Why did the pilots LOSE control?! National Air Cargo flight 102

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    On the 29th of April, 2013 a Boeing 747 from National Air Cargo, flight 102, crashed just seconds after takeoff.
    The crash killed all 7 American crew members and was captured on a dash-cam of a passing vehicle. This video became a major clue in the investigation into what caused the crash together with eye-witness accounts and technical evidence.

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    Sources:

    Air France 747-400: @ BriYYZ
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    747-400 Conversion: @ iai
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    747-400 Conversion: @ iai
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    747-400 Conversion: @ iai
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    747-400 Conversion: @ iai
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    Locking Mechanisms: @Telair
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    ULD: @ Bob Rogers
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    ULD Storage: @ aircargonews.net
    www.aircargonews.net/airlines...

    Cargo Section: @ globalmotion.com
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    Loadmaster: @ U.S. Air Force/Senior Airman Harry Brexel
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    Strapping Down:
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    Large Cargo: @ aviationtoday.com
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    Atlas Cargo: @ Atlas
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    747 Jackscrew: @ Quora
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    Bulkhead: @Quora
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    Cargo Loading: @ fearoflanding.com
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    Straps: @ NTSB
    gawker.com/was-the-bagram-air...

    Bulkhead: @ NTSB
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    Loadmaster: @ Staff Sgt. Quinton Russ
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    Loadmaster: @ defencejobs.gov.au
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    Qatar Cargo 747: @ betteraviationjobs.com
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    Qatar Cargo 747: @ globalqyresearchreports
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    Cargo Loading: @ Dtom
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    Cargo Loading: @ Senior Airman Kasey Zickmund
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    Cargo Loading: @ Sarah Lipfird
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    @ NYC Aviation
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    00:00 - Intro:
    01:21 - Flight Overview
    02:02 - 747-400 Cargo Conversion
    04:01 - Hydraulic System Overview
    05:53 - The Crew
    06:33 - The Cargo Load
    11:29 - Cockpit Conversations
    13:47 - The Accident
    15:56 - Searching for Answers
    21:12 - Exclusive Skillshare Offer!
    22:14 - Chapter 9: Conclusions
    23:28 - You might also enjoy…

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Vor 7 Monate
Tony Curtis
Tony Curtis

Rich house poor house

Vor Monat
Gen0me Gen0me
Gen0me Gen0me

Dislike. For lacking dashcam.

Vor 3 Monate
HerrSchmitti
HerrSchmitti

@EndeavourAMS lol, what do you think TV programme is? An ad break on TV?

Vor 4 Monate
l ,
l ,

I think allot of these e crashes are caused by pilot sleeping all pilots rely on autopilot IFR too much and and then probably sit there bored forgetting how to fly VFR this explains why they need simulator training each year,everything in a plane is auto VSI ASI IA HI all this can be done from the ground soon. if they can get a tesla to drive on a busy road imagine how easy they can get a plane to maintan distance and land then taxi easy this needs to be automatic.

Vor 4 Monate
Michael B
Michael B

@Keith Alderson llllllllllllllllllllllppppll

Vor 4 Monate
Docreyaz
Docreyaz

Your dog be like: this man is wasting time with some nonsense YouTube channel 😂😂😂

Vor 3 Stunden
alice L
alice L

Watching this now after 7 months, wondering what changes have been made to cargo loading regulations/training/certification? Don't CVRs run on a 30min loop btw? This one included 45 minutes before they took off?

Vor 12 Stunden
Tobias Ventura
Tobias Ventura

I love your dog mate, such a pretty animal laying next to you while you do your thing, cheers

Vor 16 Stunden
Junker Veld
Junker Veld

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Vor 20 Stunden
Jim Talor
Jim Talor

So sad.This catastrophe could have been avoided if that company used USAF trained loadmasters! Many years ago I was with Navy Detachments and if our gear on those large pallets were not secure and weight properly it was not going on the plane. Many times they would reject how we did it and then instruct us the proper way. Those loadmasters are by the book professionals, Respect!

