You get into a helicopter crash. With all those spinning blades and no real chance to parachute out your almost garaunteed to get a death sandwich. I feel sorry for all the people who took their last flight in this video.
Pace your head in between your legs cover your head with your hands and kiss your ass good by
3rd mother fucker...lol...
was that jaws in the water ready
to eat them....
NOW THAT WAS A SUDDEN STOP
I worked for a helicopter manf. for a time. If I didn't learn anything else, I learned...Don't fly in helicopters1
to many small essential parts moving at once for my liking.
u sure that wasn't remote controll?
that's my chopper charlie
cmon man as if that shit looked like it was a remote control chopper lol shitty crash tho looks ameture
u can put a 747 under remote control if you want to, that's how they test crash airliners. don't know how they do it, i've seen it on discovery wings channel. it just looked like there was no counteract attempts to regain control usually happens cause the controller can't feel what chopper is doing without no feed back on the controlls.
allright, allright i tried to search it on the web and came up with a shitload links of different copter crashes on the beach, damn!. i have to agree with you sleeko, i was at a duty station that had three CH-46's crash while i was there for 2 years, one sat in peices in a hanger, two others was in pieces in the fields, and another just sat on the flight line like a limp dik. Oh, that's four, one crashed before i got there and was still under investigation that's why it was in the hangar.
the rotor noise sounded funny right after they got in the air,seems like a waste if they meant to crash
to many small essential parts moving at once for my liking." You're a retarded sonofabitch, OK, but you sure have this one right, you shimmering turd.
you see Paris on the LK show? she got a strange look in her eye.
its not remote control notice the car in the back ground
helicoptors, 747s, ships, spacecraft...they all can be controlled by remote control, for the third time. How do they shoot unmanned rockets into space? How do they control sattelites. By remote control, i'm not talking about the toy remote control. does anyone remember that 737 plane they crash tested to see if a new unexplosive fuel would explode and it disintigrated the plane. I didn't see any parachutes.
i pretty sure they dont test crash helecopters in the ocean
someone call thunderbirds theres a chopper thinks its a submarine oopsy
not a test crash, it was accidental wind shear that you can't sense from a remote control. Nevermind.
Shitlooker... what does a scale model have to do with anything... what joe is saying is you can remote control an ACTUAL 747 - or Heli or whatever... Not a model... the real deal
i'm calm, i get ya, i said nevermind to drop the question.
one comment out of all I read makes sence not commonjoe sence since he makes little cents most of the time... but good sense... it is like sixth sence or a sayence ok play with words over for now..... like a kid in a sand box... sencelessly tossing sand in a friends hair i write a bunch of crap and it is still vastly superior to read first bitches or second assholes.. or some crap like that in the most noticible spots of all... your people who just write that crap are the dickheadiest of them all... like my new word dickheadiest.... it is like shitwader... you shit wad... wadeing knee deeping cow pies is more fun than reading that i am a bitch on the first slot... yep if you have read all of this you must be a fast reader cause it means nothing just like the first two slots... jibberish
oh got to babbling and for got to put up the one that makes sence bad ass up draft perhaps..eh!!!
major malfunction fer sure.... just like some peoples brains... forgive them for they know not what they do... : )
someone needs to score that clip w/wagner's Flight of the Valkyries.
I am a helicopter pilot, this crash was not a remote controlled helicopter. It was in an AS350, more commonly known as an A-STAR. There have been many crashes in this type of aircraft due to hydraulic failures. That is what happened here. It was either a hydraulic failure, or a hydraulic cavitation. That is why the nose suddenly pitched up and no corrections were made by the pilot, he was unable to.
that had to be a test crash not Q's asked had to be , unless the blades jammed but yeah pretty sure its test crash
Charlie Don't Surf!!!
Almost made it