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Air Masses that Affect North America

Air Masses that Affect North America

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This is a video about the types of air masses that affect North America. An Air mass is a large body of air that is similar in temperature throughout. Air masses are labeled based on two things; if the air is dry or moist and the temperature of the air. If the air mass is formed over land then it is dry and called Continental. If the air mass is formed over water then it is moist and called Maritime. There are three classifications for temperature. The coldest types of air masses are called Arctic. These are very bitter and are formed near the poles. Next are Polar air masses. These air masses have cold air. The third type is tropic air masses. These consist of warm air. Now put these two qualifications together to decide what type of air mass it is. If it is above the poles then the air mass is called Continental Arctic. If the air mass is dry and cold then it is called Continental Polar. If the air mass is warm and dry it is called Continental Tropic. If the air is wet and cold then it is called Maritime Polar. If the air mass is warm and moist then it is called Maritime Tropic. Now lets talk about some places that that these air masses form. A continental arctic air mass might be formed over northern Canada. A continental polar air mass might be formed over southern Canada or northern United States. A Maritime Polar air mass might be formed over the ocean off the coast of New England. A Continental Tropic Air mass might be formed over Mexico. A Maritime Tropic air mass might be formed over the Gulf of Mexico. As a quick recap, Air masses can be dry or moist and vary in temperature. These qualities are determined based off of where the Air masses are formed and are how the air masses are labeled. This concludes our video of the types of Air masses that affect North America.
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U.S. & Canadian Air Power • NORAD Show Of Force

U.S. & Canadian Air Power • NORAD Show Of Force

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U.S. and Canadian Forces conduct bi-lateral training out of Canadian Forces Base Goose Bay. Exercise Vigilant Shield 16 is an annual event designed to increase effective NORAD interoperability between the U.S. and Canada to bolster air space defense of the North America continent. Filmed October 2015. Film Credits: SSgt Laura Beckley, SSgt George Solis, MSgt David Loeffler, SrA Greg Cerny Derivative Works: Gung Ho Vids
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North American Sabre flying at the Duxford American air day airshow

North American Sabre flying at the Duxford American air day airshow

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Aviões North American T-6 Texan e Extra 330LX Acrobatics | Amazing Air Show

Aviões North American T-6 Texan e Extra 330LX Acrobatics | Amazing Air Show

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US Air Force FASTEST STRATEGIC AIRCRAFT ever the XB-70 Valkyrie

