Foxy Lady has dramatic belly landing.

The last Sea Vixen plane bursts into flames as it crashes on the runway after its landing gear failed before the pilot walks away unscathed after incredible manoeuvre. Sea Vixen XP924 'Foxy Lady' is operated by Fly Navy Heritage Trust Navy Wings. It first flew on September 23, 1963 and was delivered to 899 Squadron at RNAS Yeovilton on December 18, 1963. Retirement from active service saw her sent to the Royal Naval Aircraft Yard at Belfast in August 1971.

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+4 1. torbengb commented 81 days ago

Good thing there's a description up there, because the video sure doesn't show anything.

(Okay I can see the canopy coming off, but that's not saying much.)
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+3 2. ComentAtor commented 81 days ago

yeap .. thanx for the article .. great skill ,
my father died in 1980 while trying to belly land an only 10 year old but mulfunctioning Soko J-22
i'll never know the details .. military secret
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+4 3. Natan_el_Tigre commented 81 days ago

From the article: "...the Vixen 'epitomised the radical and innovative thinking of British engineers and designers of the time'. Then, "Of the 145 Vixens constructed, 54 of them were lost in accidents, including burst tyre, canopy shattering and engine problems." :x
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+1 4. Dennis53 commented 81 days ago

Come on, Snotr, this video shows none of this drama. Don't waste people's time like this.
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+1 5. fjwjr commented 81 days ago

Gripping footage of the fence......