Math as follows: KE=1/2(m)(v*v)
sq.rt. of 3107.14 = 55.74
Pretty sure people would take a different view if the flightlead miscalculated the run-in, on the egress dash-4 clipped a tower and crashed in a metropolitan area, and oh by the way, these are students flying
Way to be out of position dash-4
You had ONE MISSION!...to be on time! The Marine Corps wouldn't have been late...
That's not a hot start...it's starting a hot engine. TOT rapidly rising above max is indicative of a hot start...In this case, TOT rises to a range within limits. A hot start in this case would have TOT rapidly rising above redline and not looking back.
@MetatronsPubes Thats taking Warren vs District of Columbia and perverting the verdict. The point of Warren vs District of Columbia wasn't to illustrate that police don't have to render assistance but to say that police cannot be held liable to the victim of a crime based on a failure to act.
Epoxy wont stick to saran wrap or plain old packing tape. The nice part about packing tape is the sharp edge you get because its so thin. Masking the edges of your joints with packing tape shouldnt discolor the wood and would make cleanup a little easier. A sheet of saran wrap on your cauls would prevent the magazine paper from transferring images or sticking. Just from my own experiance...great looking door!
Im sure you're aware but I wanted to clarify for the viewers based on my experiance with composites and fiberglass boatbuilding; when joining two solid pieces, epoxy works best by filling all voids. For this reason, its best to get everything lined up correctly and press the pieces together only once. Pulling them apart or working the joint too much will cause voids and areas with reduced coverage. Epoxy actually bridges the gaps between fibers. Too little epoxy = weaker joint.
Rest assured. Although the nation has changed, the values and the purpose of our Marine Corps has not. We have never, nor will we ever compromise our core values. For as long as America wants a Marine Corps, we will exist to fill two roles: Win battles, and make more Marines.
In case anyone's wondering, they land with the speed breaks out to increase drag forcing a higher throttle setting. This is because the engine's response gets better with higher rpm. Some of these passes are called FCLPs...practice for landing on the carrier. It's hard to see but just to the left of the landing light is a little box with a green, red, or yellow light. The LSO uses that light to tell if the jet's angle of attack is high, low, or if he's "on speed" in the groove.
Ohhhh good, IPs don't roll their sleeves in the back so neither should I ;) Dually noted. In all seriousness, solid video, there's not alot of T-6 stuff up on here and shooting from the back is definitely a good perspective. I'd love to upload a few of mine but I wouldn't want anyone to think I actually shot video from the cockpit. Because I didnt. Officially.
A variation on this technique is to use a bit more yeast, form the bagels and then let them rise for 20 minutes. The short rise makes a more dense bagel that sinks when it enters the pot. Wait till they float, count to 10 and take them out. The heat of boiling activates the yeast. Throw them on a rack and bake at 420 until brown. That's the way we do it on this side of the hudson.
This video is incorrect. The T-45C is started with the PCL OFF. BATT 1 and 2 on, PCL OFF, Start switch NORMAL, GTS button MOMENTARILY PRESSED. At this point the GTS spools up to idle. When it's at idle with the GTS advisory illuminated, Start Switch - START. The GTS spools up all the way, you get the GTS READY light and when N2 reaches 15-20%, PCL - IDLE
The most ironic part is that there's nothing "annonymous" about this video. If anyone who mattered wanted his identity, they'd have it. Every video uploaded is tied to a username, which is tied to an "identity". If nothing else, the ip address is trackable..every single thing you do on the internet is traceable. If this video was uploaded from ANY network while he was over there, it's even easier because ALL internet traffic in-country is monitored. What an idiot...
Incorrect...the military does. 12 dual-pilot flights with the 12th being a safe-for-solo checkride and then you're out there alone on the 13th. Roughly 20 hours in the T-6 before the contact solo. The only prior time some of these guys have is 15 hours in a 172.
This is the AF's way of doing things. All these procedures are a little different for navy/marine corps because we fly the T6B. For the most part, this is generally how it's done.
Hey man, you do great work and I've learned a lot from your videos! One thing though...having worked extensively with composites I'e verally found that once you put pressure on epoxy you don't want to take it off. You mentioned that you put the clamp on the lower handle to press them before the final clamp, but my recommendation would be that if you're going to do that, leave the clamp on until the epoxy is cured. You'll get a much stronger joint that way ;)
@tmccart3 someones never fired a mk19. riding the bolt home while charging the weapon could prevent the round from not fully seating on the bolt face. the bolt is always sent home for a halfload condition.