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Airshow Air Crash | 2003 USAF Thunderbirds Crash

# fs2004
# fs9
# fsx
# microsoft flight simulator 2004
# USAF Thunderbirds
# Thunderbirds
# United States Air Force Thunderbirds
# United States Air Force
# Lockheed
# General Dynamics
# F-16
# F-16 Fighting Falcon
# Pilot Error
# Air Show
# Air Accident
# Air Crash
# Air Disaster
# Air Emergency
# Aviation Accident
# Aviation Crash
# Aviation Disaster
# Aviation Emergency
# Plane Accident
# Plane Crash
# Plane Disaster
# Plane Emergency
Please support this channel by following me on Patreon Captain Chris Stricklin, flying Thunderbird No. 6 (F-16), crashed during an airshow at Mountain Home AFB, Idaho. Immediately after takeoff, Stricklin attempted a "Split S" maneuver (which he had successfully performed over 200 times) based on an incorrect mean-sea-level elevation of the airfield, 1,100 ft (340 m) higher than the home base at Nellis. Climbing to only 1,670 ft (510 m) above ground level instead of 2,500 ft (760 m), Stricklin had insufficient altitude to complete the maneuver, but guided the F-16C aircraft down the runway away from the spectators and ejected less than one second before impact. He survived with only minor injuries and no one on the ground was injured, but the $20 million aircraft was completely destroyed. Official procedure for demonstration "split S" maneuvers was changed, and the USAF now requires Thunderbird pilots and airshow ground controllers to both work in above-MSL (mean-sea-lev