Simple math and war history tells you that those pilots had way more experience flying that bird than any wartime pilot. They would sell tickets for an about 30min flight or so. While the Consolidated B-24 Liberator four-engined heavy bomber dropped more war tonnage and was built in greater numbers, the Boeing B-17 "Flying Fortress" four-engined "heavy" left a longer lasting memory on American military aviation history for its part in World War 2 (1939-1945). Experiments on this aircraft led to the use of a quartet of General Electric turbo-superchargers which would become standard on the B-17 line. Considering that this exact variant never really flew in WW2, I think I’ll opt to mourn the loss without guilt. I saw a few more fly overs that day, but none that dramatic. I agree on the 3 engines.Really just would be a a little stick and rudder comp but i was really suspecting fuel contamination obut we will wait till we get findings.Climb out on 3 should not been much of an issue. Have faith that the NTSB will get to the bottom of it. Machines like this is what helped rid of the Nazis and end WW2, the Fordson tractor helped feed the soldiers that finished the job. Seems strange that it had trouble climbing….yes one engine was out, but were the others hampered?…if so fuel would impact all of them. However, by a long margin, crews of the Boeing aircraft have received more Medal of Honor awards than those of any other American aircraft. The fuel cost is nothing to snicker at…90 gallons per hour at cruise. Daniel has updated the project titled Bare metal second core on ESP32. That will be something the lawyers rightly or wrongly pounce on. A B-52 has 8 TF33-P-3 turbofan engines. Several B-17 aviators were honored with military decorations. Well yes and no they have done restorations that amounts to completely manufacturing an aircraft and they even remade some of the old tools. So both engines on right side were not operating. Aluminium melts at something like 600°C and it also starts to oxidise. But, the net result is that there can often be raw fuel blown through the engine and into the exhaust manifold, which subsequently ignites. Most of their damage occurred at high altitudes allowing the pilots time to recover/compensate before hitting the ground. Luckily for the Air Force, they had the talent of Arthur Kennedy to guide them through it all in these amazing videos. A twin-engine aircraft can fly perfectly well on one engine. As a result, it crashed and both aviators of the aircraft were killed. While only 42 model "D"swere built, by the time of Pearl Harbor the existing "C" models hadbeen upgraded to "D" specifications. Hence the aileron trim must be applies rather than the rudder. Just because it’s old doesn’t mean that it’s any less airworthy than any other aircraft. And, some of them still fly. Seems as though the 3 inch diameter fuel line is the choke point. I think it was the Texas Raiders from the Commemorative Air Force. Tragedy on many levels – terrible loss of life and injury, and loss of a true piece of history. now you just are being dumb. I refer to this as “knowledge entropy” and it’s a potent force. If p is the probability with which an engine fails and you assume that engines fail … By your measure the man shouldn’t even be allowed to touch a Piper Cub let alone a F-22. Now you can argue that losing the engine made for a more stressful landing, and that caused the crew to make a mistake, but that’s still ultimately falls under operator error. During a second evaluation flight, the B-17 experienced some mechanical issues while airborne. The aircraft went through several alterations in each of its design stages and variants. Add to that the seemingly endless rivets that someone needs to drive, and the many specialized third party assemblies that haven’t been manufactured in more than 70 years. so why is the fuselage practically nonexistant? News also reported that the plane veered to the right of the runway… I’d be leaning toward loss of hydraulics on right control surfaces just before touchdown… Loss of lift and drop on right wing with not enough time to recover…. Got my vote, but not easy. Climb aboard the 65,000-lb. I also flew on the 9-0-9 while it was touring the Bay Area, ~ 2012. Oil screen checks are primitive in comparison. It was a fantastic experience. 3: All engines during that time period rotated counter-clockwise (from the pilots perspective) with the russians being the exceptions (excluding foreign license produced engines) A student in the first Aviation class that they school had (A Pilot Pilot program?) Phil Greenspun (a flight instructor) weighed in on the crash: https://philip.greenspun.com/blog/2019/10/03/boeing-b-17-crash-at-bradley/, He concludes: “It was good weather at a great airport, an aircraft that was likely maintained as well as possible, a plane that can fly safely on three engines, and two pilots with a tremendous depth of experience. I was walking from the tower back to the FBO when I heard a loud rumbling from behind. By using our website and services, you expressly agree to the placement of our performance, functionality and advertising cookies. So sad that people died, happy that some survived. I assume that any doubt causes a piece to be tossed and a replacement fabricated. This was