Joe Vignolo For some reason they don't allow the person in the back seat to wear a G suit. For someone who has never flown like that before a G suit makes tolerating the G's a lot easier. I flew twice in an F-100 back in the 1970's. We continuously pulled up around 7 G's for several minutes while we were practice dogfighting against another jet. Even though I never had any of the training to do that type of flying or any previous experience I never got woozy, passed out or got sick. I'm pretty sure wearing a G suit had a lot to do with it. Considering that this lady wasn't wearing a G suit I think she did extremely well.