Ask Adam Savage: Remembering the U2 and Blue Angels Flights from MythBusters

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Tested member Cindy Klenk asked Adam, "What lingers in your mind about your U-2 flight ? And in your ride with the Blue Angels in the F/A-18 Super Hornet, how close did you come to blacking out in the positive G maneuvers?" Thank you, Cindy for your support and question! Join this channel to support Tested and get access to perks, like asking Adam a question:
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    Adam Savage’s TestedAdam Savage’s Tested22 päivää sitten
    • The wing air stabilizer thing is called a strake. Great video, thoroughly enjoyed!

      Peregrine 7Peregrine 722 päivää sitten
    • Hornet pilots do wear G-suits, its just the Blue Angels that don't wear them. The reasons are correct though.

      Corey SCorey S22 päivää sitten
  • Mr. Savage. Your enthusiasm never ceases to inspire my own. Thank you.

    T. CarpenterT. CarpenterPäivä sitten
  • It was fun to meet you at the U2 episode's meet and greet before you guys made that episode!

    T BT BPäivä sitten
  • Is that an American Giant Classic Full Zip hoodie I spy?

    laughingman1221laughingman12212 päivää sitten
  • "this thing barely works anymore" this is so me and gave me a full out loud laugh. So thank you

    ObsidianObsidian4 päivää sitten
  • Omg Adam this sounds like alien technology recreated to our advantages

    Zeddy ZipZeddy Zip5 päivää sitten
  • All I can hear now is "hick uh hick uh hick uh hick uh" Gotta go find that clip now!

    Greg SmithGreg Smith5 päivää sitten
  • I could honestly listen to Adam talk about those experiences all day! 👍

    Michael O'HalloranMichael O'Halloran9 päivää sitten
  • Luke let go..Trust Your Feelings ...... ;-P

    Henrik LHenrik L10 päivää sitten
  • When we are done existing and having our last moments, all we really have are our memories. You sir will have a treasure trove. You have lived a life well & have my admiration & envy.

    TB SomervilleTB Somerville12 päivää sitten
  • Pretty sure if i flew in the U2, I'd blubber like a baby

    Owen BurnsOwen Burns13 päivää sitten
  • Adam, have you ever thought about writing a book? LoL. You're a FABULOUS storyteller.

    Jock McBileJock McBile14 päivää sitten
  • Thank you Adam for the remarkable share. You taught me things in NEVER would have known.

    Peter KelleyPeter Kelley15 päivää sitten
  • I felt the joy in your smile

    John whittonJohn whitton16 päivää sitten
  • Love these videos but I wish Adam would stop apologizing for going on rants and tangents. It's what we LOVE to see him do! It's why we watch! You have a great mind, and a beautiful personality. It's why we are here. Because we are enamored and thrilled you are willing to share it with us.

    Daniel CampbellDaniel Campbell16 päivää sitten
  • That part on the FA-18 is called a fence. Cheers. Thank you for posting videos. You keep me sane and in good spirits during difficult times. Enjoy your day.

    Joseph AlexanderJoseph Alexander16 päivää sitten
  • I had a neighbor about 10 years back, nicest man ever. He was a fairly old man, was a blue angel show pilot for a few years. He also was a classified government program test pilot. He flew planes we still don't even know existed/do exist from what he could say. He had gone down more than once over the pacific on failed test flights, one he was missing for 3 days. He was an amazing man to know. Sad to say, I know he has since passed on as his Alzheimer's had progressed fairly quickly in the time I knew him and he was not well 10 years ago. Respect to that man, and the many like him that we will never hear of.

    TrekkerTrekker17 päivää sitten
  • imagine the truckers flying down the nj turnpike at 80mph, 80k pounds feet from each other... same thing lol way more dangerous tho

    Yurapit88Yurapit8818 päivää sitten
  • Did you hear that? What was that noise?

    VinemapleVinemaple18 päivää sitten
  • I'm a few days late here, but I remember the U2 episode, and it's one of my favorites. I really loved seeing Adam's reaction when he was told he could go up, and how much that meant to him, how Jaime basically said that this meant more to Adam than to him, and told Adam to go. I know that that was probably the closest thing to being an astronaut that he'll ever get to be (unless he gets a call from Elon, lol)! Anyway, that U2 episode was great, and this Tested episode is great!

    Karn EskelotKarn Eskelot18 päivää sitten
  • You and James May need to get together and do a show where you both talk about your U-2 Flights and etc.

