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VIDEO

Aero Telemetry

Air Force One 747 First Flight Test

 

Aero Telemetry and Joe Bok recently completed this flyable USAF Air Force One Unmanned Air Vehicle. Big, Beautiful and Powerful. Fast and Agile. Only one in the World. All Electric Powered. Piloted by UAS Master Technician Red Jensen. Flight Crew team members Derek Abramson, Joe Bok and Justin Hall. Flown on November 11, 2017 at Edwards Air Force Base, California.

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Aero Telemetry H-1 Racer Project 2010

 

Joe Bok and his Aero Telemetry team designed and built the Hughes H-1 Racer Airplane for the AMA 75th Anniversary Event over the course of roughly 4 months in 2010.

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Airplanes of

The Aviator

 

The gigantic scale airplanes of the Hughes XF-11, H1 Racer and Spruce Goose, flown for the Academy Award winning film, The Aviator.  Designed and built by Joe Bok and the Aero Telemetry team in less than 3 months, these beautiful scale models provided realistic flying sequences for the film.

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Wright R-3350 Radial Engine Run

This vintage aircraft engine is from a Howard Hughes owned Lockheed Constellation. It was removed from the plane in the 1960's and stored at a museum. This video captures the first start of this 3500HP engine after more than 50 years.

 

Completed in 2007 by Norman Stubbs of TBM this rare 3350-93B engine is one of the most powerful radial engines ever produced. It represents one of the last running survivors from a bygone era of piston engine powered commercial airplanes.

 

This is the first video of the "Engine Run Series" and features several start-ups of this engine and other 3350 engines. A propeller pitch failure caused the first run of the famous engine to be cut short.

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USC Viterbi

Alumni Profile

USC Viterbi School of Engineering Alumni Joe Bok discusses his company Aero Telemetry, Inc., building model planes for Martin Scorsese’s Academy Award winning film The Aviator, and how being a linebacker on the University of Southern California football team made him a better businessman.

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