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Robert A Wolfe, Gleisner Donald: Shoulder, chest and neck protecting device. All American, Gustalo Nunez, May 27, 1986: US04590622 (74 worldwide citation)

A protective gear assembly includes cantilever-type protective pads to be used by those athletes engaged in contact sports such as football, hockey, etc. The pads are releasably attached to a one piece padded vest type jacket by strap like members which pass through apertures thereon. The vest jacke ...


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Harry E Mayhew, Harry W De Shay: Mobile RPV landing deck. All American, Connolly and Hutz, April 3, 1979: US04147317 (64 worldwide citation)

A deck for landing an arrested RPV has a row of substantially parallel elastic stringers deployed between a pair of open bed trailers. The stringers are attached to longitudinal rails on the trailers and to wind-up winches for tensioning the stringers. A pendant or net is attached across one of the ...


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Harry E Mayhew, William J Nissley, Leonard R Widdekind: Launching apparatus for flying device. All American, Connolly and Hutz, March 21, 1978: US04079901 (55 worldwide citation)

The shuttle for launching an RPV is connected to a launching tube by a motion and high speed-multiplying pulley and cable assembly. The telescopic launching tube assembly is connected between and parallel to a pair of elongated arms of a sealed U-shaped tubular assembly connected by a manifold to wh ...


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John C Hall, Lee B Petersen Jr: Safety barrier/ramp actuating mechanism for wheelchair lifts. All American Transit Parts, Bruce & McCoy, August 8, 1995: US05439342 (43 worldwide citation)

An improved safety barrier/ramp actuation mechanism for combination folding stair and platform wheelchair lifts which translate from one configuration to the other depending upon the purpose to be served and have a combination safety barrier/ramp at the outboard end of the platform, the mechanism co ...


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Doolittle Donald B: Aircraft arresting apparatus. All American, Connolly and Hutz, August 6, 1974: US3827660 (41 worldwide citation)

A compound array of vertically deployed open loops of strong inelastic webbing having a maximum dimension slightly smaller than the wingspan of the aircraft to be arrested are detachably hung from a suspension line stretched above and across the runway. The array includes a number of laterally overl ...


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Donald B Doolittle: Semibuoyant composite aircraft. All American, Connolly and Hutz, August 24, 1976: US03976265 (30 worldwide citation)

Various modifications are disclosed of the composite aircraft, which is the subject of U.S. Pat. No. 3,856,236 by this same inventor. The control console is supported from the center of the upper rotating balloon sphere instead of its south pole to reduce the periodic motion of the console about its ...


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Doolittle Donald B: Aircraft arresting barrier. All American, Connolly and Hutz, May 14, 1974: US3810595 (23 worldwide citation)

An array of open loops having a maximum dimension slightly smaller than the wing spread of an aircraft to be arrested are laterally detachably hung from a pair of suspension lines stretched above and across the runway. A number of these arrays are staggered relative to each other to provide enough o ...


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William R Schlegel, John J Hennessey: Launching apparatus for flying device. All American, Connolly and Hutz, July 13, 1976: US03968947 (22 worldwide citation)

A pneumatic launching apparatus for a lightweight aircraft has a battery of three pneumatic tubes mounted upon a hydraulic piston and cylinder assembly. A launching tube is mounted on the central pneumatic tube, which blows it away from it in a manner similar to that in which a tubular paper cover i ...


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John C Hall, Lee B Petersen Jr: Combination folding stair and platform wheelchair lift. All American Transit Parts, Bruce & McCoy, June 20, 1995: US05425615 (19 worldwide citation)

A combination folding stair and platform wheelchair lift which translates from one configuration to the other depending upon the purpose to be served utilizing a series of panels which form a flat platform or alternatively steps and risers and which reciprocate horizontally on a pair of side rails a ...


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George J Bekessy: In-line roller skate wheel assembly. All American Aviation & Mfg, Wells St John Roberts Gregory & Matkin P S, November 12, 1996: US05573309 (18 worldwide citation)

An in-line roller skate wheel and truck are described in which an elongated truck frame with a pair of spaced longitudinal side rails mount a plurality of roller wheels. At least one of the roller wheels has a hub core with a coaxial tire receiving shoulder. A tapered tire deflection controlling rim ...