Mach Loop 26/6/17 inc a surprise visitor

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Mach Loop 26/6/17 inc a surprise visitor 4.5
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What a great afternoon.
Osprey, x4ship Tucanos inc camo scheme and an amazing Wokka pass.

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The way the Chinook zoomed into the camera was awesome. Lovely shot 👍

Author — bobsurgranny

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And a nice cheeky wave from the door gunner.

Author — Alex Evans

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Interesting, I encountered an Osprey aircraft in a semi hover with the engines rotated over a small lake called Eagle lake near the much lager Lake Tahoe several years ago. Eagle Lake is about the size of the lake in the video, but the terrain is less green with steep granite rock surrounding the lake. It was hard to see what the Osprey was doing as I was in a lodge pole pine forest which partially obstructed my view. Anyway an interesting aircraft, thanks for the vid.

Author — guyfihi

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Chinook pilot is like "you guys up there call that low?"
Thanks for the video.

Author — jfan4reva

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I used to work in hanger 14 making the flaps for the Shorts Tucano. Behind my jig was the tail assembly two people worked on that, it was a big task, in front of me ailerons one person working on those. I can’t remember what was made on the other side of these jigs. It was a really old, around 1940s small hanger, curved roof. Good fun if very demanding work. Tolerances in thou, not millimeters. Finished parts inspected zealously and stamped by the Q inspector.

Author — Colin

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I don't think I was the only one that saw the cheeky wave from the Chinook gunner!

Author — Thomas Andersen

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It would have been more impressive if it was a squadron of Spitfires!!!

Author — D. League

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I re watched the end, :-)

Thank you.

Author — Ade Larsen

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Howd you enjoy that haircut there at the end?

Author — Grindstone

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Love the tip of the wing from the prop planes and the wave from the chinook gunner..

Author — Kompoism

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Who is training in the Tucanos I wonder?

Author — okrajoe

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Got to fly in a Chinook from San Carlos Water to Port Stanley and back in 1982 an that is exactly how they were flying; ground hugging to avoid detection.

Author — Vagabondo5591

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Awesome. Those Tucanos almost reminded me of a flight of Spitfires out of Llanbedr in the 1940s.

Author — Muso Seven

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know that can HEAR it, from MILES away but trying to spot Wales UK.

Author — fred Ted

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Loved the pics of the V22 Osprey! An excellent demonstration of its speed advantage over a normal troop carrying helicopter, such as the Chinook (shown later in the video).

Author — James Dunn

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So, did anyone else think, 'jazz hands' as the Osprey approached.

Author — Steve Porter

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that chinook pilot what a boss! and got a wave from the door gunner cool as a cucumber!

Author — The Chosen

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Awsome video. That would be a great place for me to live. All I get here in Sonoma, California, is a lousy flyby of a P-51 and a P-40 every weekend with constant bombardment from Stearman radial engines. I banged my head on the garage door when the P-40 went over.

Author — kimmer6

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this is what Ospreys were MADE for- taking off vertically, blasting through canyons, and landing vertically. It's a shame they're not so good at actually being USEFUL but they look great at the loop or jedi.

Author — confuseatronica

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Very good wokka wokka shot (after a wobbly wobbly start).

Author — Stephen Saunders