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June Ethel L: Survival apparatus. Breidenthal Robert E, October 14, 1975: US3911913 (22 worldwide citation)

Compactly storable survival equipment that includes a protection suit and an inflatable collision cocoon. The double-walled cocoon entrance which can be closed by a suited means within the same, and the cocoon can then be inflated to its expanded and protective condition by the introduction of press ...


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Roy L McKenzie, Anthony Haynes: Combination lighting system, alarm clock, radio and television having secondary power supply. Jerome J Norris, May 29, 2001: US06238061 (13 worldwide citation)

Emergency survival apparatus of a self-contained, portable, remote controlled, combination television receiver (TV), AM/FM radio receiver, clock, and electric lamp. The combination is powered by either a source of ordinary household alternating current or by a direct current source, such as a batter ...


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Norma M Murphy: Survival apparatus. Lawrence Peska Associates, Jack D Slobod, June 22, 1976: US03964427 (13 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for marking a location which includes a balloon and a bottle of pressurized helium which is selectively connected to the balloon which is in turn secured by a cord which is fed through an indicator as it is released to show the amount of cord that has been released and thereby the height o ...


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Cheral A Marble, Alan F Marble: Child survival and training apparatus. Lewis C Lee, December 20, 1994: US05374192 (9 worldwide citation)

A survival and training apparatus for children is constructed in the form of a teddy bear. The teddy bear has an exterior casing formed of multiple durable materials including a fluorescent fabric of lime yellow color that is visible during daytime conditions and a reflective fabric to facilitate vi ...


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Kent A Dogey: Portable collapsible solar survival apparatus. Manfred M Warren, Robert B Chickering, Glen R Grunewald, September 23, 1986: US04612914 (3 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a portable, high performance solar powered oven, distiller, heater and light directing survival apparatus which is fabricated of light weight, flexible materials that can be easily collapsed for convenient mobility.


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Koochembere Chris T: Fail-safe raft system. N A, August 31, 1971: US3602463 (3 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a novel and improved packaging system for an inflatable raft in survival apparatus used by a pilot after an ejection from his aircraft over water. The improved packaging system involves use of a pair of cup-shaped boot members that fit over opposite ends of the compa ...


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Richard A Boelter: Survival apparatus. Booth Udall Fuller, August 18, 2015: US09107482 (1 worldwide citation)

A survival apparatus is disclosed that both removably couples to an end portion of a staff and with a variety of tools. The survival apparatus includes at least one sleeve formed of a hollow, tubular body for removably receiving therein the end portion of the staff and providing for the quick attach ...


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Roman Jankowiak, John A Lutocka Jr: Survival apparatus. Conax Florida Corporation, Christel Bean & Linihan, January 24, 1989: US04799907 (1 worldwide citation)

Survival apparatus for an aircraft or the like. The survival apparatus includes a survival canister 12 in which survival gear is stowed. The canister assembly is buoyant and water tight. It is stowed prior to use in a cylindrical member 16 which is closed at one end. A maintaining structure 74 is pr ...


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David Gwyn Steer, Robert Novak: Survivable mobile network system. BlackBerry, Conley Rose P C, J Robert Brown Jr, Albert A Abbou, December 26, 2017: US09854462

A method of establishing communication links during a failure within a mobile communications network includes detecting disruptions in communications between a plurality of base stations and a plurality of mobile terminals. Survivability components are activated within the base station and the mobil ...


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Alan D Cunningham, Gary Amstutz: Cold weather survival apparatus. Alanco Holdings, Oyen Wiggs Green & Mutala, March 6, 2012: US08128445

Apparatus for cold weather survival comprises an elongated belt body comprising a piece of buoyancy-providing material. The belt body is sized such that end portions thereof overlap when the belt body is wrapped around a user's waist. The belt body has an inner side which faces the user and an outer ...