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TWO TOUCHDOWN TECHNIQUES.

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Image of War — A Wet Landing

Located six miles north-west of Grantham in Lincolnshire, the construction of RAF Bottesford, which began in November 1940, was undertaken by George Wimpey & Co. Ltd. The airfield was built to the Class A standard set by the Air Ministry, the main feature of which was a set of three converging runways each containing a concrete runway for takeoffs and landings, optimally placed at sixty degree angles to each other in a triangular pattern.

Bottesford became operational in November 1941 with the arrival, from RAF Waddington, of 207 Squadron, part of Bomber Command’s No.5 Group. This squadron had the honour

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High-performance method of breaking down the site

The Tauride farm, Omsk region, laying the gardens over a large area. When planting in pits dug tractor drill, we have to restore the mark made at the breakdown area under the garden. To do this, usually put the pins, and then locking pegs on the landing board. This method allows you to restore the exact place of the stake after the landing pit digging, but very low efficiency. When it split the area costs about as much as is necessary to spend to make organic and mineral fertilizers, including the supply of humus and filling landing pits. Yes,

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Atlas ACE crash-landing

THE ATLAS ACE Turboprop trainer prototype ZU-AHE lost pitch altitude control during a test flight to evaluate a new avionics installation on February 14 at 1705hrs local time. Pilot Bob Masson carried out controllability tests at altitude, and found that sufficient control via power and flap adjustments was available to attempt a landing at Jan Smuts Airport. Crew ejection was considered as a last option — it was decided instead to make a wheels-up landing owing to concerns about the controllability of the aircraft during landing gear extension. A belly landing was also considered safer at the required high approach

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F-35 to get rid of CLICHÉS «TRILLIONODOLLAROVY FIGHTER»

Price applets production and operation for 50 years fighter F-35 continues to decrease, Defense News reported on September 18. Joint Managing applets F-35 Air Force Lt. Gen. Christopher Bogdan U.S. (Christopher Bogdan) confirmed that the current estimates this cost to be 857 billion U.S. dollars compared with the previous $ 1.1 trillion is a great victory achieved in the last two or three years , said Bogdan Conference on Aerospace Air Force on September 18. But taking into account the inflation to be within these 50 years, the number may vary. Speaking earlier in the day, the executive vice president

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F-35 to get rid of CLICHÉS «TRILLIONODOLLAROVY FIGHTER»

Price applets production and operation for 50 years fighter F-35 continues to decrease, Defense News reported on September 18. Joint Managing applets F-35 Air Force Lt. Gen. Christopher Bogdan U.S. (Christopher Bogdan) confirmed that the current estimates this cost to be 857 billion U.S. dollars compared with the previous $ 1.1 trillion is a great victory achieved in the last two or three years , said Bogdan Conference on Aerospace Air Force on September 18. But taking into account the inflation to be within these 50 years, the number may vary. Speaking earlier in the day, the executive vice president

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On the F-35C will be easier to land on an aircraft carrier

New software installed on the carrier-based fighter F-35C and called as an embedded direct lift control IDLC (Integrated Direct Lift Control) significantly increases the properties of engine management system and the ability to landing, said the test pilot of F-35 Marine Corps Lt. Col. Matthew Taylor (Matthew Taylor). «I would rather test 2-3 passes on the deck of an aircraft carrier, that which is to land,» he said. Maintaining a clear glide sunset on the deck of an aircraft carrier using IDLC system greatly simplifies this puzzle. «Landing on an aircraft carrier deck existing aircraft requests from the pilot

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Tiltrotor (helicopter-plane) Bell V-22 Osprey (part 2)

According to Col. Matthew Malherna manager applets V-22 Command aviasistem Navy U.S. success in Iraq introduction konvertoplanov eclipsed all expectations. Tiltrotor under fire from the ground fell sporadically, no car got battle damage, but March 24, 2009 the entire fleet konvertoplanov flights were discontinued after technicians Squadron VMM-266 on one of the machines was found weakening of bolting in the swash plate right nacelle. Inspection carried out after the pilots were awarded a «sharp» noise and excessive vibration during ordinary flight. Inspection 84 «Osprey», all devices are in operation, has permitted to find such deficiencies another 4 konvertoplanov who

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F-35B first carried out a night landing on the deck

 

Test Pilot of the U.S. Marine Corps for the first time carried out a night landing fighter with short takeoff and vertical landing F-35B on the deck of amphibious assault ship USS Wasp, reports flightglobal.com. Landing fulfilled Colonel SR (CR Clift).   Second series of sea trials began on March 12 fighter, landing made on August 14. «Everything went very well. In one night, missed 8 of successful landings, because we are very optimistic about the prospects for training pilots combatant, «he says.   The program is designed for 18 days. During the tests will be expanded the

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JHSV-3 Millinocket — the third high-speed multi-purpose amphibious assault ship catamaran U.S. Navy launched

Multi-speed landing craft catamaran JHSV-3 (Joint High Speed ​​Vessel) Millinocket launched at the shipyard «remains Yu Es Hey» (Austal USA) in the town of Mobile (Alabama). This is with reference to the U.S. Navy told ARMS-TASS.   This is the third of 10 ships type JHSV Spearhead («wedge»), which are built for Sealift Command U.S. Navy Shipyard company «remains Yu Es Hey» (Austal USA) in the town of Mobile.   Now the ship is preparing for factory testing to be conducted before JHSV-3 at the end of the year present-independent commission for inspection and acceptance of U.S. Navy ships INSURV

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