Friday , 25 April 2014

A Big Collection of Oops Situations

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47 comments

  1. great post as usual!

  2. thakns goodpost

  3. Did Keith live or die?

  4. I don’t think I am ever going in a plane again. Actually my father was a Navy pilot… so these pictures really hit home!

  5. Nothing duck tape won’t fix……..

  6. is there Anything Americans can do right ??

    it’s all US cars, planes…etc…

  7. jajjjajja muy exelentes fotos con un exelente sentido del humor salu2 raza……..

  8. while some of these pics were cool, they are really unorganized and identical incidents should be grouped together instead of scattered around. Some explanations would have been nice for some too.

  9. Soendoro Soetanto

    Nice posting. I hope no body serious injured. Thanks.

    Soendoro Soetanto

  10. Hey, the partial ejection guy lived. The F14 Tomcat photo caption is wrong – it was during an airshow for the SecNav and the SecNav approved the manuver. and for the guy who asked if americans can do anything right… last photo is russian aircraft, the f18 with vertical stabilizer and elevon damage is Saudi, the E-2C Hawkeye is Saudi, and the Blue Sky Aviation aircraft next to the lions is civilian. I hate trolling, buy some of these people just ask for it.

  11. Beautiful wonderful photos .

  12. Jim’s correct
    Last pic is a collision of 2 MiG-29 at the airshow in Russia. This crash is quite well-known here, though nobody died it caused loads of controversy regarding airshow safety. I have some more pics of this accident, one of the planes actually set on fire and the whole thing looks quite spectacular (again, nobody got serious injuries, so don’t throw stones)

  13. Plane crashes sure are HILARIOUS!

  14. Nice images — but the most dangerous accident is the bike and car accident

  15. Why was the picture of the copter landing its rear on the top of a building to allow marines to board a “oops situation” from what I can recall that was a highly coreagraphed action and was nothing but spectacular…. I would like to see you control a copter and make it land on a square 1/3 its size.

  16. The 8th picture (fictional “Midwestern” plane crashed near the bridge) is a staged scene from the movie “Hero” (Dustin Hoffman, Geena Davis, Andy Garcia, Joan Cusack).

    Best regards
    Peter
    Hungary

  17. wow….amazing collection :)

  18. Image #17 (the Chinook landing troops on a building) is not an oops, but an infrequently used form of troop insertion. There is nothing wrong with that picture.

  19. Wauuu very much fear

  20. The best place for kids

  21. The photo of the Midwestern plane broken over the bridge was actually a movie set in Piru, CA for the Dustin Hoffman movie, Hero. I drove by the location, thinking that it was actually a plane crash, and saw that they were setting the set for filming. There were various pipes extending out that were gas jets for the fire scenes and also for water. You can see one of the pipes extending to the left on the top of the bridge.

  22. Plane crashes are not funny – how many were injured or killed? And with the bike/car crash, the biker is probably dead.

  23. I am glad to see that you have posted some nice collection of crashes that looks quite obvious as they happened at those places where it is not supposed to happens. Thanks for sharing.

  24. That last pictures doesn’t surprise me. Americans are just useless :)

  25. Typical American pilots. Doesn’t surprise me :)

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