Shocking Footage of RAAF Roulettes number 1 and 4 Aircraft mid-air collision

Shocking Footage of RAAF Roulettes number 1 and 4 Aircraft mid-air collision

On Mar. 11, 1988 two MB.326 of the Royal Australian Air Force’s Roulettes display team collided mid-air during a practice flight over East Sale airbase, Victoria, Australia, for the Canberra airshow.

The team’s aircraft (carrying numbers 1 and 4) collide in the air.

The pilot of Number 4 ejects successfully and the pilot of Number 1 succeeds in his attempt to land the airplane “on the belly”.

Because of that accident, the Roulettes perform their first demonstration in public only in August.

A cameraman was flying on board one of the planes and filmed Roulette 1 hitting Roulette 4 during a wide right turn information.

 

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