One of the best warbird meetings in southern Germany.
Eines der besten Warbirdmeetings in Süddeutschland.
Open your speakers ... take a beer and popcorn ... ENJOY
Lautsprecher aufdrehen ... hole Bier und Popcorn ... Viel Spass
Music: Zero Pilot
Album: Fairytale 2
Title: The Crusader's Return
Plane crash compilation part 3 In HD
Plane crashes and fail compilation part 3 In HD.
Please enjoy this amazing compilation of crashes and fails. Please like and
Music by myself.
Music available here: http://audiojungle.net/user/TimJanssens
The Awesome "CAD WEST" Low Flying Jet Site In Wales "Mach Loop".
This was my first visit to the "Mach Loop" Whilst on holiday in north Wales
in 2009. It was awesome, I was very lucky, on my first day there were over
30 passes, and on my second day loads of Typhoons and a F15 with
afterburner. The photographers up there were a very friendly people, and I
would like to thank all of them, for the tips and advice they gave me about
the Mach Loop. Cad West was definitely my favorite site on the loop.
Focke Wulf 190 AWESOME SOUND !!!
FW190 Engine startup, fly and taxing at Breitscheid Airshow 2010.
This FW190 is a 1:1 new build replica (almost 98% like the original
aircraft, exept the engine).
The parts came from "Flugwerk" as a kit and "Meier Motors" put it together
and made it airworthy.
These new FW190 replicas were sold with a Russian/Chinese ASh-82 14 cyl.
radial engine, which was a good match for the rare BMW801 14 cyl. radial
engines at a much lower cost. The replicas were designed with a new 3-blade
prop, but one of the first examples crashed from a failure in the electric
prop control. The 4-blade was a matched prop from the Tu-2 that was
substituted while the problem with the new 3-blade was fixed. The 3-blade
prop is now back in use.
This aircraft is now flying in the USA.
Most Epic RC mid air collision crash ever captured at SCCMAS
This was a mid air collision and crash between a World Models 80"
Mitsubishi Zero with a Fuji-Imvac 50 cc gas EI engine & a 450 size electric
helicopter on 03/24/2013 at SCCMAS.org recorded by Walter Colby
www.waltercolby.com the Camera was a JVC GY-HM 700U recording 720P 60
frames per second.
Giant Rc Warbirds Flying Together
Corsair F4U-F and P-47 Thunderbolt formation flight.
Five pilots from three different countries flying together for the very
first time at the AIRMEET 2012 in Sarre-Union (France).
Plane / Engine / Pilot:
P-47 - Moki 250 - Franz Obenauf (Austria)
Corsair FU4 - Moki 250 - Willi Schachermayer "FRÄSER" (Austria)
Corsair FU4 - 3W 150 - Jürgen Prinz (Germany)
P-47 - Moki 250 - Maxime Gachot (France)
Corsair FU4 - Moki 250 - Marc Hauss (France)
Music by Zero Project
"Sunrise Over The Misty Mountains"
Tank Overhaul - Episode 2 - The Panther
Own the first two seasons:
Blu Ray Combo Pack:
Tank Overhaul invites you into a world where military enthusiasts,
collectors, and restorers combine their know-how with 21st Century
technology to restore the greatest battle tanks of all time. From the
original salvage, to the rebuilding process, to the history behind the
innovations that made each machine great, watch as one American tank and
one German tank get re-built to their former glory.
Program 2: The Panther - The team labors to add a rare German PzKpfw V
Panther tank to one of the most prestigious tank collections in the world.
Recovered from a riverbed in Poland, the badly mangled hulk presents an
incredible challenge to the crew of experts, but also offers clues to the
events on the fateful day of its destruction back in World War II.
The Galopping Ghost - Testflight Crash
The test flight of the "Galopping Ghost" with an old experimental engine
ends in a cornfield.
Location: Warbirdmeeting - Oberhausen 2012 - Friday evening.
