Disney Pixar’s Cars OST – #7. John Mayer – Route 66 [Extended Film Version] (With Lyrics)

February 2, 2011


Disney Pixar’s Cars OST. Well if you ever plan to motor west Travel my way, take the highway that’s the best Get your kicks on Route 66 Well it winds from Chicago to LA More than two thousands miles all the way Get your kicks on Route 66 Well it goes to St. Louis Down to Missouri Oklahoma City looks oh so pretty You’ll see Amarillo Gallup, New Mexico Flagstaff, Arizona Don’t forget Wynonna Kingman, Barstow, San Bernardino Won’t you get hip to this kindly tip And go take that California trip Get your kicks on Route 66 Get your kicks on Route 66

AVIATION TRIBUTE FS2004 FILM [HD]

October 15, 2010


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Army Fixed Wing Flight Training

December 29, 2009

This footage shows Army fixed wing flight training activities during a nine month period in 1968. The film was taken at Fort Stewart, GA and Fort Rucker, AL. Each training class was comprised of between 25-30 commissioned officers and distinguished by the color of their hats. This particular group of officers was known as the "Gold Hat" class. Initial scenes are of primary training at Ft. Stewart, where officers were taught basic flying skills in the Army’s T-41 Mescalero (a modified Cessna 172). Scenes at Ft. Stewart include footage of the Army’s T-41 training fleet at Wright Army Airfield (AAF) and pilots practicing takeoffs and landings on unimproved grass strips at Ft. Stewart. Advanced training at Fort Rucker was conducted in Army T-42 Beech Baron twin engine aircraft and the Cessna O-1 "Birddog" aircraft. The training pilots received in the Baron led to their multiengine and instrument ratings as Army pilots. The training in the "Dog" was tactical in nature and oriented towards preparing the new aviators for assignments upon graduation: a combat flying tour in Vietnam. There most would be flying the Birddogs in combat support activities such as reconnaissance, direction of artillery and naval gunfire, and forward air control. The T-42 footage shows officers being bused to Cairns AAF and activities from a typical training flight. In this sequence the pilot is receiving training flying with a hood and culminates the day’s training with an instrument approach to Cairns AAF. The Birddog footage is taken at several satellite fields at Fort Rucker. Pilots are seen practicing landings over fifty foot obstacles, preflight activities, low level flying (dead reckoning), and the film ends with a scene showing the completion of a tactical 360 degree overhead approach and landing in a Birddog. – Great to see a well documented movie. This home movie should be very interesting to those who were at Fort Stewart, Geortgia and Fort Rucker, Alabama in the late 1960’s.
thanks for the trip down memory lane. I was a Catkiller from March 1969 – March 1970. Became a Flight commander for the Tactics portion of the Bird Dog phase closing out the Bird Dog training in 1972. Thanks for the ride!

Duration : 0:23:48

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Eastern Air Lines Flight 401 FAA Recreation Safety Film

December 8, 2009

Video Courtesy: FAA via Lessons Learned From Transport Airplane Accidents

http://accidents-ll.faa.gov/ll_main.cfm?TabID=1&LLID=8

Eastern Airlines Flight 401 crashed into the Florida Everglades while on approach to Miami International Airport. The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) determined that the crash was the result of an inadvertent autopilot disconnection that went unnoticed by the flightcrew as they were attempting to correct an unsafe landing gear position indication. The NTSB determined that the uncommanded descent into the Everglades was the result of the flightcrew’s failure to monitor the airplane’s flight path and an improper division of duties on the flight deck while troubleshooting an anomalous system indication. Of the 163 persons on board 112 were killed in the crash. This accident was one of the precipitating accidents leading to the development and industry-wide adoption of flightcrew resource management philosophies and training.

Duration : 0:3:11

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Disorientation 1973 Vintage FAA Training Film

August 20, 2009

This program alerts pilots to inflight situations that are potentially disorientating by describing how this physiological phenomenon influences and often distorts flying judgments. It suggests that when physical senses are at variance with pit instruments, you should not randomly hit buttons.

Duration : 0:14:8

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Flying Floats 1973 Vintage FAA Aviation Training Film

August 3, 2009

Flying Floats 1973 Vintage FAA Aviation Training Film

Duration : 0:19:13

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How Airplanes Fly 1968 Vintage Aviation Training Film

July 16, 2009

Department of Transportation
Federal Aviation Administration

How Airplanes Fly
NTIS AVA08357VNB1

What makes an airplane get off the ground and stay in the air? Easy to understand film combines animation and live sequences to explain … all ยป basic aerodynamics. Forces of lift, weight, thrust and drag are shown in relation to flight.

Duration : 0:18:30

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