    J. Michael Antoniewicz IIJ. Michael Antoniewicz II18 päivää sitten
  • There's a special kind of fascination and joy one experiences when talking to someone who truly enjoys what they do. I get to experience it when the North Bennet Street School in Boston hold an open house. I expect Adam has experienced it a lot, like with his U2 visit. But Adam is also a source of such experiences.

    Mark NahabedianMark Nahabedian18 päivää sitten
  • In my 20yrs Navy career I got to meet the LAST U-2 pilots and their plane. I also got to walk away with their Challenge Coin

    Bryon YamadaBryon Yamada19 päivää sitten
    • The last U-2 pilot hasn’t flown yet. The plane is fully funded and there’s new U-2 pilots being trained every month.

      Dominic NoceraDominic Nocera19 päivää sitten
  • I would love to ses podcast with hosts of Mythbusters. I missed that show.

    Denis LjuticDenis Ljutic19 päivää sitten
  • This man is a national treasure

    Keith LabuddeKeith Labudde19 päivää sitten
  • I live near Beale, the U2 episode will always be my favorite

    Chris PChris P19 päivää sitten
  • i think james may flight the U-2 too right??

    bu kwokbu kwok20 päivää sitten
  • Green with envy. I flew a TA-4J for 20mins of an hour flight. Rolled and pulled 6.5g wrap-up turn. Most fun I've every had with my boots on. I'd give my hat @$$ and overcoat to ride in either of those two aircraft. You are a lucky guy.

    ScottNJScottNJ20 päivää sitten
  • Adam, you said during your U2 flight "What an unbelievably beautiful day." That has always stuck with me and I love to say that to myself now and then to appreciate even the little things in life that make me smile. Thank you, Adam for sharing your beautiful days with us.

    Jeff_KJeff_K20 päivää sitten
  • I never get tired of hearing Adam talk about his experiences.

    Matthew SinclairMatthew Sinclair20 päivää sitten
  • You should look into the mechanics and engineering of how fighters are designed. They’re specifically designed to be “unstable” so that they can maneuver that quickly. Other large objects, passenger jets, boats, even cars are designed to be stable. They’re designed to want to stabilize themselves at all times and return to a “central” state. So you’re essentially having to fight the machine when you want it to do anything but that “central” state. But fighters are not that way. They want to be unstable.

    Shane MoonShane Moon20 päivää sitten
    • Especially after "Fly-By-Wire" came out. Once fly-by-wire came out, you could make a plane as stable or unstable as you would want with impunity.

      GamedracoGamedraco20 päivää sitten
  • As a pilot who is building his own airplane (RV-8), I love the Mythbuster airplane episodes above all else. Thanks so much for sharing your impressions of these watershed experiences. I got a chance to work at Beale AFB in the '80s when the SR-71 was still in operation. I was on a man-lift 25' up, drilling a hole in the concrete wall of a maintenance facility... looking down at the flight line and those magnificent SR-71 aircraft sitting in open hangars surrounded by guards with M-16s. I'll never forget that experience.

    goatflieggoatflieg20 päivää sitten
  • Man, imagine the Angry Video Game Nerd having to land on a carrier under those conditions. 😠 I especially enjoyed Adam's description of the videogame-like precision and seeming lack of momentum of the Hornet as piloted by a Blue Angel. Much of Adam's career has involved the precision control of various machines, so you feel the power of his amazement at that.

    DanHarkless ﴾Halloween, theme parks, YTPs, & more﴿DanHarkless ﴾Halloween, theme parks, YTPs, & more﴿20 päivää sitten
  • Adam just now starting to process the fact that he's actually been to the edge of space is delightful.

    Dark Desert MoviesDark Desert Movies20 päivää sitten
  • For those pilots, I expect it just gets to muscle memory with respect to input/response.

    Carlos RodriguezCarlos Rodriguez20 päivää sitten
    • Yup...exactly.

      Colin KunkelColin Kunkel12 päivää sitten
  • "This is not a bad way to spend your day." -Adam Savage

    Ironwolf StudiosIronwolf Studios20 päivää sitten
  • I envy your experiences

    Kristian TaylorKristian Taylor20 päivää sitten
  • "Heavy Swell" sounds like 70s male pornstar name🤣

    Cdb CdbCdb Cdb20 päivää sitten
  • They don't wear g suites?!?!?! What?! That's blowing my mind right now

    Lock LynchLock Lynch20 päivää sitten
  • Interesting Hadfield's comments on the F18. In the 80's we lived next door to one of the pilots who flew the first F18s to Amberly as the replacement for the F111s he said he didn't want to do it because he liked the 111's too much.

