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Watch This: POV Footage of Pilot's Crash Landing Proves a Valuable Learning Tool

Larry Hockensmith—a licensed power pilot for over 40 years, but still a student glider pilot—was flying over the Cleveland National Forest, a few miles southwest of Lake Elsinore, California, when he executed a rather dramatic and unfavourable outlanding, effectively "totaling" his Schweizer 1-26 sailplane, valued at £5,500. Read More >>

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This Is the Scariest Way to Land a Jet

Landing a 767 on its belly is one thing—and definitely no easy feat. But what about crash-landing an old-as-hell Iranian F-5 fighter with its nose scraping the dirt? Read More >>


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