Vor 20 Stunden
Mergim Azemi
Mergim Azemi

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Vor Tag
Grumpy Grandad
Grumpy Grandad

I have to ask, where do you get your graphics from ? Very impressive

Vor Tag
MrBruinman86
MrBruinman86

NTSB didn't recommend reinforcing the structural area around the jackscrew or the hydraulics? seems odd.

Vor 2 Tage
Mikkel O
Mikkel O

16:02 the dog! :-)

Vor 2 Tage
Aaron Costello
Aaron Costello

Horrible. Seems like this crew needed a 'loadmaster' and instead got a 'loadtrainee'.

Vor 5 Tage
Jmvars
Jmvars

Not at all where I was expecting it to go. I was fully expecting the entire row of vehicles to roll backwards, shifting the center of mass to the back and causing it to stall.

Vor 5 Tage
Alter Kater
Alter Kater

"Every airflight accident makes flying safer"...since 100 years. When will we arrive at "safe"?

Vor 5 Tage
Anuraag Tiwari
Anuraag Tiwari

Great video as always

Vor 5 Tage
mark ray
mark ray

Very informative. Such a tragedy. I do hope that the industry learned from this.

Vor 6 Tage
Tet Bundy
Tet Bundy

Why is it called loadmaster when it's only some random guy :D

Vor 6 Tage
Carl Williams
Carl Williams

Being in Construction, this reminds me of so many instances I've seen of people with limited intellects, given extraordinary responsibility! To quote the Aussies...."Awwww...She'll be right mate!" (until she aint!). The "Load Master" wont make THAT mistake again!😎

Vor 6 Tage
Octonoozle
Octonoozle

They were able to recover the rest of the cockpit voice recording. The pilot was shouting F******* loadmaster!!!!!

Vor 7 Tage
Cheri W
Cheri W

So sad, RIP to the victims and prayers for their families.

Vor 7 Tage
Thomas Freeman
Thomas Freeman

I found this much more interesting than your dog did. Thank you, and give "Fido" my best.

Vor 8 Tage
Rich_Lex
Rich_Lex

I'd have used as many straps as I had on the vehicles.

Vor 8 Tage
Core Therapies
Core Therapies

I remember seeing this horrific video on the news. Thank you for informing us of the cause.

Vor 8 Tage
yxxjanne
yxxjanne

Those double palets with some plywood in between probably acted as a skid layer. The locking hooks probably only hold on to the bottom one, while entire load hung on those thin straps.

Vor 9 Tage
Citizen World
Citizen World

The audio on this video is not great quality. You need to get a good mic with a decent preamp and some audio software to repair pops with compression. Hope that helps.

Vor 9 Tage
Frank Nunzi66
Frank Nunzi66

Can you imagine the horror of the crew knowing there is nothing they can do to rite the ✈️ ship , thankfully it was quick. R.I.P. crew 🙏

Vor 9 Tage
Sarah Hollywood
Sarah Hollywood

Not a pilot. But I have sat in the back of military cargo planes going to my base and the cargo moves just inches. Very scary inches when you are strapped to the wall watching it. Flight gets really long

Vor 9 Tage
leokimvideo
leokimvideo

The Dashcam footage of the incident is very heavily protected by copyright. Your wize not to use it at all in the video.

Vor 10 Tage
David Hua
David Hua

The animation shows a 747-8 not 747-400

Vor 11 Tage
Benjamin Menken
Benjamin Menken

I just got a job at FedEx express loading Boeing 757's weight balance and placent is done by ramp agents while material handlers load and unload the aircraft as well as resupplying food and coffee for the pilots, and the mechanic manages gpu, pushback and everything else. The training we get is very long and it's very important that everything is secured properly. If one thing breaks even tiny, the plane need to be grounded

Vor 11 Tage
Jacob Groezinger
Jacob Groezinger

What's troubling is that this is far from the first 'load shift' accident.

Vor 11 Tage
Sgt Bean Pow
Sgt Bean Pow

Why would high strength chains or wire cable not be used in place of these small straps? I am guessing the answer has to do with a proprietary fastener connection to the aircraft but, an adapter to accept such connections seems like something an engineer would have designed for cargo that, in comparison to chains/wire rope, would require such a ridiculous amount of straps to secure.

