I think Stingray already has dibs on it.
Stingray wrote:Ever seen this phenomenon before?http://www.chilloutpoint.com/featured/spectacular-helicopter-static-electricity-phenomenon.html/2
Ever seen this phenomenon before?
Yep,Looks cooler through night vision. There's enough statics electricity to knock your crank in the dirt if you do not discharge it when we do sling loads.
Από κάθε γενιά μεταξύ κάθε έθνος ανθρώπων, να θυμάστε νεκρών στρατιωτών μας.”
Finally! A cake that doesn't make me literally throw up.
Keep Low. Move Fast. First Kill. Die LastOne Shot. One Kill. No Luck. Pure Skill.
Here is a funny cartoon from "American Helicopter" Magazine, February 1946, page 30.
From the same issue on page 33.
From the March 1946 issue on page 43.
From the April 1946 issue on page 43.
From the May 1946 issue on page 42.
Gosh what an artistic fail. Look how close those poor people are to becoming decapitated by the rotors!
Yippie Kai Yay, Mr. Falcon.
Almost looks scary at first glance. It's a Columbia Helicopters CH-46 in Alaska with up to 25 degrees low nose attitude as it attempts to tow a barge with a 600-foot cable.
It's a Dolphin (or Dauphin) helicopter... geddit?
Secret Beechcraft project ? Beech 18 with pylon and dummy rotor from a Boeing 107.
The correct story of the Beech (It's actually an AT-11) above is that it was used by the Raspet Flight Research Lab at Mississipi State University to test the aerodynamics of rotor hubs, amongst other things.
Thanks, I updated the page.
Found this on my search for flying jeeps: