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ASN Aircraft accident Vickers 951 Vanguard G-APEC Aarsele » A Vickers 951 Vanguard passenger plane, registered G-APEC, was destroyed in an accident 1 km E of Aarsele, Belgium. There were 55 passengers and eight crew members on board. The airplane operated on a flight from London-Heathrow Airport (LHR) to Salzburg-W. A. Mozart Airport (SZG).

Inside the chaos on the Japan Airlines flight after the Tokyo crash that left 5 dead » "It felt like an eternity," Swedish survivor Anton Deibe said.

r/aviation on Reddit: Most non-crash G's experienced by passenger-loaded airliner. » Posted by u/WhiteguyfromReno - 329 votes and 109 comments

Fall and Winter 1944 » Following the Battle of Leyte Gulf, Kamikazes appeared with frequency.   This collection of imagery contains attackson U.S. Navy ships and vessels off the Philippine Islands from October 30, 1944 to December 15.  USS Belleau Wood (CVL-24) and USS Franklin (CV-13) were attacked on October 30, where Kamikazes crashed into the flight decks of both carriers.   On November 5, USS Lexington (CV-16) was damaged when a Japanese plane crashed near her island.   In an attack on USS Cabot (CVL-28) on November 25, a Kamikaze crashed on her flight deck port side, destroying gun mounts, with a second crashing near the port side, sending fragments and burning debris into the light carrier.   Continuing that day, two Kamikazes crashed into USS Intrepid (CV-11), but her crew was extinguished the fires within two hours.   Also attacked by a Kamikaze on November 25 was USS Essex (CV-9).  She received damage to the port side of her flight deck.   Two days later, USS Saint Louis (CL-49) came under a series of attack Public1.nhhcaws.local

Kadena F-15 Crash Due to Pilot Error that Forced Negative-G Spin » An F-15C Eagle from Kadena Air Base, Japan, crashed last year due to a pilot error.

Pearl Harbor: Japanese Aircraft » Japanese Aircraft in the Attack The attack by the Japanese occured in two waves.  With the first wave, the aircraft arrived just before 8 a.m., striking the Navy and Army airfields, ensuring counterattack by U.S. fighter planes would be reduced.   At the same time, the aircraft attacked warships moored on both sides of Ford Island and the Navy Yard's 1010 dock.   After 8:00 a.m., horizontal bombers attacked Public1.nhhcaws.local

Over the Mountain: The Crash of BOAC Flight 911 by GoodCaptainClack on DeviantArt » Jul 4, 2018… There were 11 crew in total on G-APFE's final flight. 113 passengers were also aboard Flight 911 as it prepared to depart Tokyo for Hong Kong.

ASN Aircraft accident Boeing 707-436 G-APFE Mount Fuji » A Boeing 707-436 passenger plane, registered G-APFE, was destroyed in an accident at Mount Fuji, Japan. There were 113 passengers and crew members on board. The airplane operated on a flight from Tokyo-Haneda Airport (HND) to Hong Kong-Kai Tak International Airport (HKG).

U.S. sends second aircraft carrier to Japan for G-7 - Nikkei Asia » Navy flexes muscle, possibly in preparation for Chinese reaction to communique


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