March 2017: Riding the Booster
“A movie from the point of view of the Solid Rocket Boosterwith sound mixing and enhancement done by the folks at Skywalker Sound.”
Early fall flying around Lake Illiamna, Alaska.
Chasing the last of the King Salmon.
Memorial Day flying in Alaska.
Transfering baked goods from sea to shore is harder than it looks…
A montage of Fall Super Cub flying in Alaska.
Flying two SuperCubs out for ptarmigan hunting set to “This House is Rockin”.
The “Last Fast Cat”, sponsored by F. Atlee Dodge, was built by KC Hooks.
Body is a 1968 Cougar with a 580″ Ford engine, A-Heads, injected on methanol and
KC has owned the car since 1968 and has raced virtually every class through the years.
Runs consistent mid to high sevens…old school. Hangs out at Alaska Raceway Park in Palmer, Alaska.
Formation flying on skis west of Anchorage set to “Sultan of Swing” by Dire Straits.
Timing is everything in this comical Supercub video, which captures a GoPro fall from its outboard suction -cup mount during a touch and go.
Mounting the skis and going for a spin around Six Mile Lake, Alaska.
A Veteran’s Day Ptarmigan Hunt set to Joe Satriani’s “I Believe”
An early winter Supercub flight through the Knik River valley and over the Knik Glacier.
April 2013: Flying two SuperCubs out for lunch on a beautiful spring day.
Military Flight Videos
A quick mini-documentary on the 2 P-40B Warhawks that got airborne during the attack on Pearl Harbor and scored multiple kills. Flown by Ken Taylor and George Welch they were able to attack Japanese aircraft of the second attack wave.
During 1963, a KC-130F aircraft made history by landing and taking off from the aircraft carrier; USS Forrestal (CVA-59). The crew successfully negotiated 29 touch-and-go landings, 21 unarrested full-stop landings, and 21 unassisted takeoffs at gross weights of 85,000 pounds up to 121,000 pounds.
The Star Spangled Banner as you’ve never heard it.
The Pukin Dogs of VFA-143 take to the skies in the Pacific Northwest. The song is Crystallize by Lindsey Stirling.
A look back at 2014 from the F/A-18 Hornet squadrons of Strike Fighter Wing Atlantic.
ON HIS KNEES RONALD REAGAN – This is a rather short video that we all should watch, appreciate and fully understand.
Insane Footage Takes You Inside the Cockpit.
The new studio recording of and Lyric Video for JP’s newest smash sensation, a song depicting the trials of Canadian Veterans and Veterans everywhere.
Helicopter Landing at Sea.
Wings Over The Rockies, film showing continually at the Denver Air Museum, Doug Holgate Aerial Director of Photography.
This spectacular footage of F/A-18 Hornets and Super Hornets is how all aviation videos should be: Just amazingly crispy shots with no stupid musical soundtrack. It makes you feel like you are sitting right there in the cockpit with the pilots. An incredibly detailed look into the F-18s of the USS Enterprise.
Rare warbirds to depart Edwards Ranch.
File opens as a power point presentation.
WWII veteran Vince Speranza tells the Airborne Beer story that occurred while he was serving in the 101st Airborne Division at the Battle of the Bulge. The 101st Airborne was cutoff from the rest of the Army and was holding out in Bastogne when Vince was sent back to try and find some radio batteries for his company. He got a little sidetracked on his mission as he stopped to visit a wounded friend.
Never complain about Delta’s baggage fees again.
Team AeroDynamix owns the night in this exciting formation video. The world’s largest air show team provides an exciting and memorable performance that combines precision formation flying and formation aerobatics.
This is a website devoted to the 1949 Air Races. In 1949, the Armed Forces pulled out all the stops to show the public where their money went.
They chose Cleveland Municipal Airport as the “target” to demonstrate the split-second
timing necessary to bring 100 aircraft to bear on a given objective.
Great Escape Tunnel revealed after 67 years – Untouched for almost seven decades, the tunnel used in the “Great Escape”
has finally been unearthed.
December 7, 1941: The Collings Foundation’s F-100F and Colonel George “Bud” Day Celebration and Flight. George “Bud” Day is a Vietnam Vet, a medal of honor
recipient and a former POW. He was shot down over Vietnam in his F-100F on 26 August 1967, and was a POW for 5 years and 7 months.
2013 May 15: Britain’s only airworthy Lancaster skims over Derwent Reservoir to mark Dambusters 70th anniversary.
See pictures and videos from the Anniversary flight as well as historical photos of 617 Squadron.
Music video created in honor of our heros to “Angel Flight” by Radney Foster. Angel Flights are the U.S. Air Force C-130’s
used to fly home our Fallen Soldiers. Angel Flight is also their call sign.
December 7, 1941: A civilian airliner, The Pacific Clipper, Queen of Pan American Airways fleet of flying boats is
cut off from home by the outbreak of World War II and makes a dash for freedom.
December 7, 1941: In 2005, an 83 year-old World War II pilot is surprised to see 16mm footage of his 1944 Spitfire crash for the first time.
Other Interesting Videos