The DEW Line carried footage of Sukhoi's third PAK-FA prototype, the T-50-3, in flight: "Note the absence of a pitot tube on the nose."
Safety expert David Learmount posted to his eponymous blog a clip of a rotorcraft crash in New Zealand, commenting that it "demonstrates why helicopters have a high accident rate relative to fixed wing.
Making a sound decision about whether or not to operate [in a given space] entails understanding the principles of risk management, but most pilots are not trained in it."
On Asian Skies, Greg Waldron shared a finding from the Lockheed Martin C-130J Super Hercules media flight in Dubai.
"When the C-130J is unloading cargo in a hot landing zone, the pilot can feather the aircraft's propellers while keeping the engines at a high power rating. This means the guys rushing to unload are not blanketed by dust while they work, yet the aircraft can still take off quickly if necessary."