A video of the interrupted landing of the Su-24 due to unreached chassis struts is shown

A video of the interrupted landing of the Su-24 due to unreached chassis struts is shown

Images appeared on the network with an interrupted landing of the Su-24 front-line bomber. It is reported that the incident occurred in January of this year, but the specific airport is not called.


The plane landed with the front landing gear, but without the rear landing. Allegedly, the bomber’s crew did not know that the rear landing gears had not been released.

From the frames it is clear that the crew received a command, which implies an interruption of the landing process, at the very last moment. Flight Manager:

Turns to the maximum!

The bomber managed to gain height again, but at the same time, with the back part, he touched the runway.

After climbing 50-60 m, the crew was informed what was the reason for the abrupt cancellation of the landing. The pilots learned that only the front landing gear reached the aircraft during an attempt to land on the airfield.



If the video is not training, then the composure of the flight director can only be envied.
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  1. Siberian 66 5 February 2020 20: 27 New
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    I have never heard of such training sessions with jabbing concrete aircraft. In general terms, I would like to know how it ended. Hopefully landed without consequences. For pilots and cars. And the consequences for the technicians and the command as a whole are predictable.
    1. helmi8 5 February 2020 20: 38 New
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      Quote: Siberian 66
      I have never heard of such training sessions with jabbing concrete aircraft.

      Yes, they don’t exist ... In addition, the landing gear is produced by one crane of three racks at once, and not separately.
      1. Range 5 February 2020 20: 47 New
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        It’s good that everything ended without casualties and loss of the car, and they will patch the scratch. In this case, the failure of the mechanism and the pilot worked courageously and calmly.
        1. Nikolay R-PM 5 February 2020 21: 02 New
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          in my opinion there is not a scratch, but the under-fuselage ridges on the motorholes that are "sharpened" on the strip. In my urgency, in each shift for flight support, one of the conscripts was with a responsible officer in the "guard" at the end of the strip and observed that the racks went out and then reported to the cdp
          1. Range 5 February 2020 21: 09 New
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            But then, even the alarm should have worked for the pilot that the racks came out. Probably already figured out what happened, since everything happened in January.
            1. Kamchatsky 5 February 2020 22: 00 New
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              It seems that the crew did not read the map of control checks (maybe the military calls it differently), did not look at the scoreboard, and the observer considered the raven. On the Yak -18T, 52 and others. On the racks, the limit switches and bulbs stand, an indication of the racks to locks. The stand locks - the light comes on, it can be seen from the ground - three pieces are on. And this is in addition to the indication in the cockpit.
              1. Glory1974 6 February 2020 08: 31 New
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                It seems that the crew did not read the map of control checks (maybe the military calls it differently), did not look at the scoreboard, and the observer considered the raven.

                In my opinion you are unfair. The crew most likely refused the landing gear signaling, the flight director did not count the raven and warned the crew. I don’t know about the observer, maybe he doesn’t.
                1. Kamchatsky 6 February 2020 14: 57 New
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                  In case of an alarm failure, use your finger to press the Day-Night switch on the chassis display, thereby checking the serviceability of the lamps, and if the three green lights are off, then go to the second circle, to the zone, etc.
                  Z.Y. I don’t know about the mechanical pointers to the Su-24, many civilians have “soldiers”.
                  But this does not cancel reading the map.
                  1. Amborlakatay 6 February 2020 21: 20 New
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                    From the cockpit of the Su-24 planes are not visible, from the word "completely"
                    1. Kamchatsky 6 February 2020 22: 40 New
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                      What can you do, the layout is this. hi drinks
                    2. bober1982 7 February 2020 08: 19 New
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                      Quote: Amborlakatai
                      From the cockpit of the Su-24 planes are not visible, from the word "completely"

