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Survival training

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Abstract

Survival training is overseen by the Third Directorate of the Cosmonaut Training Centre. This department is currently headed by Colonel Yuri Gidzenko, a veteran of three space flights, and it has previously been headed by both flown and unflown cosmonauts, including Yevgeniy Khludeyev, Yuri Malyshev and Nikolay Grekov. The department occupies one of the buildings in the training centre and survival training is conducted in cooperation with the Federal Aerospace Search and Rescue Administration. The training enables the crews to acquire the skills needed in the event of an off-nominal landing (or splashdown).

Keywords

Motion Sickness Soyuz Mission Emergency Landing Russian Athlete Survival Training 
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