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MITO SAC Style: watch B-52Gs and KC-135As performing a Minimum Interval Takeoff Departure
The B-52G's and KC-135A's featured in the clip are from the 416 BMW, at the former Griffiss AFB, NY. The video in this post shows how Strategic Air Command (SAC) aircraft did a Minimum Interval Takeoff (MITO) departure back in the day, BEFORE the collapse of the Soviet Union. According to the footage...
Former B-52 driver explains what it's like performing a Minimum Interval Takeoff (MITO) departure
"One of the most insane maneuvers we practiced in SAC was the MITO, where we would take off fifteen seconds behind the preceding B-52 to practice our wartime departure procedures," Jay Lacklen, former B-52 pilot The cool video in this post features U.S. Air Force (USAF) B-52 Stratofortress bombers during a Minimum Interval Takeoff (MITO) exercise. A Minimum Interval Takeoff is...

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