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AN-6510 Parachute Seat

Also known as the S-1, this type was standardized on May 11, 1928. It uses a 24-foot canopy. Many pilots preferred seat-type parachutes because they allowed better freedom of movement when pilots turned their heads. (U.S. Air Force photo)

Also known as the S-1, this type was standardized on May 11, 1928. It uses a 24-foot canopy. Many pilots preferred seat-type parachutes because they allowed better freedom of movement when pilots turned their heads. (U.S. Air Force photo)

Note: This item is currently in storage.

Also known as the S-1, this type was standardized on May 11, 1928. It uses a 24-foot canopy. Many pilots preferred seat-type parachutes because they allowed better freedom of movement when pilots turned their heads.

Donated by Mr. Anthony Williams.

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