Morgan Freeman Unharmed After Plane’s Force Landing

Morgan Freeman’s plane blew a tire as he was leaving Clarksdale, Mississippi. The jet made a “controlled forced landing” in Tunica. Morgan was apparently going to shoot a segment for National Geographics, “The Story of God.”

(Video) Caught On Tape: Helicopter That Made Emergency Landing Into The Hudson River!!

After losing power while in the air, a sight seeing helicopter was forced to make an emergency landing on the water near 79th street. With four people on board, the pilot made a sound decision to land as promptly and safely. The difference between emergency landings with airplanes and helicopters is: with loss of power, airplanes have the ability to glide and land properly while helicopters usually go straight down immediately. Hit the jump watch the chopper get towed back to land.

(Video) THIS IS NUTS!…Pilot Crash Lands Plane After Engine Failure

Here’s something you don’t see everyday. A pilot in Alaska experienced engine failure immediately after takeoff. Watch this video, from three different camera angles, as he brings his plane in for a crash landing in a remote field. Video after jump.

American Airlines Passengers Told To Brace For Crash Landing

American Airlines just can’t win these days.  Another safety issue has the airline under the microscope because of a mid-flight maintenance scare when a plane’s landing-gear jammed after take-off.  Click “more” below for full coverage! DJ Matthew Tyler

Tech Talk Video: Man Becomes A Real Life Angry Bird???

LOL, Well in a way, No rubber bands, or launching, but a guy Definitely Put a pair of wings on and took flight, like for real, Hit the Jump to see the video, and read the technical story. +TatWZA

Attempted Attack On Afghan Airport As Panetta Was Landing

A military source says a strange incident on the tarmac at Camp Bastion that occurred moments before Defense Secretary Leon Panetta arrived via C-17 was an attempted attack. @WiLMajor

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