flight suit

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flight′ suit`


n.
a long-sleeved jumpsuit made of fire-resistant material, worn typically by members of an aircraft crew.
[1940–45]
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The Jetsons" automatic meal machine ranked second (19 percent), followed by the Flying Suit (16 percent).
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Post, despite a limited formal education and blinded in his left eye in an oil patch mishap, conceived, designed and tested the first fully pressurized flying suit and helmet.
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looms above Grand Central, tapering slightly to a height of about 1,000 feet and topped with a specialized landing strip for Iron Man's flying suit that also serves as a more conventional helicopter pad.
From neuro science to the basic logistics a flying suit of armor fit for human use, from the limits of the human body, "Inventing Iron Man" is a unique and much recommended read for anyone with an interest in the reality of super science.
These were each painted with a likeness of George Kemp, dressed in his white flying suit and flying helmet, depicted variously standing on the rear fuselage of Tipsy G-AFJS in flight and hacking at the tail, standing on the cowling and chopping at the propeller with an axe; sawing off the wing, and lastly cutting off an undercarriage leg.