20 Interesting Facts About Fighters jets

20 Interesting Facts About Fighters jets   In 1956 due to high speed a F11 fighter shot itself because it was faster than its own bullet . F4 Phantom II was called “World’s Leading Distributor of MiG Parts” because it destroyed so many MiG fighters. During WW2, Russian Fighter pilot …

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Pictures of HH-60G Pave Hawk Helicopter Crew Died in Crash

 Pictures of HH-60G Pave Hawk Helicopter Crew Died in Crash       The 106th Rescue Wing has lost four of our members when the HH-60G Pave Hawk rescue helicopter they were flying crashed near the city of Al-Qa’im in western Iraq. There is no evidence of enemy action involved in …

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6 people killed in an Piper PA-23 Aircraft crash in Philippines

  Article Originally  Appeared on link  Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) confirmed that A Six seater Piper PA-23 Apache twin-engine light aircraft crashed minutes after taking off from the Plaridel Airport in Bulacan, killing the pilot, his co-pilot and four passengers    According to Eric Apolonio, CAAP spokesman, the Piper PA-23 Apache …

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Caleb King Former Naval Academy football player and Lt. Cmdr. Brice Johnson are the two aviator killed in f18 fighter jet crash

 Caleb King Former Naval Academy football player killed in fighter jet crash Article originally appeared on link  Caleb King Former Naval Academy football player and Lt. Cmdr. Brice Johnson are the two aviator who died on Wednesday when their  fighter jet dual-seated F/A-18 Super Hornet crashed in shallow waters near Key West, Fla., …

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World Record ! Man Surived 83 G’s

World Record 83 G Deceleration Peak on Rocket Sled 1958-05-16 (1967) USAF The two most noted rocket sled human deceleration events in history are shown. First, on December 10, 1954, John Paul Stapp, facing forward, was accelerated to a speed of 632 mph, breaking the land speed record and making …

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