Vectorvision HD Demo Reel from Wolfe Air Aviation on Vimeo.
These shots were filmed in close formation with the Vectorvision camera system installed in the highly modified Wolfe Air LearJet 25. Cameras used are the Red Epic and Arriflex Alexa.
Wolfe Air Project Coordinator: Beth Miles
Camera Ship Flight Crew: Craig Hosking, Ace Beall, Kevin LaRosa II, Jeff Senour, Kevin LaRosa Sr, Stephen Forte
Camera Department: Doug Holgate, Roger Tonry, Scott Smith, James O’Hara, CJ Roy, Brian Lataille, David Weber
Edited by: Zak Marx / 3DF
Colorist: Arnold Ramm / 3DF
ENJJPT 14-07 Graduation Video from ENJJPT 14-07 on Vimeo.
Class 14-07 was given the unique opportunity to fly with GoPro cameras in the cockpit of Euro NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training’s (ENJJPT) T-6A Texan II and T-38C Talon aircraft. The above video chronicles 55 weeks of undergraduate pilot training for 14-07, but is a tribute to all classes past, present, and future. This video or clips within may be used only with the express permission of its creator (may request via private message).
Music used with permission:
“Daybreak” by OVERWERK
Many thanks to:
459, 469, 89, 90, and 97th FTS
82nd TRW Public Affairs
…and all our Instructor Pilots for their tremendous talent, skill, and most importantly: patience.
Lisa Engler, Graphic Assistance
Tyler Brown, Audio Assistance
Tony Lee Glenn, Graphic Assistance
Filmed from the backseat of an RAF Typhoon flown by 2013 display pilot Jamie Norris on an ultra-low level sortie through the Mach Loop and the Lake District.
Air-to-Air Photoshooting Yak-3 from Classic Aircraft Displays on Vimeo.
A small Clip about an Air-to-Air Photoshooting with Yakovlev Yak-3, operated by Classic Aircraft Displays (.com)!
The Yakovlev Yak-3 (Як-3) was a World War II Russian fighter. Robust and easy to maintain it was much liked by pilots and crew alike. It was one of the smallest and lightest mainstream combat fighters used during the war. With a high power to weight ratio it had excellent performance and was a formidable dogfighter. Marcel Albert the top scoring WW II French ace who flew the Yak 3 in the USSR with the Normandie Niemen group considered it a superior aircraft to both the P51 Mustang and the Supermarine Spitfire.
The Yak-3 represented the culmination of Alexandr Sergeevich Yakovlev’s development of lightweight fighter types during the Second World War. As such, it was designed as a short range, agile interceptor to gain control of local airspace during the great Soviet offensive operations of the last two years of the war. The Yak-3 entered service in 1944 and had such an impressive rate of roll, turn and climb that German pilots were instructed not to engage these fighters below 5000 m. Overall, 4848 Yak-3s were produced.