B.F. Goodrich Mk IV Navy pressure suit: Not Always Tight.

B.F Goodrich MkIV Navy pressure suit: Not Always Tight

Testing the flexibility of the latest MK IV’s at U.S. Naval Air Material Center in Philadelphia during the 1950s…to the benefit of public relations. It was much harder when fully pressurised.

Photo: Frederick Clark Durant Collection.

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