British Navy Tests ‘Jet Suits’ That Makes Officers Fly

Tuesday, May 11, 2021

/ by mansuralisaha

The News Cover: The British Royal Navy and Royal Marines have tested out a jet suit that allows its officers to defy gravity and fly. The suit has been developed by ‘Gravity Industries’. It was tested on a Navy ship. The officer was securely strapped to the suit and he then flew above the ocean and landed back on the deck. The test was conducted without a glitch. The machine was strapped onto him like a backpack. With the jet suit, one can fly at the speed of 113 km per hour and climb up to 12,000 feet. 

Isn't that amazing! Security forces will be able to quickly reach remote places at times of emergencies thanks to the jet suits. The video of the test has gone viral and has gained 5 lakh views so far on social media. Have a look. After the video went viral on social media, it received many comments. One user said, "This is what I've been waiting for since I was a kid...It's here, we made it." 

Another user asked, "How does the officer shoot back if fired upon during a conflict? as both, his hands were strapped to the suit. Is this suit safe?" Another user asked, "What do you do if you fall into the water? If the equipment is heavy the person may sink. Is there a mechanism that allows the user to eject themselves from the suit?" Most people on the Internet were thrilled with the new technology.

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