Amazingly cool and interesting plane footage

Amazingly cool and interesting plane footage

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RDMcG

16,185 posts

169 months

Tuesday 29th December 2020
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Eric Mc said:
It will need to be restored again. It crashed a few days later.
I flew in a B-25 in Toronto about 15 years ago- quite an agile aircraft actually.

swampy442

968 posts

173 months

Sunday 3rd January
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Eric Mc said:
The pilots of those two Ilyushins must be related.

I presume both aircraft were overloaded?
Reminds me of a Jaguar take off biggrin

marksx

4,231 posts

152 months

Sunday 3rd January
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Eric Mc said:
It will need to be restored again. It crashed a few days later.
You'd be gutted if you'd just packed up the tools frown

https://www.aviation24.be/miscellaneous/accidents/...

Dr Jekyll

20,982 posts

223 months

MartG

17,285 posts

166 months

Monday 11th January
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Whoops - Helicopter accident shows giant AC unit dropping on street

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7goj1o0UajU&fe...

No info as to why he dropped it yet

Baron Greenback

5,080 posts

112 months

Monday 11th January
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MartG said:
Whoops - Helicopter accident shows giant AC unit dropping on street

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7goj1o0UajU&fe...

No info as to why he dropped it yet
It wlill buff out! shame no showing of dent in ground!

DavieBNL

147 posts

25 months

Monday 11th January
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Strange one, almost looks like someone leant on the release button in the cockpit? Nothing seems to have snapped. Moral: Never stand under a suspended load!

FourWheelDrift

81,655 posts

246 months

Tuesday 12th January
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DC-10 firefighter drop, first clip is low, then watch the 2nd clip - https://www.instagram.com/p/CBObGfcJJ5Y/

MB140

2,775 posts

65 months

Wednesday 13th January
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MartG said:
Whoops - Helicopter accident shows giant AC unit dropping on street

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7goj1o0UajU&fe...

No info as to why he dropped it yet
Sounds like it lost an engine. You can hear the change in turbine noise.

yellowjack

13,950 posts

128 months

Monday 18th January
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FourWheelDrift

81,655 posts

246 months

Monday 18th January
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yellowjack said:
Appropriate squadron code and call sign too.

yellowjack

13,950 posts

128 months

Monday 18th January
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FourWheelDrift said:
yellowjack said:
Appropriate squadron code and call sign too.
That comment got me to thinking about the date of the incident. Three RAF Squadrons wore the 'SH' code, but No. 216 Sqn was transport, and No. 240 Sqn was flying boats, which leaves only No. 64 Sqn as operating Spitfires AND using the 'SH' code.

I'm struggling to identify the particular Mark of the Spitfire in the clip, but I'm going with a three-bladed propeller and cannon in the wings, which would put it as a Mk1B at the very earliest. So some time after June 1940 if a brief scout about on Google has brought up correct information...

Eric Mc

114,242 posts

227 months

Monday 18th January
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I thought it might be a VB.

Oilchange

6,689 posts

222 months

Monday 18th January
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scrolling down from that there's a ballsy move by a Mosquito pilot flying -under- the Eifell Tower !!!

mcdjl

4,540 posts

157 months

Monday 18th January
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Oilchange said:
scrolling down from that there's a ballsy move by a Mosquito pilot flying -under- the Eifell Tower !!!
I can't see that, have you got a link?
Someone says it's from this film https://film.iwmcollections.org.uk/record/919

MartG

17,285 posts

166 months

Thursday 28th January
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MartG

17,285 posts

166 months

Monday 1st February
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Some nice old helicopters at the Capel Military Vehicle Show in 2019

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pmNhPI9l53Q

yellowjack

13,950 posts

128 months

Monday 1st February
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MartG said:
Some nice old helicopters at the Capel Military Vehicle Show in 2019

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pmNhPI9l53Q
So you like helicopters, huh?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0mi3awMLJTw

Bucketloads of the buggering things. I was there for this display, along with my four-year old (helicopter obsessed) son. The footage doesn't capture it well either. The AAC brought many of the helicopters in from elsewhere, and the ones from Middle Wallop sort of "sneaked away" while other things were going on, then they formed up behind over behind Danebury Hill Fort. You couldn't really hear them from that distance, so the crowd only really noticed the massed approach when the aircraft lights went on and they started moving toward the airfield. I doubt we'll ever see such a spectacle again...


MartG

17,285 posts

166 months

Monday 1st February
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yellowjack said:
MartG said:
Some nice old helicopters at the Capel Military Vehicle Show in 2019

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pmNhPI9l53Q
So you like helicopters, huh?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0mi3awMLJTw

Bucketloads of the buggering things. I was there for this display, along with my four-year old (helicopter obsessed) son. The footage doesn't capture it well either. The AAC brought many of the helicopters in from elsewhere, and the ones from Middle Wallop sort of "sneaked away" while other things were going on, then they formed up behind over behind Danebury Hill Fort. You couldn't really hear them from that distance, so the crowd only really noticed the massed approach when the aircraft lights went on and they started moving toward the airfield. I doubt we'll ever see such a spectacle again...
Bloody hell - I bet that took some practice !

RizzoTheRat

20,188 posts

154 months

Tuesday 2nd February
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yellowjack said:
So you like helicopters, huh?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0mi3awMLJTw

Bucketloads of the buggering things. I was there for this display, along with my four-year old (helicopter obsessed) son. The footage doesn't capture it well either. The AAC brought many of the helicopters in from elsewhere, and the ones from Middle Wallop sort of "sneaked away" while other things were going on, then they formed up behind over behind Danebury Hill Fort. You couldn't really hear them from that distance, so the crowd only really noticed the massed approach when the aircraft lights went on and they started moving toward the airfield. I doubt we'll ever see such a spectacle again...
I went to Music In The Air at middle wallop some years ago, they did a massed helicopter approach while the live orchestra played Ride of the Valkyries. I thought that was impressive but nowhere near as many of them as that video!