Thursday, May 14, 2015

One Wing Missing

Horry Clap


10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sorry, Rodger.
I do believe that is "shopped".
A little TOO perfectly framed, staged, and acted.
Good, yes, but "shopped".

bocopro said...

Yeah, after I sent it out, I got a lotta feedback that it's just too hard to swallow.

So I "snoped" it. They say it's a very clever manipulation of a model plane and some pretty good video editing.

Mea culpa for not trusting my instinct before forwarding it.

Anonymous said...

Very obviously, a "left wing" hoax...


I'm sorry.

Rodger the Real King of France said...

"NOW WATCH THIS" answers all

Wabano said...

Bolt on a big enough engine and you can make an old barn fly sideway...
Fact pretty much most pre WW II airplanes were designed as insults to
intelligence, so the huge scores for German, Japanese and Finnish fighter pilots...

Wabano said...

F-15 has a big enough engine to fly on
ONE wing:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M359poNjvVA
There again, they show a super sabre and called an A-4...it real life, it was an A-4, not the sabre shown
And the best, a cruzader F8U coming home with BOTH wings folded:
Look, ma, no wings!
http://mofak.com/F-8wingsfolded67.jpg

Esteve said...

Creating lift with power-F4 Phantom.

Stu Tarlowe said...

I'm waiting for Skoonj to chime in on this; he'll know.

Anonymous said...

Many a Phantom was catshot without the "beer cans" locked. A little top rudder, a little aileron, a shitton of massive 'Merican J-79 power. No need to pee your panties. This is why we get the best slop chute in Cubi Point. -Anymouse

Skoonj said...

Stu, there's lots of stuff the F-4 could do, but flying on one wing wasn't one of them. The outer section, maybe, but the whole wing, well, no. It had pretty bad aerodynamics to begin with, being a flying brick and all.

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