Aviation Photo #1115051: Nanchang CJ-6A - Untitled


Photo 4,260 of 4,263 by Steve Brimley
  • Alex McMahon
    Untitled
    Nanchang CJ-6A
    Nanchang CJ-6
    Nanchang CJ-6
    1432026
    N22591
    In Flight
    Delaware
    USA
    September 2006
  • 274

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#1115051
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September 24, 2006
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3/4s of the way through a loop, time to pull some Gs! According to the G meter we pulled 4.5 during the entry. Note that there isn't a single American or English gauge in the back!
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Comments (16)

Anonymous
9 years ago
Yeah buddy! Here it is. Great, unique shot, full of excitement and awe.
Anonymous
9 years ago
What a great shot. Nice to see a different perspective every once in a while. More shots like this please :0)
Anonymous
9 years ago
Having been there many times, many years ago until a heart attack excluded me - The picture brings back the feelings and sensations almost as clearly as the real 'rush' used to ......
Anonymous
9 years ago
A breathtaking shot!! I almost can feel myself sat down on that chair!
Thanks for sharing with us.

- J Falcao
Anonymous
9 years ago
Clever capture mate!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Great Picture! I almost feel the loop and it reminds me of doing lots of them!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Impressive!
Anonymous
9 years ago
About the dials and instruments... well, that's the correct way to have them set. International Metric System, not those units we are forced to use in the rest of the world.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Fantastic pic. 5 Stars. Well done!
Anonymous
9 years ago
It's just like we were sitting here ! Thanks ;-)
Anonymous
9 years ago
Thats gotta feell good
Anonymous
9 years ago
None of those english and american gauges... Yesp. It's time to learn fly in a PROPER way. Isn't? :-))
Anonymous
9 years ago
A magical feeling looking straight down on the world from a few thousand feet.
Anonymous
8 years ago
I have been in 4G's in a Murdy CAP-10... what a good feeling!! 5 Stars
Anonymous
8 years ago
American or English guage doesn't matter as long as it has universal numbers =) nice head by the way
Anonymous
7 years ago
Very nice picture...just like being there! Interesting that the vertical speed indicator is showing positive rate of climb, but looking out the canopy the aircraft is descending.