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Discussion in 'Hangar Flying' started by autoreply, Oct 20, 2011.
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=AN24 take-off =at the end...14:50.
Onboard a Muddy Takeoff From Russia - YouTube
I'm not sure if the russian pilot was out of vodka or had plenty in that last video.
Here's the view from the field.
at first I wasn't getting what the big deal was, then I saw the video from outside I think who really needed vodka were the passengers in there
Think about the unpredictable weight gain and CG shift due to all of the mud thrown up onto the empennage.
I have taken off from a slush covered runway and blown a tire on landing due to a frozen brake. I have heard of landing gear being frozen in the wheel wells.
Here's an interesting collection of videos:
Mandatory for everyone that likes "low and slow"
Potty mouth pilot :ermm:
I suspect someone here may have already posted this, but just in case...
German technology displayed in 1947 airshow footage. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=1723870789084
Great! Now I know what bait to use to catch a helicopter
Worth to look all three parts (Deadalus flight... 3 parts):
Nice to see how it works!
Parachute shooting test of the Esqual VM 1C - YouTube
Early "flights" compilation.
Ran across this cool video of how to build a bomber in WW2.
That poster also has other interesting videos: Footage Farm Ltd - YouTube
Nice video of Karl Striedieck's sailplane operation:
A Tcraft I rebuilt back in the early 1990's.
red tcraft - YouTube
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