• Novritsch goes America

    My first Vlog. Me traveling to America, California, Los Angeles. Jet's Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/DesertFoxAirsoft Leah's Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/theairsoftunicorn Airsoft Shop: http://novritsch.com/redwolfairsoft Facebook: http://facebook.com/novritsch Instagram: http://instagram.com/novritsch

    published: 25 Feb 2016
  • US Air Force - 10 most expensive Aircraft to operate

    Let us introduce the most expensive US Air Force aircraft to operate. The costs per flight hour if military aircraft can reach insane levels - Consisting of spare part costs, maintenance, fuel, shelter, crew etc. Here are the top ten when it comes to operation costs: 10. 0:11 F-22 Raptor 09. 0:43 B-1B Lancer 08. 1:20 CV-22 Osprey 07. 2:00 F-35 Lightning II 06. 2:36 B-52 Stratofortress 05. 4:07 E-8C Joint Stars 04. 4:31 OC-135 Open Skies 03. 5:12 C-5 Galaxy 02. 6:13 B-2 Spirit 01. 7:37 Air Force One and 8:04 E-4 Nightwatch With the F-22, the F-35 and B-2 all stealth aircraft that are currently operated by the USAF made the list (the F-117 has been retired). With the B-1B, the B-52 and the B-2 all big bombers made the list also. There is also an interesting article about the costs to oper...

    published: 08 Jun 2016
  • Air Force One Security U.S. President Obama two day visit to Mexico

    LSN360 NEWS LATINO PRESS WORLDWIDE http://www.Channel1la.com The government of Mexico's Federal Police, Secretary of the Navy, Secretary of Defense and Estado Mayor Presidencial (Equivalent secret service) provided the highest level of security to President Obama's two-day visit to Mexico City

    published: 03 May 2013
  • Luxury Airline Travel | Priority Jet | USA Canada

    Priority Jet is the nations leading provider of luxury and business jet charter, aircraft maintenance, aviation asset management and aircraft sales and acquisition services for aircraft owners and charter clients. Priority Jet specializes in luxury travel and has private charter teams operating in the United States, Canada and the Caribbean Islands. Contact them today! Visit us http://www.yellowpages.com/info-462531028/Priority-Jet?from=youtb

    published: 10 May 2011
  • Inside Air Force One: Secrets to Presidential Travel

    An exclusive look inside this flying fortress, from its emergency room to the presidential office.

    published: 05 May 2015
  • US navy jet breaks speed of sound flying past aircraft carrier

    An amateur video has been released which shows the moment a US navy jet breaks the speed of sound flying past an aircraft carrier, leaving an explosive sonic boom in its wake. In the 27-second video posted to YouTube, the F/A-18C Hornet flies past a group of watching sailors on an aircraft carrier at incredible speed, before a tail or air appears behind the jet and an explosive noise is heard as it breaks the speed of sound. The jet needed to reach speeds of roughly 768 mph in order to break the speed of sound. The distinct white-coloured sonic boom at the tail of the plane is the result of the shock waves caused from reaching supersonic speed.

    published: 06 Jan 2015
  • DC-8 Air Travel "Jet Mainliner Flight 803" pt2-2 1959 United Air Lines

    more at http://travel.quickfound.net/ NEW VERSION in one piece instead of multiple parts: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rPSUaBZ0wJA Public domain film from the Library of Congress Prelinger Archive, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Douglas_DC-8 The Douglas DC-8 is a four-engined narrow-body passenger commercial jet airliner, manufactured from 1958 to 1972 by the Douglas Aircraft Company. Launched later than the competing Boeing 707, the DC-8 nevertheless established Douglas in a stron...

    published: 31 May 2012
  • Aerion AS2 Supersonic Business Jet, United States - Best Travel Destination

