Sukhoi Su-24MK Fencer crashing while landing

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  1. sunny91

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    Great clip!
     
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    I was glad to see the crew ejected!

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    Good Lord. Would like to see the report from that accident.

    Irrespective of the final outcome, the Su-24 smokes like a whore. Reminds me of the F-4 during the late 70's.
     
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    I was thinking the same thing.
     
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    Wow, holy crap! Amazing that they got out of that.

    And you're right, Matt, smokes like crazy. I was wondering they were burning jet fuel, or soft coal.
     
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    That is not an eco friendly aircraft. Thank God they ejected.
     
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    Yikes! Great clip sunny.
     
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    I found that comment about the crash:

    the pilot couldnt reduce the speed of the plane enough because the engine was out of controll thats why the plane crashed ...

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    Interesting Sunny...

    It seems the pilot came in fast and bounced the aircraft and induced "Pilot Induced Oscillation" or "PIO." I do know on older Soviet aircraft there is a feature that allows the fuel control to be by passed and operated manually and even shut off, this known as an isolation valve. Perhaps this was being attempted as he was landing.
     
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    Was thinking he stalled a little high but hearing he was going too fast makes sense.

    Must've been a hairy ride before he ejected.
     
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