US Air Force FASTEST STRATEGIC AIRCRAFT ever the XB-70 Valkyrie

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A great idea for the us air force the XB 70 Valkyrie would have served the us air force very well. The North American Aviation XB-70 Valkyrie was the prototype of the B-70 nuclear-armed, deep-penetration strategic bomber for the Strategic Air Command of the U.S. Air Force. In the 1950s, the North American Aviation company designed the Valkyrie bomber as a large, six-engine aircraft capable of reaching Mach 3+ while flying at 70,000 feet (21,000 m), which velocity and altitude capabilities would allow the evasion of interceptor aircraft, then the only effective weapon against bomber aircraft. In 1961, improved, high-altitude surface-to-air missiles (SAMs), the U.S. Air Force's doctrinal change to low-level penetration bombing, the large development costs of the B-70 program, and the introduction of intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) to the U.S. nuclear arsenal, led to the cancellation of the B-70 program. As such, two prototype aircraft were built, and designated XB-70A; these aircraft were used for supersonic test-flights during 1964–69. In 1966, one prototype crashed after colliding in midair with a smaller jet aircraft; the remaining Valkyrie bomber is in the National Museum of the United States Air Force, in Ohio. Design[edit] The Valkyrie was designed to be a high-altitude Mach 3 bomber with six engines. Harrison Storms shaped the aircraft[68] with a canard surface and a delta wing, which was built largely of stainless steel, sandwiched honeycomb panels, and titanium. The XB-70 was designed to use supersonic technologies developed for the Mach 3 Navaho, as well as a modified form of the SM-64 Navaho's all-inertial guidance system.[69] The XB-70 used compression lift, which was generated from a prominent wedge at the center of the engine inlets that created a shock wave below the aircraft. The wing included inboard camber to more effectively use the higher pressure field behind the strong shock wave (the airflow at the XB-70 wing's leading edge was subsonic).[70] The compression lift increased the lift by five percent.[71] Unique among aircraft of its size, the outer portions of the wings were hinged, and could be pivoted downward by up to 65 degrees. This increased the aircraft's directional stability at supersonic speeds, shifted the center of lift to a more favorable position at high speeds, and strengthened the compression lift effect.[72] With the wingtips drooped downwards, the compression lift shock wave would be further trapped under the wings. The XB-70 was equipped with six General Electric YJ93-GE-3 turbojet engines, designed to use JP-6 jet fuel. The engine was stated to be in the "30,000-pound class", but actually produced 28,000 lbf (124.6 kN) with afterburner and 19,900 lbf (88 kN) without afterburner.[73][74] The Valkyrie used fuel for cooling; it was pumped through heat exchangers before reaching the engines.[25] To reduce the likelihood of autoignition, nitrogen was injected into the JP-6 during refueling, and the "fuel pressurization and inerting system" vaporized a 700 lb (320 kg) supply of liquid nitrogen to fill the fuel tank vent space and maintain tank pressure.[75] Development[edit] Background[edit] Main article: WS-110A As an offshoot of Boeing's MX-2145 manned boost-glide bomber project, Boeing partnered with RAND Corporation in January 1954 to explore what sort of aircraft would be needed to deliver the various nuclear weapons then under development. Providing for a long range and high payload were obvious requirements, but they also concluded that after release of nuclear bombs the bomber would need supersonic speed to escape the critical blast-radius. The aircraft also had to be large to carry a reasonable bomb load and a high fuel load for the unrefueled range required from the continental United States to the Soviet Union.[2] For some time the aviation industry had been examining this problem. From the mid-1940s, there was much interest in using nuclear-powered aircraft in the bomber role.[3][4][N 1] In a conventional jet engine, thrust is provided by accelerating air, which is accomplished by heating it with burning jet fuel. In a nuclear engine, heat is supplied by a reactor, although a small amount of jet fuel was carried for use during high-power portions of flight—take-off and high-speed dashes. Another possibility was the use of boron-enriched "zip fuels", which improved the energy density of the fuel by about 40 percent,[5] and could be used in versions of existing jet engine designs.[5] Zip fuels appeared to offer sufficient performance improvement to produce a strategic bomber with supersonic speed. The U.S. Air Force followed these developments closely, and in 1955 issued General Operational Requirement No. 38 for a new bomber with the payload and intercontinental range of the B-52 and the Mach 2 top speed of the Convair B-58 Hustler.[6] The new bomber was expected to enter service in 1963.[7][N 2]
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Air New Zealand, North America to Australia

Air New Zealand, North America to Australia

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Flying to Australia from North America? Fly different. Air New Zealand invites you to fly to Australia via Auckland from one of 5 North American gateways. You’ll arrive smiling and feeling refreshed. Book now: http://www.airnewzealand.com
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The Fastest Plane in the World (720p)

The Fastest Plane in the World (720p)

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The X-15 was based on a concept study from Walter Dornberger for the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) for a hypersonic research aircraft. The requests for proposal (RFPs) were published on 30 December 1954 for the airframe and on 4 February 1955 for the rocket engine. The X-15 was built by two manufacturers: North American Aviation was contracted for the airframe in November 1955, and Reaction Motors was contracted for building the engines in 1956. Faster than the SR-71. Like many X-series aircraft, the X-15 was designed to be carried aloft and drop launched from under the wing of a NASA B-52 mother ship. Air Force NB-52A, "The High and Mighty One" (serial 52-0003, a.k.a. Balls Three), and NB-52B, "The Challenger" (serial 52-0008, a.k.a. Balls 8) served as carrier planes for all X-15 flights. Release took place at an altitude of about 8.5 miles (13.7 km) and a speed of about 500 miles per hour (805 km/h).[6] The X-15 fuselage was long and cylindrical, with rear fairings that flattened its appearance, and thick, dorsal and ventral wedge-fin stabilizers. Parts of the fuselage were heat-resistant nickel alloy (Inconel-X 750).[5] The retractable landing gear comprised a nose-wheel carriage and two rear skids. The skids did not extend beyond the ventral fin, which required the pilot to jettison the lower fin just before landing. The lower fin was recovered by parachute. Performance: Maximum speed: Mach 6 or 4,520 mph (7,274 km/h) Range: 280 mi (450 km) Service ceiling: 67 mi (108 km, 354,330 ft) Rate of climb: 60,000 ft/min (18,288 m/min) Wing loading: 170 lb/ft2 (829 kg/m2) Thrust/weight: 2.07
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A Day in the Life of Air Traffic Over the United States