    The Aerion AS2 is a supersonic business jet designed by Aerion Corporation in collaboration with Airbus, scheduled to enter service in 2021. The aircraft was first announced during September 2014, with test flights expected to commence in 2019. The unit cost is estimated to be US$100 million. The aircraft was first announced during September 2014, with test flights expected to commence in 2019. In a world that moves ever faster, it would seem to follow that fastest is the ultimate goal. The AS2 will fly at a speed of Mach 1.6, using supersonic laminar flow technology, or just over 1200 mph with a cruising speed of Mach 1.1 or Mach 1.2. and the wing design will allow for lighter fuel consumption and increased travel ranges by reducing drag by 20%. What this means is that a journey from Lond...

    published: 16 Feb 2015
  • Boeing and Saab Reveal New Jet for U.S. Air Force's T-X Competition – AINtv

    After three years of secrecy, Boeing Defense rolled out a new single-engine, twin-tail, high-wing training jet at its St. Louis headquarters on September 13. The U.S. manufacturer and its Swedish partner Saab have nearly completed two of the jets to compete for the U.S. Air Force’s T-X advanced training jet competition to find a replacement for the T-38 fighter trainer. The Boeing aircraft is the only one of the T-X competitors to feature an original design created specifically for the requirement.

    published: 19 Sep 2016
  • SUPER ADVANCED US Air Force B-2 stealth bomber

    Aircraft stealth us air force The Northrop Grumman B-2 Spirit, also known as the Stealth Bomber, is an American strategic bomber, featuring low observable stealth technology designed for penetrating dense anti-aircraft defenses; it is able to deploy both conventional and nuclear weapons. The bomber has a crew of two and can drop up to eighty 500 lb (230 kg)-class JDAM GPS-guided bombs, or sixteen 2,400 lb (1,100 kg) B83 nuclear bombs. The B-2 is the only aircraft that can carry large air-to-surface standoff weapons in a stealth configuration. Development originally started under the "Advanced Technology Bomber" (ATB) project during the Carter administration, and its performance was one of his reasons for the cancellation of the supersonic Rockwell B-1 Lancer. ATB continued during the Reag...

    published: 24 Mar 2014
Novritsch goes America

Novritsch goes America

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My first Vlog. Me traveling to America, California, Los Angeles. Jet's Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/DesertFoxAirsoft Leah's Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/theairsoftunicorn Airsoft Shop: http://novritsch.com/redwolfairsoft Facebook: http://facebook.com/novritsch Instagram: http://instagram.com/novritsch
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US Air Force - 10 most expensive Aircraft to operate

US Air Force - 10 most expensive Aircraft to operate

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Let us introduce the most expensive US Air Force aircraft to operate. The costs per flight hour if military aircraft can reach insane levels - Consisting of spare part costs, maintenance, fuel, shelter, crew etc. Here are the top ten when it comes to operation costs: 10. 0:11 F-22 Raptor 09. 0:43 B-1B Lancer 08. 1:20 CV-22 Osprey 07. 2:00 F-35 Lightning II 06. 2:36 B-52 Stratofortress 05. 4:07 E-8C Joint Stars 04. 4:31 OC-135 Open Skies 03. 5:12 C-5 Galaxy 02. 6:13 B-2 Spirit 01. 7:37 Air Force One and 8:04 E-4 Nightwatch With the F-22, the F-35 and B-2 all stealth aircraft that are currently operated by the USAF made the list (the F-117 has been retired). With the B-1B, the B-52 and the B-2 all big bombers made the list also. There is also an interesting article about the costs to operate the aircraft: http://www.migflug.com/jetflights/how-much-does-a-jet-cost-to-operate.html
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Air Force One Security U.S. President Obama two day visit to Mexico

Air Force One Security U.S. President Obama two day visit to Mexico

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LSN360 NEWS LATINO PRESS WORLDWIDE http://www.Channel1la.com The government of Mexico's Federal Police, Secretary of the Navy, Secretary of Defense and Estado Mayor Presidencial (Equivalent secret service) provided the highest level of security to President Obama's two-day visit to Mexico City
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Luxury Airline Travel | Priority Jet | USA Canada

