Why Did This Happen?

  • Am Vor 3 Monate

    Not What You ThinkNot What You Think

    Why would the propeller on a P-3 Orion stop rotating? It may look like an accident, but it's

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Christian william
Christian william

"Slow down if you wanna last long" best advice my father ever gave me.

Vor 2 Monate
Kecse ツツ
Kecse ツツ

True

Vor 23 Minuten
Amonte Wagner
Amonte Wagner

Lmao😭😭how about what my pops told me- “life’s a marathon not a sprint, slow down.”

Vor 10 Stunden
The Meme Banana
The Meme Banana

Hol’ up…

Vor 3 Tage
Kenneth Fung
Kenneth Fung

Guys i think that’s the joke

Vor 3 Tage
D
D

You beat me to it 😂

Vor 4 Tage
Josh
Josh

Totally thought this was going to be about the camera frame rate being in sync with the rotational speed.

Vor 2 Monate
Goodluck Cunningham
Goodluck Cunningham

Next time slow down if you want to last long.

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タメル
タメル

Read the channel's name

Vor 26 Tage
zootopia on dvd
zootopia on dvd

you can see the text is in the exact same spot without moving or being blurred, but maybe you didnt see that the first time

Vor Monat
David Mcintosh
David Mcintosh

Same bro same

Vor 2 Monate
First Name Last Name
First Name Last Name

Me too

Vor 2 Monate
LEGIO X
LEGIO X

I’ve noticed lately, this is not the first time he’s used sexual innuendo in his video and I’m here for it! Haha keep it up

Vor 2 Monate
cc
cc

🤡

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Creedford
Creedford

The amount of 69 jokes he's thrown in is amazing

Vor 28 Tage
CarryPotter
CarryPotter

I think he used this trick (it never gets old) from the start of his channel XD

Vor 28 Tage
The Sun
The Sun

Haha segs joke haha

Vor Monat
Tek Me PikCha
Tek Me PikCha

I didn't even notice a sexual innuendo until you mentioned it 🙄. Goes to show what occupies a person's mind 😏😂

Vor 2 Monate
Randal Bloomquist
Randal Bloomquist

The shutting down of engines for loiter operations was all determined by several factors, gross weight, outside air temperature, operating altitude, icing conditions and mission requirements. If a nuclear attack was imminent, we would have done whatever is necessary to prevent a enemy sub from launching their missile's. Even if it was a one-way trip for the airplane and crew.

Vor 2 Monate
That Guy Alex :)
That Guy Alex :)

Me personally, this plane should have two propellor engines, and a third jet mounted in the tail. :) That would conserve a lot of fuel.

Vor Monat
Marcel Hulsman
Marcel Hulsman

@Jahya MackSorry I guess you have to be an Intell pilot to understand.

Vor Monat
ratoncito
ratoncito

@Marcel Hulsman We as in our country. Not we as in our crew.

Vor 2 Monate
Some Person
Some Person

You should delete. I don't talk about engineer unit operations in war time. An enemy knowing what our move will be, they can incorporate it in their war games.

Vor 2 Monate
Game Seeker
Game Seeker

@Marcel Hulsman brain.exe has stopped responding

Vor 2 Monate
Nick Ajumuka
Nick Ajumuka

"Slow down if you wanna last long" Greatest advice ever

Vor 2 Monate
Roccoz
Roccoz

Being chased by a bear

Vor 4 Tage
Tech Vlogs
Tech Vlogs

That's what she said

Vor 10 Tage
Kent Guiller
Kent Guiller

@Bryth Kaltaris **Accidentally makes her gregnant**

Vor 14 Tage
Bryth Kaltaris
Bryth Kaltaris

THATS WHAT SHE SAID

Vor 19 Tage
Agung Dwi Wijaya
Agung Dwi Wijaya

"Slow down if you wanna last long". That sounds like an advice people can use daily. 👀

Vor 3 Monate
Ok 
Ok 

thats the advice i needed

Vor 2 Monate
Minecraft cobblestone
Minecraft cobblestone

In my little cousin 😏

Vor 2 Monate
Ryan Brown
Ryan Brown

It doesn't work, another myth, just like the "one after the f spot"

Vor 2 Monate
Just 🅰️ flo🅰️ting chair
Just 🅰️ flo🅰️ting chair

@Eduardo Cardozo stpp

Vor 2 Monate
Tanvir Hussain
Tanvir Hussain

@Elysium sus

Vor 2 Monate
Emily An
Emily An

This Channel never fails to educate people and make them laugh. You guys always make my day, thank you!

Vor 2 Monate
UnivalentPlace
UnivalentPlace

Haven't seen the inside of a P-3 in 7 years. Recognized all the interior shots. But yes, they usually shut down No. 1 since it doesn't have a generator while they're on station. No. 2 and 3 have generators and sources for bleed air and No. 4 has a generator attached to it as well.