A Day in the Life of Air Traffic Over the United States

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Courtesy NASA FACET is a simulation tool for exploring advanced air traffic management concepts. An efficient and effective air traffic management system is vital to the U.S. transportation infrastructure. Since 1978, when the airline industry was deregulated, the inflation adjusted gross domestic product (GDP) has increased by 62 percent. In this same time period, total output of scheduled passenger air transportation (as measured by Revenue Passenger Miles) has increased by 190 percent and total airfreight ton miles have increased by 289 percent. Since 1997, flight delays have skyrocketed - doubling in only four years. These trends are expected to continue. In 1998, airline delays in the U.S. cost industry and passengers $4.5 billion -- the equivalent of a 7 percent tax on every dollar collected by all the domestic airlines combined. Click to subscribe! http://bit.ly/subAIRBOYD The most viewed aviation channel on YouTube.
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North American T-6 Texan (aka Harvard)

North American T-6 Texan (aka Harvard)

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One of the founding aircraft of the New Zealand Warbirds Association, this ex-Royal New Zealand Air Force North American T-6 Texan/Harvard (ZK-WAR) has undergone a change of colour scheme in recent years, and it now wears a US Navy scheme (in contrast to its previous RNZAF camouflage scheme) The aircraft is shown here during a display at Ardmore Aerodrome, Auckland, New Zealand. -- http://www.aviationfilm.com Copyright © 2013 Historical Aviation Film Unit This video material may not be reproduced in any form (except as an embedded video on any other website), without the written permission of the Historical Aviation Film Unit.
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The Fastest X-Plane - Mach 7 North American X-15 (720p)

The Fastest X-Plane - Mach 7 North American X-15 (720p)

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This educational HD video describes how the X-15 Aircraft was designed and built by North American Aviation. Engineered to be the worlds fastest aircraft, the North American X-15 was a hypersonic rocket-powered aircraft operated by the USAF and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) as part of the X-plane experimental aerospace projects. The X-15 set speed and altitude records in the 1960s, reaching the edge of outer space and returning with valuable data later used in aircraft design. As of September 2015, the X-15 holds the official world record for the highest speed ever recorded by a manned, powered aircraft. It would ultimately reach a top speed of 4,520 miles per hour (7,274 km/h), or Mach 6.72.
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FS2004 - September 11 - The North Tower Attack (American Airlines Flight 11)

FS2004 - September 11 - The North Tower Attack (American Airlines Flight 11)

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  • Updated: 05 Sep 2015
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Please support this channel by following me on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/allecibay American Airlines Flight 11 was a domestic passenger flight that was hijacked by five al-Qaeda members on September 11, 2001, as part of the September 11 attacks. It crashed into the North Tower of the World Trade Center in New York City, killing all 92 people aboard and an unknown number in the building's impact zone. Like, comment, and subscribe if you enjoyed. Follow me on: https://www.facebook.com/allec.ibay https://twitter.com/joshandroma
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North American P-51C Mustang - Part 1 - Kermie Cam