a good demonstration of the durability of the Flying Fortress which managed to fly back to base without falling apart after the severe collision. I believe those were tanks of deicing fluid. Hoping the investigation reveals what happened. Wow! Now that most of the crew members who flee during the war have succumbed to old age there’s not that living repository of knowledge to draw on and the same likely goes for the ground mechanics too. I have seen quite a few with just a rack and pinion setup. Made by the Boeing company, this four-engine heavy bomber got airborne for the first time on July 28, 1935. Spellbound by the sight of several .35 caliber machine guns fixed all over the plane, “Flying Fortress” was a description that sprang to his mind, and indeed, it was a fitting name. They were nicknamed “Aphrodite Missiles.”. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zOTxPEPyEiw A group brought a B-17 (possibly 909 but I can’t recall for sure) and B-24 to Gainesville for an airshow some years back. BTW, my pop was a navigator on B29, pacific. I’ve helped wash…and sat up front and thought wishful thoughts. For all its accomplishments, the B-17 had a bad beginning. A C-47 transport operated by the CAF, the military version of the DC-3 twin-engine passenger plane built in1944, … We did not get the flare - fog was over the target, and we would have to wait for the clearing of the river fog. That’s sort of the point. The first B-17D flew on February 3, 1941. Daniel has updated the log for Bare metal second core on ESP32. Something happened, and the pilots weren’t able to recover. They do have the advantage of the engines having survived though. About 40 B-17s were captured and modified by the Luftwaffe to suit their specific needs. For the same reason we can’t re-manufacture Saturn V or the F-22. ... , raspberries or elderberries can provide 500mg of vitamin B17. About 640,000 tons of bombs were dropped on Nazi Germany and its territories by the B-17, a significant percentage of the 1.5 million tons dropped in all sorties against Nazi Germany. I want to see the NTSB report on this accident. A fire hot enough will melt and oxidise the aluminum into near dust. However, not long after that, a tragic event occurred. Its last flight was during a reconnaissance mission on the 14th of August 1942. They are fabricating many of the parts, Champaign Lady. Or maybe write about planes of your “favourite” choice of government ;). The Germans incurred heavy losses too but nevertheless won in this instance. The first prototype bomber flew in mid-1935, and the B-17 entered small-scale production in 1937. B-52 bomber financing in World War 2? flyable replicas are a thing for a lot of smaller warbirds, though idk about bombers. My mother was a riveter and my grandmother bucked rivets on the B-17 line at Boeing plant 2. They’re just too large and complicated to be maintained by small groups of volunteers. There’s one at JNX. This was a plane designed to take off with bombs and much ammo…this flight was light. This particular machine was commissioned as a deterrent and ended up being pivotal in freeing a continent from an oppressive fascist regime that was specifically targeting civilians by using strategic bombing to target industry and military responsible for producing the munitions Hitler had raining down daily over Great Britain. But, it really was a B-17, and it really was making a simulated bomb run on the building. My sister’s Farther-in-Law (mentioned in a previous article) told me that after a fiery crash, there wasn’t much left of any wreckage, They would rake through the debris, and find some bone fragments and send those back to the families as the “body” of their loved one. Lo and behold there was a partly assembled B-17 undergoing a frame-out restoration, along with the front half of a B-29. The other half is getting it through manufacturing. Purpose 1. A single engine failure in a B-17 is an annoyance, not an emergency. Whoever was the engineer on that flight had them synchronized perfectly. “Loss of lift and drop on right wing with not enough time to recover…”. doctek has added a new log for Tiny Arduino for Hackers. Seeing the aftermath of the crash, I’m amazed any of them made it out alive. It won’t catch catastrophic failures if it relates to structural or external engine components, but it could have saved a lot of lives when there are “unknown” circumstances for crashes in private aviation. Tooling has been scrapped / gone missing and important shop floor fabrication notes have been lost. Since my desk faced the window, I looked through the window at the street below, and didn’t see anything out of the ordinary down there. A 5-engine plane can fly on 3 engines but not on 2, while a 3-engine plane can fly on 2 engines but not 1. My uncle Ray LeDoux, was a navigator on DeLancey’s B-17. It sounds like there is a financial incentive here ‘to keep flying’. Formation flying in 4-engine airplanes presents greater problems than formation flying in smaller aircraft. This plane had made over 1,000 similar flights of this nature, easily 10 times the number of missions a B-17 would have flown over Europe. Most were sent to Hawaiiand the Philippines. On some of them, upon starting, they open the valves to remove the pressure so the starter