Vor 2 Monate
DoubleEM Castillano
DoubleEM Castillano

I was looking at the approach plate lol. Training myself to fly cause simming is a passion of mine.

Vor 2 Monate
Maxwell Rux
Maxwell Rux

My grandpa flew P-3’s during the Cold War. Whenever anyone would thank him for his service he’d always reply with “my pleasure, I had a hell of a good time in the navy!”

Vor 2 Monate
Poot Thatbak
Poot Thatbak

Best naval service ever..always good chow cause we stayed on naval air stations on the ground. Bars were accessible, most towns were ours to play in. As long as you didnt get stationed in Iceland or diego garcia, all was fine

Vor 2 Monate
bodoti qwiu
bodoti qwiu

The propeller at the beginning of the vid stays parralel to the direction of flight because it minimises the friction with the air,making the plane glide longer

Vor 2 Monate
Kyuho Tae
Kyuho Tae

They “feathered” the propeller after shutting the engine down, you will notice. It is one thing to slow down; quite another thing to make sure you don’t create drag.

Vor 2 Monate
SFMF
SFMF

*PRO TIP:* If you turn off *ALL* the engines, you’ll be the first one to the scene of the crash!

Vor 3 Monate
karmistead66
karmistead66

I take a right hand turn out of the mall ... the left rear wheel falls off. It FALLS OFF. It FALLS the F--- OFF.

Vor 2 Monate
American Boot • 69 years ago
American Boot • 69 years ago

@baginatora stolen

Vor 2 Monate
Kunajo Inika
Kunajo Inika

it's also a great way to conserve fuel, it can last the rest of your life

Vor 2 Monate
xXzatchbellXx RWBY ROSE
xXzatchbellXx RWBY ROSE

@Kackpuh ILL GO FURTHER THAN THIS. WVWN HELICOPTERS CAN MAINTAIN STABILITY WITHOUT ENGINES ON. because draft and wind forces keep the blades spinning funny enough

Vor 2 Monate
MrPineapple
MrPineapple

@Damn Feds what

Vor 2 Monate
Tier One
Tier One

Somewhere, sometime it’s bound to be said without a thought: what if they just shut down all four engines? I mean, won’t they really conserve a lot of fuel then???

Vor 2 Monate
Natibe_
Natibe_

@Oakleys Woodworking I mean, they land with them. Not fly. My Cessna’s prop often isn’t even spinning if I land in a headwind. But glide distance IS a thing, it’s one of the specs you specify when coming up with a new plane design. Often the FAA won’t cert your experimental if it can’t glide without power for x distance from y height, it’s why there are no private VTOL planes. They drop outta the sky like rocks, even helicopters autorotate when the engine goes off so you can still crash land em with some degree of safety. Are they meant to glide indefinitely off thermals like a glider? No. Are they meant to be able to controlled land 5 miles away on a runway with no engine power from 3k ft? Yeah. They are.

Vor Monat
Oakleys Woodworking
Oakleys Woodworking

@Natibe_ that’s wrong, I don’t know of a single airplane that is designed to land with shut off engines

Vor 2 Monate
Natibe_
Natibe_

You actually can fly reasonable distances without engines even in non-gliding airplanes, granted for a shorter time than gliders. Small planes often entirely shut off their engines when landing because there just isn’t enough drag to slow down the plane enough without it. Since this particular plane is designed for low power flights I wouldn’t be surprised if they could get a very long glide time out of it.

Vor 2 Monate
Kasper14
Kasper14

This Channel never fails to educate people and make them laugh. You guys always make my day, thank you!

Vor 2 Monate
Chuck N.
Chuck N.

The P-3 is awesome! Very underrated aircraft. They used to fly daily around my area. I could tell the difference between them and C-130 (another four engine prop. plane) just by hearing them. I've actually seen a P-3 fly with two engines shut down on one wing. I don't think that was intentional though. Not flashy but I'll tell ya, if I ever find myself with enough money to buy my own plane, I want a P-3. Very stout, strong, reliable aircraft. Actually miss them in the sky.

Vor 2 Monate
kade6
kade6

Same here.. Growing up I seen P3's, C130's, A37s then A10s, A4s. Would climb up the garage rooftop on the weekends with the binoculars to get better views. Miss those days! Also would get the occasional transients or planes from Dover, Maguire that would practice shooting PARs which was awesome. C5s, C141s, KC135s, KC10s and many others, fighters, trainers...

Vor Monat
Isaac Stevenson
Isaac Stevenson

Yeah that’s us Kiwis… 21 hours, also the pilots were watching a movie and writing an award winning novel at the same time. Also they fly upside down because we’re on the bottom of the planet. Basically we’re the best 😎

Vor 2 Monate
Rohan Botha
Rohan Botha

Now we're using our planes for tonga

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Rico Belcourt
Rico Belcourt

and they had a rona in one hand, joint in the other

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TeToruFarms
TeToruFarms

Same with a plugged barrel roll, only country to do it

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Imagine Covid19
Imagine Covid19

So true

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GeorgiePig
GeorgiePig

So true

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Adhitya Trustha
Adhitya Trustha

A propeller is actually just big fan to keep the pilot cool. When it stops you can watch the pilot start sweating...