    John CranJohn Cran20 päivää sitten
  • With how you tell these stories, I'd love to hear how you'd describe flying in a Crew Dragon. How do we make that happen?

    etrmediaetrmedia21 päivä sitten
  • These episodes as an avowed AvGeek were the ones that made me the most jealous of your already amazing life!

    Gavin SullivanGavin Sullivan21 päivä sitten
  • ...

    Tranja VanadbiaTranja Vanadbia21 päivä sitten
  • Why the Fuck is this monitized, unless you donate all proceeds to the pilots you are cashing in on, if not, youre a Dick, sorry to all the Richards of the world.

    Patrick CampbellPatrick Campbell21 päivä sitten
    • And please suggest to your buddy Hatchfield not to decimate classic songs on the tax payers dime. His son on the other hand should be mentioned in your cross hairs because it hes not in yours cross hairs!

      Patrick CampbellPatrick Campbell21 päivä sitten
  • What is his Patreon. I have tried varied names and I am just not finding it.

    Mama Young loves youMama Young loves you21 päivä sitten
  • A friend of mine was a Blue Angel years ago and he referred to lining up on the aircraft next to him as " Flying Paint"

    KLVK FlyerKLVK Flyer21 päivä sitten
  • Granted I haven’t flown a Hornet, but the PT-17 feels like that too, it just feels like you belong there and the plane belongs in that perfect reference frame in the sky

    John BeauvaisJohn Beauvais21 päivä sitten
  • The Ballad of Thunderbird 2 “Looking right, I’m always looking right, when I’m flying fucking fingertip I’m always looking right, The crowd goes wild the formation’s tight and I don’t give a shit cuz I’m just looking right”

    John BeauvaisJohn Beauvais21 päivä sitten
    • I love Dos Gringos! 😂😂

      Colin KunkelColin Kunkel12 päivää sitten
  • I'm envious of your rides with those guys.. I spent 25 years in the Air Force active duty and I can tell you the people who WORK on those birds ARE the elite of the elite.. the absolute best of the best... only a very select FEW get the opportunity to work on those birds... to be a U2 or Blue Angel mechanic is the ULTIMATE!!!!!!

    Brent BarrBrent Barr21 päivä sitten
  • Hornet Pilots don't wear g-suits? Holy shit

    Nelson GilNelson Gil21 päivä sitten
    • Just the Blue Angels pilots. Fleet pilots do wear G-suits.

      Colin KunkelColin Kunkel12 päivää sitten
  • I recall a documentary on the UK Red Arrows, and a Blue Angles pilot saying it is the only time he watched an air team in awe; and having seem some of the stuff the Blue Angels does, that was the highest praise a team could pay another. The irony was, the Red Arrows pilot said, after being told, "Ye', those boys are nearly as good as us." But he was also super impressed with them. Skills. You either have the or you don't, and the people Adam flew with: they had them in spades.

    Networked TelevisionNetworked Television21 päivä sitten
  • I still claim the Blue Angels episode as my myth. I suggested it to one of the production team members when the we were invited to attend the MythBusters convention. The convention was occurring at the same hotel we were staying at during the San Francisco air show. I told her that you guys should come out to do a media flight during our winter training. The girl I was talking to said they would need to bust a myth if they were to come down there. I told her one of the reasons we don't break the sound barrier during the show was so we would not damage windows, and you could test to see if that would really happen. I found out that winter from our public affairs guy that you were there to bust that myth. When I told him that was the one I suggested, he told me the fans came up with it. I guess that is partly true because I am a fan of the show. Either way it was cool to have you come out there for a ride.

    Justin MarshJustin Marsh21 päivä sitten
  • Wow. Your Blue Angels story was so intense, in a great way. I had no idea they didn't have G suits. You should bullet point what you said in this video because it is beyond comprehension what amazing things you did. Here's one, "being able to go to the edge of space and seeing the blackness of space."

    Jeff OwensJeff Owens21 päivä sitten
  • 7.5 Gs impressive. Was Adam wearing a G-suit?

    scott nixscott nix21 päivä sitten
    • Nope

      Colin KunkelColin Kunkel12 päivää sitten
  • I'm the biggest fan of MythBusters from Ukraine. This is my favourite TV show ever.