                      Where did they get it? The review is very good.
                2. Kamchatsky 6 February 2020 22: 46 New
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                  Well, I think that monitoring take-off - landing (and also video recording) - should be provided. And this event is not too expensive.
                  And why did someone draw a minus for you - do not pay attention! laughing
              2. RUS96 6 February 2020 09: 41 New
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                Quote: Kamchatka
                It seems that the crew did not read the checklist

              3. VO3A 6 February 2020 18: 09 New
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                What nonsense! Non-aviation fiction .. Crew from flights to suspend before passing offsets. "Chassis Watch" promotion, sometimes given a watch, flight director thanks ...
                Now in the order. The serviceability of the bulbs in the alarm panel is checked three times before each departure, including the pilot .., and the burned out bulb will never light up, rather, on the contrary, the stand will come out and the bulb will not light up .. Does the pilot report landing gear release and request permission to land? ! Bulbs of the released position should light up ?! And they light up after the limit switches are activated in the locks of the released position ... and separately for each rack ... Without a report on the readiness and release of the chassis, no one will allow landing ... So the pilots formally carried out the report without checking the released position of the chassis ...
          2. shura7782 5 February 2020 21: 13 New
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            Quote: Nikolai R-PM
            at the end of the strip and watched the racks come out and then reported to the cdp

            That's right, Nikolai, it was like that everywhere.
            1. Nikolay R-PM 5 February 2020 21: 19 New
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              Good day), that is, is this the usual practice of "multiple duplication" in aviation when a report from the board checks and duplicates the ground crew? I, because I know only one base about the dissemination of this practice is not very aware))
          3. Vanek30 5 February 2020 23: 51 New
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            It is now there. Only now is the officer doing this sitting on the UPC (or KDP) next to the Flight Manager and monitoring the landing gear through binoculars. + reports broadcast "released." This time he apparently only saw the front desk and relaxed ...
          4. avia12005 6 February 2020 17: 23 New
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            Not in the "guard", but at the UPC - the starting command post. There is a PRP - assistant flight director with binoculars and overseeing the release of the landing gear. In addition to radio and wired communication, there is a light alarm. Yellow - standby mode, green - chassis released, red - no. It can be assumed that if the non-release of the main racks took place, they simply "yawned" on the TFR.
            1. Nikolay R-PM 6 February 2020 20: 25 New
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              thank you very much for the science) otherwise I would put it in vernacular)
        2. Doliva63 5 February 2020 21: 20 New
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          Quote: Spectrum
          It’s good that everything ended without casualties and loss of the car, and they will patch the scratch. In this case, the failure of the mechanism and the pilot worked courageously and calmly.

          The crew worked as the RP ordered, no more. There is no "pilot" post in the army; there is a "pilot".
          1. Range 5 February 2020 21: 23 New
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            Thanks! I will consider for the future.
          2. helmi8 5 February 2020 21: 59 New
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            Quote: Doliva63
            There is no "pilot" post in the army; there is a "pilot".

            There is a "helicopter commander (airplane, ship, crew)," senior pilot "(leading the pair), and then a flight commander, squadron, regiment ..., there is a navigator pilot, operator-pilot. But just a" pilot "- no such a post.
            1. Nikolaevich I 6 February 2020 00: 08 New
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              Quote: helmi8
              there is a pilot-navigator, a pilot-operator. But just a “pilot” - there is no such position.

              A "radio arrow" to delhi? belay
              1. helmi8 6 February 2020 04: 37 New
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                Quote: Nikolaevich I
                A "radio arrow" to delhi?

                On different types of aircraft, its crew. And it was about the position of the flight crew, and not the flight-lifting. smile In addition to the radio operator gunner, there is also a pure flight attendant, gunner, airborne technician (engineer), airborne technician-air gunner (on Mi-8TV, Mi-8MT), navigator, mechanic (technician) according to ADO ... They just forgot about the flight attendants. .. laughing
                1. Nikolaevich I 6 February 2020 05: 01 New
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                  Quote: helmi8
                  They just forgot about the stewardess ...

