Tue, Aug 11, 2009
Respected aviation journalist, and one of the world’s
leading authorities on survival and survival equipment, Doug Ritter
sat down with Aero-TV to share some invaluable safety tips.
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In the first of his four part series, Doug Ritter relates the
best tactical approach after surviving an aircraft crash.
According to Ritter, the most common mistake that survivors make is
not staying put at the location of the crash, thus decreasing the
likelihood of a quick, effective recovery by rescuers.
Internationally renown for his authority on survival related
subjects, Ritter is the found, publisher, and editor of
“Equipped to Survive,” a revolutionary guide to product
reviews, evaluations and articles regarding survival equipment and
production. In addition, Doug Ritter is the Board Chairman and
Executive Director of the “Equipped To Survive
Foundation,” dedicated to saving lives through survival
research and education.
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