Vor 3 Monate
American Boot • 69 years ago
American Boot • 69 years ago

@T a t s u h i s h a©🌹 fucking disgusting

Vor 2 Monate
Άννα Άσπρου
Άννα Άσπρου

Bruh

Vor 2 Monate
Flying cake
Flying cake

😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

Vor 2 Monate
The Sailor
The Sailor

That’s good bro

Vor 2 Monate
Aayush Deshpande
Aayush Deshpande

Lmao

Vor 2 Monate
K Mo
K Mo

This aircraft is a true workhorse! I worked with them in VP-30 (Anti-Submarine Warfare Squadron) and another version called the EP-3E (reconnaissance aircraft) when I was stationed in with VQ-2. Took some great free trips around the world on those P-3's as well.

Vor 2 Monate
Poot Thatbak
Poot Thatbak

Booze runs, lobster runs, minexs torpexs..swizzle inn woohoo!!

Vor 2 Monate
Clayton Brannon
Clayton Brannon

When I was in the airforce I spent a lot of time in C-130s and on long mission we often shut off two of the four engines. As the man says it saves fuel.

Vor 25 Tage
Ray Hooper
Ray Hooper

I knew it was a T56 turboprop as soon as I saw the prop, I was a jet engine mechanic in the navy and worked on E2-C Hawkeyes with the exact same engine! Those engines burn approximately 500 lbs of fuel per hour.

Vor 28 Tage
Chris Tian
Chris Tian

"Slow down if you want to last longer" Polnareff: yeah

Vor 2 Monate
Drabats Abatayo
Drabats Abatayo

@Elijah T yes, Remember he became a turtle

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Elijah T
Elijah T

Jojo polnareff?

Vor 14 Tage
Bryth Kaltaris
Bryth Kaltaris

THATS WHAT SHE SAID

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Im Evaporating
Im Evaporating

😔

Vor Monat
bodoti qwiu
bodoti qwiu

Kiwi's always the best at being tight arses with everything 😂

Vor 2 Monate
John Smith
John Smith

Bruh, this channel and it's puns ARE THE BEST

Vor 3 Monate
Only Dabs
Only Dabs

https://youtu.be/1cXojEP9iqQ

Vor 2 Monate
MR BUBZ⚆ᴥ⚆
MR BUBZ⚆ᴥ⚆

Nice pfp

Vor 2 Monate
Artistic Munga
Artistic Munga

https://youtu.be/GHIMASbscXA

Vor 2 Monate
Larry Jackson
Larry Jackson

@Live on the farm how else they Man

Vor 2 Monate
Larry Jackson
Larry Jackson

@Damn Fedswhot you say whit cind WiFi that any way

Vor 2 Monate
Dave Godfrey
Dave Godfrey

One of the nicest aircraft I've ever worked on and fun to fly in

Vor 2 Monate
Ian Pearson
Ian Pearson

Even though it is being replaced it is still a beautiful aircraft.

Vor 2 Monate
Chris A
Chris A

*I flew as a non-acoustic sensor operator on P-3A, P-3B, P-3C Update 1.5/2/2.5/3* *The longest airborne flight I have personally logged is 16.8 hours when we were extended on-station 4 hours as our initial relief sortie aborted due to mechanical failure.* *Flying with engines 1&4 feathered to conserve fuel was not uncommon.*

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Annihilator Destroyer
Annihilator Destroyer

Propeller Feathering? I'm always amazed of it's mechanism for safety and minimizing/ preventing the damage to the engines^^ Available to controlled/ adjustable pitch props^^

Vor 2 Monate
TheresHopeForChange
TheresHopeForChange

Your ongoing innuendos are noticed and appreciated. I think they’re funny. ——- I’m a former US Navy P-3 ground pounder. Lots of times I’d help send a plane off towards the end of my shift and come back 12 hours later and see the same plane arrive back (with a list of pilot write ups!). Great plane but could be a maintenance hog at times. Got to fly across the Pacific three times as a passenger on P-3’s. Also several other shorter flights. Shutting down an engine was standard operating procedure. The good pilots could shut an engine down and no one would notice. Flying on a turboprop across the Pacific isn’t something I want to experience again. It took forever! Also flew from Moffett Field to Hawaii on one for a “good deal” trip. A jet takes four and a half to five hours. A P-3, eight hours!

