Aicraft accidents

Some nasty crashes!

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-3 1. Zoooidberg commented 10 years ago

Aw. Looks bad :S
What will happen if a jetfighter pilot ejects upside down during a low pass...?
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-5 2. mxmbulat commented 10 years ago

by the way the most cases are the helicopters. I will never fly helicopters. :S
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+7 3. ncc1701d commented 10 years ago

I have never had a fear of flying, cant say the same for crashing though....
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0 4. Buttmonkey commented 10 years ago

#2 the only way most of us would get on a helicopter, is if you are being rescued. i guess u feel safer dying on the ground.
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+2 5. sux2bu commented 10 years ago

#1 Is that a trick question or do you really not know what would happen?
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-1 6. Glubok commented 10 years ago

Hey, can anyone tell me the name of that song please ?
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+2 7. banzemanga commented 10 years ago

I guess that proves what people say that helicopters are the most difficult to drive.
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-4 8. Zoooidberg commented 10 years ago

#5 What do you think...?
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+5 9. sux2bu commented 10 years ago

#8 I think answering a question with another question gets you nowhere.
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0 10. badboy007 commented 10 years ago

1:22 shit that guy must have got chopped
people must have died.... and i wanna know how the helicopters star spinning :S::S
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0 11. AirborneJedi commented 10 years ago

I dont care about jetfigthers but i cant stand watching a heli crash it gives me chills this is in bad taste of snotr.com
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+2 12. TechnoKING commented 10 years ago

#10 Helicopters start spinning the tail rotor isn't moving at the right speed. As you can imagine that also applies to a tail rotor that is damaged or suddenly "missing" due to a collision. I can't seem to figure out why the fighter pilot ejected when he did tho, he must have known something we don't. 8-)
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+1 13. davebloke commented 10 years ago

In Response post number 7 glubok i can't remember the name of the song but the band is called candlebox i do have an album or 2 of theirs and some of their other stuff is just as good
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-1 14. Glubok commented 10 years ago

Thx davebloke !
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+1 15. donotthink commented 10 years ago

#12 It's from an air show over Stockholm. During the presentation of the then still very new aircraft, JAS 39 Gripen, the pilot did what is called pilot-induced oscillation. The lag between input, pilot action and actual conditions don't work out.

The result is an airplane that flies like a brick, in this case at such a low altitude it cannot be recovered safely.
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0 16. wainus commented 10 years ago

lol, glubok u beat me to it
thanks davebloke
after a quick visit to youtube i find the tracks called
'far behind'
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-6 17. mistermark commented 10 years ago

Way to go snotr. Thanks for entertaining us with videos of people being killed. You guys must be really proud of yourselves.
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-4 18. slep commented 10 years ago

Do these pilots have any sorts of training to go with them? How do you screw up a landing? "here a nice soft landing we are on the gound.. i wonder what happens WHEN I TURN THE WHEEL HARD LEFT!!! YEA AWESOME SPINNING AROUND UNCONTROLABLY"
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-2 19. 95731 commented 10 years ago

wow.... that last one was retarded lol
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0 20. Ovex38 commented 10 years ago

#10 I saw the longer video on that crash, and they all survived, amazingly! @(removed comment):22

#19 that was at an airshow when the tips of the Heli blades touched. What a traumatic result! there were several deaths in that accident.
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-1 21. x3style commented 10 years ago

#18
They don't do it intentionally as you can see most of the crashes that you see a heli go off is because of wind currents.
You go in smooth then suddenly a strong back wind comes and in 1 sec your heli gets a kick in the back and you rocket ahead...crash.
Or you try setting the heli down then a side wind kicks in when your 30cm off the pad and throws you overboard.

Let a feather drop then blow it away its the same principle.

As for the rotor the rotation force generated from rotating the top rotor needs to be permanently and exactly compensated for the heli to float if at any give time its not exact you start spinning and that's pretty much it.

Although these crashes look horrible heli's are the only craft able to do certain jobs like saving our lives and accidents like these are very rare compared to car accidents for example.

When your fighting nature sometimes nature reminds you who's boss.
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0 22. moronblaster commented 10 years ago

#6 Far Behind by Candlebox