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Discussion in 'The BS Topic' started by GoldenOne7710, May 28, 2008.
I've never seen this in person before now. Pretty cool..
verry cool ,,,,,refuleing in air,,,,,wonder how much$$ a gallon,,,hmmm,,,
C-130 refueler and i think the heloes are H-53s
I've never seen manuevers like this either.
I've been rattled by a pair of F-16s at tree top level, directly overhead, and I thought that was cool.
(You don't see or hear them until they are right on top of you at that altitude/speed. )
The rotors on those helis aren't even turning......how do they stay airborne like that?
We should see a few helis in our skies before too long, the local paper had this writeup the other day....
Published: May 27, 2008
ROANOKE, Va. (AP) — Pilots will be flying the Air Force’s most powerful and technologically advanced transport helicopters across the mountains of western Virginia and southern West Virginia.
It’s all part of a training exercise involving four MH-53 Pave Low helicopters that begins Wednesday and runs through June 5.
The heavy-lift helicopter is the largest in the Air Force’s inventory.
The Air Force says pilots will gain experience flying low across a region that has terrain similar to mountainous regions abroad.
Cool, All I ever see is one UPS plane after another.
Not cool at all b/c they are wasting my tax dollars, imo!
I'm glad they can do it when needed but give me a break here!!
Thats odd, we seen two very similar heli's flying low over my area around 6pm last night. They were real loud, and moving! We dont get much action like that around here, so we definatley took note.