Aircraft Store Separation Incidents

Aircraft Store Separation Incidents

Aircraft Store Separation Incidents. When things come back to bite you in the ass!

Top 10 incident with ships |Full HD|

Top 10 incident with ships |Full HD|

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Worst Failed Missile Compilation

Worst Failed Missile Compilation

Worst Failed Missile Compilation 2016

Stolen or Captured Fighter Jets Mig 15 F 86 Mig 21 Mig 25

Stolen or Captured Fighter Jets Mig 15 F 86 Mig 21 Mig 25

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10 Most Insane Main Battle Tanks In The World

10 Most Insane Main Battle Tanks In The World

10 Most Insane Main Battle Tanks In The World ► Subscribe: https://goo.gl/vHN6qB For copyright matters please contact us at: miniminter1992.29@gmail.com Tanks have played a vital role in military history since their invention. Since then different countries have tried to come up with the most protected, the most powerful, and the most war machines the world has ever seen. Some tanks are entirely new designs while others are improved versions of battle-tested hardware. There’s a big debate over which country has the most powerful tank, and we put together a list for you to consider. But before we get to it, make sure to subscribe and turn on notifications so you’ll be the first to know when we release a new video. 10. T-14 Armata – This is a new generation Russian main battle tank, and has 3 separate hull compartments; the forward crew cab, an unmanned remote controlled turret in the center, and its engine compartment in the rear. 9. Type 99A2 – This Chinese main battle tank was developed beginning in 2003 and entered trials in 2007. It has a number of changes in terms of firepower, mobility, protection, and technology over the earlier Type 99 tanks. It has an improved 125mm smoothbore gun. 8. T-84 Oplot M – This new generation Ukrainian main battle tank was first revealed in 2008. This tank is fitted with Duplet built-in Explosive Reactive Armor which is a type of armor that uses multiple layers of high explosive sandwiched between the armor plates which offers a high level of protection against modern armor piercing ammunition. 7. Type 10 Hitomaru – The Japanese Type 10 Main Battle Tank is made by the Mitsubishi Heavy Industries company and is a 4th generation main battle tank. 6. Leopard 2A7+ - This German main battle tank is a new generation tank based on the Leopard 2 which was developed in the 1970’s for the West German Army. The Leopard 2A7+ is a further development of the 2A6 and has many technological advances and features enhanced protection and reconnaissance capabilities. It can operate in low-intensity conflicts and in high-intensity warfare. 5. T-90AM – This Russian Main Battle Tank is a deep modernization of the T-90S main battle tank and has advanced protection, mobility, and firepower. The tank utilizes the new ERA Relikt armor. The Relikt Explosive Reactive Armor is the most modern Russian ERA in widespread use and is claimed to be twice as effective as Kontakt-5. The tank also has a new automatic loader and an improved gun 4. Challenger 2 – This British main battle tank was developed to replace the previous Chieftain MBT in service with the British Army. It is the further development of the Challenger 1 and is significantly more capable than its predecessor. It is said to be one of the most protected tanks in the world and provides a very high level of protection against direct fire weapons. 3. K2 Black Panther – It is said that this is the weapon that North Korea fears the most. The South Korean main battle tank, the K2 Black Panther costs over $8.5 million dollars per unit because the tank has a lot of technological advancements. The K2 MBT is fitted with Composite Armor and Explosive Reactive Armor. 2. Merkava IV-M Windbreaker - The Israeli Merkava IV-M main battle tank is an example of a sophisticated weapon system designed to deal with very specific national requirements. Though similar in performance to the German Leopard 2 and American M1 Abrams the Merkava has many features not found in any other contemporary tank designs. 1. M1A2 SEP V3 – Classic American design which was first introduced in the 1980’s and which devastated Soviet-made Iraqi armor in the 1991 Gulf War without a single loss, the M1A2 Abrams is one of the most feared main battle tanks in the world. We hope you enjoyed this video. Let us know which one of these you think is the best. And don’t forget that if you want to be first to know when we release a new video make sure to click subscribe and enable notifications. Thanks for stopping by and thank you for watching!

Napalm, Bombs...: "Tactical Weapons Effects Tests" 1963 USAF; F-84F, F-86, F-100, F-101, F-105

Napalm, Bombs...: "Tactical Weapons Effects Tests" 1963 USAF; F-84F, F-86, F-100, F-101, F-105

