handle for DC-10
Really bad picture I drew of a DC-10 1L/R door control
One reason why planes have attachment points at the overwings
Nice hairdo! A flight attendant opens an older-generation B747 in emergency mode for a Boeing training booklet.
On older B747 aircraft, this handle was pulled to manually inflate the evacuation slide/raft. Now the handles are usually found on the girt bar.
Door 3 of the older generation B747. There is a manual slide ramp inflation panel for the two piece slide, including a deactivation handle in case of a ditching.
Older Generation B747 Door 3 and Door 4 slide deployment. Note the overwing slide is in two pieces.
Courtesy Airbus SAS
Courtesy Airbus SAS

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