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On-the-job

General stuff that gets thrown about when Helicopter Pilots shoot the Breeze.
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Re: On-the-job

Postby Eric Hunt » Sat Dec 29 2018, 01:36

What model is that, Fly Hubert?

Part Huey, part 205: curved fin, flip-flop tail rotor, but the interesting bit is the saggy rotor head?
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Re: On-the-job

Postby flyhuey » Sat Dec 29 2018, 02:25

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Re: On-the-job

Postby Twistgrip » Sat Dec 29 2018, 03:23

Mod Edit:

Original photos deleted at the request of a forum member not granting permission to post his photo/s on a Bladeslapper.
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Re: On-the-job

Postby flyhuey » Sat Dec 29 2018, 03:37

Twistgrip wrote:
Original photos deleted at request of user not granting permission to post his photo on public forum.

Uh, actually he did give me permission. I told him that I would use the photos to be published in "The Mercury", "The Derwent Valley Gazette", and "The Highland Digest". He replied, "So, long as they are not for a 'Most Wanted poster'". These are also on-line publications and have a larger audience than BS. Not sure I see the difference.

The funny thing was, the Pilot posed not once, but twice, for my camera. I remarked, "Strike a pose, like you own it." If a person did not want to be in the photo and yet knew they would be in the public domain, why pose to have your photo taken, Hmmm?!

I just wanted to show #1 a "real" Pilot, on-the-job and providing a much needed service to our municipality and #2 to show first class Aviation photography . . . I have been published and paid for my work, internationally, since 1992 and had my own aerial photography business, decades ago.

Try to do some good and get a kick in the nuts as a thanks.

Well, fcuk yas!!!

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Re: On-the-job

Postby Twistgrip » Sat Dec 29 2018, 04:34

Nothing behind it Flyhuey, just honouring a request to have his / their photos removed.
He may have changed his mind since he saw you yesterday, I don’t know?.

Over and out.
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Re: On-the-job

Postby Evil Twin » Sat Dec 29 2018, 05:53

pop; pop; pop; pop;
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Re: On-the-job

Postby pohm1 » Sat Dec 29 2018, 06:10

Do you have a photo of when you flew the astronauts?
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Re: On-the-job

Postby Eric Hunt » Sat Dec 29 2018, 06:41

pohm 1, wtf is wrong with you? Feel the need to put 5h1t on everybody?

He puts up an interesting photo, and dills like you and a couple of others see the name "FlyHuey" and think "Yahoo! Take one hand off my old fella and type with the other."

Tragic.
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Re: On-the-job

Postby Friendly Black Dog » Sat Dec 29 2018, 12:08

Is it possible you have nothing better to do?
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Re: On-the-job

Postby Pitchpull » Sat Dec 29 2018, 22:16

Pohm1 you're the only one who looks foolish here.
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Re: On-the-job

Postby Heliduck » Sun Dec 30 2018, 02:27

Bit of a shame that this degenerated so quickly, they were pretty good photos.
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Re: On-the-job

Postby flyhuey » Tue Jan 15 2019, 08:29

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Look what fell out of the cloud, today! Must be one of the most beautiful helicopters I have seen.

The 2,000 to 3,000 lightning strikes across the State with our high fire danger conditions brought this visitor to our Recreation Grounds.

Manufacturer: Bell Helicopter Company
Model: 412SP
Serial: 33208
Year of Manufacture: 1991
Engines: 2 Pratt & Whitney PT6T-3BE

Formerly Tokyo Metropolitan Police Helicopter

Note: the tiny black spots above the helicopter are flying insects.

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Ⓒ 15 January 2019 Cassidy Photography
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