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  • Anonymous coward on 2006-Jan-30 15:02:29 Anonymous coward said

    me
    The...many...steps...to...say...that...I'm...outta...here!!!
  • Anonymous coward on 2006-Apr-25 22:03:24 Anonymous coward said

    Marine57
    I never was able to understand why someone would want to jump out of a perfectly good airplane.
  • Anonymous coward on 2006-Oct-22 18:39:49 Anonymous coward said

    Zero
    nah i'm no Kamikazi ! i don't need to be in my plane to do it ! SWALLOW IT NOW JAP !
  • Anonymous coward on 2007-May-17 19:43:13 Anonymous coward said

    Just Browsing
    That was a test of the F-111 ejection seat. The plane was designed to fly supersonic at tree top so they decided to eject the entire cockpit instead of the individual pilots. Those that did in Vietnam were never found as no one knew where they ejected as they flew below even our radar.

  • Anonymous coward on 2007-Jun-23 23:19:52 Anonymous coward said

    Rufus
    Actually this is an A-5 Vigilante the first Navy Supersonic Nuke bomber. the plane was very fast.
  • Anonymous coward on 2007-Nov-04 02:35:46 Anonymous coward said

    Blaster
    oke,that is the action. now the dificult part, where are the buttons to do that??
  • Anonymous coward on 2008-Jan-30 23:09:57 Anonymous coward said

    chris b
    there are no "perfectly good airplanes", hence the ejection seat
  • Anonymous coward on 2009-Jan-28 14:37:54 Anonymous coward said

    737guy
    The A-5 had such a tall tail that I was wondering if it was even possible to safely eject from one.
  • Anonymous coward on 2010-Mar-06 11:51:33 Anonymous coward said

    JAFO
    Did anyone even notice that the pilot left the falling seat and jumped with his own parachute?

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