One Bad A$$ Pilot Puts His Helicopter Down In Rough Sea Weather

This isn’t video games. This is the real deal. A Navy pilot putting is putting his helicopter down on the high seas and it’s nothing to scoff at.

People engrossed in video games might talk about how easy it is to do. But, they should know that they get help from the computer. They pinpoint the target and the computer helps them guide the helicopter down to the pad.

But, a Navy pilot can’t just hit a button and let the computer take control. Watch how he moves with the ship. The sea is basically manhandling the ship as it tosses back and forth and the pilot don’t even care. He has absolutely no F*** to give as he brings it down and puts it on the pad.

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