Vor 3 Monate
Greg MEADORS
Greg MEADORS

I used to live in Sunnyvale, CA in the late 70’s. My apartment was about a mile from the end of the Moffit Field and I enjoyed watching the P-3’s on their approach to landing. There was also the occasional flight of fighter planes that would come in as well. Never tired of watching them. (I was also in the process of getting my private pilot certificate at the time so I was always watching anything that flew!)😀

Vor 2 Monate
CP FPV
CP FPV

@TheresHopeForChange Thank you for your service! I was a former P-3 Flight Engineer. We would shut down the #1 to save gas because it was the only engine without an electrical generator. The P-3 actually could be configured to have enough fuel range to fly non-stop across the pacific but only if you flew it below the amount of fuel required to return safely home. IF you attempted to take that bird across the pond non-stop, you could end up with a mechanical failure mid way that resulted in not having enough fuel make it home or to your destination. It's not that it couldn't be done, but that it wasn't worth the risk of ditching at sea.

Vor 2 Monate
Eddie b
Eddie b

@TheresHopeForChange my brother flew on P3's. Told me how they were up and were to be relieved. The relief on pre inspection was grounded. The next one took off and had a in-flight emergency,turned around and landed. They stayed up in pattern until relieved. Engines quit on final approach and landed

Vor 2 Monate
TheresHopeForChange
TheresHopeForChange

I should add that a P-3 can’t fly across the Pacific non-stop. We had to make several stops.

Vor 3 Monate
EnderSlayer5678
EnderSlayer5678

I love this video. The main reason is that my father used to fly these planes for the U.S. Navy.

Vor 2 Tage
ayy lmao
ayy lmao

Aerospace engineering is fascinating, such power in it thst it only requires 2 out of 4 engines to maintain altitude. If only we could make rockets this efficient

Vor 2 Monate
B Callahan
B Callahan

They were a real workhorse for the Navy. Can't even imagine the amount of total hrs they've flown. Lived about 20 miles from a base that had them. Always in the air 24/7, 365 during that era. It was sad when they closed the base. Thought it foolish myself.

Vor 2 Monate
Shawn Newsome
Shawn Newsome

I worked on that aircraft platform for five years what an amazing plane that it is

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Art by AmyK
Art by AmyK

I worked on the P3 when I was in the Navy from 1992-1996. I was an Aviation Structural Mechanic (Safety Equipment). Memories.

Vor 2 Monate
Shelli Fickes
Shelli Fickes

I was a volunteer Crew Member of the P2V-7, the grandfather of the P3 Orion. One of our Crew Members owned a P1. Our aircraft had a 101' wingspan & was 98' long. Anyone on a Submarine knows they could be untraceable if they remained quiet & submerged. It's not until you're detected, you'll crap your pants!

Vor 2 Monate
Chris Leone
Chris Leone

My dad flew on these planes in the Navy! They're very interesting machines

Vor 2 Monate
mjproebstle
mjproebstle

flew P-3’s back in the 80’s. It’s called engine loiter. One engine loitered is routine, 2 engines and there are altitude and angle of bank limitations, 1000’ and 10 degrees angle of bank. Cheers!

Vor 2 Monate
Poot Thatbak
Poot Thatbak

Pilot this is radio..condition 4 set sir

Vor 2 Monate
Motero Argentino
Motero Argentino

Interestingly, I heard some cars do the same thing: when in "eco" mode, they fire only two of their four cylinders.

Vor 3 Monate
Landon Bradshaw
Landon Bradshaw

Yeah, GMs early version of this tech on their v8s was terrible... had severe vibration issues and would foul the plugs on the cylinders that were killed by the AFM

Vor 2 Monate
Jim Rockfish
Jim Rockfish

@Ferrum Ignis I recall the tech at a shop I worked at as a kid pulling his hair out over a Cadillac 4-6-8 engine. Circa 1981

Vor 2 Monate
Andrés Valdés
Andrés Valdés

@Joshua Adler Cadillac was the first to try it in 1980-81. Went wrong the system was too harsh and unresponsive for their users so most got deactivated

Vor 2 Monate
Cavemanner
Cavemanner

@Motero Argentino my buddy's V6 late model Durango had to have both sets of lifters replaced and the ECU tuned because the ECO mode is a hard setting you have to turn off EVERY TIME YOU TURN ON THE STUPID CAR. So, naturally, he forgot to turn it off every now and then and gunned it on the highway in ECO, which was just trashing the lifters on the side that was in use. So it's definitely making it's way around several different engines these days.

Vor 2 Monate
Ghosty
Ghosty

@B Richardson ah fuck I’m dead lmao

Vor 2 Monate
Mark Reynolds
Mark Reynolds

We always shut down #1 engine once we got on station in case the next flight had a problem and was late. #1 because it didn't have a generator. We would often shut down #1 & #4 on search and rescue (SAR) missions to give us extra time on station. My crew also always maxed out the fuel ("bag it out") and carried an extra 12-24 sonobuoys. You never wanted to be the guys who lost contact on a sub because you ran out of gas or buoys. Of course if you needed to get home for something we would load the Navy recommended fuel and keep all 4 burning. "Sorry, I'm bingo fuel. I'm RTB" (Return To Base).

