Low Flying Aircraft

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    that is fantastic good find!
     
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    there was one of a harrier buzzing some yanks in iraq a while back - hilarious
     
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    that f 16 pilot is insane!!!
     
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    Maybe not as low as the Frenchies - But its my Fav all time aircraft:

    [YOUTUBE]xMcgSUVgijk[/YOUTUBE]

    And its all well and good doign it in a small nimble fighter - try it in something Bigger:

    [YOUTUBE]rYfhC9ft_hk[/YOUTUBE]
     
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    The French dont use Tornado's, in 92 it would have been some sort of Mirage but Im guessing there Alpha jets by the title. (can you tell Im a plane geek).

    I heard a thing about the old Bucaneers the RAF used to use. There was a myth that at very low level and at a certain speed the pilot could take its hands of the stick and it would fly level. Brave or stupid man to dispel that theory!!!!
     
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    that clip has been bashed about the net and changed a few times on who is flying/planes etc

    but i'm 100% they are tornadoes.
     
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    I was there when this happened[:D] Extra impressive as there really isnt alot of space between the fence and trees!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hnfxttS8Scw

    Sabine was racing it around the ring in a maclaren SLR, then when up for a ride in it while the pilot did some very mental stuff.
     
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    ^ ^ cool Nurby flyby.

    I always remember that news reporter chatting away & the wing clipped his head....

    How he survived was a miracle?????

    edit: found it

    [YOUTUBE]6wHyTyh5EWs[/YOUTUBE]
     
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    My mate does this for a job the lucky lucky *******.
     
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    if you fly low enough at the right speed, its pretty hard to deck it :) Cus of the buffer of air. So the nerds tell me at work.

    Who cares, some awesome clips. Especially that f-16/tonka/mirage/alpha dog/fun bus clip.
     

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