North American P-51C Mustang - Part 1 - Kermie Cam

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You Are There! We've posted a couple of Kermie Cam videos with planes from the early days of flight, thought it would be nice to jump ahead in time and fly something from the WWII period. Step into the cockpit of a P-51C Mustang with me and go over the pre-flight check list. Get a first hand glimpse of what it is like to sit at the controls of this magnificent machine, and prepare to fly it. In parts one and two, you'll see my pre-flight preparation. Then in part three, we'll take to the skies. - Kermit Weeks (20120928) Watch the Kermie Cam of the P-51D model Mustang... https://youtu.be/jzKFkYLHq3Q Subscribe with link above for notification of future Kermit Weeks videos. Follow Kermit on Facebook... https://www.facebook.com/KermitWeeks
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Canada's NORAD Underground Complex (North America Air Defense) AeroSpaceDefence.ca North Bay- 4

Canada's NORAD Underground Complex (North America Air Defense) AeroSpaceDefence.ca North Bay- 4

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Canada's NORAD Underground Complex (North America Air Defense) AeroSpaceDefence.ca North Bay- 4 Full Playlist: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLADE9B4886BC142AB Canadian Forces Museum of Aerospace Defence (CFMAD) at North Bay, Ontario Canada http://www.aerospacedefence.ca/ See more: NORAD - Super Structures http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PYRPMOPeuqk NORAD (North American Aerospace Defense Command) Part 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RZaR5aSbUrM&NR=1 Full Playlist: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLADE9B4886BC142AB&feature=plcp TilTul http://tiltul.com LinksYouWantToRemember CIMG1084.AVI
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XP11 - 9/11 - The North Tower Strike (American Airlines Flight 11)

XP11 - 9/11 - The North Tower Strike (American Airlines Flight 11)

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Thanks for watching! Next video is Eastern Airlines Flight 855 (Might take 3-5 days because I'm busy) and then Air France Flight 4590 :) stay tuned. The American Airlines Flight 11 aircraft was a Boeing 767-223ER delivered in 1987, registration number N334AA. The 11 crew members were Captain John Ogonowski, First Officer Thomas McGuinness, and flight attendants Barbara Arestegui, Jeffrey Collman, Sara Low, Karen Martin, Kathleen NicosiaBetty Ong, Jean Roger, Dianne Snyder, and Amy Sweeney. Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/xpilotyt/
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The Fastest Plane In The World: US Air Force North American X-15 Fastest Fighter Jet In The World

The Fastest Plane In The World: US Air Force North American X-15 Fastest Fighter Jet In The World

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Fastest plane in the world speediest aircraft known to man or fastest jet in the world X-15. Fastest aircraft The North American X-15 was a hypersonic rocket-powered aircraft operated by the United States Air Force and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration as part of the X-plane series of experimental aircraft. While the Blackbird Plane SR-71 was the fastest manned airplane ever made, the fastest manned aircraft is the North American X-15, a rocket plane that flew for the first time on June 8, 1959, launched from a NASA NB-52B mothership. On October 1967 it pulverized all records: 4,520 miles per hour (7,274 km/h). World’s fastest military aircraft in the world twelve test pilots flew the X-15. Among these were Neil Armstrong, later a NASA astronaut and first man to set foot on the Moon, and Joe Engle, later a commander of NASA Space Shuttle test flights. Fastest fighter jet in the world a short guide to the fastest airplane ever. Still the fastest airplane ever flown, the North American X-15 earned its title 40 years ago, when on October 3, 1967 Air Force Major William “Pete” Knight flew the rocket-powered aircraft to 4,520 mph, Mach 6.72. North American x-15 the world fastest plane in the world Because of the large fuel consumption of its rocket engine, the X-15 was air launched from a B-52 aircraft at about 45,000 feet and speeds upward of 500 mph. Fastest fighter plane in the world x-15 rocket plane. The X-15 is perhaps the most ambitious aircraft ever created. It was built to push the limits of Maximum plane speed: Mach 6.72, 4,520 mph it is fastest manned aircraft. Fastest plane on earth and world's fastest jet speed The North American X-15 was a rocket-powered, missile-shaped manned aircraft operated by the U.S. Air Force and NASA as part of the X-plane series of experimental high speed aircraft. Fastest military aircraft in the world Moreover NASA planned maximum altitude for X-15 flights was at 360,000 feet safety reasons: even if the aircraft could go well above 400,000 feet there was concern about the reentry from that altitude. Fastest plane in the world mph 2015 The North American X-15 is the fastest and highest-flying manned aircraft. Decades after its record-breaking flights, it’s inspiring a new generation of space planes. World’s fastest plane ever built takeoff and landing is X-15 building fastest plane in action over a period of nearly 10 years beginning in 1959, the titanium-clad X-15 flew 199 missions, reaching more than four-and-a-half times the speed of sound.
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North American TF-51 Mustang 'Miss Velma' - Duxford Air Festival 2017