Vor 2 Monate
Poot Thatbak
Poot Thatbak

Im remembering the little access door behind station 5 observer that tapped into the fresh air, so a crewman with nausea could recover from the famous auto pilot porpoising action on a hot dark night in the orangey tube

Vor 2 Monate
Carl
Carl

That's my baby worked on for many years. Great airplane. The P8 will never last as long in service as the P3

Vor 2 Monate
Wiryan Tirta
Wiryan Tirta

Yes shutting down engines is a P-3 thing. I remember the on board correspondents’ footage of the P-3s looking for the MH370 crash often show the engines off. They had to explain this to the audience too.

Vor 2 Monate
Cavemanner
Cavemanner

This is the same reason SOCOM is running trials for a new turboprop overwatch aircraft instead of relying on jet tech. You can make decisions on the fuel flow rate and engine operations for a prop that you simply can't with a jet, which needs a constant, precise amount of fuel. These new overwatch aircraft (which I think will be the Wily, I've seen so many Wily flights out of Eglin the last couple months) will need the ability to deploy troops, munitions, and provide ISR support as well as general overwatch, which means they need to be able to linger far longer than their initial flight plan called for.

Vor 2 Monate
jan܁fm
jan܁fm

The delivery and voice acting on the jokes has gotten REALLY good.

Vor 3 Monate
Classic care
Classic care

https://youtu.be/GHIMASbscXA

Vor 2 Monate
Frank Jackson
Frank Jackson

Wouldn’t just slowing down conserve more fuel? How does shutting off an engine conserve fuel? Don’t the running engines need to take up the slack and run harder burning more fuel then all the engines running with low rpm?

Vor Monat
noslover11
noslover11

Using 3 out of 4 engines will use more fuel due to aerodynamic drag of compensating for asymmetrical thrust using trim. Using 2 engines might work but even fathering the off engines produces drag that might offset most of the fuel saving. Also depends on performance of each engine in that plane , i call this video possible but not very likely, more research required 🥱

Vor 2 Monate
Rvve Duio
Rvve Duio

I used to fly on this plane as an IFT. Best years of my life. Go Navy!

Vor 2 Monate
Cody Dockerty
Cody Dockerty

We're actually retiring the Orion's here in New Zealand, replacing them with P-8s

Vor 2 Monate
Angel R. Ricado
Angel R. Ricado

The amount of sacrifices we ask of our service men and women. Respect.

Vor 2 Monate
Angel R. Ricado
Angel R. Ricado

You’re right.

Vor 2 Monate
MAUT KA SAUDAGAR
MAUT KA SAUDAGAR

we don't ask for shit, and they made a choice to join the defence services, also they are being paid

Vor 2 Monate
Sasha Boots
Sasha Boots

Flew for 10 years on P-3’s. This isn’t a solution, it’s part of the flight plan. It’s part of the design. That’s why it’s one of the baddest ass planes ever built.

Vor 2 Monate
Poot Thatbak
Poot Thatbak

VP64 here..FCO..bravo zulu to you

Vor 2 Monate
Muhammad Iqbal
Muhammad Iqbal

Once I flew for two hours on piston engines BN Islander for about 300 km. It felt soooo long. So 13 hours over north pole would be not just loooooong but sooooo freezing.

Vor 2 Monate
Phill Coupe
Phill Coupe

Just been doing specific air range and endurance in my degree. If they had known from get go they'd have lasted a lot longer

Vor Monat
Ekij
Ekij

Turn progressively more engines off to increase flight time, except the last one, turning the last one off greatly reduces flight time. (technically to zero as you're gliding from that point).

Vor 3 Monate
22phan
22phan

P3 only needs one engine with 1/4 fuel. 4 engines with full tank

Vor 2 Monate
tim fagan
tim fagan

@Ekij right!

Vor 2 Monate
Ekij
Ekij

@tim fagan My point was it could be debated as to whether 'gliding time' counted as 'flight time' or not, since it's no longer 'powered flight'. I don't want to open a debate about it as, in either case, gliding time is significantly less than powered flight time no matter how many engines.

Vor 2 Monate
tim fagan
tim fagan

I'm guessing your comment was aimed at the American market, cos the rest of the world could work out if you shut down all engines, your gliding! So the brackets must have been for the yanks, that, or your just captain obvious!

Vor 2 Monate
GoldShoe Minstrel
GoldShoe Minstrel

It’s zero because they’re underwater lol

Vor 3 Monate
Brendan R
Brendan R

"but it's not what you think." It's damn well what I think. Multi English planes can run on even two or one engine without problem. Every time I see one of these videos I think of a child who has never been out into the world.

Vor 2 Monate
Matthew Shatto
Matthew Shatto

Oh shit my father flew p3s in the cold war! So cool to learn this; I'll have to talk to him about it! His crew flew 12 hour missions

Vor 2 Monate
Chad Albee
Chad Albee

Common on p3's to shut down one engine in flight "loiter" to conserve fuel. They restart it just before final approach. They also do it if the have engine or gearbox failure or a chips light.

