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This short videos show the steps on how to stick a clean "cork 7" or "off axis 720" on the trampoline. All the way from takeoff to landing, this video will have you looking like a pro! To view the full tutorial, please visit *******tramptricks****
3 Nov 2009
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Congratulations for moving forward! Fasten your seatbelt, your business is readying for takeoff!
29 Dec 2009
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Fasten your seatbelts, your business is cleared for takeoff!
29 Dec 2009
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*******www.fla-keys**** Key West has gone to the dogs! Watch as 156 dachshunds and their owners parade through historic Old Town. This wiener wonderland walk is an annual family-friendly prelude to the island's New Year's festivities. Key West, Florida A parade of 156 dachshunds and their owners kick off New Year's Eve festivities Thursday in the Florida Keys. Key West's Dachshund Walk provided an informal, family-friendly prelude to the frenetic revelry that took place later that night as the Florida Keys rang in the new year. The long-bodied canines and their owners gathered in Key West's historic Old Town district for the "wiener wonderland" walk. Some dachshunds were dressed in costumes or offbeat accessories. The walking route, which includes a block of Key West's famed Duval Street, is deliberately kept brief to cater to the canine contingent's short legs. Later on New Year's Eve, tens of thousands of human revelers throng Key West's historic district for three warm-weather takeoffs on New York City's traditional Times Square ball drop. Crowds rang in the New Year on Duval Street by watching a gigantic manmade conch shell, the symbol of the Florida Keys, descend from its supports to the flat roof of Sloppy Joe's Bar. A few blocks away at the Bourbon Street Pub/New Orleans House complex, female impersonator Sushi "dropped" in a super-sized red high heel to mark the new year's arrival. In the island city's Historic Seaport, New Year's Eve revelry salutes the Keys' seafaring heritage with the "drop" of a pirate wench from the top of the mast of a tall ship. In addition, fireworks light up the sky in Key Largo, Islamorada and other areas of the Keys to celebrate the arrival of 2010.
5 Jan 2010
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Visit *******www.accidents****/aviation/airplane/ or call 800-290-0021 for your free consultation and advice. Although air travel is statistically the safest form of transportation, Airplane Accidents can be tragic and catastrophic, with victims rarely escaping serious injury and death. Most Airplane Accidents occur during takeoff and landing, and private aircraft accidents are more common than accidents involving commercial airlines. Accidents**** offers a free claim review, free attorney consultation and free legal advice from a personal injury law firm for your airplane accident case.
5 Feb 2010
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From UFOs to vertical takeoff vehicles, meet some unusual-looking military prototype technology.
15 Apr 2010
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Nice takeoff and bad fall
20 Mar 2010
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uav first takeoff
31 May 2010
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AV-8B Harrier Demonstration VMA-211 "Wake Island Avengers" 2009 MCAS Miramar Airshow MCAS Miramar Miramar, California Friday October 2, 2009 IN THIS VIDEO, this AV-8B Harrier is put through its paces in a demonstration over MCAS Miramar. You will get to see vertical landings and a vertical takeoff in this demonstration, as Runway 6L/24R is constructed primarily of concrete. The aircraft came from VMA-211, the Wake Island Avengers, who are based at MCAS Yuma, Arizona. The callsign of this aircraft was WAKE 11. Also, take note of the callsigns of the demo pilot and the callsign of the Harrier pilot on the announcer's stand with Rob Reider. I apologize for any bad color and/or vertical lines or American flag intrusion that may or may not be in this video. Unfortunately there were American flags that got in the way of the video during some critical parts of the videos and I have had some camera trouble throughout the weekend. If you are interested in purchasing DVDs of specific aircraft and/or of airshows, interested in anything and everything related to airshows (where the jet teams will show up, all airshow performers, airshow reports from airshows I have attended, previews of airshows I will be attending, etc.), a much more easier to navigate "version" of all of my videos, and/or everything there is related to aviation - including spotting guides to my favorite airports and military bases and aircraft factfiles, please take the time to check out Steve's Airshow World at *******www.stevesairshow**** .
