Favorite Aviation Videos
This video was created to commemorate the 67FS winning the 2011 Raytheon Trophy for outstanding aerial achievement, given to the top air-to-air squadron in the USAF.
Many years ago Rockwell International decided to get into the heavy duty automatic transmission business. They were getting ready to tape their first introductory video. As a warm up , the stage crew began what has become a legend within the training industry. This man should have won an academy award for his stellar performance.
Now keep in mind, this was strictly off the cuff; nothing was written down. NO TELEPROMTER, Nothing he says is true. He had NO script! This was a rehearsal for camera, lighting and stage crew. It’s all totally meaningless drivel made up as he goes along. It has been said that this video is still utilized as a training aide for incoming Congressmen, lawyers, and White House Administrators.
February 22, 2012 – Jeff Skiles and Sully Sullenberger take you inside the cockpit of Historical Flight Foundation’s DC-7B as they learn to fly the vintage airliner and earn their second-in-command type ratings
In May 2011, Jetman achieved a beautiful and memorable flight in the Grand Canyon in Arizona.
Tim is put through the ringer by Carol because he’s in the No-Frills section of the airplane while Harvey gets special treatment one seat ahead in First Class.
SCA-Endeavour extended aerial view during Tour of Southern California on September 21, 2012. Views included Malibu, Dodger Stadium, California Science Center, the Los Angeles Colosseum, downtown Los Angeles, the Hollywood Sign, Griffith Observatory, Pasadena, the Rose Bowl, Santa Monica, Long Beach, Angel Stadium of Anaheim, Space X, Universal Studios, Point Mugu before landing at Los Angeles International Airport at 12:51 pm PT.
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