Vor 2 Monate
Poot Thatbak
Poot Thatbak

I was p3 aircrew reservist 87 to 97 in alphas..1957 vintage.. " chipslite" was common then shortened a few training ops for us. we were nervous in the service out over the atlantic once 1000 miles out.

Vor 2 Monate
Slim PKL
Slim PKL

To include low oil pressure, excessive vibration, and the lovely ingestion of objects (especially the winged devils.)

Vor 2 Monate
Drew D'Alesandro
Drew D'Alesandro

I was a Navy P-3 engine mechanic (AD2) on the P-3 varient the EP-3E. You will have to look that up for yourself. I was forward deployed and we were never supposed to be where ever we went. The Sandemans.

Vor 2 Monate
Mrhappypotato
Mrhappypotato

“But it’s not what you think” always makes me wonder what crazy crap is going to happen

Vor 3 Monate
ECN
ECN

When he in another video showed the red nitrogen oxide fumes from a russian bomber plane and said "it's not what you think", I facepalmed hard. What else was it supposed to look like?

Vor 2 Monate
Thawhid
Thawhid

@Not What You Think ha

Vor 2 Monate
Artistic Munga
Artistic Munga

https://youtu.be/GHIMASbscXA

Vor 2 Monate
samuel Biye
samuel Biye

https://youtu.be/GHIMASbscXA

Vor 2 Monate
Mrhappypotato
Mrhappypotato

@Not What You Think that’s the first time I was first

Vor 3 Monate
Kvplr III
Kvplr III

Thanks for the advice, I wouldn't have shut off my jet engines if it wasn't about this video.

Vor 2 Monate
talmudictackler
talmudictackler

As a war thunder player I love when props go out, it's a new challenge.

Vor 2 Monate
Kakn Studios
Kakn Studios

My grandpa flew in one of these when he was in the navy during Vietnam. He has tons of cool stories about his time and how one time they hit some gas bubble thing and lost a bunch of altitude. Very cool stories

Vor 2 Monate
Kakn Studios
Kakn Studios

@Rvve Duio I don’t remember the story that much since he told it a couple years ago.

Vor 2 Monate
Rvve Duio
Rvve Duio

Because it’s a P3 Orion with an engine loiter shutdown?

Vor 2 Monate
Bryan VanWagner
Bryan VanWagner

They almost always shut down 2 engines while at cruising altitude. All four are for used for takeoff, climb, and landing (in case a go-around is needed)

Vor 2 Monate
B Brut
B Brut

Shott flight times. The EC 121Ds , a USAF military radar version of the Lockheed Constellation, were know for missions lasting 22hrs plus. This was a gasoline fueled 4 engined aircraft. Most missions lasted between 14 to 18 hrs. Note this was with all 4 engines turning. Way to go navy.

Vor 2 Monate
mikoy huio
mikoy huio

"Slow down if you wanna last long" best advice my father ever gave me.

Vor 2 Monate
cas
cas

Or uncle

Vor 2 Monate
Genuine 12
Genuine 12

"We lost engine one" "And engine two is no longer one fire"🐧

Vor 2 Monate
Lima Juliett
Lima Juliett

I call bull! I fly a 4 engine aircraft professionally and cutting one engine increases the fuel flow. Cutting a second engine is borderline criminal...

Vor Monat
Andy M
Andy M

One of the very few planes we have in our small air force in New Zealand.

Vor 2 Monate
Sonny Abraham
Sonny Abraham

my uncle was in the airline that was in the 80s when he was flying with the turboprop, be said that the pilot needs to hold the rudder to fly straight while flying like this.

Vor 23 Tage
clark
clark

99.9% of the guys that heard "slow down if you want to last longer" the same thing popped into each and every one of our heads 😅🤣🤣

Vor 2 Tage
Poot Thatbak
Poot Thatbak

I used to sit there. The convex acrylic bubble glass is for maritime observation. P3 alphas and bravos had a radio operator station there. Its right behind the commanding pilots seat, separated by a bulkhead and electronic gear. The radio operator sat next to the " head" the crew always had to urinate, most flights on a "station" were about 10 to 12 hours. It was a 15 gallon metal pot, pooping was verboten. The radio operators " other job" was to remove the urinal after landing, walk outside the aircraft, and dump the pee behind the aircraft, in the grass between runways..i was good at that. P3s smelled bad. A combination of lobster, sweat and vomit

Vor 2 Monate
MeEstYou YouEstMe
MeEstYou YouEstMe

The cogs in my mind have not slowed down they’re just a bit faster than your frame rate.

Vor 2 Monate
Mr.FancyGoat
Mr.FancyGoat

My dad was on p3s in the cold War. This was common. Sometimes they'd have a hotshot new pilot shut off 3 engines.

