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Looks like a great auto, considering it is a multi-bladed system.......they almost always need a run-on to some extent.

While on youtube, check-out the S-92 auto.......if they didn't pull that nose up so high they would have been doing a run-on into the next county.

Multi-blade autos are always exciting.

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Looks like a great auto, considering it is a multi-bladed system.......they almost always need a run-on to some extent.

While on youtube, check-out the S-92 auto.......if they didn't pull that nose up so high they would have been doing a run-on into the next county.

Multi-blade autos are always exciting.

 

For everyone here is the S-92 video I think you are talking about.

 

Quite interesting to see such a big machine doing a full-on.

 

In Victoria DND does power recoveries with the Sea Kings. Fun to watch.

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Wait till you see a tandem rotor Chinook do one, have to be carefull not to put the rear rotor in the groung. First learned that on the Vertol H21 on the Mid-Canada Line in 57. We used to land at Knob Lake behind a DC-3 doing a run on just for laughs.

 

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H-21??? 1957???? Jeez Blackmac!! I thought I was dating myself by talking about HUP 3's in the early 60's. I'll bet you have more experience in the end of your "wicker" than most people on this site have in their whole body. Now, if only we could translate that experience into extra money. :up: :up:

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