Richard Browning sets world record in jet engine 'Iron Man' suit. A real-life flying man reaches a speed of 32mph to set a world record with his body-controlled jet engine power suit.

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Sky News—A real-life flying man reaches a speed of 32mph to set a world record with his body-controlled jet engine power suit.

Real-life Iron Man breaks world record for fastest speed in jet engine suit. British Inventor and entrepreneur, Richard Browning, soared into the record books when he made the fastest ever speed in a body-controlled jet engine power suit. The founder and chief test pilot of Gravity Industries achieved a speed of 32.02mph (51.53 km/h) on his third and final timed effort over a lake in Reading, England. Richard said: "It is a very special moment every time we suit up, it's about 45 kilos, you really know you're about to do something as the engines starts pulling up, it...