Luxury Airline Travel | Priority Jet | USA Canada

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Priority Jet is the nations leading provider of luxury and business jet charter, aircraft maintenance, aviation asset management and aircraft sales and acquisition services for aircraft owners and charter clients. Priority Jet specializes in luxury travel and has private charter teams operating in the United States, Canada and the Caribbean Islands. Contact them today! Visit us http://www.yellowpages.com/info-462531028/Priority-Jet?from=youtb
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Inside Air Force One: Secrets to Presidential Travel

Inside Air Force One: Secrets to Presidential Travel

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An exclusive look inside this flying fortress, from its emergency room to the presidential office.
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US navy jet breaks speed of sound flying past aircraft carrier

US navy jet breaks speed of sound flying past aircraft carrier

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An amateur video has been released which shows the moment a US navy jet breaks the speed of sound flying past an aircraft carrier, leaving an explosive sonic boom in its wake. In the 27-second video posted to YouTube, the F/A-18C Hornet flies past a group of watching sailors on an aircraft carrier at incredible speed, before a tail or air appears behind the jet and an explosive noise is heard as it breaks the speed of sound. The jet needed to reach speeds of roughly 768 mph in order to break the speed of sound. The distinct white-coloured sonic boom at the tail of the plane is the result of the shock waves caused from reaching supersonic speed.
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DC-8 Air Travel "Jet Mainliner Flight 803" pt2-2 1959 United Air Lines

DC-8 Air Travel "Jet Mainliner Flight 803" pt2-2 1959 United Air Lines

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more at http://travel.quickfound.net/ NEW VERSION in one piece instead of multiple parts: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rPSUaBZ0wJA Public domain film from the Library of Congress Prelinger Archive, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Douglas_DC-8 The Douglas DC-8 is a four-engined narrow-body passenger commercial jet airliner, manufactured from 1958 to 1972 by the Douglas Aircraft Company. Launched later than the competing Boeing 707, the DC-8 nevertheless established Douglas in a strong position in the airliner market, and remained in production until 1972 when it began to be superseded by much larger designs, including the DC-10 and Boeing 747. The DC-8 design allowed it to hold slightly more cargo than the 707. Dozens of re-engined examples remain in freighter service to this day, while commercial 707 service had largely ended by 2000... Design phase Douglas secretly began jet transport project definition studies in mid-1952. By mid-1953 these had developed into a form very similar to the final DC-8; an 80-seat, low-wing aircraft with four Pratt & Whitney JT3C turbojet engines, 30° wing sweep, and an internal cabin diameter of exactly 11 feet (3.35 m) to allow five abreast seating. Maximum weight was to be 95 tons (86 tonnes), and range was estimated to be about 3,000--4,000 miles (4,800--6,400 km). Douglas remained lukewarm about the jet airliner project, but believed that the Air Force tanker contract would go to two companies for two different aircraft, as several USAF transport contracts in the past had done. In May 1954, the USAF circulated its requirement for 800 jet tankers to Boeing, Douglas, Convair, Fairchild, Lockheed, and Martin. Boeing was already just two months away from having their prototype in the air. Just four months after issuing the tanker requirement, the USAF ordered the first 29 KC-135s from Boeing. Besides Boeing's ability to provide a jet tanker promptly, the flying-boom air-to-air refueling system was also a Boeing product from the KC-97: developing the KC-135 had been a safe bet. ...Consultations with the airlines resulted in a number of changes: the fuselage was widened by 15 inches (38 cm) to allow six-abreast seating. This led to larger wings and tail surfaces and a longer fuselage. The DC-8 was officially announced in July 1955. Four versions were offered to begin with, all based on the same 150-foot-6-inch (45.87 m) long airframe with a 141-foot-1-inch (43.00 m) wingspan, but varying in engines and fuel capacity, and with maximum weights of about 120--130 tons (109--118 tonnes). Douglas steadfastly refused to offer different fuselage sizes. The maiden flight was planned for December 1957, with entry into revenue service in 1959. Well aware that they were lagging behind Boeing, Douglas began a major push to market the product... ...October 1955... Pan American placed simultaneous orders with Boeing for 20 707s and Douglas for 25 DC-8s. To buy one expensive and untried jet-powered aircraft type was brave: to buy both was at the time, unheard of. In the closing months of 1955, other airlines rushed to follow suit: Air France, American, Braniff, Continental and Sabena ordered 707s; United, National, KLM, Eastern, JAL and SAS chose the DC-8. In 1956 Air India, BOAC, Lufthansa, Qantas and TWA added over 50 to the 707 order book, while Douglas sold 22 DC-8s to Delta, Swissair, TAI, Trans-Canada and UAT. By the start of 1958, Douglas had sold 133 DC-8s as against Boeing's 150 707s... The first DC-8 was rolled out of the new factory at Long Beach in April 1958... The DC-8 entered revenue service first with Delta Air Lines on 18 September 1959 with United also entering service later on the same day. By March 1960, Douglas had reached their planned production rate of eight DC-8s a month.... On 21 August 1961 a Douglas DC-8 broke the sound barrier at Mach 1.012 (660 mph/1,062 km/h) while in a controlled dive through 41,000 feet (12,497 m) and maintained that speed, for 16 seconds. The flight was to collect data on a new leading-edge design for the wing, and while doing so, this DC-8 became the first civilian jet to make a supersonic flight. The aircraft was a DC-8-43 later delivered to Canadian Pacific Air Lines as CF-CPG. The aircraft, crewed by Captain William Magruder, First Officer Paul Patten, Flight Engineer Joseph Tomich and Flight Test Engineer Richard Edwards, took off from Edwards Air Force Base in California, and was accompanied to altitude by an F-104 flown by Chuck Yeager...
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Aerion AS2 Supersonic Business Jet, United States - Best Travel Destination

