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Danish MH-60R Seahawk Pilot Makes Insane Ship Landing in Rough Seas

Published Dec. 14, 2021

If you've ever wondered what it looks like to land an MH-60r Seahawk on the back of a ship while Poseidon is trying to consume the ship you're intending to land on, this is the video for you.


What you're looking at here is some intense footage of a Danish pilot landing on the deck of a ship in rough waters. If you've never seen a feat like this in real life, it's difficult to grasp the intensity and skill required from the pilots to pull something like this off.


In the past, I had the opportunity to interview a helicopter pilot. He said, "Hovering a helicopter is like balancing on a large ball while trying to juggle with one hand and brush your teeth with the other." Now, imagine you're doing all of that while trying to land in high winds, and the platform you intend to land on is freely swaying right underneath of you.


Massive respect to the pilots who pull this kind of work off every day like it's some kind of routine operation.


josh brooks

Published Dec. 14, 2021

If you've ever wondered what it looks like to land an MH-60r Seahawk on the back of a ship while Poseidon is trying to consume the ship you're intending to land on, this is the video for you.


What you're looking at here is some intense footage of a Danish pilot landing on the deck of a ship in rough waters. If you've never seen a feat like this in real life, it's difficult to grasp the intensity and skill required from the pilots to pull something like this off.


In the past, I had the opportunity to interview a helicopter pilot. He said, "Hovering a helicopter is like balancing on a large ball while trying to juggle with one hand and brush your teeth with the other." Now, imagine you're doing all of that while trying to land in high winds, and the platform you intend to land on is freely swaying right underneath of you.


Massive respect to the pilots who pull this kind of work off every day like it's some kind of routine operation.


josh brooks

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