                  And what about them to remember when money is only for vodka? request Not up to the shampoo! wink
            2. Andrey NM 6 February 2020 06: 03 New
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              In the memoirs of the GSS Arkhipenko F.F. there’s a funny passage about this when checking out the district air force commander:
              Suddenly he gave the command to build the flight crew of the 2nd air squadron. The construction was carried out exemplary and the squadron commander Captain Golov reported to him. When going around, the general asked everyone: “Who are you?”, And since the pilots had additional posts, the answers followed - “flight commander, adjutant, nachkhim, head of the paratrooper service.” I recommended myself as the deputy commissar of the air squadron for the Komsomol. Only one of us did not have an additional position and he replied: "The pilot is a fighter, junior lieutenant Avlukov." The commander smiled at the same time, shook his hand and said: "Hello, Comrade Avlukov, I finally met the pilot."
            3. Doliva63 6 February 2020 19: 48 New
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              Quote: helmi8
              Quote: Doliva63
              There is no "pilot" post in the army; there is a "pilot".

              There is a "helicopter commander (airplane, ship, crew)," senior pilot "(leading the pair), and then a flight commander, squadron, regiment ..., there is a navigator pilot, operator-pilot. But just a" pilot "- no such a post.

              Seriously? Where did you fall from? And who do you think manages single rooms? I'm talking about airplanes, if that. Like the "rotorcraft", not in the know. Although they were friends with them and drank alcohol together periodically drinks
              1. helmi8 6 February 2020 20: 12 New
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                Quote: Doliva63
                Seriously? Where did you fall from? And who do you think manages single rooms? I'm talking about airplanes, if that.

                Before you put the cons - study the question. Every aircraft, even a single one, has a technician. And in total, it will be a crew.
                1. Doliva63 6 February 2020 20: 19 New
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                  Quote: helmi8
                  Quote: Doliva63
                  Seriously? Where did you fall from? And who do you think manages single rooms? I'm talking about airplanes, if that.

                  Before you put the cons - study the question. Every aircraft, even a single one, has a technician. And in total, it will be a crew.

                  There are no fixed planes in the Air Force. Question removed?
                  1. helmi8 6 February 2020 22: 02 New
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                    Quote: Doliva63
                    There are no fixed planes in the Air Force. Question removed?

                    There is no UTP, according to combat calculation, each has his own plane. Clever is not necessary, if not in the subject. You may not answer, the dialogue with you is pointless ...
                    1. Doliva63 7 February 2020 16: 57 New
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                      Quote: helmi8
                      Quote: Doliva63
                      There are no fixed planes in the Air Force. Question removed?

                      There is no UTP, according to combat calculation, each has his own plane. Clever is not necessary, if not in the subject. You may not answer, the dialogue with you is pointless ...

                      Well, yes, if the plane is not in the TEC or elsewhere laughing but I'm talking about peacetime.
                      1. helmi8 7 February 2020 19: 41 New
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                        Quote: Doliva63
                        Well, yes, if the plane is not in the TEC or elsewhere

                        For the gifted, who are from an armored train, I explain the last time and the topic is closed on this. The pilot is specialty, the same as a tanker, artilleryman, etc. .... A position is a completely different concept, unless of course it tells you something. You can be a pilot, but you can be a flight manager or a chief of staff by job ... Did he even serve in the army at least urgently? Or did you study on the Internet, a well-deserved minuser ... laughing
                      2. Andrey NM 7 February 2020 23: 17 New
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                        Quote: helmi8
                        For the gifted, who are from an armored train, I explain the last time and the topic is closed on this. A pilot is a specialty, such as a tanker, artilleryman, etc.