Vor 12 Tage
haiwa tigere
haiwa tigere

You are the hardest working of the plethora of aviation educators. I find I have to see an incident I have seen elsewhere again here because of your contents. Most I have seen say " load moved". That cockpit discussion and that hydraulic rupture never discussed. Thanks Petter ( and dog)

Vor 13 Tage
Admiral Jezza
Admiral Jezza

Funny how you don't show the dashcam footage but the animation looks more brutal than the dashcam footage ever did.

Vor 13 Tage
P. Candice Goddard
P. Candice Goddard

Maybe this is why Joe Biden left all of that equipment and armaments in Afghanistan.

Vor 14 Tage
Horatio yen
Horatio yen

there is no harm in having more straps

Vor 14 Tage
Pablo668
Pablo668

I can not believe that the Cargomaster role wasn't certificated/standardised across the industry.

Vor 14 Tage
john murray
john murray

Why they tying them like that? 60 different straps/chains. I mean when you secure a car to a car trailer you put a big ratchet strap round each wheel and it can't move.. but it here they seem to ignore the wheels and just put straps on the body?

Vor 14 Tage
todd prifogle
todd prifogle

Damnit

Vor 14 Tage
Scott Campbell
Scott Campbell

Great job on your videos with awesome explanation

Vor 14 Tage
Freddie Chew
Freddie Chew

When I saw that video I had a hunch that some heavy cargo wasn’t restrained properly and went all the way at the back of the plane. Sad.

Vor 14 Tage
TheJuggtron
TheJuggtron

If they put the loadmaster's seat behind the load would he have still signed off?

Vor 15 Tage
lexas
lexas

Thank you for this. At the time I guessed it was an inexperienced pilot being a cowboy. Now I know the real cause.

Vor 15 Tage
Penny Wood
Penny Wood

Just clocked the relevance of your cushion colours.

Vor 15 Tage
nalle karhu
nalle karhu

I remember the accident, such an avoidable tragedy, the pilot should have refused to carry the cargo until the cargo was 100% secured.

Vor 15 Tage
volvo09
volvo09

I remember hearing the radio broadcast after it happened, it popped right in my head when "the taliban claimed respinsibility" was mentioned. Totally forgot that it was an initial idea.

Vor 14 Tage
LeonG
LeonG

I understand redundancy, but 60 straps is insane. Its too hard to ensure each strap takes its share. And if each strap is only able to take a 20th of the item,its too easy to break it... If it moves a bit.. everything moves even if its tied down properly .... The safe strapping method is to use straps strong enough that 5 to 10 is enough...this may mean spreader system to attach the fewer straps down to many points....

Vor 16 Tage
Ricky Spanish👑
Ricky Spanish👑

26 straps is that it!? I can’t even phantom that, like they are massive heavy army cars… Jesus🤦🏻‍♀️ RIP to all 7 people on board.

Vor 16 Tage
Ben Mac
Ben Mac

I am surprised the pilots did not take more interest in the cargo securing, particularly after it was reported that the cargo had moved and atleast one strap had broken. I also would have thought calculating the number of straps required would have atleast been checked by the pilots. At sea the first officer would normally do all of that sort of thing and seconds ensure his plan is followed.

Vor 17 Tage
g larios
g larios

Great video. Thank you

Vor 17 Tage
Jeff Russell
Jeff Russell

Just a quick correction Petter, the aircraft actually struck the nose first, just in front of the front landing gear door.

Vor 17 Tage
Scott Snyder
Scott Snyder

First officer had 1100 hours. I thought you needed 1200 for an ATR. Am I missing something? By the way, I love your videos.

Vor 17 Tage
Joseph Warra
Joseph Warra

There may be security concerns, but a video on the B-52 crash at FAFB in 94(?) might be interesting and helpful. Also the Space Shuttle disasters, thanks.

Vor 18 Tage
Leslie Coleman
Leslie Coleman

Thank you I learned a lot.

Vor 18 Tage
Robert Kelly
Robert Kelly

I think you put your dog to sleep,he thinks you're boring.

