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a VERY close call....who'd be deck crew? by Nick
Thought you guys might be interested http://www.videosift.com/video/Helicopter-Madness-A-Close-Call But why wouldn't he have kept some negative collective to keep it nailed to the deck?.... how far would the tips 'dished' down?.....not enough to cause the crew more worries than they already...
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March 15th 07 02:12 AM
by Arvin THd. Go to last post
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Lynn Tilton CIA Operative? by [email protected]
As a former employee of the U.S. Army Aviation System Command at NASA Lewis who was played into the position by CIA plants then thrown out of society resulting in my cleaning the Orange County Convention Center after the HAI( Helicopter Association International or HELI-Con or in my case HELL-Con)...
March 6th 07 07:43 PM
by The OTHER Kevin in San Diego Go to last post
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Need help identifying this Grip by dstory
Does anyone know the manufacturer and/or the model of this grip pic http://whitesail.com/grip.bmp
March 4th 07 05:58 PM
by dstory Go to last post
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Bell 206 parts cyclic by dstory
Can someone point me in the direction of a decent parts distributer. I'm looking for a certian style of cyclic, and I'm struggling to find the part #
March 4th 07 05:35 PM
by dstory Go to last post
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Hughes 269B by Brien
I would like to know what the cost per hour to operate a Hughes 269 might be. Only the operation cost not insurance or hangar or inspection. The time life items and gas and oil only operation cost ?
February 26th 07 03:12 PM
by Brien Go to last post
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looking for a R22 9-hole panel P/N B051-5 by Helipro
Hi, we are desperately looking for a R22 9-hole panel. Last year, Robinson had that assembly still on its price list. Now it disappeared from the list and one can only order a replacement - thus having to return the old one first. If anybody can sell us one, please tell us. We buy used, new,...
February 24th 07 11:26 PM
by Helipro Go to last post
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AW 95 by Chief McGee
Anyone built/building one of these?
February 17th 07 06:55 AM
by boB[_2_] Go to last post
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TGR Helicorp by JohnO
Hey, these guys are just down the road but I'd never heard of them. The stuff they claim to be working on looks incredible. Anyone ever heard of these guys? The owner is a former politician in NZ - not exactlly a ringing endorsement! http://www.tgrhelicorp.com
February 12th 07 05:04 PM
by The OTHER Kevin in San Diego Go to last post
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Where's the pitot situated..... by Nick
on helis?... and the static pressure point??...... rc or full size....R22...or Jetranger any info appreciated.. Cheers Nick
February 12th 07 08:48 AM
by Nick Go to last post
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Fifth U.S. chopper in 18 days goes down by Brien
Four U.S. helicopters -- three military and one civilian -- were shot down in Iraq between January 20 and Friday, raising concerns that insurgents are becoming more proficient at downing the aircraft. Sixteen U.S. troops were killed in the three military chopper crashes.
February 7th 07 08:24 PM
by JohnO Go to last post
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Helicopter crash in Iraq is fourth in two weeks by Brien
The military is trying to determine "whether or not this is just statistically what's going to happen over time when you're flying at that level and people are shooting at you, or if there are some kind of new tactics and techniques that we need to adjust to," he said.
February 3rd 07 03:16 PM
by Brien Go to last post
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Test by markdown
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February 1st 07 04:19 AM
by markdown Go to last post
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mil standard by subhash
can anybody tell me where is the documentation or mil-std or airworthiness directive for determining helicopter main rotor and tail rotor vibartion limits. i have a bearingless main rotor and hingeless tail rotor aircraft. i want to know what are the limits of tail rotor vibrations for...
January 22nd 07 05:19 AM
by John_F Go to last post
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Another post about helicopters by Linc
Helicopters doing what they're good at: http://tinyurl.com/3drmc3 http://tinyurl.com/33x82w http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/AK0701/S00073.htm --Linc
January 19th 07 07:06 AM
by Linc Go to last post
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TV helicopter pilot saves stranded deer by Shiver
http://tinyurl.com/38q9t5 Your interesting story for the day. Enjoy.
January 18th 07 10:44 PM
by Shiver Go to last post
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start hover by Frank
Hello, I plan to fly trough the staates by plane this year and would like to try a little helicopter- flying too. Who has done this before and can recomand the area / shool. Frank
January 18th 07 09:56 PM
by D Peter Maus Go to last post
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Off Topic..... But it Flies - So Bite Me. by Shiver
First day of the new year and I find this little link in a cooking newsgroup. Go figure. http://www.jet-man.com/actuel.html Then there is his homepage showing some of the other things he has put these model jet engines on.
January 13th 07 07:33 AM
by JohnO Go to last post
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R22 vs 300CBI by Wannafly
Hi all, I found an interesting article about the differences and similarities of the two birds on the internet concerning which makes a better training and I thought I would share; enjoy. http://www.flymidwest.com/SchweizervsRobinson.pdf
January 10th 07 12:33 AM
by 601XL Builder Go to last post
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Building a Gyrobee by TM
Greetings, all. I am new to this group, but I have been studying Gyros for a few years. I've decided on building a Gyrobee. I'd love to build one from scratch, doing my own cutting and drilling, not for the cost savings but just because I'm an engineer at heart and love to build things. The only...
January 8th 07 12:36 AM
by Stuart & Kathryn Fields Go to last post
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Helipad - Heliport Safety Supplies by Mike P.
A little site I created http://www.webspawner.com/users/hwww/helipadheliport.html
January 5th 07 06:53 PM
by Mike P. Go to last post
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