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With SAF's attendance, during the 1990s, to traning campaigns that were held in the North Sea, named " NORKA" (NORdsee KAmpagne)"; meteorological conditions, transfer flight and training areas locations dictated the use of suitable equipment, as the BFA Mk. 10  anti-exposure suit. The suit was normally used in combination with the BFA HK 10 life vest.

Below, our usual "short legged model" wears an Mk.10 anti exposure suit without and with a life vest.

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ANTI G Mk.6C

Anti-exposure suits, commonly known as survival suits or immersion suits, are specialized garments designed to protect pilots in the event of an emergency landing or ejection over water, where exposure to cold water and harsh weather conditions can be life-threatening. These suits are an essential part of a pilot's gear when flying over bodies of water or in colder climates. integrated into the survival suit was the capability to wear an anti-G garment. Since the anti-g models in use by the Swiss AF had a soft connecting hose that would not guarantee a watertight seal, specifically procured British Mk-6C models with a semi-rigid tube were used.

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