O Impressionante Lockheed Martin F 35 _ Decolagens e Aterrissagens _ Amazing Compilação

O Impressionante Lockheed Martin F 35 _ Decolagens e Aterrissagens _ Amazing Compilação
O Impressionante Lockheed Martin F-35 Stealth Fighter Jets _ Amazing Compilação

Tipo / Missão Caça multipropósito furtivo, com motor turbofan de pós-combustão, monomotor monoplano
País de origem Estados Unidos
Fabricante Lockheed Martin
Northrop Grumman
BAE Systems
Período de produção 2006-presente
Quantidade produzida Até novembro de 2014, 115 unidade(s)
Custo unitário F-35A: US$98 milhões (baixa porcentagem de produção inicial 'BPPI' e sem o motor, produção completa em 2018 pode ser no valor de US$85 milhões
F-35B: US$104 milhões (BPPI e sem motor)
F-35C: US$116 milhões (BPPI e sem motor)
Desenvolvido de Lockheed Martin X-35
Primeiro voo em 10 de dezembro de 2006 (11 anos)
Introduzido em F-35B: 31 de julho de 2015 (USMC)
F-35A: 3º trimestre de 2016 (USAF)
F-35C: 2018 (USN)
Tripulação 1
Motor(es) 1 x motor turbofan de pós-combustão Pratt & Whitney F135 ou General Electric Rolls-Royce Fighter Engine Team (FET) F136[3]
Dados: Ver seção "Especificações"

O Lockheed Martin F-35 "Lightning II" ou F-35 Joint Strike Fighter é um programa que visa a produção de três aeronaves stealth caça multi-função supersônicas, que fora desenvolvido para satisfazer as necessidades de uma transformação na nova geração de armamento dos governos dos Estados Unidos, do Reino Unido, da Holanda, Austrália, Canadá, Itália, Dinamarca, Noruega, Turquia e de outros compradores, como Israel.
O F-35 foi concebido como projeto de três caças de 5ª geração, CTOL F-35A JSF, STOVL F-35B JSF, CV F-35C JSF, de relativo baixo custo, para a Marinha, Força aérea e Marines dos Estados Unidos, pois englobar três aeronaves em um mesmo projeto atenuou os elevados custos de desenvolvimento comparado aos três separados. No entanto, devido a sucessivos problemas de desenvolvimento, o objetivo de baixo custo não foi atingido.
As principais armas são transportadas em compartimentos internos, para um elevado grau de discrição. Mas armas adicionais podem ser transportadas externamente, em missões em que a furtividade não é necessária.
Desde que foi concebido, o F-35 tem se envolvido em controvérsias. Atrasos, aumento nos custos de desenvolvimento (projetados inicialmente em US$ 59 bilhões de dólares) e problemas no projeto em geral mancharam a reputação do caça, que deveria ser uma alternativa mais barata ao caríssimo F-22. Somado, o custo de desenvolvimento, construção e manutenção girou em torno de US$ 400 bilhões de dólares. Com este valor, o projeto do F-35 se tornou o programa de armamento mais caro da história.Em 2015, após quinze anos de desenvolvimentos, o primeiro esquadrão de F-35 foi liberado para o serviço ativo na força aérea dos Estados Unidos


Amazing Short Take-Off Gulfstream G650 – Special Livery

The Gulfstream G650 has a truly astonishing performance what can be seen in the video. The G650 achieved an impressive short take-off distance at Bern Airport in Switzerland. The two powerful Rolls-Royce BR725 engines accelerate the G650 nearly to the speed of sound while cruising at up to 51,000 feet (15,500 m). The first Swiss registered G650 HB-IVJ has been given a special livery. It advertises for Baha Mar, the luxury resort of superlatives in the Bahamas.

The pilots engaged the reverse thrust during taxi to slow down the plane. Why didn't they use the wheel brakes instead? The reverser helps to keep the wheel brakes cool and fully operational when needed. Braking excessively does not only wear out the brakes more quickly but increases the danger of glowing hot wheel brakes. Cooling them down takes plenty of time until the aircraft is allowed take off again.

The Gulfsream Aerospace G650 is marketed as the world's current fastest business jet with a top speed of 0.925 Mach (982 km/h). It is capable of traveling 8'055 miles (12,964 km) and will even cruise at 51,000 ft. The remarkable jet is equipped with two powerful Rolls-Royce BR725 turbofan engines. Enjoy the great engine sound and the close-up view of the Gulfstream G650, one of the best private jets on the market.

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Camera: Sony VG10

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F-18 Hornets Full Afterburner Takeoff at Scottsdale

Two F-18 Hornets perform a full afterburner takeoff on Runway 03 at KSDL (Scottsdale, AZ, USA). Footage taken from the run-up area in Alliance Flight Schools' Cirrus SR22T, N877AC.

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A study by the University of Las Vegas found that the 23 Vegas casinos brought in more than $72 million each over the course of the 2013 fiscal year and wound up collecting over $5 billion of their visitors' money, altogether. That's an average of over $630,000 a day, per casino. It only stands to reason, then, that the owners and managers of the casino make careers out of devising strategies to keep people coming in and, more importantly, ensure that more money is coming in than is going out. This often requires a certain level of guile and trickery, but mostly a keen application of gambling-oriented consumer psychology.

Even as we are more savvy and knowledgeable about dangers of casino gambling so that the phrase “the house always wins” has practically become a cliché, we remain sometimes bound by the undeniable thrill and enticing appeal of striking it rich. Casinos will do everything and anything they can to feed into that basic, instinctive desire. Many people are aware of some of the more prominent ploys commonly adopted by casinos, including a lack of clocks so as to limit players’ grasp of time and a strategic design so as to provide subtle pushes towards certain games, machines and tables. One key characteristic of the vast majority of casinos is the deafening presence of victory, with major and minor wins celebrated with flashing lights and whooping sirens, adding to the excitement and leaving on-lookers with the belief that they, too, can win.

These examples, however, only serve to scratch the surface of an aggressive business model based around the dual, two-faced identity of appearing as a fun adult theme park while actually operating as a ruthless business practice. Many amateur gamblers arrive at the casino floor with the aim of taking their early winnings and running, but casinos don’t make it that easy on you. For one thing, most make you exchange cash for chips in order to play, thereby leaving you more likely to be willing to use the full amount of your chips and making cashing them in seem like a chore. If you’ve stuck around long enough, many casinos will only be too happy to keep the good times rolling by offering free drinks and other incentives to stick around.

In spite of these warnings, it is possible to have an enjoyable casino-going experience and even come away with a few extra bucks. First and foremost, it helps to go in informed, so get the inside scoop on the bare bones business behind the glitz and glamour of casinos with these eye-opening industry secrets.

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