Coast guard helicopter
Performing the task of the coast guard helicopter to rescue people who were shipwrecked, inadvertently swam into the open waters or dropped out of cruise ships. The helicopter has a long cable controlled by a rotating winch. Towards the end of the cable, a rescue device is attached, in which survivors can climb into the cockpit or withstand a short flight. To pull the injured, the pilot has to literally hang over the water, because the slightest fluctuation of the cable will cause the person to fall from a height to the water surface, which is comparable to falling on concrete. With very close approach, the helicopter is able to hit the blades of the propeller with water, which will lead to a crash, so always, according to the instruction, it is necessary to maintain the distance, and this significantly reduces the rapid pulling of people. In addition, the aircraft must be returned to the base and carefully lowered to the landing site. Sharp descent will inevitably lead to a strong blow, detonation of high-octane fuel and death of people, including the crew who made a mistake.