    Garrett WenkelGarrett Wenkel21 päivä sitten
  • I remember seeing the Blue Angels everyday when I was stationed in Pensacola. Even saw one crash, unfortunately.

    T.C. ThompsonT.C. Thompson21 päivä sitten
  • Nice American Giant sweatshirt!

    Cole SextonCole Sexton21 päivä sitten
  • "Little aerodynamic...thing" is called a 'strake'. Once you know to look for them, you'll see them on most planes. Once a plane's development gets as far as flight testing, it's vastly easier to fix any funky aerodynamics you might discover using a small, well-placed strake than it would be to overhaul the shape of the plane.

    Matthew NovickMatthew Novick21 päivä sitten
  • Thank you for the wonderful explanation of your experiences with the exceptional plains and crew it is a delight that you so honestly share those experiences.

    John TaylorJohn Taylor21 päivä sitten
  • Love your passion and story-telling Adam! As ex-Navy, the Blue Angels are IMHO the best Flight Demonstration team on the planet. I used to work on the A-4 Skyhawk (pre-cursor to the F/A-18) and was a joy to work on. Here's a link to a great FIworld channel that follows the 'Angels during their training season:

    Dale ChavezDale Chavez21 päivä sitten
  • Still remember my first time seeing the Blue Angles in Pensacola. I had a math teacher that worked on a carrier and said he'd wear knee pads and he know where he'd get caught from the back draft of a plane taking off and be able to 'float' up and bounce of his knees. To this day I dont know if he was messing with us. Said hed visit his son while served on a carrier but that he couldn't do that trick again because the planes were so much more powerful he'd just wind up in the sea.

    graefxgraefx21 päivä sitten
  • Your pilot ‘freelanced at FedEx’? That’s... neat... I guess?

    CRISTOFF17CRISTOFF1721 päivä sitten
  • Going from the lifestyle of having the mythbusters type experiences to being a youtuber is a hard change. Keep at at, we all appreciate you.

    Alan KnuthAlan Knuth21 päivä sitten
  • Interestingly, the U2 was engaged in tests in the early 1980s with the RAF MK3 Lightning to see if it was possible to track and intercept with a jet. The Lightning took off, climbed, and 'attacked' the U2 from above. No other jet could do this even the Russian jets specifically designed to do so.

    Mark ChisholmMark Chisholm21 päivä sitten
  • the dream team xD

    Roy AbrRoy Abr21 päivä sitten
  • Such a great story, loved every bit. When I was little my dad took my family out to sea with a rubber boat near the coast of Italy just to sightsee a bit, and we went far enough to be completely alone on the calm sea... until Frecce Tricolori came along with multiple wings. They did their stunts above us. I hardly recall it, but the awe and excitement. It was magical. Only years later I understood they used us as a sea level reference point so they could practice (we knew they'd be around to give a show near the beach) and I am absolutely sure they must've seen us smiling from ear to ear, knowing they gave a show just for us. I love those pilots ever since.

    Martijn DamsMartijn Dams21 päivä sitten
  • In the late 70s and early 80s, my parents would often take me to the annual air show at Tinker AFB just outside of Oklahoma City. I was there for the year when the SR-71 first went on public display. I remember the armed guards stationed around it while it was on the ground. I remember walking under the wing and looking up, and feeling like I could almost reach out and touch it. My one regret from that show was that I didn’t get to stay there long enough to see the night take-off, which I’m told is one hell of a sight. A few years later, when I was a government civilian work for the Defense Information Systems Agency in the basement of the Pentagon, specifically helping to support Desert Shield, I happened to be on rotation at the building on a weekend. During the week, I only ever wore dress shirts, but when I was there on the weekend, I was a bit more relaxed, and wore t-shirts. Our printer in the Logistics Readiness Center was broken, so I had to borrow the printer on the Crisis Action Center floor. The CAC is the room that they supposedly simulated for the movie “War Games”, but at the time, the real thing wasn’t so glamorous. I asked the XO on duty if it was okay to come onto the floor to pick up my printout (I had the clearance to be there if the red phones were not in use, but it’s always better to ask), and he saw my t-shirt. Turns out that he had been the pilot of that particular bird on that particular day. And the only reason why we made a connection at all was because I was technically violating the dress code. Sadly, I couldn’t spend the entire day talking to him, but it was wonderful to meet him and to thank him for his participation in that show. Of all the shows at Tinker, that one has always been my favorite, and it was a factor that helped lead me on the career path that I took. For me, listening to Adam is like getting to talk to that pilot. Only I get to do it much more frequently, and Adam can talk about a much wider variety of things that he’s done.