                        I would like to clarify. A specialty is what is written in a diploma or according to the VUS. The diploma of a graduate of a flight school, and specifically of a fighter pilot (he specifically asked a fellow, he had finished the Kachu at one time, flew on the MiG-29) recorded - specialty: combat use and operation of aircraft, qualification - pilot engineer. And now the posts are called the pilot, senior pilot, flight commander, squadron commander, navigator of the regiment, etc. I understand that it depends on what they fly on and on the staffing table. Well, the flight manager also has such a position. In parallel: a graduate of the Naval School recorded a specialty, for example, the arming of ships, and there were already two qualifications - an officer with a higher military special education (there was an appendix to the diploma in personal affairs) and an electrical engineer. Navigators have a navigational engineer, etc. But the posts were called “group engineer”, “group commander”, “warhead commander”, “senior assistant commander”, “commander”, etc. That was in the 80s. Like now, I don’t know. Well, I don’t think that is very different. Maybe qualifications and specialties have changed their names in the light of educational reforms.
                      3. Doliva63 8 February 2020 18: 33 New
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                        Quote: helmi8
                        Quote: Doliva63
                        Well, yes, if the plane is not in the TEC or elsewhere

                        For the gifted, who are from an armored train, I explain the last time and the topic is closed on this. The pilot is specialty, the same as a tanker, artilleryman, etc. .... A position is a completely different concept, unless of course it tells you something. You can be a pilot, but you can be a flight manager or a chief of staff by job ... Did he even serve in the army at least urgently? Or did you study on the Internet, a well-deserved minuser ... laughing

                        So a graduate of the AUL in the regiment comes to the post of pilot. And the flight manager is the commander or deputy regiment or AE, if the AE flies, but this is not a position, it is appointed for the day of flights / shift. It seems that of the two of us in the Air Force, only I served laughing
        3. chenia 5 February 2020 22: 52 New
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          Quote: Doliva63
          There is no "pilot" post in the army; there is a "pilot".


          They are flyers, they called us gunners here. laughing
        4. Vanek30 5 February 2020 23: 52 New
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          Quote: Nikolai R-PM
          . In my urgency, in each shift for flight support, one of the conscripts was with a responsible officer in the "guard" at the end of the strip and observed that the racks went out and then reported to the cdp

          It is now there. Only now is the officer doing this sitting on the UPC (or KDP) next to the Flight Manager and monitoring the landing gear through binoculars. + reports broadcast "released." This time he apparently only saw the front desk and relaxed ...
        5. Amborlakatay 6 February 2020 21: 22 New
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          Correctly. Turnovers are still slowly growing, so a drawdown is inevitable.
      2. Starover_Z 5 February 2020 21: 29 New
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        If the video is not training, then the composure of the flight director can only be envied.

        Flight manager PROFESSIONAL ! In a split second, assess the situation, as they say, "pump" and give a short, capacious command "Turns to the maximum!" AC !!!
        1. Lipchanin 5 February 2020 22: 01 New
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          Quote: Starover_Z
          Flight Manager PROFESSIONAL

          Naturally. As I understand it, RPs put the most experienced pilots.
          and give a short, capacious command "Turns to the maximum

          This is of course "aerobatics" in management.
        2. Vanek30 5 February 2020 23: 54 New
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          Quote: Starover_Z
          Flight manager PROFESSIONAL ! In a split second, assess the situation, as they say, "pump" and give a short, capacious command "Turns to the maximum!" AC !!!

          If he was a professional, he noticed the absence of struts in the near-drive area, and on time sent the board to the second round. Only with a clear phrase "MAXIMUM TURNS, CARE TO SECOND CIRCLE!" And not just MAXIMUM, and after a while something to clarify.
          1. alexmach 6 February 2020 01: 32 New
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            Only with a clear phrase "MAXIMUM TURNS, CARE TO SECOND CIRCLE!"

            And that is exactly what he said actually.
            And not just MAXIMUM
          2. Cryvedco 6 February 2020 07: 32 New
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            Quote: Vanek30
            Only with a clear phrase "MAXIMUM TURNS, CARE TO SECOND CIRCLE!" And not just MAXIMUM, and after a while something to clarify.

