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F-111 Jet Dump and Burn

Quick touch and go with a dump and burn...

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Added: Feb-23-2012 Occurred On: Feb-23-2012
By: SpIderZ
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Tags: F-111, dump, burn
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  • Verra cool video!!!

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  • Bad ass for an old plane.

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  • Is is for show. And is id fun

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  • Before they retired the Australian fleet of F-111 (PIG) down here they used to do Dump and Burn at the Grand Prix, here in Melbourne. It was a cloudy day and when this fucker went past and done it's vertical climb into the clouds with flames shooting out it's backside, it was something to see.

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  • I have a dump and burn every time I eat really spicy food.

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  • That was nice! Thanks SZ

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  • That was impressive!

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  • My favorite airframe. Spent 2 yrs as a maintainer at RAF Lakenheath, UK.

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  • burn, baby, burn

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  • Engine's running a bit rich. FFS!

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  • anyone got an idea why it would do this? Is it for show?
    thanks

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  • Don't do that too long, you're gonna need some to get down...

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  • I did that last time I had Mexican food... talk about a ring of fire!!

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  • It's not a performance thing, more for show, less for survival. It was stopped in the U.S. a while back, not sure if that is still the case.

    "There was a story of a fellow that dumped and burned as he departed KI Sawyer AFB several years ago, enroute to Pease. Apparently the residual rubber on the runway and the spruce trees along the runway (distance remaining markers obscured by snow) were burning for an hour after the fact."

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    http://www.airliners.net/aviation-forums/military More..

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  • learn how to land

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    • @BobbyJohnson

      he took off because he missed the landing so get a clue

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    • That's completely ridiculous. It's called a "Touch and Go", it's used for training all the time and in air shows like this one. I watched them as an F15E avionics tech on the flight line for 4 years in the Air Force so I'm pretty sure I have a "clue". Missed the landing? On land? WTF does that even mean? I hope you're not serious.

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    • @djdjr

      yeah overshot the landing so had to take off and try again. wtf is the point of a "touch and go" waste fuel, show off, put people in danger?

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    • @BobbyJohnson He did not overshoot the runway in broad daylight during an airshow. And yes, air shows are for entertainment to show off the aircrafts, why else would we hold them? The touch and go is mainly to train pilots on takeoffs and landings to get the most done in a short period of time. It also conserves fuel since most fighter jets need to take off in afterburner due to short runways. During the touch and go, with the jet already being at speed for lift, they just use full throttle to t More..

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