4 Jun 2010
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5 Jul 2010
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Paragliding training at Virar, Mumbai in India. Winch based paragliding training eliminates the initial frustration of climbing the hills for short flights for practicing your takeoff and landings.
16 Oct 2010
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www.akiese**** Mike Posner 31 Minutes to Takeoff unrated video
30 Oct 2010
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11 Nov 2010
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BY JACQUELINNE MEJIA Anchor: Alex Rozier You're watching multisource tech news analysis from Newsy 3, 2, 1 -- get ready for liftoff. SpaceX unveiled its plan for the rocket ‘Falcon Heavy’ - the second biggest rocket after the original ‘Saturn V’ rocket, and the largest one by a private enterprise. The rocket boasts a 27-engine booster and stands at 227 feet tall with twice the lifting capacity of the next largest U.S. launcher. (Video: YouTube) The Seattle Post-Intelligencer reports on how the Falcon Heavy will be able to lift more than 117,000 pounds into space. “[...] the Falcon Heavy will have a first stage of three of the nine-engine cores that make up the first stage of SpaceX’s lighter Falcon 9 rocket. It will generate 3.8 million pounds of thrust at liftoff, the equivalent of 15 Boeing 747s.” SpaceX intends for the rocket to cut costs during launch missions. A writer for The Atlantic discusses how this could be a big boost to the aerospace industry. “Moon or no, Falcon Heavy could, if allowed to compete for government contracts, save the U.S. more than $1 billion every year. The 2012 budget for the United States Air Force includes more than $1.7 billion for four launches, which works out to more than $430 million for every launch. SpaceX is currently projecting that each launch of Falcon Heavy would cost somewhere between $80 million and $120 million.” Another reason for lower costs? Cheap labor. The Los Angeles Times look at the factors that make this company shoot past the competition. “[...] the company has a cadre of young engineers — the average age is in the early 30s — who work for a fraction of the salary they could make at larger aerospace companies. They work for SpaceX because it operates more like a Silicon Valley start-up than an entrenched rocket builder.” Elon Musk, the brainchild behind the company, says the endeavor could generate a “couple hundred jobs,” but not all are sharing his optimism. The young entrepreneur faced opposition to his company’s growth in the past, specifically from NASA and the government. (Video: CNBC) The Orlando Sentinel reminds audiences of the rocky relationship SpaceX has with the powers on Capitol Hill. “Much of the ill will stems from a year-long battle over the future of NASA after the space shuttle, with the space community split over whether to invest in another government rocket or outsource NASA services, including astronaut transport, to the commercial rocket companies.” Discovery News reports SpaceX’s plans to have Falcon Heavy’s debut flight ready for takeoff in 2013 from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
9 Apr 2011
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BY CHARLIE MCKEAGUE ANCHOR JIM FLINK You're watching multisource business news analysis from Newsy “More cracks have been found on Southwest Airlines planes. Southwest says inspections of its 737 turned up five planes with cracks.” (HLN) Big questions about aging Boeing 737’s. According to Bloomberg - airlines often fly 737 jets that are 20 years old – or older. On CNBC, an analyst explains how popular the aircraft is in the industry - and why this finding is front and center. “Since they were introduced in the late 60’s Boeing has sold more than 6000 of these 737’s. … Keep in mind that’s the workhorse of the industry. It’s what Southwest flies. It’s what Ryan Air flies over in Europe. A lot of airlines fly this airplane. So the future of the 737 is in focus.” The scrutiny comes after a five-foot hole opened in the fuselage of an in-flight Southwest jet last week. On CBS, John Goglia, a former board member for the National Transportation Safety Board – blames the Federal Aviation Administration for its lack of regulation on aircraft maintenance. He says its system of fining airlines – doesn’t work. “I don’t know if there has ever been a study done by the FAA or anybody else that can correlate the fines to improving safety.” As an example - CBS cites a $10.5 million fine on Southwest in 2007 - which the airline got reduced to $7.5 million. And former chairman of the House Transportation Committee agrees – noting the fines are too small. “There is very little incentive if the airline doesn’t feel the pain of the fine. The ultimate victim is safety.” CNN is also talking 737’s -- and explains -- it’s