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  • Garry
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    Two crashes of a test bed mean nothing. Everything may crush.

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  • huh_what
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    yeah the video was a 1992 prototype crash not an experiment
    I'm never gonna believe everything on discovery channel, at least not discovery channel canada

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  • Jimmy
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    Originally posted by *BEEP*
    That was the prototype crash in 1992. The one in 2004 was a production one. Like I said they are going to use the remains of the 2004 crash to make a new F-22. The 1992 crash was a problem with thrust vectoring.
    Do you have a source that they're gonna reuse it? The plane burned up and broke into two main pieces.

    Yeah, the 92 crash was a YF-22, and the pilot rode it in fighting. Last year's crash is the one where the pilot ejected.

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  • *BEEP*
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    Originally posted by Jimmy
    It was a software malfunction. The oscillation was the pilot fighting the computer. The pilot did not eject (look at the canopy).
    That was the prototype crash in 1992. The one in 2004 was a production one. Like I said they are going to use the remains of the 2004 crash to make a new F-22. The 1992 crash was a problem with thrust vectoring.

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  • Jimmy
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    Originally posted by huh_what
    and i dont want to repeat this again but THE VIDEO YOU SHOWED ME WAS A TESTING (i think) of the horizontal stabalizers and gearless landing

    I just need someone with more knowledge to back this up

    It was a software malfunction. The oscillation was the pilot fighting the computer. The pilot did not eject (look at the canopy).

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  • *BEEP*
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    Originally posted by Insomniac
    Yes, he did, but the tape was cut before it was done. The plane fell apart all over the runway. On the sight which I found this they said specifically that it was due to failure with the aircraft and no test. Don't believe the discovery channel when it comes to the military.

    http://www.f-22raptor.com/ho_newsview_1.php?id=152
    One prototype crashed and a production version crashed. USAF is going to use the remains to make a new F/A-22.

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  • huh_what
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    and i dont want to repeat this again but THE VIDEO YOU SHOWED ME WAS A TESTING (i think) of the horizontal stabalizers and gearless landing

    I just need someone with more knowledge to back this up

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  • huh_what
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    it isn' necessary USAF crashing the Raptor
    It could have been lockheed martin testing its development fighters
    The thing is the those bugs are worked out now
    better than building a cheap jet and going through problems while on the front line

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  • Insomniac
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    Originally posted by huh_what
    also the background in the video is clear and endless
    Nellis AFB is in the middle of a desert and surrounded by mountains

    actual video of Nellis AFB crash
    video simulation
    rtsp://real.gannett.speedera.net/real.gannett/atpco/060805_f22crash.rm
    Are you saying that Raptor has crashed twice? What was the USAF thinking?!

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  • huh_what
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    also the background in the video is clear and endless
    Nellis AFB is in the middle of a desert and surrounded by mountains

    actual video of Nellis AFB crash
    video simulation
    rtsp://real.gannett.speedera.net/real.gannett/atpco/060805_f22crash.rm

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  • huh_what
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    if you've cared to see the actual video (which i have)
    the f/a-22 takes off, goes into afterburner, begins to yaw, turns off afturburner, begin to pitch and roll, turn rearwards, then crash
    I'm not denying the fact that f/a-22(s) crashed
    i'm just saying that your video is not a video footage of the Nellis AFB crash

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  • Insomniac
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    It did those spins before the video started.

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  • huh_what
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    wow. how ignorant
    the f-22 crash at nellis airforce was different from the video
    It took off in full afterburners and did some 360+ spins before crashing onto the runway

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  • Insomniac
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    Originally posted by huh_what
    if you havent noticed, the pilot didn't eject
    Yes, he did, but the tape was cut before it was done. The plane fell apart all over the runway. On the sight which I found this they said specifically that it was due to failure with the aircraft and no test. Don't believe the discovery channel when it comes to the military.

    http://www.f-22raptor.com/ho_newsview_1.php?id=152
    Last edited by Insomniac; 19 Nov 05,, 08:41.

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  • huh_what
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    if you havent noticed, the pilot didn't eject

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