            Too long, the situation here was critical, time was lost, in this case a shorter and more capacious phrase would be appropriate, for which it would be banned. Campaign agent of foreign intelligence, it is necessary to hit the FSB, let them check.
          3. Amborlakatay 6 February 2020 21: 24 New
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            And you’ll see a horseradish over the neighbor, all racks are released or not, because this is at least 2 km from the RP
        3. alexmach 6 February 2020 01: 30 New
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          Flight Manager PROFESSIONAL! In a split second, assess the situation, as they say, "pump" and give a short, capacious command "Turns to the maximum!" AC !!!

          And here there are questions of who the professional is there. We noticed it at the very last moment, but we should have done it earlier.
      3. Chaldon48 6 February 2020 05: 26 New
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        But then the chassis still managed to release, since it worked out.
        1. Nikolay R-PM 6 February 2020 20: 41 New
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          if my memory serves me right, then when the hydraulics fails (like the second hydraulic system is responsible for the landing gear cleaning), the pneumatic duplicates it. although 7 years have passed since the dismissal, I can deceive. Yes, and as a conscript materiel taught so far as
          1. Amborlakatay 6 February 2020 21: 26 New
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            Yes, the point is not that, yes, the pneumatic system duplicates, the question is why the non-release of the main struts was snapped?
  2. Genry 5 February 2020 20: 43 New
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    Quote: Siberian 66
    And the consequences for the technicians and the command as a whole are predictable.

    Apparently a very old record. Otherwise, the contributor would have a bunch of problems.
    1. Sky strike fighter 5 February 2020 20: 51 New
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      It is alleged that the recording was made in January 2020. Details on the link below.
      the crew allegedly did not look at the real readings of the instruments, including the warning lights for the landing gear. At the same time, the flight director (RP) noticed what was happening only in the last seconds before touching the strip, as he was blinded by headlights.

      “RP gave the right command -“ maximum speed ”(and not“ afterburner ”, at which there is a short-term drop in engine thrust). But while these revolutions reached their maximum, the car struck her ass on the runway, ”the publication says.

      http://in24.org/incidents/38479
    2. Orkraider 5 February 2020 20: 52 New
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      hi
      Old or not, no one knows.
      But RP worked perfectly, everyone is safe and the plane flies.
      They write that this photo belongs to the plane with the video)))
      Allegedly.
      1. Thrall 5 February 2020 21: 06 New
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        Quote: Orkraider
        They write that this photo belongs to the plane with the video)))
        Allegedly.

        Photo 2005 of the year.

        https://forums.jetcareers.com/threads/su-24-fencer.128232/post-1777503
        1. Orkraider 5 February 2020 21: 12 New
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          hi
          Thank you.
          I didn’t guess to conduct a photo search.
          Then, with a high degree of probability, the video is old.
      2. shura7782 5 February 2020 21: 15 New
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        Allegedly.
        In this photo, the comb is supposedly intact.
      3. Genry 5 February 2020 21: 15 New
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        Quote: Orkraider
        Old or not, no one knows.
        But RP worked perfectly, everyone is safe and the plane flies.

        It is indicated that:
        There is reason to believe that these damage has already been repaired and the machine continues to fly.

        https://tlg.name/s/voenvz
        And this means that it took a lot of time: to analyze flights, to defecate and repair an aircraft, and to "reward" those who distinguished themselves ....
      4. The comment was deleted.
  3. Lipchanin 5 February 2020 21: 56 New
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    Quote: Siberian 66
    Hopefully landed without consequences. For pilots and cars.

    Well, if something was, then probably already reported.
    I mean a serious accident
  4. kit88 5 February 2020 22: 32 New
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    Quote: Siberian 66
    And the consequences for the technicians and the command as a whole are predictable.

