Adrian "Catfish" Jope of the F/A-18C Hornet East Coast Demo Team pilots the Hornet at the 2008 Southern Wisconsin AirFEST in Janesville, WI.
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This is a carrier landing from a cockpit camera on a High fidelity F18 simulator. I found it on cyberdome**** pretty awesome.
LAKEHURST, N.J. (Dec. 18, 2010) The Navy launches the first aircraft, an F/A-18E Super Hornet, from the Electromagnetic Aircraft Launch System (EMALS) at Naval Air Systems Command, Lakehurst, N.J. The Navy has used steam catapults for more than 50 years to launch aircraft from aircraft carriers. EMALS is a complete carrier-based launch system designed for Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78) and future Ford-class carriers. Newer, heavier and faster aircraft will result in launch energy requirements approaching the limits of the steam catapult, increasing maintenance on the system. The system's technology allows for a smooth acceleration at both high and low speeds, increasing the carrier's ability to launch aircraft in support of the warfighter. EMALS will provide the capability for launching all current and future carrier air wing platforms from lightweight unmanned aerial vehicles to heavy strike fighters. The first ship components are on schedule to be delivered to CVN 78 in 2011. (U.S. Navy video/Released)
"This is it!" A FA-18 Super Hornet breaking the sound barrier at the 2009 Bethpage Federal Credit Union Airshow at Jones Beach On May 24th, 2009.
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Hey pilots! I am so excited to bring to you this flight review! Before we get started, I just want to say how disappointed I am to not be able to give you all more flying and more aggressive flying. You all know me for never holding back when it comes to wringing out an aircraft for a review! The winds on this day of the review were so strong, the F18 actually was blown upside down on the runway breaking many parts including the canopy mechanism. From that I did some quick repair and gave you guys and gals the best flying I could do with 30 plus knots of turbulent cross winds. No one was flying, but yours truly flew this for you. Keep an eye out for Part II coming real soon! I love this FA/18 and I can't wait to bring to you the next review! ~ Pete
Crazy Mirage F1 Low Pass
And the winner was: Mirage F1.
The last range of the Mojave Viper training package. This range runs an average of about 6 hrs. What you see in the video is only a small portion. We use FA18 Hornets, Cobras, tanks, AAV, Artillery pieces and last but not least Engineers. Enjoy
Thanks for checking out this super fun flight review! Banana Hobby offers this minimal build maximum fun 70mm F18 in several colors! Such an all around fun aircraft to fly and modify! Whether you want to hand launch, or roll take off and land, this FA18 is amazing all across the boards! Fast, stable, agile and FUN! BlitzRCworks and Banana Hobby! Check it out! ~ Pete