not necessarily the age of the plane that matters -- but how many takeoffs and landings it’s had. “When a plane takes off this is basically what happens to the fuselage. It gets pressurized. When you land, the pressure comes out. Now that is wearing on the structure of the plane.” “Boeing says eventually 570 planes with the same design will need a closer look. The company had anticipated that the skin and joints would not need special scrutiny until it reached 60,000 takeoffs and landings. But the plane that was damaged Friday had only 39,000.” But it’s not all bad news for Boeing. Back on CNBC a market analyst believes the small tear was actually a blessing in disguise for the company. He says airline companies will consider upgrading their fleets to newer jets – from Boeing of course. “You have to remember that if you know this a potential problem it is pretty easy to inspect and find out if you have that problem. Then if you have that problem it is pretty easy for the airlines to repair it. So, I think this is an issue we will forget about in entirety in a couple weeks. … I think the airlines are looking to newer for fuel efficient planes.” But Daily Finance is less optimistic -- and poses the question -- can Boeing still make planes? Writer Douglas McIntyre points out - the company can’t really afford many more setbacks. “Its 787 Dreamliner is now years late. This has cost the airlines that ordered the plane untold millions of dollars in fuel costs. … Boeing has also been late a year late in its release of a new version of the 747... Industry analysts say that this has cost Boeing $1 billion, and given rival Airbus a head start...” So far 700 Southwest flights have been canceled due to the safety concerns. One plane was forced to emergency land – and another was diverted. Both Boeing and Southwest stock shares took hits Friday – but have started rebounding. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
9 Apr 2011
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BY DAN CORNFIELD ANCHOR ALEX ROZIER You're watching multisource U.S. news analysis from Newsy In route from Memphis to Charlotte for a conference on Islamaphobia, two Muslim clerics were pulled off a Delta flight before takeoff. The pilot refused to fly with them aboard. Nashville’s WSMV talked to Masudur Rahman-- one of the men forced off the plane. “The pilot said, ‘No, no, no, I am going. I’m not taking them.” “If they’d of asked you to do another check, would you have done it?” “Oh yeah sure, it is their job they are doing. It is our job to show we have nothing. We are Americans, we are living in America, and we want the security of American.” Pilots may refuse service at any time, but normally must show cause. Charolotte’s WCNC received a statement form the company that employs the pilot and crew. “We got a statement from Atlantic Southeast Airlines that tells us that they are investigating and quote, ‘Compensation and re-accommodation on the next available flight were immediately offered to the passenger and the passenger’s travel companion. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience that this may have caused.” Some believe it’s ultimately about safety and security. Blogcritics****’s John Lake says the airline needs to stand by the pilot. “The real issue is that most would agree the pilot did the right thing, in protecting his passengers and his plane....We are in fact surprised the passengers expressed no concern. The pilot....was at an impasse; any one of us might have done the same.” After the men finally arrived in Charlotte, they reached out to the Counsel for American Islamic Relations. CAIR’s Ibrahim Hooper told CNN the fear of all things Muslim is still very prevalent in the U.S. “They weren’t told that any passenger made any accusation against them. All that was mentioned was that some passengers were uncomfortable with them. And I’m assuming that would stem from their what you could regard as Islamic attire...People are just uncomfortable with being on a plane with someone who looks like they’re Muslim.” A similar incident happened a few years ago- involving Muslim clerics, or imams, traveling to the exact same annual conference. Gawker’s Max Read uses sarcasm to show how absurd the whole thing is. “You'd think the North American Imam Federation would have learned its lesson in 2006, when six imams traveling to one of its conferences were kicked off a plane in Minneapolis. But no! The organization continues to hold gatherings all over the country, "freely assembling" while trying to "address prejudice." And worse, its members want to fly on planes!” The booted travelers’ attorney tells CNN they are considering filing a lawsuit. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your newsfeed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
10 May 2011
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