can get the engine turning with less power/resistance. Parts are hard to come by, tooling for parts doesn’t exist anymore and most people qualified are seniors retired. Still a tragic loss of life. During this mission, it failed to return and was declared Missing in Action—MIA. An expedited return to the field to the field was initiated. Its crew was officially pronounced dead after three years. You won’t want to miss Aluminum Overcast when it visits an airport near you!. I had the privilege of spending a day or two a week in the ATC cab at PSP. i bet the ntsb will recommend grounding significantly antiquated aircraft, ban them from carrying passengers, require more stringent inspections, etc. Myles has updated the project titled globe RGB. Consequently, the USAAC went through a special F-1 funding procedure in January 1935 and procured thirteen B-17s, as YB-17s. They actually did an engine swap on this exact aircraft when there were at my local airport (ORH – Worcester) a couple years ago. The vintage bomber (civilian registration number N93012) has been all but completely destroyed in the fire, with only a section of the wing and tail remaining recognizable. 2: The torque of an engine applies a force on the roll axis, not the yaw axis. Out of only four Black Widows that remain, it will be the only one that will fly. In order to have the nacelles to scale, the radial engines that would produce enough power would be too big. Learn how your comment data is processed. The USAAF lost about 60 B-17s in this mission, and over 550 crewmen were declared MIA. They produce 60hp so obviously the whole unit gives out 240. RIP. It’s thin aluminum sheet riveted into a box structure to give it strength. How long until we say farewell to this part of our history, with the final flight of a B-17, or its kin? A replica B17 though would likely use different engines and be built using modern airliner techniques for reasons of practicality. I can’t even begin to imagine the sound that a flight of 1,000 of those planes would have made. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ycPmZ85xn5M However, from safety point of view, it is not that dangerous if one engine … I don’t know about a B17, but in many smaller planes I’ve flown, the engine is like 1/3 the weight of the entire aircraft. For this reason he went with Hirth 3002 4-cylinder 2-stroke engines. 15) This B-17 sustained a mid-air collision with a German BF-109, yet managed to fly home and land in this condition without major injuries to any of the crew members. However, this mission was largely unsuccessful. This is doubly impressive because the B-17 was made to have a lesser bomb load while incorporating heavy defensive armament, high speed, and long range. Even if the anecdotal reports that the plane had come in too low prove out, it is too soon to attribute that to the failed engine. They go around the country to various airports for the Wings of Freedom tours. Maybe a stupid idea, but why not build a copy of these machine for airshow and keep the “real” one safe inside a hangar ? From the day of its maiden flight 83 years ago, the B-17 Flying Fortress has become the royalty of the skies. Everything you need to know about the Draco crash is here, from the mouth of the owner and pilot himself: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NfctWAoDXvs Short story, it was 100% pilot error. Was not impressed with flight-deck coordination, much chagrined by the non-professional demeanor, and appalled by the poor radio discipline. Each engine has a tracked life and when certain trends start, such as unusual metal content, silicon, or carbon, it allows the oil lab to predict an engine failure. Jack Bally's incredible 1/3 scale B-17 next to a Cessna 140! The B-17's incredible capacity to take it -- to come flying home on three, two, even one engine, sieve-like with flak and bullet holes, with large sections of wing or tail surfaces shot away -- has been so widely publicized that U. Another very massive undertaking to re-create an antique vehicle was the new Tornado steam locomotive in the UK. Also, without all the engineering detail (EG material specs, treatments, calculations etc.) And you forgot that workers of today do not necessarily know how things have been usually done in their trade 70-80 years ago, the set of skills is different today. Oh I see, the heat melts it. Very sad for those on board. Right. (Wikipedia is not authoritative.) However, this turned out to be a serious failure. I have flown in and flown the show “Memphis belle” as the air show director. A total of 17 Medal of Honor awards were given to B-17 crewmen, many of which were awarded posthumously. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_yaKCkXa-rs. The pilot had over 7300 hours in the B-17. Fuel does spread when released from its containers. Oil analysis can identify impending internal failures before total failure. During a fly-off with two competing airplanes (DB-1 and Model 146), it was decided that the B-17 had shown more promise and was in tune with the recent USAAC philosophy. Finally, I glanced up, and there was a B-17 making a simulated bombing run on the building I was in. Join us for an unforgettable experience aboard one of the few remaining airworthy B-17s in the world. Yes, we’d loose something magical to have these things grounded, but failures happen in all forms of mechanical things, so at some point we’re going to loose every last one to crashes if they keep flying. The one thing the FAA hasn’t caught up to is the NAVAIR standard of JOAP (Joint Oil Analysis Program), which mandates oil samples pulled from the operating engines over a certain interval. 