Vor 18 Tage
Blatherskite
Blatherskite

When I first saw the video of the crash, I thought it was fake - surely no 747 could behave like that, hovering and twisting in the air... It's not pleasant watching men die.

Vor 18 Tage
mrrichard57000
mrrichard57000

For that dog just an other bed time story....

Vor 19 Tage
Sharon Haywood
Sharon Haywood

Oh God this is so interesting but it's taking to long!

Vor 20 Tage
PoorMan94
PoorMan94

They should of been using chains, not straps.

Vor 20 Tage
Fire Dad
Fire Dad

Make sure to feed that pesky algorithm

Vor 20 Tage
Josee Richard
Josee Richard

I love your videos. I watched every episode (multiple times) of air crash investigation and every other videos/episodes about aviation disasters i can find.

Vor 21 Tag
Matt Warren
Matt Warren

i'm still in awe as to how the f..k an already heavy steel tube carrying nigh on 80 tons of cargo +fuel and what not can even get airborne ??? It bends my mind every time ! R.I.P for the perished .By the way i'm becoming addicted to this channel.

Vor 21 Tag
NightWaves
NightWaves

Just look at the strapping. 7:54 That's suicide. If you can't see using the strap material not end attachments for securing to the vehicle or the floors limited securing points you're in the same boat as them. Using that trick requires even more than standard straps just to get lucky. Chains okay but fabric straps results? Not rated or safe for that usage method.

Vor 21 Tag
Darrell Shoub
Darrell Shoub

Wow. Amazing content as always.

Vor 21 Tag
Mentour Pilot
Mentour Pilot

Glad you found it interesting!

Vor 21 Tag
plt sidewinder
plt sidewinder

the captain possibly tried to roll the airplane over to the right with rudder hardover in order to pitch the nose down. that could explain the roll to the right at the very last seconds of the flight. RIP.

Vor 21 Tag
Les R
Les R

Thank you so much for such an interesting video I find it hard to believe that with all those people on that plane what was there nine of them nine crew members that they weren't why they were so Cavalier I mean they newest something went backwards and takeoff or Landing that it would kill them they act like they didn't care talk about a preventable accident. Was there any mention of whether the retaining straps and chains broke or that the platform the last vehicle was sitting on the load rocks broke the mechanism which allowed the ball bearings to easily move the flat platform backwards I have a lot of questions I'm sure that they discuss these things amongst themselves but I just I can't believe that the crew would inadequately tie it down I just have a hard trouble understanding that with them knowing that all the equipment to keep the plane in the air was in the back of that bulkhead it does not make 100% sense to me thank you

Vor 22 Tage
KRAZEEIZATION
KRAZEEIZATION

This was horrendous to see on video. Dropped like a stone.

Vor 22 Tage
HahnsB2
HahnsB2

Very interesting, I was always under the impression that the crash was caused by the aft CG from the vehicles moving, didn't know it took out the jack screw like that.

Vor 23 Tage
Arthur Niblock
Arthur Niblock

Jack screws on Primary flight control (Pitch Stabilizer) is a very poor idea. Runaway trim etc., see Max 8. The Lockheed pitch control system is a much superior idea.

Vor 23 Tage
Ung Grabb
Ung Grabb

And one would assume that when strapped in, there would be zero movement possible. None at all

Vor 23 Tage
Bricklaying With Steve and Alex
Bricklaying With Steve and Alex

Excellent channel , new subscriber 👌🏼🧱👍🏼

Vor 23 Tage
82 Luft
82 Luft

I'm surprised that steel chains weren't used to tie down the vehicles instead of canvas straps.

Vor 23 Tage
morzh1978
morzh1978

12:35 "replacing straps... beefing up more... I HOPE" - unbelievable. With such symptoms displayed, you have to at least double your straps (triple would be better) and also add chains (if there are any). No absolute necessity to calculate, just add FAR more. Just common sense. These guys should not be allowed to move furniture in a van!

Vor 25 Tage
morzh1978
morzh1978

9:30 "60 straps" would snap in cascade if turbulence etc. is hard enough. Should have used chains instead or on the corners at least. Even in a trailer.