North American TF-51 Mustang 'Miss Velma' - Duxford Air Festival 2017

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Anglia Aircraft Restorations P-51D Mustang, 'Miss Velma', displaying during the IWM Duxford Air Festival 2017. Built too late to see combat service in World War Two, P-51D 44-84847 was one of the last Mustangs constructed at North American Aviation’s Dallas, Texas, plant. Details of her post war service career are limited, but there is photographic evidence, from September 1951, of her serving with the 45th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron at Kimpo, South Korea, during the Korean War. By late 1951 the 45th TRS were replacing their ageing Mustangs with RF-80 Shooting Star jets, and so 44-84847 was shipped back to the US to serve with the Air National Guard until around 1956. She then slips off the radar until January 1999 when she re-appears in North Dakota as a restoration project. The airframe joined The Fighter Collection fleet the following year and was moved to Chino, California for a full restoration with the decision made to modify her to two-seat TF-51D configuration. The restoration culminated in a first flight in May 2007 with Steve Hinton at the controls. Following this she was painted in the 55th Fighter Group scheme of Capt Frank Birtciel’s P-51D 44-14561, Miss Velma. Following the successful completion of her flight testing, Miss Velma was fitted with external drop tanks and flew across the Atlantic to the UK, where she arrived at Duxford on the 4th July 2007. On 11th July 2016 'Miss Velma' was sold by TFC to Anglia Aircraft Restorations Ltd. and the aircraft moved its base to North Weald in Essex. Since then the aircraft has returned to its previous base at Duxford, still under the ownership of Anglia Restorations. Video and Audio content is Copyright © 2017 High Flight Films/Stephen Keeler This video and audio material may not be reproduced in any form (except as the videos Youtube embedded video option on any other website), without written permission.
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The U.S. and Canadian Air Power Vigilant Shield 16 the North America continent.

The U.S. and Canadian Air Power Vigilant Shield 16 the North America continent.

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Exercise Vigilant Shield 16 is an annual event designed to increase effective NORAD interoperability between the U.S. and Canada to bolster air space defense of the North America continent. U.S. and Canadian Forces conduct bi-lateral training out of Canadian Forces Base U.S. and Canadian Forces conduct bi-lateral training out of Canadian Forces Base Goose Bay. ====================================================== -------Other videos : Marine Corps to Pick New Amphibious Vehicle by Summer 2018 https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=PnHLmdX5g30-------- -----------Other videos : Spy Plane Watching China Building Missile Structures in South China Sea https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=5e_99eZYsnk------- ====================================================== DISCLAIMER: Information, Facts or Opinion expressed in this Video are Presented as Sources and do not reflects views of Military Colonel and hence Military Colonel is not liable or responsible for the same. The Sources are responsible for accuracy, Completeness, suitaibility and Validity of any information in this Documentary. DISCLAIMER: If any of your content at me without your permission please confirm to me with the address chekdavid8@gmail.com to be clear, thank you for your cooperation..
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North American Air 011 - Boeing 757-28A [N750NA] - MBJ Runway 07 Takeoff - Onboard in HD

North American Air 011 - Boeing 757-28A [N750NA] - MBJ Runway 07 Takeoff - Onboard in HD

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Onboard North American Airlines Boeing 757 departing back to New York-Kennedy (JFK) from Sangster Intl Airport (MBJ/MKJS) in Montego Bay Jamaica off runway 07! Thanks for watching
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North American Harvards At The American Air Show Duxford 2016

