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While performing a roll maneuver, a student pilot for the Arizona Air National Guard lost consciousness during a recent training exercise.
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 F-15. 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.
Original title " Rafale, BAE vie for Malaysia's new fighter jets contract" France's Rafale fighter jet is emerging as the frontrunner as Malaysia looks to replace its aging fleet of combat aircraft, even though its competitor BAE remains confident. SHOWS: LANGKAWI, MALAYSIA (MARCH 21, 2017) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1. VARIOUS OF MODEL OF RAFALE JET 2. SIGN READING (English): "BAE SYSTEMS" 3. VARIOUS OF EUROFIGHTER TYPHOONS 4. TYPHOONS COCKPIT 5. (SOUNDBITE)(English) BAE SYSTEMS SALES DIRECTOR, APAC REGION, MILITARY AIR AND INFORMATION, STEVE OSBORNE SAYING: "We believe this gives the government of Malaysia the confidence in us that they may go with us and the MRCA (Multi-Role Combat Aircraft) program also." 6 (SOUNDBITE)(English) UNITED KINGDOM MINISTER FOR DEFENCE PROCUREMENT, HAR...
Sound travels at about 760 miles per hour, or 340 meters per second and about 661 knots on an average day at sea level. And sometimes, you can almost see it. Going close to that speed through air can cause some unusual visual effects. This compiled footage includes F-14s, standard and Blue Angels F-18s, plus the SR-71 and an Atlas Rocket launch. AVweb contacted sources at NASA to research the phenomena. Video researched, edited, narrated by Glenn Pew http://www.glennpew.com/ Clip Credit: 0:14-0:20 Andy Painter; watch the full-length video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Igy_MYJpVcQ&feature=share&list=PLDB1FBF929D77A8C4 F-18 credit at 1:05 by Jorg Amann
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Pilot Rainer Kamitz puts the amazing 8-foot radio-controlled 'Futura' jet through its paces at an airshow in Langenau, Germany. Rainer Kamitz beim Flugtag des MSV Langenau 2013.06.16 2nd flight ►►► http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QDvj7HkBb0M Spw. / Wingspan: 2.5m Länge / Lenght: 2.5m Turbine: P200 JetCat Gewicht / Weight: 18 Kg Bausatz / Kit: Tomahwak http://tomahawk-design.com/produkte/modelle/jetmodelle/tomahawk-futura-250cm/ SPEED approx 250 mph
A support member of the Blue Angels acrobatic team gets to go up with one of his pilots - and we re not sure he enjoyed the ride A support member of the Blue Angels acrobatic team gets to go up with one of his pilots - and we re not sure he enjoyed the ride A support member of the Blue Angels acrobatic team gets to go up with one of his pilots - and we re not sure he enjoyed the ride US Navy fighter jet engineer passes out during practice flight US Navy fighter jet engineer passes out during practice flight US Navy fighter jet engineer passes out during practice flight
An amateur video has been released which shows the moment a US navy jet breaks the speed of sound flying past an aircraft carrier, leaving an explosive sonic boom in its wake. In the 27-second video posted to YouTube, the F/A-18C Hornet flies past a group of watching sailors on an aircraft carrier at incredible speed, before a tail or air appears behind the jet and an explosive noise is heard as it breaks the speed of sound. The jet needed to reach speeds of roughly 768 mph in order to break the speed of sound. The distinct white-coloured sonic boom at the tail of the plane is the result of the shock waves caused from reaching supersonic speed.
fighter jet sonic boom compilation Breaking the sound barrier at Supersonic speed and creating the sonic boom and vapor cone. Extremely Low Flying Fighter Jet - Pure Sounds, Sonic Boom F/A-18E/F Super Hornet RAF Typhoon Hope you enjoy!!! Please do subscribe and like. Feel free to give your suggestion and tips
Scenic Dubai landing of QF9 inbound from Melbourne! Qantas Airways Limited is the flag carrier airline of Australia and its largest airline by fleet size, international flights and international destinations. It is the third oldest airline in the world, after KLM and Avianca having been founded in November 1920; it began international passenger flights in May 1935. The Qantas name comes from "QANTAS", an acronym for its original name, "Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Services", and it is nicknamed "The Flying Kangaroo". Qantas is a founding member of the Oneworld airline alliance. The airline is based in the Sydney suburb of Mascot with its main hub at Sydney Airport. Qantas has a 65% share of the Australian domestic market and carries 14.9% of all passengers travelling in and o...