    You can learn more about the consequences for technicians and command.
    Well, those that are predictable.
  5. Nyrobsky 5 February 2020 23: 05 New
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    Damn, while watching these 54 seconds - something is already sweating. Not regularly, but clearly, as if it was intended. Well done. How did it end? belay
  6. alexmach 6 February 2020 01: 25 New
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    Yes, what else is training with an unreleased chassis. Failure of technology. Thank God both the dispatcher and the crew worked.
    1. Amborlakatay 6 February 2020 21: 28 New
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      There are no flight controllers in military aviation
  7. Vladimir_2U 6 February 2020 03: 50 New
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    Quote: Siberian 66
    I have never heard of such training drills with airplane jabbing concrete
    And I never heard of the Abort Landing command! laughing Interrupt landing!
  • Berkut154 5 February 2020 20: 30 New
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    Interestingly, while the three green ones are on fire, was there a report?
  • jaroff 5 February 2020 20: 32 New
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    The Su-24 has no rear landing gear. There are front and main landing gear. In this story, the main posts did not come out.
    1. keeper03 5 February 2020 22: 04 New
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      This applies to all aircraft! soldier Only the main racks! yes Journalists are off topic! no
      1. Piramidon 5 February 2020 22: 33 New
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        Quote: keeper03
        This applies to all aircraft!

        An-2 does not apply.
        1. Kamchatsky 5 February 2020 22: 57 New
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          And the An-2 is generally a unique car! wink hi
          1. Piramidon 5 February 2020 23: 42 New
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            Another front and rear racks are available on aircraft with a "bicycle" type of landing gear. Such as the Yak-25/28, M-4, 3M ...
          2. Alexey RA 6 February 2020 16: 34 New
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            Quote: Kamchatka
            And the An-2 is generally a unique car! wink hi

            Yeah ...
            - I’m aboard such and such, the remainder of the fuel is 400 kilograms, I fly on one engine, the chassis are not removed!
            smile
        2. Timx 6 February 2020 08: 44 New
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          An-2 does not apply

          And Be-12 ..
  • Goblin 5 February 2020 20: 36 New
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    Well, it happens .. I’m sure that it all ended well Otherwise, there would have certainly been a continuation laid out and groaned ..
  • Svarog51 5 February 2020 20: 39 New
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    Camera on the tracks in the order of things. And objects of this purpose are still not equipped. Video reports from witnesses. It may be worth paying attention to and supplying. As far as I know, take-off and landing are the most difficult elements of flight. Record in this case is unlikely to be superfluous? I would like to know the opinion of the pilots. The opinion of flight managers, too.
  • midshipman 5 February 2020 20: 49 New
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    Amazing video.
    I remember in Vladimirovka (military unit 25650) I watched the MiG-25 landing with a damaged front pillar. The pilot performed all the best and the plane did not hurt. And it happened that during takeoff one wheel of the front strut fell off. We were on the radar and noticed how the wheel rolls along the runway. Immediately called the CP. The flight director quickly decided everything.
    1. Magog 6 February 2020 11: 08 New
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      Probably the wheel mounting studs were pulled during the next replacement of the "master" of the vehicle - a classic case for motorists!
  • Well done 5 February 2020 20: 50 New
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    If the video is not training, then the composure of the flight director can only be envied.

    Never mind training! There is no composure, here are pros pilots and hands. flight, as well as Fortune.
    1. SovAr238A 5 February 2020 21: 42 New
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      Quote: Welldone
      If the video is not training, then the composure of the flight director can only be envied.

      Never mind training! There is no composure, here are pros pilots and hands. flight, as well as Fortune.