    Brad KnowlesBrad Knowles22 päivää sitten
  • Sadly again, I'm not a patreon, but am left with a question I'd love to ask. Perhaps another patreon may see this and find it interesting enough to ask for me. That question is, "What would you give to get to fly in a SR-71?"

    SpasticMuseSpasticMuse22 päivää sitten
    • Sadly the SR-71 was retired in 1998 by the USAF and 1999 by NASA respectively.

      GamedracoGamedraco21 päivä sitten
  • I wonder if Jamie ever got to fly also.

    Sue DutraSue Dutra22 päivää sitten
  • How many people do you think have 💩 their pants doing that breathing exercise?

    Savannah SatterwhiteSavannah Satterwhite22 päivää sitten
  • Hi Adam, had a similar experience with seemless instant movement of a jet. I did a ride along with the RNZAF 14 squadron co which was a radio silence simulation. As lead he singalled manoeuvres with the plan itself. The one that got me was him signalling a route change with a 90° bank. Experiencing a 90° bank and back in under a second is not fun

    James from WellingtonJames from Wellington22 päivää sitten
  • That's a beautiful visual story!

    Katfish ZombyKatfish Zomby22 päivää sitten
  • And by the 2 minute mark... I had a new understanding of the name behind "Blue Angels."

    ManyTrickPonyManyTrickPony22 päivää sitten
  • Adam, Your admiration and respect for these experiences is remarkable! What a great choice was made by those who make all the things go! Bravo to you both. Well done, well done...

    Rick DunawayRick Dunaway22 päivää sitten
  • Adam is one of the only people in the world that doesn't piss me off that he got to do this! James May is another and tbh I think Adam and James would make a good double act in a sciency stuff show. Call it Top Myths Lab!

    BAL GBBAL GB22 päivää sitten
  • Enjoyed your comments very much. There is a vibrant community of serious sim pilots who fly like that all the time. See what you think.

    Loal VanceLoal Vance22 päivää sitten
  • The art of staring at the lead or Bosses airplane to stay in place is called " Flying Paint "

    G DG D22 päivää sitten
  • I watched the Mythbusters' Blue Angels episode. And still, the more I listened to this, the more fascinated and excited I became. Adam, I could have kept you talking for hours. Thanks for making me feel as though I was part of the experience!

    TommiegirlTommiegirl22 päivää sitten
  • This is such a delight watching Adam soooo Happy like this

    D00Med KnightD00Med Knight22 päivää sitten
  • Ah, carrier landings... many a documentary has been done on this dance. It's not just "some guy", they're all pilots standing at the end of the ship where there's a lighting system showing the pilot their approach angle. The LSOs are looking at similar data while talking to the pilot. [ ]

    jfbeamjfbeam22 päivää sitten
  • It's amazing how much precision is required to land on a carrier, and the mechanics behind it all is very interesting. Just to expand a bit on what Adam said, you have a half dozen or so specially-trained pilots serving as Landing Signal Officers - LSOs. If you've seen Top Gun, the people wearing white vests - float coats - and no helmets are the LSOs. They can often spot - and hear, hence no helmets - problems with an approach before the pilot flying the airplane realizes there's an issue. One LSO radios instructions for hopefully minor corrections if needed. There are also the two optical landing systems on the ship - too complex to describe here - and an instrument inside the airplane, all used together to get the airplane on the deck in about the space a tennis court takes up. Once all the aircraft of any particular cycle are back on deck the LSOs go to each squadron ready room and they debrief the pilot with details of the approach, things like being slightly too high or low, a little left or right of the center line, even things like whether the glide slops (angle of descent) was smooth or jagged. Once the debrief is done the LSOs assign a grade and those grades are posted for all to see on a "greenie board" in the ready room. Some say being a carrier pilot is like being an athlete - there's friendly competition and a sense of pride for a good streak... and a series of problems brings a serious review of the pilot's need for refresher training. And believe it or not, with all the precision required and all the ways for things to go wrong, it's extremely rare for there to be a major problem. The worst I've even seen was one side of the landing gear breaking off of an A-7 Corsair from a hard landing, and that may not have been the pilot's fault.