North American Harvards At The American Air Show Duxford 2016

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  • Updated: 13 Dec 2016
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Air Show LSV Flensburg - North American T6

Air Show LSV Flensburg - North American T6

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V-Rare Blackpool Visitor! North American T-6 Texan/SNJ/Harvard 3(G-BGOR 88-14863)

V-Rare Blackpool Visitor! North American T-6 Texan/SNJ/Harvard 3(G-BGOR 88-14863)

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North American AT-6D Harvard III G-BGOR (88-14863) taxiing and take-off from Blackpool Airport. Very rare visit to Blackpool airport by this classic Warbird/Historic training aircraft, Same weekend as Southport air show, Not sure where it was heading? Arrived, stopped for fuel and then taxied away never to be seen again! The North American Aviation T-6 Texan is an American single-engined advanced trainer aircraft used to train pilots of the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF), United States Navy, Royal Air Force, and other air forces of the British Commonwealth during World War II and into the 1970s. Designed by North American Aviation, the T-6 is known by a variety of designations depending on the model and operating air force. The United States Army Air Corps (USAAC) and USAAF designated it as the AT-6, the United States Navy the SNJ, and British Commonwealth air forces the Harvard, the name by which it is best known outside the US. Starting in 1948, the new United States Air Force (USAF) designated it the T-6, with the USN following in 1962. It remains a popular warbird aircraft used for airshow demonstrations and static displays. It has also been used many times to simulate various Japanese aircraft, including the Mitsubishi A6M Zero in movies depicting World War II in the Pacific.
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XB-70 Valkyrie Mid-air collision June 8, 1966

XB-70 Valkyrie Mid-air collision June 8, 1966

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http://newyork.craigslist.org/mnh/tlg/5757644303.html On 8 June 1966, XB-70A #2 was in close formation with four other aircraft (an F-4, F-5, T-38, and F-104) for a photoshoot at the behest of General Electric, manufacturer of the engines of all five aircraft. With the photoshoot complete, the F-104 drifted into contact with the XB-70's right wing, flipped over, and rolling inverted, passed over the top of the Valkyrie, struck the vertical stabilizers and left wing and exploded, destroying the Valkyrie's rudders and damaging its left wing. With the loss of both rudders and damage to the wings, the Valkyrie entered an uncontrollable spin and crashed into the ground north of Barstow, California. NASA Chief Test Pilot Joe Walker (F-104 pilot) and Carl Cross (XB-70 co-pilot) were killed, while Al White (XB-70 pilot) ejected, sustaining serious injuries, including one arm being crushed as it was caught in the clamshell-like escape capsule as it closed around him just before ejection from the aircraft. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jsi6ukXg9as http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0CHchCKeMOU The USAF summary report of the accident investigation stated that, given the position of the F-104 relative to the XB-70, the F-104 pilot would not have been able to see the XB-70's wing, except by uncomfortably looking back over his left shoulder. The report concluded that Walker, piloting the F-104, likely maintained his position by looking at the fuselage of the XB-70, forward of his position. The report estimated that the F-104 was 70 ft (21 m) to the side of, and 10 ft (3 m) below, the fuselage of the XB-70. The report concluded that from that position, without appropriate sight cues, Walker was unable to properly perceive his motion relative to the Valkyrie, leading to his aircraft drifting into contact with the XB-70's wing. The accident investigation also pointed to the wake vortex off the XB-70's wingtips as the reason for the F-104's sudden roll over and into the bomber.
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Paul Wood and the North American F86 Sabre - Baraboo Dells Air Show 2010.

Paul Wood and the North American F86 Sabre - Baraboo Dells Air Show 2010.