Vor 2 Monate
Anonymaus Fighter
Anonymaus Fighter

The propeller at the beginning of the vid stays parralel to the direction of flight because it minimises the friction with the air,making the plane glide longer

Vor 2 Monate
Lester Buckman
Lester Buckman

Yea it’s called feathering the prop

Vor Monat
Anonymaus Fighter
Anonymaus Fighter

@Dane P Carver yes,but anyway;)

Vor Monat
Dane P Carver
Dane P Carver

The plane isn't gliding; it flying on 3 powered engines to increase fuel efficiency and time on station.

Vor 2 Monate
Michael Hanson
Michael Hanson

This stuff never really makes sense to me for some reason in my brain.. if you shut off an engine, the others would have to work harder which would burn more fuel and thus wouldn't you still burn the same amount because of conservation of energy? You still have to create the same amount of force using fewer engines which would require more power which would equal the amount of fuel originally needed. . can someone that knows better please explain how this works?

Vor 17 Tage
JeffTiz Fishing
JeffTiz Fishing

I work on the P-3 orion. It can fly on one" engine 1972-76

Vor 25 Tage
shallah777
shallah777

"Slow down if you want to last long" Good advice

Vor 2 Monate
Ankit Arya
Ankit Arya

That submarine shot was absolutely amazing

Vor 2 Monate
corsair6
corsair6

Two engine shut-down during long Pacific patrols is standard stuff when the P-3 was operational. They’ve been replaced by the P-8 for the anti-submarine role.

Vor 2 Monate
WizardAngst
WizardAngst

Mad Kiwis doing it over water too.

Vor 3 Monate
The Lost
The Lost

@FPS Dovah best antique crews in the world mate

Vor 2 Monate
Salted Earth
Salted Earth

@FPS Dovah we have multiple P3’s and as mentioned in the video, they are primarily designed to be submarine hunters. Along side their regular anti-submarine duties they are used for search and rescue as well as patrolling our economic exclusive zone. Our sea sprite helicopters also have limited anti-submarine capabilities.

Vor 2 Monate
Patrick Marriott
Patrick Marriott

@Authentical We also have the most accurate warship.

Vor 2 Monate
WizardAngst
WizardAngst

@Aaron Barcus Not many islands or places to land anywhere near NZ either. As opposed to the WWII island chains and landmasses of the northern pacific.

Vor 2 Monate
Aaron Barcus
Aaron Barcus

Not many submarines on land

Vor 2 Monate
Poot Thatbak
Poot Thatbak

The guys in this video look pretty casual, flight suits only, raybans on..but it wasnt like that many times. The crew wore flight vests with integral inflatable life jackets stuffed with myriad survival tools parachutes and helmets. The requirement for donning parachutes was 2 minutes. I do not believe any p3 commander ever ordered a bailout on a mission though. But the biggest training events were in case of ditching at sea. The p3 had life rafts. There was an axe mounted to the wall in case crew had to cut out the fuselage and escape. There was a pilot hatch and a crew hatch behind the port wing. The p3 crew would also need to be ready to don the survival suit or poopy suit. Oversized rubber suits to protect against being in 39 49, 59, 69, or 79 degree fahrenheit water. Even the warmer water could cut your chances of making it long enuf.

Vor 2 Monate
Telle Adams
Telle Adams

The 21hr record surely had to turn off its 4th engine though, to be that efficient 🤔

Vor 2 Monate
vukashin88
vukashin88

One thing i learned from these videos is that it's never what I think

Vor 2 Monate
gene bruce
gene bruce

A P-3 can do over 400 kts at altitude and at full throttle. Pretty fast. But it will use the fuel quickly and is really hard on the engines and airframe. They are not allowed to do this - when they are being supervised by military controllers. ;-)

Vor 2 Monate
jimmd68
jimmd68

I can confirm that it is/was standard procedure to shut down and feather #1 and #4 to conserve fuel for maximum loiter time. I never went 21 hours though!

Vor 2 Monate
Jared Jones
Jared Jones

Good to see our home New Zealand being finally recognised for something

Vor 2 Monate
Izaak Savigny
Izaak Savigny

We're also know for having some of the best military trackers and our average soldier is basically the same as the US Marines

Vor 2 Monate
assassin1687
assassin1687

P-3 maintainer here. During the Fukushima disaster our aircraft were averaging 14 hours flight time. I miss the Hotel Navy, telling people I did 8 years and never set foot on a ship always baffles people at first.

Vor Monat
Jolynor
Jolynor

You can also trick somebody if you film a video of the engine at 30 frames per second and the speed of the engine is relevant it will look like the entire plane in unresponsive.

