There is no doubt that the Sukhoi Scientific Industrial Complex - with its headquarters in Moscow - has earned an excellent reputation over the years in the world of military and aerobatic aircraft for the quality and originality of the majority of the aircraft they have built. Founder Pavel Sukhoi, being no friend of Stalin and seeing his business dissolve for a period of time, reappeared gloriously again in the year 1950 when the majority of his products were widely used by the Soviet Union and its allies. World-renowned designs, like the "Su-27 Interceptor" and the aerobatic Su-26 dominated the record books and were symbols of the international commercial potential that was cooking in the Communist era.
G-LOC is known as G-force Loss Of Consciousness caused by spending a period of time in acceleration or G's.
Our brain is the most important organ of our body, and besides also being that which pays the gas bills to fly, it is the most essential component within the aerobatic plane. One might expect that it works when everything else has failed, but for that to be true, it would have to have an STBY energy storage system and completely be independent of other organs and tissues.
78 turns of inverted flat spin was the new Guinness Record attempt to beat, tried by the American airshow pilot Spencer Suderman with his Pitts fully prepared and equipped for the occasion. With Drift HD170 cameras on board to record the attempt, two judges FAI to give autenticity and an oxygen system for the pilot, the attempt was initiated at an altitude of 21,000 feet from inverted flight during the Air Festival Center (San Diego).