Vor 25 Tage
morzh1978
morzh1978

12:25 "joking remarks" - quite laughable. "National Airlines" definitely has a talent of hiring / subcontracting mentally handicapped manpower for ALL of their positions. More over, their basic instincts such as self-preservation appear to be supressed or perverted, too. This includes management and senior pilots. This "spare" captain appears to have sub-conscious dead wish as well. Eventually, free market solves it all, though. Good job!

Vor 25 Tage
Kyle Betts
Kyle Betts

Why don't they build a cockpit and crew compartment that can also serve as an escape pod for doomed aircraft? Put some parachutes built in to them.

Vor 25 Tage
morzh1978
morzh1978

22:25 "National airlines inadequate procedures" - inadequate morons in charge. What the hell was their management thinking about? If you prefer to employ / sub-contract elementary school´s dropouts to do the job - do NOT allow them to calculate. Get a table of exemplary loads with numbes and pictures, as to where and how many straps and chains to attach for this and that kind of cargo. Quite simple, generally works flawlessly. How dumb someone has to be to ignore that?

Vor 25 Tage
morzh1978
morzh1978

That's what "enterpreneurial spirit" does to you in practice. Contractors and subcontractors, who inevitably 1) hire illiterate guys for lesser-than-$7.25 minimum wage equivalent 2) expect them (overstressed and underslept) to do all the calculations, too, as they have failed to hire a specialist to do so. American dream has come true.

Vor 25 Tage
Suburp212
Suburp212

Fantastic series. I hope this also gets Adapted to netflix next year.

Vor 25 Tage
Robin Sattahip
Robin Sattahip

I worked with a guy who was studying to be a military loadmaster back in the late 70s. Amazing this could happen.

Vor 26 Tage
Daphne James
Daphne James

Those pallets should have been actual third members bolted unto the vehicle chassis, and the 'pallette' itself CONNECTED to the aircraft's mounting system. The wheels of said vehicles should have been taken off and either strapped to the chassis or stored inside. If the vehicles were merely rolled on to pallets and then strapped down to it that is just a recipe for disaster

Vor 26 Tage
Johnathan Saegal
Johnathan Saegal

Thank you for, in the introduction of this video, cutting the dashcam footage just as the plane hit. You showed very decent compassion and moral fortitude to exclude the explosion of the airliner - when many people would have shown it in the introduction for dramatic clicks. I'm not saying that we cannot handle watching the ship crash, but for an introduction, it would be unnecessary and you chose the proper time to shut down that dashcam.

Vor 26 Tage
Timmy Carey
Timmy Carey

Can never have enough straps. I use minimum 4 straps to hold a normal car on a trailer & I am paranoid about it shifting.

Vor 26 Tage
Andrea G
Andrea G

To not use the original video out of respect of the victims’ families and friends really is something extremely nice. Well done 👍

Vor 27 Tage
Darth KillsAll
Darth KillsAll

You get a thumbs up just fir the dog chillin chillin on the couch. Sit BooBoo sit 🐶good dog

Vor Monat
Smiley TeK
Smiley TeK

He does such a great job sharing these stories and findings of these investigations. So sad.

Vor Monat
Patrick Doyle
Patrick Doyle

I think it's time to throw out the chains and straps if they always move. And design a metal block that sits in front and the back of cargo as well as the sides to prevent them from moving even an inch.. I am talking about a metal block of at least 16 inches thick with at least a height of 3 foot or more to stop any movement.. But it won't happen, why even though normal people like me think these ideas up.. Because you and i don't work for the people who think they know best. And yeah i worked within engineering design and technology.. So good luck with your new found recommendations and training, with the hope the person who loaded the cargo has got it right... My design wouldn't even need training as it's so simple a kid could do it.. These people in charge thought they knew best so carry on.. It's happened once and it will happen again..

Vor Monat
Mutant The Great
Mutant The Great

Just think, if the US and UK hadn't started an illegal war in Afghanistan you would be watching something else.

Vor Monat
ah Lee
ah Lee

@Mutant The Great of course

Vor 28 Tage
Mutant The Great
Mutant The Great

@ah Lee So the CIA did not fund Bin Laden and ISIS. Ok..