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ANONY MOUS
ANONY MOUS

I have learnt a VALUABLE LESSON from the moral of this video! Thanks

Vor 2 Monate
t palmer
t palmer

My father flew P-3’s for 12 years. I think the lines, proportions, and angles make it a beautiful airplane. Engines sound very unique also. Probably my favorite plane. 👍🏼👍🏼

Vor 2 Monate
Claudia MST
Claudia MST

“But it’s not what you think” always makes me wonder what crazy crap is going to happen

Vor 2 Monate
Jasher Van Lumidao
Jasher Van Lumidao

Great advice. Never thought of it till now

Vor 2 Monate
TenSeven
TenSeven

Just out of curiosity wouldn't it be better to shut off one of the inner engines instead of the outer so that the yawing force would be lessened? I am not an expert, just asking an honest question

Vor Tag
ACOGLMT556
ACOGLMT556

Yes, I always see the propeller stopped when flying around in cold war spy planes....

Vor 2 Monate
Gonzo Lonzo
Gonzo Lonzo

I was taught this lesson through studying bobby seale. Him and his smuggler planes were able to withstand larger aircrafts because they went on minimal power, essentially waiting out the larger aircrafts fuel consumption so that the smugglers could complete their routes uninterrupted.

Vor 2 Monate
Fred McLaughlin
Fred McLaughlin

Barry Seal RIP '84, Bobby was long gone by then but not forgotten

Vor Monat
Yorgun Liberal
Yorgun Liberal

Am I the only one taught the thing was spinning so fast it actually looked like it stopped?

Vor 2 Monate
XB10001
XB10001

The 21.5 h record was with all engines shut down. They could have stayed indefinitely, but the pilots had to pee.

Vor 2 Monate
Blank Stares
Blank Stares

From my own personal experience, when I slow down, I usually bust quicker.... Oh, that's not what we were talking about? 😅

Vor 2 Monate
mikeyjames1000
mikeyjames1000

21hrs! Here in NZ we'll have a Massey Ferguson running off an oily rag for days ! 🤣🤣🤣

Vor 2 Monate
Breatheable
Breatheable

Engine Driven Compressors are functional only on the 2 and 3 engine. The EDC is used for pressurization and air conditioning, although you can fly on one EDC. You will have to fly lower. You can fly on two engines in the Orion easily. You can also fly on one engine in a 737. Worked on both of them for over 12 years.

Vor 3 Monate
Breatheable
Breatheable

@Collins contracting jobs with the Navy are sweet gigs. Make sure you get as high of a security clearance as possible.

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Collins
Collins

@Breatheable ah nice, I'm in school right now for A&P

Vor 2 Monate
Breatheable
Breatheable

@Collins I was an AME in the Navy for 13 years. I worked on A-4’s for about six months, P-3’s for nine years and P-8 Poseidon’s for three years (737). I messed my back up pretty good. I couldn’t squirm around in aircraft anymore. I’m qualified for the airframes side though.

Vor 2 Monate
Collins
Collins

@Breatheable A&P ?

Vor 2 Monate
Breatheable
Breatheable

@Collins Correct. I’m not an Flight Engineer only a mechanic, but using only two engines would require feathering of the propellers though, I’m almost certain. I’ve flown in them countless times and turned them on the ground more time than I care to remember.

Vor 2 Monate
Shannon Wilson
Shannon Wilson

They also shut down the engine to improve visibility when performing such and rescue operations.

Vor 2 Monate
Neville Chamberlain
Neville Chamberlain

"slow down if you wanna last long" I know you're a man of culture

Vor 10 Stunden
Axel Martinez
Axel Martinez

"Slow down if you won't to last long" I could at least last 20 minutes with that concept thanks for the tip 😉👍

Vor 2 Monate
Lewt Scott
Lewt Scott

Kiwi's are known for their staying power - that's why, just like the Trojans, they were chosen to defend the Pass of Thermopylae ;-)

Vor 2 Monate
Jordan Eggerman
Jordan Eggerman

So good, you got ripped off by the bot. _Excellent_ use of wordplay, my dude.

Vor 2 Monate
Panzer Thornley
Panzer Thornley

Also cause we're stubborn

Vor 2 Monate
Bowhunters
Bowhunters

On C-130's the pilots would do the same thing (shut off both outboard engines #1 and #4 to reduce fuel consumption but only when they needed to extend range or time in the air. A C-130 can stay airborne on as few as 1 engine (if it isn't carrying any heavy cargo) and they can shut off 2 engines to greatly reduce fuel consumption and not lose a lot of airspeed while doing it as feathering 2 of the props greatly reduces drag. By flight regulations (the -1 Pilots Checklist) they could only do that after reaching cruise altitude and it was mandatory to have all 4 engines running and creating thrust for takeoffs.

Vor 3 Monate
Kro tch LickmEugh
Kro tch LickmEugh

@Mizzle420420 no. The dangers of that plus the inefficiencies of starting and stopping the engines would be idiotic.

Vor 2 Monate
Mizzle420420
Mizzle420420

I know c130s can maintain some very slow airspeeds under low load weight conditions.

Vor 2 Monate
Mizzle420420
Mizzle420420

I would think they could even shut them all off and glide for a while and then turn them back for awhile and repeat to even further extend, but idk if regulation would allow for this in practice, probably a liability.

Vor 2 Monate

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