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I LUUUURRVVVVV Kermie Cam.:D

What a beautiful aeroplane.  Bring on Part 3:salute:

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On 14/07/2017 at 8:23 PM, DD_Arthur said:

I LUUUURRVVVVV Kermie Cam.:D

What a beautiful aeroplane.  Bring on Part 3:salute:

 

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These videos just further highlight how damn good DCS is!

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A bit of paraffin burning light relief (look away FT :P)

 

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Oh  carp ... Deaf and blind I am now... :shaunhb:

 

(Impressive legendary stuff ... really... yet ... jets... yuk ... yeah ....) 

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I believe our very own Fenrir made it to this show at the weekend, witnessing Dan Griffiths put on this stonking Spitfire solo. Tight rolling manoeuvres that keep the aircraft firmly in front of the crowd, with hints of the Mustang whine as the .50 cals flute with the high angle of attack. This guy really knows how to show off a Spitfire, lovely stuff. (shame about the shaky vid, but you get the idea)

 

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That's one stunning display right there. Lovely!

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Stevo Hinton (Steve Hinton Jnr.) is preparing to break the 28-year-old world speed record of 528.3 MPH in his highly modified P-51 Mustang “Voodoo.”

Hinton Jr. will make the attempt tomorrow (August 27) across a 3-kilometer course in Idaho and can be followed here: http://www.pursuitaviation.com/world-speed-record

Here he is putting Voodoo through it's paces, turn it up!

 

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One of the most beautiful airliner?

 

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Holy shit!!!!!:o

That was some flying.  I like the "we considered the possibility of a go-around"B)

 

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That is EPIC.

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Whoever wrote the blurb for that clip thinks that was a low pass but has clearly never heard of the Fenrir School of Low Flying - there’s a few graduates hereabouts.

 

 

 

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I know we have a video of this display already a few posts back but I found another with slightly steadier camera work and a bit less wind noise and thought you chaps might like to see it...

 

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Wonderful


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