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Wea0versd 07-18-2013 12:34 PM

I just found this and think it looks awesome

engadin 08-19-2013 10:20 PM

EADS Bf109G4 crashed yesterday
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Listen to the engine after the first turn, a hair raising experience indeed, given the low alt the pilot is flying at. He landed it on the belly, wheels up, to minimize the damage.

No news about pilot's health, but looking at the photos, it doesn't seem he got injured as the aircraft is mostly intact. Hope his back is as new as well.


swiss 08-20-2013 08:44 AM


looks like the typical Clod belly landing.

Btw, what made you pick engadin as your username?

engadin 08-20-2013 09:30 AM

Visited the valley some 8 years ago, loved it, learned the name, sound good to me for a nickname and here we are :)


MB_Avro_UK 08-20-2013 09:22 PM

Wooden propeller? That would help save the engine.

Best Regards,

bongodriver 08-20-2013 10:05 PM

They just need to find out what porked it to cause the failure.

Robert 08-20-2013 11:52 PM

Sweet Supermarine. I usually don't see these so it's a rare treat to me.

TomcatViP 09-23-2013 01:14 AM

The RAF Bomber Command in Color
One in many day of operation aboard the Lancaster.

Commented color footage of an exceptional archive. 1hr long document. Seat back and relax.

Target for today: BERLiN!

~S & Enjoy!

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K_Freddie 01-31-2014 06:05 PM

The only airworthy Shack...
.. at the SAAF's museum does it's regular ground run.
My camera audio is not that good.. but those engines, when they synchronised, made the ground under my feet shake - what a buzz it was.. 50m from that thing at full tilt.
This is a small sample of 15 minutes or so at max...!!??
Propellerheads.. enjoy with loud speakers

Tempest123 07-06-2014 06:32 PM

Life inside a P-63
I know we can all search youtube but I thought this was cool because its rare, a different feeling than other warbirds, enjoy the whine of the gearbox and driveshaft.

Treetop64 07-06-2014 07:31 PM

Lol, that thing needs some lube. :P

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Originally Posted by shelby (Post 707670)

Beatiful Birds...

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KG26_Alpha 12-16-2014 12:15 PM


Originally Posted by shelby (Post 707688)

Not anymore unfortunately. :(

Date: 10-JUL-2003
Time: 1310
Type: CASA 2.111
Owner/operator: American Airpower Heritage Flying Museum
Registration: N72615
C/n / msn: T8-B-124
Fatalities: Fatalities: 2 / Occupants: 2
Other fatalities: 0
Airplane damage: Written off (damaged beyond repair)
Location: 2 miles SE of Cheyenne airport, WY. - United States of America
Phase: Approach
Nature: Ferry/positioning
Departure airport: Midland, TX (MAF)
Destination airport: Missoula, MT (MSO)
The airplane, a Spanish-built version of the WW2 Heinkel 111 bomber, was en route to an air show and was making a refueling stop at Cheyenne. The tower controller cleared the pilot to land.
The airplane was observed on a 3-mile straight-in final approach when it began a left turn. The controller asked the pilot what his intentions were. The pilot replied, "We just lost our left engine."
The pilot then reported that he wasn't going to make it to the airport. Witnesses observed the airplane flying "low to the ground and under-speed for [a] good 4 minutes."
The right propeller was turning, but the left propeller was not .
There was no fire or smoke coming from the left engine.
The pilot was "obviously trying to pull up.
" The airplane "dipped hard left," then struck the ground left wing first.
It slid through a chain link fence, struck a parked automobile, and collided with a school bus wash barn.
The ensuing fire destroyed the airplane, parked car, and wash barn. Disassembly and examination of both engines disclosed no anomalies that would have been causal or contributory to the accident.
According to the Airplane Flight Manual, "Maximum power will probably be required to maintain flight with one engine inoperative.
Maximum power at slow air speed may cause loss of directional control."

CAUSE: A loss of engine power for reasons undetermined, and the pilot's failure to maintain aircraft control.
Contributing factors were the unsuitable terrain on which to make a forced landing, low airspeed, the fence, automobile, and the school bus wash barn.

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ucanfly 01-30-2015 08:45 PM

Il2M3 and 190A5 flying "in cockpit" video
Not sure if this has been posted already since video is a couple of years old and I haven't been around for awhile. Havent seen an in cockpit video in 190 before.

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Spitfire EP122 flew for the first time this morning.


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