5. 3D manufacturing on a large scale won’t work, because the loads would be all wrong. That’s definitely a valid question. Including Champain Lady, Desert Rat, the new Liberty Belle, Lacy Lady, and at least 2 which haven’t been given names that I now of yet. Maybe put a pause on plane articles for a while. Painted to look like another B-17 of WWII (Nine-o-Nine, variant B-17G-30-BO), this late-model B-17G-85-DL aircraft wasn’t finished in time to join World War II, but instead spent its 74 years being a flying museum to these amazing airplanes. And shot full of holes to boot. Yep, although in MOST cases it needs to be a turbine engine. Yep thank you for clarifying it for me. And stop the speculation already let the investigators do there job. Sincerely journeyman aircraft mechanic Dennis Chalut. Lets all take a breath and mourn the loss of life and the plane, answers will come later. I agree that cost would be extreme. That does look like the left wing that is largely intact in the pic, and the pilot reported Engine 4 issue (far right). The only way to save such a B17 is to take manual control and fly it yourself. A. The loss of an engine on this type of plane is absolutely not a big deal. Yes it can. It is this exceptional design that has kept them working in the hands of unskilled tinkerers over the decades. Always noticed it flying overhead when it was here, year after year. I flew on it in 2015 out of John Wayne in Orange County, Ca.It is sad to hearxabout it,but most of the WWII aiecraft are probably in better condition than our on commercial airlines. 4. About 12,732 units of the B-17 Flying Fortress were produced between 1936 to 1945. Experience counts for more than youth. Most of the flying WWI aircraft are replicas. They claimed the B-17 Flying Fortress could still fly better than the B-24 even if it had one damaged engine. …But I wasn’t there, I’m not a pilot, and not the NTSB…. Liberty Belle was almost completely destroyed by fire back in 2011, and it is being reconstructed. Decades ago, I was sitting in my office, which was about half-way up in the tallest building in Lexington, Kentucky, when I heard a strange rumbling sound. They do it because they love it and want to, not because it’s a job. But even then, incidents can happen. You will find if the oil is performing and life expectancy. They fly these planes literally every single day. This comes from actual personal experience not uninformed opinion. While it’s not quite the same with these planes getting past 75+ years old I can see it happening, just like they now display reproduction WWI aircraft at airshows, how they will build new B-17s I don’t know but if there is demand they will. Very saddened that it didn’t work out better.”. | U.S. Air Force / Public Domain. May not be accurate, but one news report stated that it clipped an ILS beacon on final. AWAIT THE NTSB REPORT. I don’t think we need to worry about not having any more B-17s. It’s rather sad that, out of the 12,731 built, only 9 are still in flying condition. I feel deeply effected by this. (Go listen for yourself.) Unfortunately the aircraft ran off the runway and struck a building, after which it burst into flames. The airplane’s pilots tried to perform an emergency landing at Bradley International Airport, Connecticut, where it had taken off from only moments ago. Also, so sad to loose another treasured memory of the past. These pilots had over 15,000 hours each and flew these planes very frequently, in service more than 300 days per year. If it was made once it can be made again – it’s mostly just a question of money. Now that is the best idea I ever heard ! One of the seven people … Those pilots knew the plane inside and out. Hackaday Podcast 099: Our Hundredth Episode! One engine going down seems to be no problem, but when two go down it seems like the plane is just barely not powerful enough to stay airborne. Look up TF-51. And then you might have epa concerns about exhaust pollution. About a dozen of these downed planes were successfully put back into the air and were used by the Nazis against the Allies. About 25 B-17s were loaded with around 20,000lb of bombs and were modified into drones. you can make a part that is identical in every way but might fail in operation because you didn’t know they did some heat-treatment to it in production. isn’t flaps normally actuated with lead screws to avoid that problem? A dumb question, usually the fuel tanks are in the wings…. I’ll never forget that experience. Pilot error, pilot error, pilot error. ncabalos has updated details to Balancing Robot. There’s probably more going on than just an engine failure. They thought it was great. Airplane equipped with four (4) Wright R-1820-65 engines with torque meters; exhaust driven turbo superchargers; 3-bladed constant speed propellers, blade design No. Could bad or incorrect fuel be the issue? 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