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Japanese Air Force fighter caught fire during takeoff

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The F-4 Japanese Air Force fighter caught fire on Wednesday as it attempted to take off at Hyakuri Air Base in Ibaraki Prefecture in the north-east of the main island of the country Honshu. According to the NHK television channel, two pilots of the plane survived, they escaped with minor injuries.


Japanese Air Force fighter caught fire during takeoff


The fire broke out after one of the landing gear wheels smashed near a fighter that had accelerated to take-off. The flames were extinguished only in 20 minutes.



The last incident with planes in Japan occurred on October 7, when three American F-16 fighters made an emergency landing at Komatsu airport in Japan. According to the channel, the incident occurred due to a faulty engine of one of the F-16. As a result of the incident no one was hurt, the flight of one of the civilian aircraft was delayed for 5 minutes.



Last week, a heavy US Marine helicopter CH-53 completely burned down on the island of Okinawa after a hard emergency landing. The accident occurred just 300 m from residential buildings. On Wednesday, the American command resumed flying these helicopters, despite protests by central and local Japanese authorities, reports TASS.
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  1. figwam
    figwam 18 October 2017 10: 15 New
    +1
    Most likely not subject to recovery.
    1. NIKNN
      NIKNN 18 October 2017 12: 16 New
      +2
      Quote: figvam
      Most likely not subject to recovery.

      They’re not recovering like that ... But the pilot was clearly unlucky, you can’t break the rack on take-off ..., then the landing gear is cleaned early ... request
      1. XXXIII
        XXXIII 18 October 2017 13: 49 New
        +3
        Quote: NIKNN
        Not such restore ...
        FIG knows, the deformation of the body, the electrician, although it can if you take apart the bolts then yes ..... recourse
        on take-off the rack does not break ... here on the face early cleaning of the chassis ...
        it’s strange like the landing gear is already removed when climbing, the newcomer must have been at the helm of the pepelats ..... smile
        1. NIKNN
          NIKNN 18 October 2017 13: 53 New
          +2
          Quote: XXXIII
          FIG knows, body deformation, electrics

          There, the nose fairing was slightly scorched, put out right away, the wiring of course requires a solution to the problems, but with the cost of the aircraft a penny ... They sit down without a landing gear, restore it, cost-effectively ...
          At the expense of a beginner ... maybe on the contrary an early ace, I decided to show a beautiful take-off ... smile, it happened like that ... (although it would have been more serious), and even in the parking lot they sometimes remove the chassis ..., the nerves are in a hurry ...
      2. Piramidon
        Piramidon 18 October 2017 21: 01 New
        0
        Quote: NIKNN
        Quote: figvam
        Most likely not subject to recovery.

        They’re not recovering like that ... But the pilot was clearly unlucky, you can’t break the rack on take-off ..., then the landing gear is cleaned early ... request

        At school, the teacher told us that the Tu-16 burns out in 40 minutes. And then the fighter burned for 20 minutes. What recovery can there be.
  2. Partyzan
    Partyzan 18 October 2017 10: 16 New
    +7
    Nobody is insured - there is no absolutely reliable equipment request
    1. Hagalaz
      Hagalaz 18 October 2017 10: 22 New
      +1
      This is full-time. Everyone has an accident. And there is no reason to immediately declare sabotage or negligence, as some here, about the accident of our drying in Syria.
    2. Aaron Zawi
      Aaron Zawi 18 October 2017 10: 23 New
      +2
      Quote: Partyzan
      Nobody is insured - there is no absolutely reliable equipment request

      In general, aviation is a continuous risk. A few days ago, the F-35 of our Air Force collided with a bird during landing and damaged the stealth cover. It seems to be a small thing, but since our services still do not know how to fix this malfunction, I had to call Lockheed specialists. And the plane could die. The grandson of Prime Minister Begin died due to a bird falling into the engine. And he is not alone. And only in our Air Force. In the world, how many airplanes caused technical deaths due to technical problems.
      1. Muvka
        Muvka 18 October 2017 10: 26 New
        +3
        Yes Yes. And C-200 at the same time was destroyed, firing a rocket on your plane. That’s a coincidence then ... And of course blaming a bird is always more convenient.
        1. Aaron Zawi
          Aaron Zawi 18 October 2017 11: 02 New
          +2
          Quote: Muvka
          Yes Yes. And C-200 at the same time was destroyed, firing a rocket on your plane. That’s a coincidence then ... And of course blaming a bird is always more convenient.