Aerion AS2 Supersonic Business Jet, United States - Best Travel Destination

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The Aerion AS2 is a supersonic business jet designed by Aerion Corporation in collaboration with Airbus, scheduled to enter service in 2021. The aircraft was first announced during September 2014, with test flights expected to commence in 2019. The unit cost is estimated to be US$100 million. The aircraft was first announced during September 2014, with test flights expected to commence in 2019. In a world that moves ever faster, it would seem to follow that fastest is the ultimate goal. The AS2 will fly at a speed of Mach 1.6, using supersonic laminar flow technology, or just over 1200 mph with a cruising speed of Mach 1.1 or Mach 1.2. and the wing design will allow for lighter fuel consumption and increased travel ranges by reducing drag by 20%. What this means is that a journey from London to New York could take just over four hours. The Aerion AS2 is far and away the world's fastest global business jet. The cabin is designed to accommodate up to 12 passengers and include a stateroom, shower and dining room.
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Boeing and Saab Reveal New Jet for U.S. Air Force's T-X Competition – AINtv

Boeing and Saab Reveal New Jet for U.S. Air Force's T-X Competition – AINtv

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After three years of secrecy, Boeing Defense rolled out a new single-engine, twin-tail, high-wing training jet at its St. Louis headquarters on September 13. The U.S. manufacturer and its Swedish partner Saab have nearly completed two of the jets to compete for the U.S. Air Force’s T-X advanced training jet competition to find a replacement for the T-38 fighter trainer. The Boeing aircraft is the only one of the T-X competitors to feature an original design created specifically for the requirement.
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SUPER ADVANCED US Air Force B-2 stealth bomber