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Paul Wood and the North American F86 Sabre - Baraboo Dells Air Show 2010. No music or sound effects... just actual cockpit/engine noise, ambient noise and Fast Eddie. Directed, filmed and produced by Rick Markley. www.RickMarkley.com www.nextlevel-com.com Ground camera operated by Kurt Wenger of Drop Frame Productions. www.dropframe.com Grip - P/A: Derrick Hable
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X-15 (1959) North American Aviation, US Air Force, NASA; Hypersonic Spaceplane

X-15 (1959) North American Aviation, US Air Force, NASA; Hypersonic Spaceplane

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X-15 playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLE17571B5928455F5 More at http://scitech.quickfound.net/astro/nasa_news.html Coverage of X-15 flight test program including early flights of Scott Crossfield. "This is a report on the development and testing of a new research tool designed to take man to the fringe of space. This craft, a combined airplane and space vehicle, has a potential speed greater than 4,000 miles and hour. Its pilot will be one of our first space travelers. Sponsored by the Air Force, Navy, and National Aeronautics and Space Administration, this vehicle was designed and built by North American Aviation. Public domain film from the US National Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and one-pass brightness-contrast-color correction & mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). also see "X-15 Research Project" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jdq_l-8PNPA also see "The X-15 1960-1980" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DotPks_hnlg http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_American_X-15 The North American X-15 was a hypersonic rocket-powered aircraft operated by the United States Air Force and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration as part of the X-plane series of experimental aircraft. The X-15 set speed and altitude records in the 1960s, reaching the edge of outer space and returning with valuable data used in aircraft and spacecraft design. As of September 2015, the X-15 holds the official world record for the highest speed ever recorded by a manned, powered aircraft. It could reach a top speed of 4,520 miles per hour (7,274 km/h), or Mach 6.72. During the X-15 program, 13 flights by eight pilots met the Air Force spaceflight criterion by exceeding the altitude of 50 miles (80 km), thus qualifying these pilots as being astronauts... Of the 199 X-15 missions, two flights (both by Joseph A. Walker) qualified as true space flights per the international (Fédération Aéronautique Internationale) definition of a spaceflight by exceeding 100 kilometers (62.1 mi) in altitude... from "X-15: Extending the Frontiers of Flight" 2008 http://ntrs.nasa.gov/archive/nasa/casi.ntrs.nasa.gov/20080008340_2008004059.pdf FOREWORD: WILLIAM H. DANA The X-15 was an airplane of accelerations. When an X-15 pilot looks back on his X-15 flights, it is the accelerations he remembers. The first of these sensations was the acceleration due to B-52 lift, which held the X-15 at launch altitude and prevented it from falling to Earth. When the X-15 pilot hit the launch switch, the B-52 lift was no longer accessible to the X-15. The X-15 fell at the acceleration due to Earth's gravity, which the pilot recognized as "free fall" or "zero g." Only when the pilot started the engine and put some "g" on the X-15 was this sensation of falling relieved. The next impression encountered on the X-15 flight came as the engine lit, just a few seconds after launch. A 33,000-pound airplane was accelerated by a 57,000-lbf engine, resulting in a chest-to-back acceleration of almost 2 g. Then, as the propellant burned away and the atmosphere thinned with increasing altitude, the chest-to-back acceleration increased and the drag caused by the atmosphere lessened. For a standard altitude mission (250,000 feet), the weight and thrust were closer to 15,000 pounds and 60,000-lbf at shutdown, resulting in almost 4-g chest-to-back acceleration. The human body is not stressed for 4 g chest to back, and by shutdown the boost was starting to get a little painful. Milt Thompson once observed that the X-15 was the only aircraft he had ever flown where he was glad when the engine quit. On a mission to high altitude (above 250,000 feet), the pilot did not regain any sensible air with which to execute a pullout until about 180,000 feet, and could not pull 1 g of lift until 130,000 feet. Flying a constant angle of attack on reentry, the pilot allowed g to build up to 5, and then maintained 5 g until the aircraft was level at about 80,000 feet. There was a deceleration from Mach 5 at 80,000 feet to about Mach 1 over the landing runway, and the pilot determined the magnitude of the deceleration by the use of speed brakes. This ended the high-g portion of the flight, except for one pilot who elected to start his traffic pattern at 50,000 feet and Mach 2, and flew a 360-degree overhead pattern from that starting point. Flight to high altitude represented about two-thirds of the 199 X-15 flights. Flights to high speed or high dynamic pressure accounted for the other third...
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