This is a Turbine Enstrom Helicopter on the Heli Pad of a Greenpeace ship
some where off the coast of Ireland. One of the deck straps has not been
released correctly, with what was very nearly disastrous consequence. Pilot
skill and quick thinking saved the day.
Awful accident in Colombia
The video was presented by Noticas RCN, a news segment from Canal RCN of
The plane was operated by Patrulla Aérea Colombiana (Colombian Air
Patrol), a non-profit organization that helps people with medical
assistance on remote places of Colombia.
There was 4 people on board: The pilot and chief of medical staff, another
doctor, a little boy recently operated, and the mother of the boy. All died
instantly except the pilot, who died a few day later due to the extensive
burnings on his body.
May all they rest in peace.
Video is in spanish
Swedish Helicopter Crash
6/21/05 - STOCKHOLM, Sweden
I got this footage from last week. In the paper they say the "video showed
the rotor blades of the Lithuanian-registered MI-2 helicopter hitting a
tree, then clipping the top off a lamp post."
I never noticed the lamp being cut down, but you can clearly see it if you
focus on it. This was the guy's birthday present, a helicopter ride!
Instead he got a helicopter ride to the hospital.
CH-47 Chinook helicopter-RAF HC Mk2/2A Boeing-wheelie in reverse-emergency landing demonstration.
Stay with the video and see the Chinook helicopter CH-47 RAF HC Mk2/2A do a
reverse wheelie! Boeing HC Mk2/2A Chinook air show display with the
aircraft landing and doing a reverse take off with front gear off the
runway. (pinnicle landing) or demonstration of emergency landing. Display
Team is made up of personnel from 18(B) Squadron, and is supported by a
team of engineers from 18/27 Engineering Squadron, all based at RAF Odiham
in Hampshire. Look out for the fish mouth at the rear of the aircraft.
Flying skill in this air display.
The complete Chinnok display routine can be seen here.
Highlights from the air show can be found
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Mil Mi-26 Hélicoptère Russe géant décollage Lausanne
Le Mil Mi-26 est le plus gros hélicoptère au monde.
Pour plus d'informations, voir : http://www.gregdesign.ch
Il a été filmé sur l'aéroport de Lausanne lors de son décollage pour
effectuer une manoeuvre de levage du bateau de Alinghi. Tourné avec la
canon hv 30.
The Mil Mi-26 helicopter is the largest in the world. It was filmed at the
Lausanne airport during takeoff maneuver to perform a lifting of the boat
Alinghi. Shot with the Canon HV 30.
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Largest Crash in NASCAR History
Thanks to Rustyfan for this great capture. In 1960 Daytona Superspeedway
hosted this sportsman race. 68 cars entered into the race, back then there
were a maximum of 68 cars in a superspeedway race. Coming out of turn four
37 cars get into a massive wreck where at least six cars get on their
roofs. Amazingly, evryone walked away from this.
By the way, I am really getting tired of people having arguments that lead
to name calling and slander. If I see a comment that put another member
down or uses any derogatory language, I will delete it and any replies to
it immediately. Also, if you do not like racing or think it is a sport,
that's fine, but at least give some logical thought into a comment that you
post. I will once again delete any comment along the line of "nascar sucks"
or "nascar is for dumb rednecks LOL!!1!1".
All I ask is for some civilized conversation, and not trash talking.
Fatal plane crash - DH4 Caribou with controls locked
Results Of A Poor (or no) Preflight: Two test pilots on board, and no one
checked the controls free and clear before starting t/o roll. It hurts to
watch this video, but it's a dramatic reminder that there really are good
reasons to do a thorough preflight and to make sure the controls are free.
This happened just north of Winnipeg, and the aircraft was the first
version with PT-6-67 turboprops.
('Modernized' Caribou.) The Canadian DOT concluded that the control locks
were still locked when the aircraft took off. You who have flown the
Caribou wonder how that could have happened when it is physically
impossible to advance the throttles (past 1800 RPM) with the gust-lock in
-- but this aircraft had been modified (still Restricted Category) and the
throttle quadrant was not properly rigged to accommodate the throttle
levers for the turbine engines.