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1982 Multimedia.
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    Default 1982 Multimedia.

    Videos, sounds, art, and large pics.

    Something to get started, video of air operations.

    http://www.zippyvideos.com/9793106223360516/1982/

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    Good footage Tiger thanks.


    Here actual audio from Argentine pilots during mission in 1982.
    It's interesting material, if you understand spanish. For those who don't, I am affraid there is no transcription that I know of.

    It starts with a pilot excited about seing other aircraft impacting its bombs on a british ship, then pilots exchanging damage reports (one is leaking fuel and he's assesing if he can make it back to base), then the Malvinas radar reporting 2 CAPs over the area where the attack was made plus another one farther north and a fourth CAP incoming from the carrier's location area.

    The pilot describes impacts and explosions on a CL-42 by one of his mates. He also says he felt several impacts on his own aircraft. While egressing, his mates check for leaks and find a small one. The pilot then says he's going to go high to save fuel in order to reach the tanker, and that if "they" (the CAPs) get him then so be it (the Malvinas radar was reporting that 1 CAP was homming on them).

    Then all the pilots refer to which ship they aimed their bombs (the one on the right or on the left?) and all report they aimed at the same one. The pilot who's plane is damaged says he almost crashed against the ship's radar dome.

    Scary times. :|


    http://rapidshare.de/files/5841601/Malvinas.wma.html


    This mision was the A-4B mission (code name "Vulcano" and "Zeus") who sank the HMS Coventry on May 25th in open waters north of the islands and damaged the HMS Broadsword with a bomb that did not explode and went al the way through the hull.

    The "Vulcano" flight was formed by Cap. Carballo, Lt. Rinke, and WO. Carmona (who had to abort due to mechanical problems). The "Zeus" flight was formed by 1Lt Velazquez, Lt Osses, and WO. Barrionuevo (who had to abort after failing during the refueling ops). "Ranquel" was the KC-130 flight, afaik. "Rayo" was the support flight (a Learjet, I guess).

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    You don't really need to understand spanish, what really matters is the sound of thier voice, you get a pretty good picture of whats going on.



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    Yeah, it's true.

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    Zippyvids was quite a good show. Although most of the footage was taken in peace time, the exocet was almost definitly a sales video from the Aerospatial (or who ever makes Exocet).

    Good to see it is fairly neutral in terms of which side they were on.
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    National Geographic documentry about the attack on HMS Coventry.
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    http://www.zippyvideos.com/4281015223995526/coventry/

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    Good video find that Panzerknacker.

    A few points however. National geographic don't generally put soundtracks on their videos, well not generally by that particular band or genre at any rate! It would have been nicer if whoever it was put the soundtrack on hadn't bothered. But hey, am assuming somebody added that for effect.

    Liked the pilots phrase "take that for the motherland, gringos" as he hit the drop button.

    Points to note however, given the obvious high amount of detail from both the pilots, the crew, various tech manuels (ie the arming of the bombs) and numourous clips from what is obviously press film. Why is there not a National Geographic report on the attack on Invincible? The one that has been so well covered up?

    Sorry to drag it up guys but just a thought.

    This film clip was taken from a national geo that included the attacks on pretty much every ship in the Falklands War which included the sinking of the Belgrano and of course Antelopes "V for Victory" but not hint of Invincible. I recommend the whole video for anyone particulary interested in the maritime side of the war.
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    A few points however. National geographic don't generally put soundtracks on their videos
    Yes that is true but is the only I can get about this particular issue.


    Liked the pilots phrase "take that for the motherland, gringos" as he hit the drop button
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    Silly phrase considering that Carballo is (like many others) son of inmigrants.

    This film clip was taken from a national geo that included the attacks on pretty much every ship in the Falklands War which included the sinking of the Belgrano and of course Antelopes "V for Victory" but not hint of Invincible. I recommend the whole video for anyone particulary interested in the maritime side of the war.
    Actually is taken from a half hour documentry of the series "Decisive seconds" or something like that.

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    "Decisive moments", Sure I saw similar stuff on another film, maybe they reused it for one or the other. What other stuff did they cover on "Decisive moments"? Any WW2 moments?
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    Let me see, one was about the colition of two Mig-29 in England in 1993.

    Other about the mid air explotion of a american 747, no WW2 related stuff as far I remember.

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    Wasn't the Pan Am 747 over lockerbie by anychance?

    I think that moved the USA to bomb Libya. Did it explain why HMS Coventries sinking was particularly decisive?
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    Teorically ther sinking of the HMS Coventry was decisive because that forced the Royal Navy to introduce new weapons systems and surface-to-air defences. In the first Gulf war for example the british Firagates was very refurbished because the fear of the sea skimming argentine stile attacks.

    Wasn't the Pan Am 747 over lockerbie by anychance?
    No, It was one wich exploded over the atlantic in 1994, honestly dont remenber the airline but it was from USA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1000ydstare
    Wasn't the Pan Am 747 over lockerbie by anychance?

    I think that moved the USA to bomb Libya. Did it explain why HMS Coventries sinking was particularly decisive?
    It may have something to do with the bombs arming as a lot of the early raids did not arm due to lack of time in the air.

    And I think Libya was a result of the bomb in Berlin?
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