Originally Posted By: Olham
The nasty noise the engine made was quite distinct - you could hear it was wrong.
Sometimes I like an unpretentious non-combat video like this - some daily biz.
Good to see you made it back, Robert.

Olham; these kind of failures frighten me more than a combat situation. In combat, you are responsible for what happens and feel in control. It's the unpredictable that makes me sweat. After I landed I sat there with sweaty hands thinking about the "What if" scenarios (hwat if it happened over the lines while in combat, or I had no place to land!). I have had two engine failures in four flights so I am getting a little jumpy. Sure makes you want to have a talk with the mechanic banghead <----That's not my head...You can't see my hand on HIS head!

Best Regards;

Last edited by Robert_Wiggins; 07/26/14 12:36 PM.

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