          F-35 are in training squadron. I don’t know about you, but we do not send untrained crews on undeveloped aircraft to operational tasks.
          1. Muvka
            Muvka 18 October 2017 13: 00 New
            0
            It could well have been quietly tested. Or say that you do not have a single instructor who completed all courses in the USA? Or who teaches you pilots? Those who do not know how to fly the F-35?
        2. Sharansky
          Sharansky 18 October 2017 17: 19 New
          0
          Yeah, the S-200 damaged the stealth coating. High-explosive / fragmentation warhead weighing 220 kg. The F-35 seems to have tank armor.
      2. Partyzan
        Partyzan 18 October 2017 10: 27 New
        +5
        Quote: Aaron Zawi
        In the world, how many airplanes caused technical deaths due to technical problems.

        that's why due to such malfunctions it is necessary to draw the appropriate conclusions, change the regulations
    3. Orionvit
      Orionvit 18 October 2017 10: 54 New
      +2
      Quote: Partyzan
      Nobody is insured - there is no absolutely reliable equipment

      Moreover, this is the F-4, "Phantom". Are they still somewhere in the arsenal, he is a hundred years old at lunch. Then nothing surprising, the tail could fall off. lol
  3. reservist
    reservist 18 October 2017 10: 16 New
    +2
    There is nothing to supply the Americans and their allies with titanium.
    If sanctions are introduced, then not only the military, but also the Boeings will “stumble”.
    1. Budilnik
      Budilnik 18 October 2017 10: 23 New
      0
      ... and also stop using our RD-180 to launch their spy satellites aimed against us
    2. Thunderbolt
      Thunderbolt 18 October 2017 10: 36 New
      +3
      Quote: reservist
      If sanctions are introduced, then not only the military, but also the Boeings will “stumble”.

      They will find titanium, but take an interest in what percentage of the western boards in our airlines and think about what will happen to them if the Boeing and K cut the answer! They do it because it is cheaper, and not because there is no alternative.
    3. aszzz888
      aszzz888 18 October 2017 10: 47 New
      0
      reservist Today, 10:16
      There is nothing to supply the Americans and their allies with titanium.
      If sanctions are introduced, then not only the military, but also the Boeings will “stumble”.

      ... correctly noticed, we have mericatosa on the "titanium" hook ... it would be better if this action was in kind and with a twist at the end ... bully
  4. Jedi
    Jedi 18 October 2017 10: 18 New
    +5
    Last week on the island of Okinawa, after a hard emergency landing, a heavy helicopter of the US Marine Corps CH-53 completely burned down. The accident occurred just 300 meters from residential buildings. On Wednesday, the US command resumed flights of these helicopters, despite protests by central and local Japanese authorities

    Yes, for a short time the United States posed as good allies, sensitive to the opinion of the civilian population. They showed who is the boss in Japan.
    1. 79807420129
      79807420129 18 October 2017 10: 44 New
      +5
      Quote: Jedi
      Showed who is the boss in Japan

      Max! Greetings to Friends. drinks hi So the Americans have been hosting the problems of the occupied there since 1945, these are the problems of the occupied. hi
      1. Jedi
        Jedi 18 October 2017 10: 48 New
        +5
        Vlad hi So I am about the same: only yesterday they reported that they were suspending flights, meeting the wishes of citizens - today they are already resuming. Vae victis, as the Romans said.
  5. HEATHER
    HEATHER 18 October 2017 10: 18 New
    +5
    F-4! How old is this pepelats! Modern F-35s are also burning, and the birds are knocking panels off them, which are for invisibility. Again, the Russians are to blame! The fact that we will draw the lyuley physically for everyone. am
    1. Solomon Kane
      Solomon Kane 18 October 2017 10: 28 New
      +6
      Baikal, Salute !!!! hi
      Well, what - are we building dovecotes as an element of air defense? laughing
      1. novel66
        novel66 18 October 2017 10: 34 New
        +4
        send saboteurs to crush the loaf on the concrete!
      2. HEATHER
        HEATHER 18 October 2017 10: 48 New
        +4
        Solomon! Great, friendly! I do not build pigeons. Sometimes I can build dirty tricks on the same mattresses. In the form of a growl addressed to them! Can we be any stronger? About air defense, are you talking about Somov? Photo is avaiable. But, you have to refrain. If possible, I'll throw it off. But only in the mail. There have been a lot of raids in the last month with SB. I don’t care, But SB keeps this resource. And once VO was just the Best ...
        1. Solomon Kane
          Solomon Kane 18 October 2017 11: 05 New
          +5
          Is everything okay at the station?
          1. HEATHER
            HEATHER 18 October 2017 11: 08 New
            +3
            Not for everyone. Until I disappear, so as not to mislead the publicity. If something in the mail.Is everything okay at the station? Sorry. But in my situation, the jokes are off topic. So far, everything is very shitty. Not for life. At work. I've always been lucky with commanders. Now, this is not the case. Do you know how the stones from the rock are being poured? They need a push. A little earthquake. Coming soon. Little will not seem to anyone.
            1. Solomon Kane
              Solomon Kane 18 October 2017 11: 10 New
              +6
              Good luck, Dimych! hi
            2. Solomon Kane
              Solomon Kane 18 October 2017 11: 58 New
              +4
              Dim, not a gram of irony. About 3 months ago, you wrote about problems, I asked. Well, I'm sorry if I touched on a sore subject ...
              1. HEATHER
                HEATHER 18 October 2017 12: 26 New
                +2
                if touched a sore subject ... Everything is fine. It didn’t get any better. The problem has increased. It’s a bit too bad at the nuclear plant. Although the reactors are shut down, they need to be buried. Problem. There is MOX, it’s a complete orange! The guys are breaking the roof. We can’t make pills. 2 there, 200- in the dump. The weight of the tablets is 2,5 grams. We can’t do it.
  6. Fedorov
    Fedorov 18 October 2017 10: 21 New
    +1
    F-4 is ancient. No wonder. Although ours are unfortunately tavoy sometimes. ..From malfunctions and with a hangover senior technician aircraft no one is safe. Especially in the mattress removed from service in the 96th year. What did he do there under the close supervision of Japanese super-engineers.
  7. pvv113
    pvv113 18 October 2017 10: 24 New
    +2
    one of the chassis wheels broke

