Fatal T-6 Plane Crash in Santa Rosa, Florida - 3/6/2010
On March 6, 2010, at 1236 central standard time, a North American SNJ-6, N47LF, was destroyed when it impacted the Gulf of Mexico about 1 mile south of Topsail Hill Reserve State Park, Santa Rosa Beach, Florida. The certificated commercial pilot and the passenger were fatally injured. Visual meteorological conditions prevailed. The airplane, part of a five-airplane formation, was not operating on a flight plan. The personal flight was being conducted under the provisions of 14 Code of Federal Regulations Part 91.
T-6 Landing Mishap (check update vid: 'T-6 Landing Mishap - Explanation!')
check update vid: T-6 Landing Mishap (Explanation!:
north american t-6 texan landing mishap (after loss of tailwheel steering
due to broken spring..), pilot walter eichhorn has pictures of broken
spring laying in the tail after landing.
if interested please feel free to contact walter on his privat phone:
pete ruppert photography, division flyyy, sky monkeys,
Yak 52 Crash in Romania
Yak-52 with propeller trouble. crash and his pilot die 1994. taken From
Chilean TV MEGAVISION Channel
Tragic Airplane Accident - Biplane Loses Power on T.O.
Content may be upsetting to some people. Recommend 18+. Textbook example of
incipient spin following power loss and attempt to turn back to the
Quote from romu1us007, on Japanese report of same accident.
Aircraft Manufacturer: de Havilland Aircraft
Aircraft Model: DH-82A
Aircraft Registration: VH-UNA
Occurrence Number: 199401106 Occurrence Type: Accident
State: NSW Inv Category: 3
Date: Sunday 01 May 1994
Time: 1355 hours
both pilot and wing waler died.. this was in Australia (Luskintyre, NSW,
google "VH-UNA crash" and you will find all the details...
SQ2 GOT STOL?
STOL Quest 2, aka SQ2, in action. If you are interested in the SQ2 please
contact us for more information at www.alaska-stol-specialists.com or (302)
No airplanes were damaged during the filming of this movie.
AV-8B Harrier Operations Yuma
Video by Cpl. Megan Scullin 3D Marine Aircraft Wing Combat Camera
U.S. Marines with Marine Attack Squadron (VMA) 311, Marine Air Group (MAG)
13, 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing (MAW) depart to conduct a live-fire exercise
during Desert Scimitar (DS-14) on Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Ariz., May
13, 2014. DS-14 is a large scale combined arms, live-fire exercise
integrating ground troops from 1st Marine Division, aviation and logistical
support from 3rd MAW and 1st Marine Logistics Group to ensure that our
nation is fully prepared for employment as a maneuver force across the
range of military operations.
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NEW CHALLENGER to Leopard 2 and Abrams Tanks Russian T 90MS Main Battle Tank
Great tank for Russian military be interesting to see it against the
leopard 2 and Abrams tanks The T-90 is a Russian third-generation main
battle tank that is essentially a modernisation of the T-72B, incorporating
many features of the T-80U (it was originally to be called the T-72BU,
later renamed to T-90). It is currently the most modern tank in service
with the Russian Ground Forces and Naval Infantry. Although a development
of the T-72, the T-90 uses a 125mm 2A46 smoothbore tank gun, 1G46 gunner
sights, a new engine, and thermal sights. Standard protective measures
include a blend of steel, composite armour, smoke mortars, Kontakt-5
explosive-reactive armor, laser warning receivers, Nakidka camouflage and
the Shtora infrared ATGM jamming system. The EMT-7 electromagnetic pulse
(EMP) creator has been used in testing but not fitted to T-90s in active
service. It is designed and built by Uralvagonzavod, in Nizhny Tagil,
Russia. Since 2011, the Russian armed forces have ceased ordering the T-90,
and are instead waiting for the development of the Universal Combat
Platform T-99 that is expected to enter service in 2020.
The performance characteristics of the T-90MS "Tagil"
Combat weight, t 48
Crew - 3
Length with gun forward, mm 9530
Length, mm 6860
Overall width, 3460 mm
125-mm cannon 2A46M-5
Ammunition, 40 rounds
Guided weapons 9K119M "Reflex-M"
Coaxial machine gun 7.62 mm 6P7K
Ammunition, shot in 2000
Anti-aircraft machine gun 7.62 mm 6P7K with UDP (T05BV-1)
Ammunition, 800 rounds
Engine In-92S2F2, 1130, p. a.
Fuel tank capacity, l 1 200 400
Power density, n. a. / t 24
Maximum speed, km / h 60
Cruising on the highway, 500 km
Ground pressure, kgf / cm 0.98 Attention
The new 2011 made T-90MS "Tagil" the worlds best tank currently hands down.
