If you’ve got a hard g force on your body while flying, how was it like??
It’s like going up and down a rollercoaster at high speeds :/.
Thanks for your information. Was it fun??
When you climb out you are kind of pressed in your seat and it feels like your stomach/guts are being kinda squeezed.
0 g is rather weird but fun.
It was… something, although my heart and lungs were feeling like it was about to explode, it was okay.
I had that happen to me once during cruise.
When you do even basic aeros in a light aircraft you pull a significant amount of G - I love the feeling personally. Lots of people find it overwhelming because it feels like something is pressing down on your whole body, it’s rather strange. Fun though!
Basically, imagine one of the cyclone rides at the fair. Then intensify that to the 300th power. That is what G-forces in a fighter or high speed aircraft. I took a trip in a high speed jet and basically got blasted into my seat.
Oh god while climbing, it feels very bad but I kind of got used to it ;)
Once did a take off in a fighter jet. You get pinned to your seat like you cannot move unlike being in a commercial jet. Then the pilot pulled the stick back and wow. Weird but very very fun feeling as the blood rushes to head lol
Positive g-force is fine, in fact I almost like how it feels, negative g is a different story. You get pushed up and it’s horrible, you get used to it but if you’re not, youre guaranteed to hate it. You need to go through winch failures in glider training and it involves pushing the nose down and pulling loads of negative g and the first I experienced it I actually pulled the airbrakes open by accident
I actually did this in a lesson yesterday. We first did a 2G turn which was quite surreal given it’s a C152. Your body is pushed into the seat and you feel super heavy.
Zero G is a lot of fun. My flight instructor put a pen on my palm then flew the plan straight up (1.5G) then straight down (0G). Within a second the pen was out of my hand and floating in mid air. Quite astonishing.
I love it that all I have to say
I did some dog fighting in a Nanchang last year over the pacific. I pulled about 6.3G’s and didn’t black out lol. (Wasn’t one at the controls at the time we pulled that)
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