      Just the fact is that the pilots' guilt in this incident is fully proven and they will be full ...
      They did not release the main racks ...
      Forgot.
      and went to land.
      Well done here only RP.
      1. Yok Migarek 5 February 2020 22: 06 New
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        Exactly. Well done only RP. And there are a lot of guilty: the pilot and the navigator did not control the landing gear release, the observer of the landing gear landing on the ground (assigned for each flight) did not see the unreleased landing gear, the assistant flight director (PRP) is similar !!! Sloppiness at all stages of control by officials.
        PS It is impossible to release only the front pillar and not release the main ones. The outlet is controlled by one crane in the cockpit. There is a failure of technology. But everyone had to determine this refusal.
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          I agree, bro!
  • shura7782 5 February 2020 21: 01 New
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    Issues such as indication of landing gear landing gear, report to the flight manager about landing gear landing before landing, approach monitor with binoculars, which also watches the lights on landing gear struts ........
    Although, before my eyes, the An-26 “mailer” forgot to release the racks at night. Pro was gliding along the runway on his belly. Managed.
    And this tank under the belly .....
    In general - "Prerequisite for a flight accident."
    1. iouris 5 February 2020 21: 22 New
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      Quote: shura7782
      In general - "Prerequisite for a flight accident."

      The term "flight accident" has not been used since the days of the USSR, replaced by "accident", respectively, instead of the "prerequisite" should be used "aviation incident". Like this (“agree on concepts”).
      1. shura7782 5 February 2020 21: 34 New
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        The term "accident" has not been used since the days of the USSR,
        I do not remember this subtlety, although I found a transition from the USSR to the Russian Federation in a regiment. Thanks for the help.)))
        1. kit88 5 February 2020 23: 41 New
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          Quote: shura7782
          I do not remember this subtlety

          Lies Vicki as always.
          This is according to the new PRAPI in 1999 introduced.
    2. Doliva63 5 February 2020 21: 23 New
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      Issues such as indication of landing gear landing gear, report to the flight manager about landing gear landing before landing, approach monitor with binoculars, which also watches the lights on landing gear struts ........
      Although, before my eyes, the An-26 “mailer” forgot to release the racks at night. Pro was gliding along the runway on his belly. Managed.
      And this tank under the belly .....
      In general - "Prerequisite for a flight accident."

      Definitely! And the RP will get it.
      1. Amborlakatay 6 February 2020 21: 32 New
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        Of course! It was necessary to pull the PRP - are you observing the chassis? Well, he would have kicked the observer
    3. dmmyak40 5 February 2020 21: 37 New
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      Issues such as indication of landing gear landing gear, report to the flight manager about landing gear landing before landing, approach monitor with binoculars, which also watches the lights on landing gear struts ........
      Although, before my eyes, the An-26 “mailer” forgot to release the racks at night. Pro was gliding along the runway on his belly. Managed.
      And this tank under the belly .....
      In general - "Prerequisite for a flight accident."

      In Bykovo, the flight mechanic of the local An-24 squadron took off and cleaned the landing gear when taking off without a FAC command ... The aircraft did not even come off the runway, but he suddenly decided to remove it ... I think that everyone knows how it ended. Thank God everyone was safe and sound ...
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  • Doliva63 5 February 2020 21: 17 New
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    Actually, the RP stupid, but did not show composure. And now, perhaps, they are not observing the landing, as before, when they reported from the roof of the "high-rise": the chassis was not released?
    1. SovAr238A 5 February 2020 21: 44 New
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      Actually, the RP stupid, but did not show composure. And now, perhaps, they are not observing the landing, as before, when they reported from the roof of the "high-rise": the chassis was not released?

      I do not agree.
      RP did not see unreleased racks due to dazzling headlights.
      As soon as I saw it, I immediately started yelling about the "maximum" ...
      1. Doliva63 6 February 2020 19: 35 New
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        Quote: SovAr238A
        Quote: Doliva63
        Actually, the RP stupid, but did not show composure. And now, perhaps, they are not observing the landing, as before, when they reported from the roof of the "high-rise": the chassis was not released?

        I do not agree.
        RP did not see unreleased racks due to dazzling headlights.
        As soon as I saw it, I immediately started yelling about the "maximum" ...

