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“Frost” Parachute Release

The Frost Parachute Release is a US Government approved device for releasing a parachute canopy from the harness to prevent the air crewman from being dragged upon landing. The primary user of the Frost Parachute Release is the worldwide community of F-16 fighter aircraft, as well as the US Air Force F-22, B-1 and B-2. Additionally, it is used on many other aircraft including the T-6 A/B, the T-38, the AIDC F-CK-1, the Turkish F-5 and the Korean T-50.

Description

THE FROST RELEASE IS US GOVERNMENT APPROVED

The primary user of the Frost Parachute Release is the worldwide community of F-16 fighter aircraft, as well as the US Air Force F-22, B-1 and B-2. Additionally, it is used on many other aircraft including the T-6 A/B, the T-38, the AIDC F-CK-1, the Turkish F-5 and the Korean T-50

PRODUCT FEATURES

Operates with less than 35 lbs. (15.9 kg) applied force

Releases easily even when pilot is being dragged across ground or through water

Compatible with Universal Water Activated Release System (UWARS)

Currently in use by US and foreign air forces

Easy to retrofit to multiple configurations -ejection seat mounted -backpack style parachutes

Conforms to USA F military specification: MIL-Q-87152

Use with ACES II Ejection Seat and PCU-15/P

“Frost” Parachute Release Data Sheet