Vor 28 Tage
ah Lee
ah Lee

@Mutant The Great or if Islam was funded by CIA, then yes for you

Vor 28 Tage
ah Lee
ah Lee

Nope, Islam is the one.

Vor 28 Tage
Mutant The Great
Mutant The Great

@ah Lee You mean the toxic religion which was funded by the CIA?

Vor 29 Tage
Green tip
Green tip

THIS hurt man. MORE than typical for a specific reason...just haven’t figured it out yet. Seems SO out of the blue JUST also damn needless..

Vor Monat
Joe Heitz
Joe Heitz

Amazingly professional graphics. Very well done and informative video.

Vor Monat
NicolaW72
NicolaW72

Thank you very much! It´s a very teaching series of videos!

Vor Monat
sammy dingdong
sammy dingdong

Another incident were lives are lost and another incident were the money used for war could have been used for health care schools and hospitals and housing for the poor thanks murican useless politicians.......

Vor Monat
d koz
d koz

Actually a link on the chain is what doomed the flight. A restraining chain/belt broke, and cargo shifted aft. The cargo was two or three heavy duty MRAP vehicles. Very heavy. The one or both vehicles shifted back, bringing aircraft's center of gravity beyond maximums. Nose pitched up, aircraft stalled and crashed.

Vor Monat
Haikew
Haikew

Being a young Sergeant many years ago, I had the responsibility of organizing shipments for the USMC out of Bastion on C-17 Globemaster III's. Besides the weights, I had the responsibility of ensuring all of my TCN #'s matched the pallets we shipped equipment out on. I once had an entire shipment pushed back by the load master because I got the TCN numbers wrong. It was the only mistake I made during my deployment, but it was one of the most stressful jobs I had in my life. This incident was imprinted in my soul during training, and my instructor literally told me if a plane came down with a shipment I failed to ensure was processed correctly, I would serve jail time. I'm baffled at how the load master loaded that shipment without second guessing it. Regardless, this incident really changed alot to my recollection, and more than likely contributed to the strict attention to detail my job demanded.

Vor Monat
Andy Smythe
Andy Smythe

Misconception maybe, they thought they had big boys toys onboard, not the real deal and an understanding of them and all the added 'real weight' of armour. The crew would literally have to do nothing to have them strapped down further, doing nothing on full pay seems a fairly easy thing to do in short bursts. I remember as a kid my dad would say "it weighs X tons, but only when everything is stationary". All that military stuff looks so much smaller and lighter in photos and video than on an open day too.

Vor Monat
Don C
Don C

I'm really enjoying, well, I don't enjoy the tragic events discussed, but I enjoy your work. These truly are tragic events and I can't begin to imagine what helpless emotions the people on these planes, must have experienced. It is interesting learning about them however. Unfortunately, with all the huge vehicles and enormous weights involved the job was too big for everyone to just stop with what they were doing, to take whatever time was needed to not only make doubly sure everything was tied down perfectly, but I'd think people in the position of load masters would be fully certified and educated in the highest degree possible in their field of work. It's clear the Captain did not like it, It's a sad shame he couldn't, or maybe he could have but didn't, stop everything until he was completely satisfied all that was required to be done to ensure the loads stability. Very sad and tragic event.

Vor Monat
Captain Chaos
Captain Chaos

I've seen the original dashcam vid, the graphics here do a great job of depicting that. What a terrible thing to happen.

Vor Monat
Thar Lynn Oo
Thar Lynn Oo

use all the straps it’s not like you have to buy duh!

Vor Monat
Suleman Munir
Suleman Munir

We always subscribe you mentour. Great stuff 👍👍👍👍

Vor Monat
Chinese Memer
Chinese Memer

Why these need to be flown?

Vor Monat
Mostlyharmless1985
Mostlyharmless1985

Kinda hard to take a ship to Afghanistan.

Vor 12 Tage
Smile Play
Smile Play

7 people dies. Here is link to a skillshare, first 1000 get free trial. Humanity at its best.

Vor Monat
Matt Kelly
Matt Kelly

Your dog has not a care in the world hu? LOL relaxed and happy

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