The Ghost is repaired and ready for the next show flight with a new,
Have a look at the flight in 2011 ... same plane same pilot same place ...
GREAT SOUND !!!
RC - IG Warbird CH - Mollis 2013
A small warbird meeting at the end of the season in the Swiss Alps.
Ein kleines Warbirdtreffen zum Saisonabschluss in den schweizer Alpen.
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75 year old Messerschmitt BF109 E4 flys again
The only surviving Messerschmitt BF109E-4 still flying. It was shot down
and belly landed in a field during the Battle of Britain in 1940. It is
currently with the Russel Aviation Group, Ontario Canada.
Semi Scale 2010 German Championship - Review
Rc - Semi Scale - Deutsche Meiterschaft 2010 für Motorflugzeuge in Bad
Music by Alchemorph Soundtracks - Grounded
Songs: Leanne / Grounded End Credits / Lost Dreams
FW190 found in forest clearing - Outside of Leningrad
Information from researchers involved with the restoration confirms that
the pilot of the Fw190, Paul Rätz, was a POW and repatriated to Germany in
1949. He passed away in 1989 and his son aided in the research for the
Paul Rätz was a ground crew member before becoming a pilot with 1./JG54 in
1942 and 1943. He had several air victories and survived three crash
landings. He was best known as a ground attack pilot and transferred to to
4./JG54 on July 9, 1943. Ten days later on July 19 he crashed with this
plane during a mission to attack a train.
"Fw190 A5 White A of 4./JG54
This Focke-wulf 190 was manufactured in April 1943, originally as an A-5
variant and supplied with the full work number 0151227 by the parent
factory of Focke-Wulf Flugzeugbau GmbH at Bremen.
THE LOSS OF FW190 A5 W.Nr 1227.
On Monday 19th July 1943 Fw190 A-5 W.Nr 1227 'White A' went on a mission
carrying a SC250 (550Ib) bomb. Taking off from Siwerskaja, on what was
probably a hot summer day, 'White A' headed for the Front line which was
only fifteen or so minutes flight time away. Crossing the front line over
the Dvina River, the Fw190, flying with another crossed it and headed East.
Whilst behind enemy lines, in an area called Voibakala, the 'Rotte'
attacked an armoured train and reportedly suffered damage from flak. The
loss report indicates the Fw190 crash landed due to this damage, although
none was located on the airframe. It Fw190 suffered a catastrophic failure
of the BMW801, caused by a rag -sabotage is suspected as it was a new
engine was fitted a few days before. The Fw190 was recorded as being 100%
lost in the map reference co-ordinates of Pl.Qu.20124. This grid system
based on 1:200,000 maps was used to identify crash sites, possibly for
salvage, recovery of missing pilots or as the best way of identifying an
area consisting of unpronounceable Russian towns, villages and large areas
of forests and lakes. The more numbers the Pl.Qu. reference gives, the
smaller the area of the location. A key to this 'code', would help identify
literally dozens of possible recoveries within Russia!!
The pilot Feldwebel Paul Rätz survived the crash landed behind enemy
lines. He removed his leather flying helmet and retrieved the first air kit
from the rear fuselage and is thought to have headed West back to the front
line only a dozen or so miles from the crash site. He was undoubtedly
captured by the Russians and interned although the Luftwaffe loss report
still class him as 'Vermißt' (missing) in action.
Found in silver birch forest 1989.
Recovered in 1991
Owners = Doug/David Arnold and now Paul Allen.
The restoration revealed that this Fw190 most likely crashed from engine
sabotage. The engine was newly installed and the oil lines were found to be
blocked. The engine factories often used prisoner labor, so sabotage
sometimes happened. The restoration is nearly complete, including a new
wing spar to replace the cracked original.
A partial restoration was started in the early 90s, then it was sold to the
Flying Heritage Collection. Much of the restoration was competed in the
UK and the aircraft is now in the US for final work and paint. It's
expected to be completed soon.