Is it just me, or did aircraft designers not put enough thought into how crewmen were going to get out in case of emergency? Examples: Brit tail gunners having to crawl back into the fuselage to retrieve their cutes, clip them on and then find a way out that wasn't blocked by fire. B-17 ball turrets. B-17 cockpit crewmen had to get throug a narrow twisting passage down to the nose hatch (I had trouble getting through it with summer clothes on). Having to roll down the window to get out of a P-38. These examples and others had to have caused extra deaths. What's your feeling on this issue??