Promising means of rescuing personnel from emergency zones

The article considers promising systems for personnel rescue from emergency situations, including natural and man-made ones, based on the use of delivery and evacuation jet vehicles

Keywords: emergency situation, rescue means, jet system, delivery, evacuation


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