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Stallion Tail Boom Failure


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At first glance it's easy to attribute it to structural or mechanical failure, but reading the comments it may have been "pilot induced oscilation" (PIO). Hadn't heard of that before but it makes sense - you can see what's happening to the back end from the very beginning of the clip.

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At first glance it's easy to attribute it to structural or mechanical failure, but reading the comments it may have been "pilot induced oscilation" (PIO). Hadn't heard of that before but it makes sense - you can see what's happening to the back end from the very beginning of the clip.

 

You clearly do not understand the concept of "Pilot Induced Oscillation".

 

And this sure as **** ain't it!

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