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Disliked in the West and sent in large numbers to the Soviet Union, the Bell P-63 Kingcobra ended up seeing little action during World War Two and, consequently, became one of the lesser-known American fighters of the period, especially considering more than 3,000 were built. But was the outcast Kingcobra totally without merit? Game footage and aircraft models War Thunder - 🤍 00:04 History 8:12 Conclusion and opinion Disclaimer - This channel is apolitical. We do not endorse any kind of political view. Corrections None. Music by order of appearance History: - Beautiful Oblivion by Scott Buckley 🤍ttbuckley Music promoted by https🤍free-stock-music.com Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) 🤍ensesby4.0 Conclusion: -Jack the Lumberer by Alexander Nakarada | 🤍 Music promoted by 🤍 Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) 🤍 -USSR | The Grand Score by Alexander Nakarada | 🤍 Music promoted by 🤍 Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) 🤍 Sources - The Bell P-39 Airacobra and P-63 Kingcobra Fighters - Soviet Service During World War II by Yefim Gordon and Sergey Komissarov with Dmitriy Komissarov - Bell P-39 Airacobra (Crowood Aviation Series) by Robert F. Dorr with Jerry C. Scutts - Dogfight: P-51B/C Mustang - Northwest Europe 1943-44 by Chris Bucholtz - P-39/P-400 Airacobra vs A6M2/3 Zero-Sen - New Guinea 1942 by Michael John Claringbould - Bell Aircraft - since 1935 by A. J. Pelletier - Numerous small sources like aircraft manuals or flight tests I do not own any of the images used in this video. The owners of such images are identified in the video itself.
Mark Allen gives us a detailed walkaround tour of the CAF's P-63 Kingcobra.
This is a video of the Palm Springs Air Museum's rare Bell P-63 Fighter. The P-63 was a further development of Bell's P-39 Airacobra. The P-63 saw very little use by the US Army Air Forces, none in a combat role. However, the Soviet Union used them quite extensively in WWII principally in the ground-attack role which took advantage of the nose-mounted 37mm Oldsmobile M4 cannon. Although not having the performance of the P-51 Mustang and some other WWII fighters, the P-63 remains a fascinating WWII aircraft and also displays that great Allison V-1710 12-cylinder sound!
P-63C-5 Kingcobra is a fighter plane in War Thunder inline game. In this video I share my very positive experience with this vehicle in realistic ground battles. It has standard browning machineguns, 37mm cannon and secondary armament ( 500LBS bombs x3) so can deal with all types of opponents. GUIDES and THEORYCRAFTING 🤍 STRANGEST VEHICLES in War Thunder 🤍 CLOSE AIR SUPPORT (in ground battles) 🤍 ALL TANK REVIEWS 🤍 #WarThunder #WT #HowToPlay1337
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Took it back down to low tier. Low Tier Fun Tier ;) Closing Song: Blackmill - Ascendance 🤍 0:00 Intro 0:16 Le Funny Moment xd 0:55 Why I'm Playing Low Tier 1:11 Mid-Engine Moment 1:45 Big mf GUN 2:45 Flight Performance/BR relativity 4:12 Flight Performance cont. 4:35 Jack Of All Trades 5:00 37mm Montage 6:21 Why Overlooked? 6:50 Summarizing 7:00 Outro :)
Horrifying to witness this. Video was recorded in slow-motion and without sound.