        In my time, the RP did not look at it at all, looked at the specially appointed outfit and reported to the RP. I remember the case on the RFQ during the check: the outfit reports - there is no chassis, the inspector asks the regiment - your actions? Well, that one, of course, into the microphone is something like "52nd, on the 2nd lap." Reviewer: incorrect. The carrier carrier came in without a chassis; the right decision for you is to shoot yourself. Is funny But what was, was.
    2. Piramidon 5 February 2020 22: 44 New
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      First of all, the crew stupidly, not paying attention to the fact that the green warning lights for the release of the main racks do not light
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    So it seems that the headlights should definitely light up when the chassis racks are locked. And the technician specially allocated (sometimes he is at the starting inspection) if he saw the headlights, then he reported about it, if there were no headlights, the chassis were not released ...
    1. kit88 5 February 2020 23: 33 New
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      if there are no headlights, the chassis is not released

      So there is a headlight. But there is no chassis. And what to report?
      what
  • Aleks1973 5 February 2020 22: 25 New
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    They did not release the main racks ...
    Forgot.
    and went to land.

    Something new ... They have two taps, right? On the front desk and on the main? Do not smack nonsense! You’ll look smarter ...
    1. kit88 5 February 2020 23: 36 New
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      Three.
      On each rack.
      laughing
      Yes, three more emergency ones.
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        Right! And they are still duplicated, in the center, and the pilot and the navigator on the sides
  • Aleks1973 5 February 2020 22: 27 New
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    And now, perhaps, they are not observing the landing, as before, when they reported from the roof of the "high-rise": the chassis was not released?

    Actually, not from the roof of a skyscraper, but from a short-range drive.
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      Quote: Doliva63
      And now, perhaps, they are not observing the landing, as before, when they reported from the roof of the "high-rise": the chassis was not released?

      Actually, not from the roof of a skyscraper, but from a short-range drive.

      Apparently, where how. In the north, this was done from the roof of a high-rise building, and from the south, land at the level of the butt.
  • 75 Sergey 5 February 2020 22: 30 New
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    Well done, almost on time he reacted, clearly gave the command, without panic.
    Professional!
  • Aleks1973 5 February 2020 22: 32 New
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    And this one has a tank under his belly

    This is not a tank. It’s hard to see, but either the UPAZ or the REB container ... Tanks of 2000 x are probably already alive and they don’t look like that ..
  • bober1982 5 February 2020 22: 36 New
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    The rear landing gear on the Su-24, as indicated in this news, does not exist. You can not read further.
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    Well, okay. The dispatcher saw that the counter did not open and sent it to the second round, while speaking at Maximal. All is correct. Car and Pilot with Navigator alive
  • Kelwin 6 February 2020 03: 38 New
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    Well, the reaction of the pilot, half a second from the team. At 0:31, you can see the touch of the strip and immediately exit. Iron people.
  • Dikson 6 February 2020 04: 28 New
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    A mess in such a part or what? The observer on flights where looked, to telephone operators under skirts? When installing the racks in the locks, the lights light up .. - THREE fires should be .. did the pilots also not look at the dashboard? There is an indication .. Well, if there is a malfunction on the board .. - okay, but on the ground, where did you look at the moment the car entered the landing ?! Happiness that did not ditch the car and crew ..
  • lvov_aleksey 6 February 2020 05: 02 New
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    but I do not see the video
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    Most of all, in this whole story with a not entirely successful landing approach, with what simplicity all this cinema becomes publicly available to all, such filming and viewing should be, at a minimum, for official use.
  • vavla 6 February 2020 18: 46 New
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    I don’t understand that in the Russian army haven’t there been any secrets anymore?
    The flight director’s point of the military aviation unit records, and then all the video and audio materials
    spread in public resources! Is that normal!? I am absolutely sincerely asking this question, can I misunderstand something, or nothing at all? Who knows, clarify!
  • Kushka 6 February 2020 19: 39 New
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    Once I read that a cadet got into such a situation and very clearly went into the set from a minimum height
    over takeoff, for which he was awarded