This tank was named T-90MS on purpose to mislead NATO to believe that its
"just an upgraded T-90". While T-90 was upgraded already in 1999 the T-90A
"Vladimir" that is current Russian MBT and T-90MS "Tagil" hopefully will be
next to enter service soon. This has completely new turret and it is so
radically modified and upgraded that it is completely new tank compared to
the normal modernized T-90A it has very little in common anymore with the
normal T-90 that was made few examples in 1991 or 1993. Anyway, during
second Chechen campaign T-90A got hit up to 7 times with different RPGs,
modern and old ones and it remained in action. No T-90A tank has ever been
destroyed and that is current Russian MBT, it has the longest range of all
tanks due to its capability to launch laser guided missiles trough its
125mm smoothbore gun up to 5-6km. Just some few of the new features: T-90MS
is production version featuring new explosive reactive armor (ERA) Relikt,
new 1,250 PS (920 kW) engine, new improved turret and composite armor, new
gun, new thermal imaging Catherine-FC from Thales, an enhanced
environmental control system for providing cooled air to the fighting
compartment, integrated tactical system, satellite navigation and others.
DSHK with IR camera, and PNM Sosna-U gunner view, 7.62mm turret UDP T05BV-1
RWS, GLONASS+inertial navigation, explosive reactive armor (ERA) Relikt and
ammunition is now mounted in rear of the turret for improved crew safety
and using an improved faster
autoloader, the list could go on...etc etc etc. So really its not a "T-90"
anymore even...its a whole new different 3.5 generation tank.
The T-90's main armament is the 2A46M 125 mm smoothbore tank gun. This is a
highly modified version of the Sprut anti-tank gun, and is the same gun
used as the main armament on the T-80-series tanks. It can be replaced
without dismantling the inner turret and is capable of firing
armour-piercing fin-stabilized discarding sabot (APFSDS), high-explosive
anti-tank (HEAT-FS), and high explosive fragmentation (HE-FRAG) ammunition,
as well as 9M119M Refleks anti-tank guided missiles. The Refleks missile
has semi-automatic laser beam-riding guidance and a tandem hollow-charge
HEAT warhead. It has an effective range of 100 m to 6 km, and takes 17.5
seconds to reach maximum range. Refleks can penetrate about 950 millimetres
(37 in) of steel armour and can also engage low-flying air targets such as
The NSV 12.7mm (12.7x108) remotely controlled anti-aircraft Heavy machine
gun can be operated from within the tank by the commander and has a range
of 2 km and a cyclic rate of fire of 700--800 rounds per minute with 300
rounds available (the NSV was replaced by the Kord heavy machine gun in the
late 1990s). The PKMT 7.62mm (7.62x54mm R) coaxial machine gun weighs about
10.5 kg while the ammunition box carries 250 rounds (7000 rounds carried)
and weighs an additional 9.5 kg.
Like other modern Russian tanks the 2A46M in the T-90 is fed by an
automatic loader which removes the need for a manual loader in the tank and
reduces the crew to 3 (commander, gunner, and driver). The autoloader can
Midair Collision - Aussie Bristol Beauforts collide and crash
A flight of three World War II Royal Australian (notBritish) Air Force
Beauforts perform a picture-perfect low pass for the cameras when something
goes terribly wrong.
"The two Beauforts A9-27 and A9-268, of the RAAF's 8 OTU, collided over
Jervis Bay on 14 April 1943 while performing a 'Prince of Wales' break for
people of the media."
"All eight crew members were killed when both aircraft hit the water: Crew
of A9-27 F/O Raymond Sydney Green (Pilot), F/O Maurice Francis Hoban, F/Sgt
Eric William Sweetnam, Sgt Albert John Bailey. Crew of A9-268 F/Lt David
George Dey (Pilot), P/O Jack Norman, P/O Rex Lindsay Solomon, Sgt Hugh
Sydney George Richardson."
de Havilland Beaver Plane Crash at Lake Hood (HD)
This is a video of the deHavilland beaver plane crash at Lake Hood in
Anchorage AK, on June 7, 2009. My father and I were videotaping planes at
Lake Hood taking off and landing when the wind kicked up and sent the
Beaver taking off right at us.
The wing was less than 5 feet over our heads, and the radial engine was
less than 8 feet to my left. No exaggeration!! The Slow motion at the end
gives a little better look at how close it was. Everyone onboard was in
pristine condition, 2 adults, 2 children and 2 dogs
For those wondering what camcorder I use it is a Canon VIXIA HF20
If you have any questions or would like to work out a non-exclusive licence
please message me at email@example.com