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The P-39 Airacobra and the P-63 Kingcobra. Two North American Aircraft made by Bell and loved and appreciated by the Soviets. The Bell P-39 Airacobra is a fighter produced by Bell Aircraft for the United States Army Air Forces during World War II. It was one of the principal American fighters in service when the United States entered combat. The P-39 was used by the Soviet Air Force, and enabled individual Soviet pilots to collect the highest number of kills attributed to any U.S. fighter type flown by any air force in any conflict. Other major users of the type included the Free French, the Royal Air Force, and the Italian Co-Belligerent Air Force. It had an unusual layout, with the engine installed in the center fuselage, behind the pilot, and driving a tractor propeller in the nose with a long shaft. It was also the first fighter fitted with a tricycle undercarriage. Although its mid-engine placement was innovative, the P-39 design was handicapped by the absence of an efficient turbo-supercharger, preventing it from performing high-altitude work. For this reason it was rejected by the RAF for use over western Europe but adopted by the USSR, where most air combat took place at medium and lower altitudes. Together with the derivative P-63 Kingcobra, the P-39 was one of the most successful fixed-wing aircraft manufactured by Bell. General characteristics Crew: One Length: 30 ft 2 in (9.19 m) Wingspan: 34 ft 0 in (10.36 m) Height: 12 ft 5 in (3.78 m) Wing area: 213 sq ft (19.8 m2) Empty weight: 6,516 lb (2,956 kg) Gross weight: 7,570 lb (3,434 kg) Max takeoff weight: 8,400 lb (3,810 kg) Powerplant: 1 × Allison V-1710-85 V-12 liquid-cooled piston engine, 1,200 hp (890 kW) at 9,000 ft (2,743 m) (emergency power) Propellers: 3-bladed constant-speed propeller Performance Maximum speed: 389 mph (626 km/h, 338 kn) Stall speed: 95 mph (153 km/h, 83 kn) power off, flaps and undercarriage down Never exceed speed: 525 mph (845 km/h, 456 kn) Range: 525 mi (845 km, 456 nmi) on internal fuel Service ceiling: 35,000 ft (11,000 m) Rate of climb: 3,805 ft/min (19.33 m/s) at 7,400 ft (2,300 m) (using emergency power) Time to altitude: 15,000 ft (4,600 m) in 4 minutes 30 seconds, at 160 mph (260 km/h) Wing loading: 34.6 lb/sq ft (169 kg/m2) Power/mass: 0.16 hp/lb (0.26 kW/kg) Armament Guns: 1 × 37 mm M4 cannon firing through the propeller hub 2 × .50 caliber synchronized Browning M2 machine guns, nose-mounted 2 × .50 caliber Browning M2 machine guns one each wing Bombs: Up to 500 lb (230 kg) of bombs under wings and belly The Bell P-63 Kingcobra is an American fighter aircraft that was developed by Bell Aircraft during World War II. Based on the preceding Bell P-39 Airacobra, the P-63's design incorporated suggestions from P-39 pilots and was superior to its predecessor in virtually all respects. The P-63 was not accepted for combat use by the United States Army Air Forces. However, it was used during World War II by the Soviet Air Force, which had also been the most prolific user of the P-39. General characteristics Crew: One Length: 32 ft 8 in (9.96 m) Wingspan: 38 ft 4 in (11.68 m) Height: 12 ft 7 in (3.84 m) Wing area: 248 sq ft (23.0 m2) Airfoil: root: NACA 66-116; tip: NACA 66-216 Empty weight: 6,800 lb (3,084 kg) Gross weight: 8,800 lb (3,992 kg) Max takeoff weight: 10,700 lb (4,853 kg) Powerplant: 1 × Allison V-1710-117 V-12 liquid-cooled piston engine, 1,800 hp (1,300 kW) Propellers: 4-bladed constant-speed propeller Performance Maximum speed: 410 mph (660 km/h, 360 kn) at 25,000 ft (7,600 m) Range: 450 mi (720 km, 390 nmi) Ferry range: 2,200 mi (3,500 km, 1,900 nmi) Service ceiling: 43,000 ft (13,000 m) Rate of climb: 2,500 ft/min (13 m/s) Wing loading: 35.48 lb/sq ft (173.2 kg/m2) Power/mass: 0.20 hp/lb (0.33 kW/kg) Armament Guns: 1 × 37 mm (1.5 in) M4 cannon firing through the propeller hub. From the A-9 version of the aircraft onward, the M4 gun was replaced with the slightly improved M10 37 mm cannon, which used a disintegrating link ammunition belt, increasing the ammo capacity to 58 rounds; the M10 also had a slightly higher rate of fire. 4 × 0.50 in (12.7 mm) M2 Browning machine guns (two synchronized in the nose, two in the wings) Bombs: 1,500 lb (680 kg) bomb load on wing and fuselage #airacobra #kingcobra #aircraft
According to police, six individuals died as a result of an accident that happened at a World War II air show in Dallas on Sunday. During the Saturday event Wings Over Dallas, two antique airplanes collided in the air and crashed, according to the organizers. At the Dallas Executive Airport, WWII fighter plane flying displays were part of the event.
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A Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress and a Bell P-63 Kingcobra collided at the Wings Over Dallas Airshow around 1:20 p.m. Saturday. ⚠Get more interesting and educational materials on our website and social networks pages! Our site: 🤍 We are on VK: 🤍 We are on Instagram: 🤍 We are in telegram: 🤍 We are waiting for you, colleague! ✅
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Tragedy struck yesterday, as two historic aircraft collided during a performance in the Wings Over Dallas 2022 Airshow. The aircraft involved in the collision both performed at the Wings Over Houston 2022 Airshow, just two weeks prior to this unfortunate event. Here's my footage of both aircraft performing during the show. My condolences go out to the families of the crews and those involved on both aircraft. Here's the official statement from the Commemorative Air Force (CAF): On Saturday, November 12, two aircraft were involved in a mid-air collision at Dallas Executive Airport. The aircraft were a B-17 Flying Fortress and P-63 Kingcobra, both out of the Houston area. Currently we do not have information on the status of the flight crews as emergency responders are working the accident. The Commemorative Air Force is working with local authorities, the FAA, and the NTSB will conduct a thorough investigation into the cause of the accident. Our thoughts and prayers are with those involved in the accident and their families. _ SOCIAL MEDIA Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 _ EQUIPMENT Camera: Panasonic HC-X1500 Microphone: H&A Compact Shotgun Condenser Microphone _ If you are interested in any usage of my videos, please contact me at the address given in my channel's contact details.
