Extraordinary cases

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  1. Monox

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    2005.05.12. MiG-29B - 02, Capt. Szabó "Topi" Zoltán, Hungary:

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    2008.04.17. MiG-29B - 15, Capt. Peszeki "Peszke" Zoltán, Hungary:

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    Whoa, looks painful.
     
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    Looks like the Hungarian pilots need some more training...
     
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    AFAIK that looks like a MiG 29. That plane is supposed to be the easiest of the MiGs to fly, in fact almost idiot proof. Just what did that pilot do?
     
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    The first machine drive plunged because of a mistake, his other pilot ploughed up the concrete during a low cancellation...
     
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    Court martial the buggers then, I say!
     
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    It was not hurt, today is flying actively.
     
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    The crash of the "02" plane a video immortalized at what you can look here:

    http://www.jetfly.hu/videok/topi/topi.wmv
     
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    Looked like he was having some mechanical problems there in the vid....of the flaming sort....
     
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    #10 Monox, Jan 5, 2010
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    Two people only neglect, not the ideal weather and luck led to this, the MiG-21bis lands without nose gear.

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  11. A4K

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    I can't believe they would torch MiG-15 UTI's...they should be preserved! There are a ton of MiG-21s around still, why don't they use some of them instead?
     
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    Because people are very stupid ....
     
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    #13 Monox, Sep 28, 2010
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    Now that's a loss. You don't see those too often.
     
  15. Gnomey

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    True Matt, a real shame.
     
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    Tragic...........
     
  17. Monox

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    The Hungarian Air Force in 1995, lost two Su-22 fighter aircraft.
    In two cases during the 3 person crew ejection, suffered various injuries.

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    1990.04.20.
    The Hungarian Air Force MiG-23MF fighter aircraft (09 tactical numbered) thunderbolt occurred due to engine failure crashed near Ajka.

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  18. Monox

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    2001.04.12. The 715 tactical number Mi-14 helicopter collided with the accompanying 579 tact. nr.
    The helicopter crew injured in another helicopter crew died.

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    Was that a ground collision between the two aircraft, or did the pilot of 715 actually make a landing with that much damage??
     
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    Has to have been GG, I can't believe he managed to fly that Mi-14 without the tail rotor, serious respect if he did though.
     
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