SUPER ADVANCED US Air Force B-2 stealth bomber

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Aircraft stealth us air force The Northrop Grumman B-2 Spirit, also known as the Stealth Bomber, is an American strategic bomber, featuring low observable stealth technology designed for penetrating dense anti-aircraft defenses; it is able to deploy both conventional and nuclear weapons. The bomber has a crew of two and can drop up to eighty 500 lb (230 kg)-class JDAM GPS-guided bombs, or sixteen 2,400 lb (1,100 kg) B83 nuclear bombs. The B-2 is the only aircraft that can carry large air-to-surface standoff weapons in a stealth configuration. Development originally started under the "Advanced Technology Bomber" (ATB) project during the Carter administration, and its performance was one of his reasons for the cancellation of the supersonic Rockwell B-1 Lancer. ATB continued during the Reagan administration, but worries about delays in its introduction led to the reinstatement of the B-1 program as well. Program costs rose throughout development. Designed and manufactured by Northrop Grumman with assistance from Boeing, the cost of each aircraft averaged US$737 million (in 1997 dollars).[3] Total procurement costs averaged $929 million per aircraft, which includes spare parts, equipment, retrofitting, and software support.[3] The total program cost including development, engineering and testing, averaged $2.1 billion per aircraft in 1997.[3] Because of its considerable capital and operating costs, the project was controversial in the U.S. Congress and among the Joint Chiefs of Staff. The winding-down of the Cold War in the latter portion of the 1980s dramatically reduced the need for the aircraft, which was designed with the intention of penetrating Soviet airspace and attacking high-value targets. During the late 1980s and 1990s, Congress slashed plans to purchase 132 bombers to 21. In 2008, a B-2 was destroyed in a crash shortly after takeoff, and the crew ejected safely.[4] A total of 20 B-2s remain in service with the United States Air Force, who plan to operate the B-2 until 2058.[5] The B-2 is capable of all-altitude attack missions up to 50,000 feet (15,000 m), with a range of more than 6,000 nautical miles (11,000 km) unrefuelled and over 10,000 nautical miles (19,000 km) with one refueling. Though originally designed primarily as a nuclear bomber, it was first used in combat to drop conventional bombs on Serbia during the Kosovo War in 1999, and saw continued use during the war in Iraq and in Afghanistan.[6] Overview The B-2 Spirit was developed to take over the USAF's vital penetration missions, able to travel deep into enemy territory to deploy their ordnance, which could include nuclear weapons.[59] The B-2 is a flying wing aircraft, meaning it has no fuselage or tail.[59] The blending of low-observable technologies with high aerodynamic efficiency and large payload gives the B-2 significant advantages over previous bombers. Low observability provides a greater freedom of action at high altitudes, thus increasing both range and field of view for onboard sensors. The U.S. Air Force reports its range as approximately 6,000 nautical miles (6,900 mi; 11,000 km).[6][60] At cruising altitude the B-2 refuels every six hours, taking on up to 50 short tons (45 t) of fuel at a time.[61] Due to the aircraft's complex flight characteristics and design requirements to maintain very-low visibility to multiple means of detection, both the development and construction of the B-2 required pioneering use of computer-aided design and manufacturing technologies.[59][62] Northrop Grumman is the B-2's prime contractor; other contributing subcontractors include Boeing, Raytheon (formerly Hughes Aircraft), G.E. and Vought Aircraft.[6] The B-2 bears a resemblance to earlier Northrop aircraft: the YB-35 and YB-49 were both flying wing bombers that had been canceled in development in the early 1950s,[63] allegedly for political reasons.[64] As of September 2013 about 80 pilots fly the B-2.[61] Each aircraft has a crew of two, a pilot in the left seat and mission commander in the right,[6] and has provisions for a third crew member if needed.[65] For comparison, the B-1B has a crew of four and the B-52 has a crew of five.[6] The B-2 is highly automated and, unlike most two-seat aircraft, one crew member can sleep in a camp bed, use a toilet, or prepare a hot meal while the other monitors the aircraft; extensive sleep cycle and fatigue research was conducted to improve crew performance on long sorties.[66][67][61] The B-2, in the envisaged Cold War scenario, was to perform deep-penetrating nuclear strike missions, making use of its stealthy capabilities to avoid detection and interception throughout missions.[68] There are two internal bomb bays in which munitions are stored either on a rotary launcher or two bomb-racks; the carriage of the weapons loadouts internally results in less radar visibility than externally mounting of munitions.[69][70] Nuclear ordnance includes the B61 and B83 nuclear bombs
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