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          ACES 5? Updates

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          ACES 5 Ejection Seat

          How to Protect Aircrew When Their Helmets Instantly Become 70 Pounds Heavier

          May 14, 2018

          How to protect aircrew when their helmets instantly become 70 pounds heavier

          ACES 5 Ejection Seat

          Teamwork, Craftsmanship and Uncompromising Commitment - What it Takes to Build an ACES 5® Seat

          June 30, 2018

          Our latest ACES 5? ejection seat is a product of years of research, investment, testing, and advanced design. But it is also a study in precision craftsmanship and teamwork.

          What it Takes to Keep Military Aircrew Safe, Sitting in Advanced Ejection Seats Used Around the World

          May 31, 2018

          Tested. Proven. Chosen. Watch the ACES 5® Ejection Seat Leverage 360 Degrees of Protection

          May 31, 2018

          The latest addition to the UTC Aerospace Systems family of Advanced Concept Ejection Seats, the ACES 5 incorporates significant safety and cost saving upgrades.

          ACES 5 Ejection Seat

          A New Ejection Seat Makes Rocketing Out of a B-2 Bomber Surprisingly Safe

          September 14, 2018

          ACES 5 Ejection Seat

          Meet Lois - She's Ridden in More Than 250 Cockpit Sleds at Speeds as High as Mach 1 - and She's Still Going

          September 17, 2018

          Meet the anthropomorphic test dummies whose main objective is to simulate human ejections from an aircraft at various speeds and record test data through a series of high-precision sensors.

          ACES 5 Ejection Seat

          U.S. Air Force Chooses Boeing-Saab Team to Provide New T-X Training Jets

          September 27, 2018

          Media Cover Successful ACES 5® Sled Test Held at Hurricane Mesa

          November 7, 2018

          The UTC Aerospace Systems ACES 5 team recently completed the latest in a series of tests. To simulate realistic conditions, the rocket-powered test rig accelerated to 600 KEAS (Knots Equivalent Airspeed) before successfully ejecting two advanced flight test manikins on ACES 5 seats. Several media outlets joined, resulting in the coverage below.

          ACES 5 Ejection Seat

          Collins Aerospace to Provide ACES 5® Ejection Seat and Landing Gear System for Boeing T-X Trainer

          January 31, 2019

          Collins Aerospace to Start B-2A SSIP Seat Deliveries This Year

          January 21, 2019

          Meet ACES 5® Team Member John "Barney" Fyfe

          April 26, 2019

          ACES 5 Ejection Seat

          Add Another to Lives Saved - ACES Ejection Seat Caught On Camera

          June 26, 2019

          ACES 5 Ejection Seat

          B-2 Bomber Ejection Seat Upgrade - Collins Aerospace ACES Seat Kits On Track for Delivery This Summer

          July 11, 2019

          ACES 5 Ejection Seat

          ACES 5® is on the road - come see us

          September 8, 2019

          ACES 5 Ejection Seat

          Collins Aerospace 'Grasshopper Award' Recognizes Pilots Saved by an ACES Ejection Seat

          October 21, 2019

          If unfortunate events happen, it’s good to know Collins Aerospace and ACES are there for aircrew who are born to fly so they can eject safely and live to walk away.

          ACES 5 Ejection Seat

          USAF Next Generation Ejection Seat (NGES) Program Announcement

          November 19, 2019

          The U.S. Air Force recently notified Collins Aerospace of its intent to sole-source the Next Generation Ejection Seat (NGES) program with our ACES 5? ejection seat.

          ACES 5 Ejection Seat

          ACES Team Earns 2019 SAFE Achievement Award

          December 31, 2019

          While logistics and provisioning support is ongoing, the team completed the four major milestone reviews earlier this year — system verification review, functional configuration audit, production readiness review and physical configuration audit.

          ACES 5 Ejection Seat

          Continuous Innovation for Aircrew Safety

          April 26, 2020

          ACES 5’s unique features include a faster deploying drogue parachute and a stability package (STAPAC) to compensate for pitch changes due to varied aircrew weight and aerodynamic effects, thereby reducing the risk for injury.

          ACES Ejection Seat Saves Another Life - 670 and Counting

          June 7, 2020

          Thanks to our ACES? II ejection seat, this pilot is safe and lives to fly another day.

          Pilot sitting in the cockpit of a fighter jet

          Collins Aerospace Awarded Sole-Source $700 Million contract for ACES 5(R)

          November 20, 2020

          Collins was recently awarded a sole-source $700 million firm-fixed-price, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for the delta qualification, production and fielding of a next generation ejection seat for various Air Force aircraft.

          The Evolution of the ACES family of ejection seats

          November 20, 2020

          Thanks to our ACES? II ejection seat, this pilot is safe and lives to fly another day.

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