Tuesday, 30 November 2010

Thousand Birds "Attack" U.S. Military Aircraft

A United States-owned military aircraft photographers caught surrounded thousands of birds. Remarkably, the U.S. plane Navy E-6B is preparing to land at airports of Fort Smith, Arkansas, USA, congratulations. Usually, the attacks only one bird can cause aircraft engine died.
This dramatic event successfully immortalized by a photographer named Kaia Larsen. This moment was photographed Larsen when he crossed the airport by car on 29 October.

"I see the birds close to the plane like a giant ball," said Larsen. "That's when I realize that this is a rare event, I immediately pulled over, and climbed onto the roof of the car to take some pictures."
Before swarming flight, the birds are busy feeding on grass not far from the runway. For some reason, suddenly when they landed the plane about to fly close to the plane.
"I know this is a special event, I even had time to move on to the roof of a truck that was parked to get a better picture," said Larsen. "But I know see this event a little sin, but really a fantastic sight."
Over the last 20 years, as many as 200 people were killed by a bird that comes into the aircraft engine.
The last incident, two days ago, Qantas planes experienced an emergency landing in Johannesburg after a bird into the engine resulting in a death machine. However, this plane landed smoothly and all the passengers survived.
Source: http://www.tempointeraktif.com/hg/amerika/2010/11/18/brk 0.20101118 to 292,546, uk.html


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