    It is unclear whether the wheel broke or the landing gear
    1. HEATHER
      HEATHER 18 October 2017 10: 28 New
      +4
      the wheel is broken or the landing gear is still Usually a rack breaks. It is unrealistic to break a wheel from a rack.
      1. pvv113
        pvv113 18 October 2017 10: 45 New
        +1
        We had a case in our regiment - the axle of the wheels of the front landing gear collapsed. It was on the taxi, so everything ended happily
      2. WUA 518
        WUA 518 18 October 2017 12: 27 New
        0
        Quote: VERESK
        the wheel is broken or the landing gear is still

        Dim hi. Judging by the photo, everything turned out there!
    2. Solomon Kane
      Solomon Kane 18 October 2017 10: 30 New
      +5
      The wheel falls off, the rack breaks or breaks ...
      Vladimir, welcome! hi
      1. pvv113
        pvv113 18 October 2017 10: 47 New
        +2
        Good day, Konstantin! I wrote above about one case. And the rack can break down both due to CIT and because of a crew error
        1. Solomon Kane
          Solomon Kane 18 October 2017 11: 27 New
          +5
          In the early 90s, at the Domodedovo airport, Il-76 landed from China, with an overwhelming overload. (Bags of junk were rammed inside the ramp), the front “leg” formed during landing, it’s good that at the end of the run, I got up and pecked his nose ......
          1. HEATHER
            HEATHER 18 October 2017 12: 29 New
            +2
            The wheel didn’t roll away. The rack has developed. It’s not the only case. Board 76278. The radio electronics were transported in packages. The board flopped into Bykovo. On the spare strip. The rack did not lock. The reason is an empty pack of cigarettes on mikrika. Do you still trust the Chinese?
  8. voyaka uh
    voyaka uh 18 October 2017 10: 35 New
    0
    Wow! belay Phantoms are still in order. good
    1. rotmistr60
      rotmistr60 18 October 2017 10: 41 New
      0
      In the ranks there is much more that has proved itself in the past. And new ones are falling. Everything that is heavier than air is simply obliged to fall, by definition, no matter what engines stand and no matter what lifting force.
      1. Orionvit
        Orionvit 18 October 2017 10: 57 New
        0
        Quote: rotmistr60
        And new ones are falling. Anything heavier than air is bound to fall by definition

        In fact, they are obliged to fly, and even if it is heavier than air, that's why they are made. And what is falling, what happens.
        1. rotmistr60
          rotmistr60 18 October 2017 11: 03 New
          +1
          Thank you for explaining to me the duty of airplanes to fly. Only in my commentary I moved a little to the scholasticism (it seemed instructive for storming the fifth ocean).
          1. Orionvit
            Orionvit 18 October 2017 11: 17 New
            0
            I do not know. Scholasticism, a science divorced from being, airplanes, on the contrary, is purely terrestrial, I would say "mundane substance" (sorry for the pun). laughing
          2. HEATHER
            HEATHER 18 October 2017 12: 40 New
            +2
            moved a little to scholasticism Fly? Well, I'm more on the An-2 and Mi-8T.
      2. Aaron Zawi
        Aaron Zawi 18 October 2017 11: 03 New
        0
        Quote: rotmistr60
        In the ranks there is much more that has proved itself in the past. And new ones are falling. Everything that is heavier than air is simply obliged to fall, by definition, no matter what engines stand and no matter what lifting force.

        That's right. There are no non-knocked down chambers and non-knocked-out tanks.
  9. Fedorov
    Fedorov 18 October 2017 10: 38 New
    +3
    United States Marine Corps CH-53 burned out

    Not really him, but the action was still that. wink
  10. dmmyak40
    dmmyak40 18 October 2017 11: 36 New
    0
    Quote: Aaron Zawi
    Quote: Partyzan
    Nobody is insured - there is no absolutely reliable equipment request

    In general, aviation is a continuous risk. A few days ago, the F-35 of our Air Force collided with a bird during landing and damaged the stealth cover. It seems to be a small thing, but since our services still do not know how to fix this malfunction, I had to call Lockheed specialists. And the plane could die. The grandson of Prime Minister Begin died due to a bird falling into the engine. And he is not alone. And only in our Air Force. In the world, how many airplanes caused technical deaths due to technical problems.

    Military pilots always have a chance for bailouts, and in civil aviation - either sit down with passengers, or a mass grave.