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Wingwalking Isn't What It Used To Be, And That's A Good Thing [video]

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Back in the 1920s, wingwalking claimed lives. Daredevils would move around on the top of a plane's wings, in mid-flight, often without any harness or any safety line. Maybe they'd be able to clip onto something during takeoff and landing, but maybe not. There are still a few of those true daredevil wingwalkers out there in the world, but in the 21st century... it's usually a bit different (www.youtube.com) 기타...

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Bill Babis 5
I've taken a large bug hit to the face at 65mph. Not even remotely interested in possibly trying it at 100mph. Would love to fly the Stearman though.
kerimparrot
Yeah, there is the old joke about the happy motorcyclist. How can they be identified? LOOK AT THEIR TEETH!
jbsimms
That first step’s a doozy...
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Alan Dahl 1
I liove Tom Scott’s videos. He has an excellent one where he’s riding with the UK’s Red Arrows team too.
withersfamily
It's a little ironic that the pilot has a helmet and not the wing person, as if ir it would do any good. A full face motorcycle helmet would take care of the bug encounter.

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