Tuesday, March 20, 2018

The Advantage of a Crapcopter (Not PC, Not Safe for Work)

As intelligent and erudite as all of my readers are, I'd be surprised if you could guess the correct answer to this question the first time out.  People in the know claim it's common sense, and I guess it is once you see it for yourself.

From what little I know about aircraft, a helicopter's blade (in cross-section) is shaped like an airplane's wing.  Both catch air the same way, providing lift.

The Question: What is the primary advantage of rotary winged aircraft over fixed-winged aircraft?

Click for the answer below.

I wanna be a chopper pilot when I grow up.


Bob G. said...

Mad Jack:
---Yeah, that answer was an EASY one...
(you get to see things with a helo that you could most likely NEVER see in a fixed wing craft...lol)
Puts Marilyn Monroe and that subway grate to shame.

And here, some people think that copters were just a hundred thousand parts trying to shake themselves loose from one another.

Good photo, too.

Roll safe out there.

CWMartin said...

Hard to argue this one... but can a chopper get #Metoo ed?

Old NFO said...

LOL, good one!

Mad Jack said...

Thanks guys. I couldn't resist.

Actually, this was aimed at Glen Filthie, crapcopter aficionado, sociopolitical commentator and bane of Moonbats everywhere.