You know those airbags in your car? Did you know that are very similar in nature to the airbags deployment system used to crash land on the surface of Mars Rover on Mars? Did you know that a company is making external airbags for helicopters and a helicopter? It’s all true. You may wish to learn more. If so, The Laws of Human Nature is the place to go. There is a critical height of the helicopter engine failure, height if the engine quits the helicopter will come crashing to the ground. Normally, if the engine quits in a helicopter can auto-rotation and the blades rotate around a sprocket or model helicopter Da Vinci. This keeps the aircraft gliding and as the pilot glides at the proper ratio, the helicopter hovers to the ground and just before getting their change over the rotor blades of the helicopter can make a hole in the air and therefore easy for a soft landing. The problem arises when they are too low to create a stable and suitable glide, in this case a helicopter is very vulnerable to total loss. If the aircraft hovers low to the ground with a full load is even more dangerous, but one company has created the solution, air bags good ole ‘, just before crashing implemented to save the occupants and the fuselage total destruction. Obviously, it would be good for all helicopters to be equipped with this, however when you think of the missions of our troops from the Middle East to travel by helicopter and the number of lives lost, this could be the perfect safety item. If an accident does the water could be inflated giving everyone onboard those few crucial seconds to get out alive. This system should be installed on all presidential helicopter, Marine One and the company that manufactures them is Rafael and the name of your product is external PRIES helicopters Airbag Protection Systems. Only way we’re losing too many troops to helicopter accidents, which have nothing to do with actual combat and we all know that we protect senior officers and our nations leadership too.