The Tᴇʀʀɪғʏɪɴɢ Dᴀɴɢᴇʀs of Working Close to Giant Aircraft Jet Engines

After decades of producing thrust via forward-facing propellers, the first jet engine aircraft entered service during the later part of World War II.

These air-breathing engines produce thrust using a turbine powered air compressor propelling the aircraft forward at fantastic speeds. This led to the development of Turbo jets, turbo fans and RAM compression engines which pushed newly designed aircraft further and further, allowing them to increase speed altitude and maneuverability.

But for all their impressive capabilities, jet aircraft come with many new risks.

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