Blimey!! that IS a low pass........
Even in a flight-sim that would be low.
Can you say INCOMING.
Click on the test in adhockey's post...it's a link to a pic.
I like flying that low, upside down, in a 747, full of screaming passengers. Teaches them to keep their seat belts on until the seat belt sign is turned off.
....Reminds me of a scene from the movie 'It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World.' Buddy Hackett and his pal Mickey Rooney try to land a Beech C-18 with no prior flying experience. Frank Tallman did the actual stunt flying of the aircraft. Good laughs.
..."He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep to gain what he cannot lose" -Jim Elliot
But I think these prop blade tips need a new paint now...
Captain Wild Bill Kelso: War nerves? Who said war nerves?
The Patron: I heard it on that radio there.
[Kelso shoots the radio]
Captain Wild Bill Kelso: Radio's wrong.
Some accurate flying!!!
You sure it's a duck?
Good hunting lads!
Oh I see now...
Out of the clear blue of the western sky... ???
But who's crazier... the pilot, or the photographer he is about the slice and dice?
still i'd be the smart arse pilot who says over the radio "you did say just a little off the top right?"
pilot still has 2 ft of clearance i'd say on them prop tips... just going to disappear to the Bonneville salt flats and see how low i can get after several passes to a man sized marker
"Αίεν Υψικρατείν "
"Between This and Death By Bonga Bonga, You'll Choose Death"
This must have been posted before. A bit of low flying in a Spitfire by Ray Hannah, giving Alain de Cadenet a hair cut, bowel movement and a rush of expletives.
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