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In cockpit video footage flying the P-63 Kingcobra in formation with the museum's North American SNJ-3 flown by Dr. Kevin Lee and passenger Mike Jenkins at the annual 2011 Father's Day fly in at Rexburg Idaho.
June 3rd 2001 Biggin hill airshow The P-63 Kingcobra was being flown by Guy Bancroft-Wilson, when it crashed, sadly killing the pilot. Below is an extract from the AAIB report, All three aircraft waited at the holding point for Runway 03 for 15 minutes before takeoff. After take-off the aircraft held to the west of the airport for three minutes prior to commencing their display. They then ran in together and each performed a loop followed by a half cuban eight, following which the Kingcobra broke away from the other two as planned. One minute later, after performing a flypast along the display line at a measured speed of 220 kt and having passed opposite the other two aircraft, the Kingcobra was seen to pull up into a rolling, climbing manoeuvre. At the top of this manoeuvre, with the aircraft partially inverted, the pilot appeared to lose control and the aircraft entered an incipient spin. The pilot recovered the aircraft, having lost considerable height, and continued with his display. Next he flew past the crowd from left to right, carried out a wingover to the left and returned past the crowd from right to left at 190 to 195 kt. The aircraft then went out of view for some 20 seconds, in which time it was turned to the right through some 220°, before running in directly towards the crowd and pulling up into the first half of a loop. At the top of this manoeuvre, in the inverted position, full nose-up elevator was maintained and a substantial amount of right rudder was applied. The aircraft yawed to the right and then departed into an upright incipient spin. The nose dropped steeply, full nose-up elevator was maintained, and the rudder returned to neutral. The aircraft did not recover from the ensuing dive and impacted the ground in a nose down attitude at about 160 kt. There was an immediate fire that was quickly extinguished by the attending fire crew but the pilot had suffered fatal injuries in the impact. The full report is here, 🤍 *(The aircraft the commentator is talking about(P-47),was not the one i was filming) _ Why am I posting this, well i was going through my old camcorder tapes when I came across it.
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During the late 1930s Bell engineers decided to build a fighter around a new 37mm gun. It's important to note that guns of that caliber were previously used only on twin-engine aircraft… but the team at Bell wanted to install it on an single-engine fighter aircraft. This sounded really good in theory, but the military were in no rush to approve the experimental design. Eventually, though, they decided that it was worth the risk, and on the 6th of April, 1939, the initial pre-production aircraft of the new series took to the skies for the first time. 🔘 Site: 🤍 🔘 Twitch: 🤍 🔘 Twitter: 🤍 🔘 Facebook: 🤍 🔘 Forum: 🤍 #WarThunder
Multiple angles of the crash at the Dallas airshow.
A stunning aerobatic display performed in the brutish Bell P-63 King Cobra.
CAF P-63 Kingcobra "Miss Betty" takes off late Sunday afternoon at the World War II Weekend hosted by Mid-Atlantic Air Museum in Reading PA.
BBC News report of a P-63 King Cobra crashing at an air show in Britain.
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3500 esemplari prodotti, tremila dei quali furono inviati in Russia. I piloti sovietici ne furono a dir poco entusiasti. Era veloce, maneggevole, potentemente armato e dal pilotaggio molto benevolo, aveva superato i difetti che TARparono la carriera del suo predecessore, il P 39 airacobra e svolse quindi un eccellente servizio nella vvs, conseguendo molte vittorie e dimostrandosi un formidabile cacciabombardiere
A vintage P-63 Airacobra performs a flyby at an RC event. Sadly, this plane and a B-17 was lost along with six people at the airshow in Dallas. RIP
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This video was shot at the Wings Over Dallas 2017 World War II Airshow at Dallas Executive Airport on October 7th 2017. In this video you will see a P-39 AiraCobra and a P-63 KingCobra takeoff and do several flybys for the Wings Over Dallas 2017 Airshow!
P-63 King Cobra at Reno Air Races 2021
P - 63 Kingcobra crashes into B -17 Flying Fortress at a Dallas Texas air show mid-air collision on November 12, 2022. A horrible crash that cut off the bomber's tail end. I thought this could only happen in War Thunder.