R/C plane crashes real plane A half-scale remote-control airplane collided with a real aircraft over a Colorado airport last weekend. While there were no injuries, the incident exposed the growing tension between pilots and model aircraft enthusiasts and their ever-larger RC aircraft. The collision between the real and $8,000, 46% giant-scale remote-control aircraft occurred on August 14th at a small airport in Brighton, C More..olo., outside Denver. As you can see in the video below, the RC plane is hovering above the runway ten to 30 feet from the ground in a vertical position, with spectators nearby. Suddenly, a single-engine biplane goes for a low pass over the runway and splits the RC craft in half. The full-scale aircraft suffered "significant" damage, but was able to land.
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Plane crashes on highway On Tuesday, Aug. 9, 2022, near Los Angeles, California, a single-engine passenger plane crashed on Highway 91 while making an emergency landing due to engine failure. The aircraft struck a van before igniting. Luckily, no one was hurt.
Pilot Records Selfie Video After Plane Crashes in Pacific Ocean Video shows a plane crashing into the Pacific Ocean Tuesday during an aerial photo shoot involving two aircraft. One of planes during the shoot malfunctioned and crashed near Half Moon Bay, about 9 miles from San Francisco. The single-engine Beechcraft Bonanza lost power. Miraculously, the pilot, David Lesh, and his passenger made it out alive. As
How to shift without the clutch When shifting without the clutch you are basically matching the engine's speed with the transmission's speed. When you upshift, the transmission will be going slower than the engine; therefore, you have to let the engine slow down before you can successfully put it into gear.
When you downshift, your engine will be rotating slower than the transmission; therefore, you must blip (give a bit of gas) the throttle to increase the speed of the engine to match the speed of the transmission.
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Cessna pilot lands for emergency pee on busy freeway This small Cessna made an emergency landing on a crowded I-20 W in heavy Christmas traffic near Anniston. The plane barely missed a few cars and landed perfectly. The two men inside said it was a student pilot’s first flight and they had engine failure. They were remarkably calm. The student was the first to exit the plane. He immediately got out and peed on the side of the road. We helped move the plane from the side of the road after everyone was deemed safe.
A 1930s plane lands on a beach This vintage plane's engine was cut off mid-flight and was losing height, forcing its pilot to land on a busy beach in Devon, UK. The passenger in the two-seat, 1930 aircraft was waving at the beachgoers to clear the way. No one was hurt.
Lego RC Kenworth T600 truck 1.7 meters long with a trailer, over 8 kg of blocks, 14 engines, 38 LEDs and approx. 10,000 parts in total. Three years of work (and pug) in one video.
Wimpy Robbers Fail To Break Glass During Pathetic Burglary Attempt Well, that was embarrassing. A pair of wannabe burglars in Florida tried to break into a gas station, but the dumb duo was unable to even get inside the door thanks to a pane of impact-resistant glass. Surveillance footage obtained from a Port St. Lucie gas station and released by police shows the two men confidently strolling up to the front of the store before using a metal implement to smash open a large window adjacent to the doors. The first few swings shatter the glass and appear to make a small hole, but after several more wild swings – and a few shoulder checks – the robber realizes that there’s no getting inside. His accomplice appears to signal that it’s time to leave, but the frustrated man continues hammering the sturdy glass. After trying for nearly a minute, the pair finally decides to leave, but not before one of the robbers throws a few flying kicks at the stubborn window hoping for a last-second miracle. It doesn’t come. Police have yet to identify the culprits, whose humiliating robbery attempt cost the gas station owner roughly $6,000 in damages. Glass that strong doesn’t come cheap, it appears.