    David BarakDavid Barak22 päivää sitten
  • Not that I’m a pilot but your respect for what they do.. I’m positive no one would ever describe my job that way!

    Philip JohnsonPhilip Johnson22 päivää sitten
  • Stop wearing the hat. Once you start you can't stop....

    Mein KamphMein Kamph22 päivää sitten
  • That "wing strake" (I think its called) is for Laminar Flow - the Mig-15 had similar, actually, for the same reason. (I think I've got a picture from the USAF Museum at Wright-Pat AFB in Dayton)

    DShadowWolfDShadowWolf22 päivää sitten
  • Quiz Question; What studio has/had the space shuttle tucked in the corner of the main warehouse hidden with chain link and black plastic? I was a inspector checking on the Bldgs. studio when I came across this beast. ....Blew My Mind When I Seen It Hiding In The Back!😲🤔👍👍👍👍 ........................................... 👣👣👣😲

    Huntington Beach SasquatchHuntington Beach Sasquatch22 päivää sitten
  • Tax payers dollars never better spent. You made me feel some of the adrenaline. ✌

    James BarisitzJames Barisitz22 päivää sitten
  • The fleet F-18 pilots do wear the G suits. The Angel pilots don't due to needing to be right on top of the control stick for the tighter controls.

    arcterus01arcterus0122 päivää sitten
  • Can some one of the patreons ask Adam: Did he watched "Epic Rap Battles of History: Ghostbusters vs Mythbusters", and what was his reaction?

    OneeGrimmOneeGrimm22 päivää sitten
  • The rectangular piece you’re talking about is called the LEX fence. It guides airflow between the vertical stabilizers to stop them from oscillating back and forth and causing stress fractures. The stabs are further reinforced with external brackets as well.

    TheHannukahZombieTheHannukahZombie22 päivää sitten
  • I used to work on the U-2 Dragonlady from 2010-2012 it was an incredible aircraft and I absolutely loved the episode of Mythbusters of when you took your ride! Thank you for talking about your experience!

    Devin ShieldsDevin Shields22 päivää sitten
  • The “rectangle on the wing” is called a leading edge extension fence. 100% correct that it breaks up the turbulent airflow. As a kid, I was able to watch Mythbusters for my “30 minutes of science” homework. Now I watch Tested and Mythbusters after a day of work as an electrician on F/A-18 Super hornets.

    Andy PAndy P22 päivää sitten
  • So Adam, you weren't quite clear. Did you enjoy your time with the U-2 team? :D

    Don JonesDon Jones22 päivää sitten
  • You should do a video about flying in Peter Jackson's planes.

    J.A.Ratt85J.A.Ratt8522 päivää sitten
  • Adam, your answer concerning the PRECISION of the FA-18 Hornet begs the question, Are the Blue Angels experiencing the same level of precision in their NEW F/A-18E-F SUPER Hornet? (new planes this year...)

    Marshall LovedayMarshall Loveday22 päivää sitten
    • They certainly are. There are two guys who are out in El Centro now, filming daily practices. The team is looking really good, and the Rhino looks awesome in blue.

      Colin KunkelColin Kunkel12 päivää sitten
  • Fly-by-wire, done right, is pretty amazing...

    Dark WinterDark Winter22 päivää sitten
    • @Cindy Klenk well, that and the fact that they’re designed to be shot at and still get you home...

      Dark WinterDark Winter20 päivää sitten
  • Adam, I was a Peace Keeper kid. Dad Educated Canadian Forces Pilots. The ocean up North is relentless. We land a helicopter with that swell no sweat eh. Taht's why we Canadians train You Americans elite. Cheers Friends.

    Lake Superior Deep ViewLake Superior Deep View22 päivää sitten
  • Thank you letting us live these experiences vicariously through you. 😎👍

    gpaull2gpaull222 päivää sitten
  • A U-2 flight.. Oscar Mike Golf!

    David LawrenceDavid Lawrence22 päivää sitten
  • I had no idea that the blue angels don't use compression suits! That just makes them so much more awesome at what they do!

    Josiah PhilbinJosiah Philbin22 päivää sitten
  • Have watched the Blue Angels from the ground and a ton of their documentaries.. so insane. What is awesome about the flying is that a full roll on a F 18 is like 1/4" of stick input.. Today I was actually watching Destin's Thunderbirds ride along and one of the women solo pilots hits 9 G's multiple times a show.

    bscjakebscjake22 päivää sitten