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RAF Harrier crash lands- pilot ejects to safety - video

A British RAF Harrier jet fighter crashes upon landing in Kandahar, Afghanistan May 14, 2009 The pilot ejects to safety [flash=640x390]http://wwwyoutubecom/v/o0GM8Oz_fEc[/flash]

Student crashes T-2C Buckeye trainer jet onto USS Lexington - video

This student trying to land on a carrier got too low and slow while trying to wave off The canopies flying in the air were jettisoned as other students on the deck exit their aircraft using emergency ground procedures Note the brave enlisted guy who keeps trying to save the pilot in spite of the flame and the well drilled flight deck crew who knew exactly what to do and started breaking out the firehoses instantly with almost zero confusion The audio is the LSO's Landing Signal Officer

Four humvees airdropped out of a C-17 - video

A C-17 Globemaster III drops four High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicles HMMWV or Humvee out of the rear cargo ramp The Humvees were "daisy-chained" in a heavy sequential drop configuration; they were moving at approximately 140 knots as they left the ramp [flash=640x390]http://wwwyoutubecom/v/mIIpVjcRpCA[/flash]

Soldier accidently shoots his hat off during parade misfire - video

A Polish soldier has a misfire when preparing to fire volleys in a parade commemorating Polish Independence regained on Nov, 11th, 1918 He misses his head by inches and blows his hat off Amazingly everyone held ranks and carried on as if it never happened Even though it was probably a blank round they still have some force to them [flash=640x390]http://wwwyoutubecom/v/-X21S0estDI[/flash]

German WW2 jet - The Me-163 Komet - video

Funny looking little stubby plane, I imagine it must have been revolutionary for its day and look even more bizarre to the pilots used to seeing propellers on aircraft I wonder how much it would have affected the war if they were operational a year or 2 earlier [flash=640x510]http://wwwyoutubecom/v/H0lCv9MJnSg[/flash] As you can see in the video the landing of the planes was problematic The airplane lacked steering or braking control during the landing run, leaving the pilot u

New hybrid combat vehicles displayed at show - image

Two hybrid-powered combat vehicles CERV and FTTS that offer both fuel economy and stealth are on display at the US Army booth at the 2011 Chicago Auto Show, which opened its 10-day run Friday February 11, 2011 The Quantum Technologies Clandestine Extended Range Vehicle, CERV, and the Future Tactical Truck System, FTTS, represent the Army's next generation joint light tactical vehicles and high performance light duty off-road hybrid trucks Capable of carrying three soldiers with gear,

Italian Special Forces boarding a cruise ship - great video

Italian Navy Special Forces practicing boarding a cruise ship How are they getting that rope to go up to the deck Its like an Indian rope trick The helicopter is there for covering fire, in case hostiles try to stop them [flash=640x390]http://wwwyoutubecom/v/8C5SGHhSg_Q[/flash]

C130 approach for landing using the combat style - videos

C130K Hercules carrying out a standard combat zone approach and landingThis is known as the 'Khe Sahn' approach and was developed by the USAF during the Vietnam War Still used today [flash=640x510]http://wwwyoutubecom/v/kR7dNhYBWzUfs=1[/flash] Here is a similar landing as seen from the cockpit - amazing Blue Angels: Fat Albert Airline on board camera cockpit crew [flash=640x390]http://wwwyoutubecom/v/Z9h_pD9wC_kfs=1[/flash]

The last flying WW2 Japanese Zero - video

This is the only WWII Japanese aircraft that is flyable today with an original Japanese WWII engine, the Mitsubishi Sakae 14-cylinder, Model 31 “Prosperity This A6M5 Zero is owned by the Planes of Fame Museum located in Chino, California In the late 1970s, this aircraft was restored to flying status The engine was restored by the Stewart-Davis Company in Long Beach, California… This aircraft was built by Nakajima under license from Mitsubishi in May 1943 and was later captured by US M

What was the slowest you ever flew the SR-71 Blackbird?

As a former SR-71 pilot, and a professional keynote speaker, the question I'm most often asked is "How fast would that SR-71 fly" I can be assured of hearing that question several times at any event I attend It's an interesting question, given the aircraft's proclivity for speed, but there really isn't one number to give, as the jet would always give you a little more speed if you wanted it to It was common to see 35 miles a minute Because we flew a programmed Mach number on mo

Torpedo found floating in shipping lane - image

20ft 6m torpedo believed to have come from a wreck was found floating close to a busy cross-Channel shipping lane, lifeboat officials have said Fisherman Peter Storey spotted the device five miles 8km off Beachy Head, near Eastbourne in East Sussex Officials at Dover Coastguard and the Royal Navy's bomb disposal team were alerted on Tuesday afternoon Bomb disposal experts later confirmed the device's explosive charge had corroded and it posed no risk Mark Sawyer, a coxswain w

What happens when a fighter jet gets too close to a bomber - video

Both the fighter and the bomber are taxiing down the runway, however the fighter gets too close to the backwash from the bombers engine [flash=640x505]http://wwwyoutubecom/v/AEBJjdnMW0Yfs=1[/flash]

Oops ... Military Tank accidents - images and videos

Series of photos and videos of some military accidents mostly accidents with tanks : Fascinating

Special Forces in Iraq - video of operations

Special Forces in Iraq with Iraqi soldiers raiding houses and capturing wanted men as well as engaging in tactical operations The Iraqis sometimes seem passive needing to be herded on the missions to their objectives A great video worth watching [flash=650x534]http://wwwliveleakcom/e/cb4_1296842984[/flash]

Footpatrol - a documentary about a platoon of soldiers fighting in Zabul Afghanistan - videos

A Platoon of 50 US soldiers from the 1st Battalion 4th Regiment are trying to fight the Taliban by themselves in a vast and isolated mountainous region in the front line in the War on Terror in Afghanistan And the only way to accomplish the mission is on foot patrol 10 soldiers explain to the camera their personal view of the insights in the front line of what they define as a ''forgotten war'' A rare report were soldiers talk openly and sincerely about why they joined the Army, the
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