Support this channel: https://www.patreon.com/jeffquitney Aircraft playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL23A1203602337689 more at http://scitech.quickfound.net/aviation_news_and_search.html Tactical Air Command fighter-bomber tests of napalm, bombs, rockets, Vulcan electric cannon, etc. demonstrate the effects of different munitions. US Air Force film SFP-1213 Originally a public domain film from the US Air Force, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and one-pass brightness-contrast-color correction & mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tactical_Air_Command Wikipedia license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ ...With the Kennedy Administration, there was the onset of low intensity guerrilla wars, and wars of insurgency. During 1963, the situation in South Vietnam was heating up on a daily basis. More and more "advisors" were being sent to that small country in Southeast Asia. Special Operations Units Air Force Special Forces units became part of the command in 1961 when a counter-insurgency force was activated at Eglin AFB, Florida. Aircraft of these units consisted of a combination of propeller-driven World War II-vintage fighters, modified trainers, Douglas B-26 attack bombers and transports. Originally activated as a Combat Crew Training Squadron, the unit was upgraded to a wing and designated as the 1st Air Commando Wing. In 1964 TAC ordered a squadron of specially modified C-130Es to support US Army Special Forces and Central Intelligence Agency teams operating deep inside enemy territory. As the war in Vietnam intensified, additional air commando units were organized in Southeast Asia. In 1968 these units were redesignated as "Special Operations." Tactical Fighters In response to what has become known as the Gulf of Tonkin incident in 1964, Tactical Air Command pilots and support personnel found themselves deployed to places like Da Nang, Takhli, Korat and Phan Rang. Initially TAC began deploying squadrons of F-100 Super Sabre, RF-101 Voodoo and F-105 Thunderchief aircraft to Pacific Air Forces (PACAF) bases in South Vietnam and Thailand As the American effort in Southeast Asia increased, TAC used a process of deploying squadrons to PACAF operated bases in South Vietnam and Thailand, with the squadrons being attached temporarily on rotational deployments, or being permanently reassigned to the PACAF wing. For the next decade, TAC would be consumed by operations in Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos. On a daily basis, flight crews trained by TAC would hurl themselves and their planes at targets across the area of operations, over the skies of North Vietnam. As the command responsible for training aircrews for overseas duty, TAC maintained Readiness Training Units in the United States to train pilots and other aircrew members for fighters, reconnaissance and troop carrier (redesignated tactical airlift after 1 July 1966) squadrons in the Pacific. Troop Carrier In December 1964, TAC deployed a squadron of C-123 Provider assault transports from the 464th Troop Carrier Wing at Pope AFB, North Carolina to Clark Air Base, Philippines, then on to Tan Son Nhut Air Base, South Vietnam to set up a tactical air cargo transportation system. To support the increased military strength in Southeast Asia, TAC also began deploying its C-130 equipped troop carrier (later re-designated tactical airlift) squadrons to bases in Okinawa and the Philippines. In late 1965, TAC transferred two C-130 wings and two additional squadrons, a total of eight squadrons, to PACAF's 315th Air Division for operations in Southeast Asia. 1972 Spring Invasion In 1970, the war was winding down as the conflict was being Vietnamized. Units from the South Vietnamese Air Force (VNAF) took on more and more combat to defend their nation and USAF tactical air strength was being reduced as several air bases were turned over to the VNAF. Bombing of North Vietnam (Operation Rolling Thunder) had ended in 1968... By the beginning of 1972 there were only about 235 USAF tactical combat aircraft in Southeast Asia. Vietnamization was severely tested by the Easter Offensive of 1972, a massive conventional invasion of South Vietnam by North Vietnamese Army forces in spring 1972. On 30 March 1972 the People's Army of Vietnam (PAVN) launched an all out invasion of South Vietnam with over 13 divisions, pushing South Vietnamese units aside with little difficulty. President Nixon stepped up air strikes to turn back the invasion, or at least to slow it down. In response to the invasion, TAC deployed both squadrons and wings to air bases in Thailand...

XB-70 Valkyrie Mid-air collision June 8, 1966

XB-70 Valkyrie Mid-air collision June 8, 1966

http://newyork.craigslist.org/mnh/tlg/5757644303.html On 8 June 1966, XB-70A #2 was in close formation with four other aircraft (an F-4, F-5, T-38, and F-104) for a photoshoot at the behest of General Electric, manufacturer of the engines of all five aircraft. With the photoshoot complete, the F-104 drifted into contact with the XB-70's right wing, flipped over, and rolling inverted, passed over the top of the Valkyrie, struck the vertical stabilizers and left wing and exploded, destroying the Valkyrie's rudders and damaging its left wing. With the loss of both rudders and damage to the wings, the Valkyrie entered an uncontrollable spin and crashed into the ground north of Barstow, California. NASA Chief Test Pilot Joe Walker (F-104 pilot) and Carl Cross (XB-70 co-pilot) were killed, while Al White (XB-70 pilot) ejected, sustaining serious injuries, including one arm being crushed as it was caught in the clamshell-like escape capsule as it closed around him just before ejection from the aircraft. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jsi6ukXg9as http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0CHchCKeMOU The USAF summary report of the accident investigation stated that, given the position of the F-104 relative to the XB-70, the F-104 pilot would not have been able to see the XB-70's wing, except by uncomfortably looking back over his left shoulder. The report concluded that Walker, piloting the F-104, likely maintained his position by looking at the fuselage of the XB-70, forward of his position. The report estimated that the F-104 was 70 ft (21 m) to the side of, and 10 ft (3 m) below, the fuselage of the XB-70. The report concluded that from that position, without appropriate sight cues, Walker was unable to properly perceive his motion relative to the Valkyrie, leading to his aircraft drifting into contact with the XB-70's wing. The accident investigation also pointed to the wake vortex off the XB-70's wingtips as the reason for the F-104's sudden roll over and into the bomber.

Top 5 BAD Taxi Drivers

Top 5 BAD Taxi Drivers

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F-16 Hits Trees At Ridgeline. With after mishap photos

F-16 Hits Trees At Ridgeline. With after mishap photos

I dubbed out the audio in the first part of the video for the pilots privacy and out of respect. He gave a very good/magnanimous/honest critique of his flight. He did not fully understand the ground warning system (he misunderstood), he also forgot to reset the altitude on the warning system. The fact that F-16 survived is a testament to General Dynamics. Since this is only a single-engine fighter fact the engine was able to run and run long enough after ingesting parts of the tree to get the plane back safely is a credit to the engine manufacturer. I am not sure which engine this aircraft had at the time, General Electric or Pratt & Whitney. They are all excellent manufacturers. The consensus is that it was a Pratt & Whitney engine. Note: Every time his collision warning came on he was less then 50 feet off the ground, trees are not normally detected as ground, that is part of the reason for the mishap. A lot of trees are higher then 50 feet. Don't be fooled by the funny filler music, I love this plane. You might have seen part of this clip before, but I doubt the GP has seen all this before.

Moments You Wouldn't Believe If They Weren't Recorded #11

Moments You Wouldn't Believe If They Weren't Recorded #11

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