Bird Strikes in WW2

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  1. eddie_brunette

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    Anybody got any info. I found nothing on net or in my books about bird strikes in WW2

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    See Airplane.
    See Airplane with Prop.
    See Prop spin.
    See Bird fly into Airplane Prop.
    No more bird.

    Really is that simple.
     
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    what I thought too, but what about twins?
     
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    true, jets are more susceptible but I would'nt dismiss the severity of bird strikes..
    There's a couple prop jobs here:
    Neue Seite 4

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    only found this......

    Cessna 172 after birdstrike

    cessna-bird-strike1.jpg

    unfortunatly there is no more info:
    where was the plane striked?
    how high were the plane etc

    Killtown's:  WTC Crash Videos
     
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