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Men Survive Hours In Deadly Sea Storm After Helicopter Crash | I Shouldn't Be Alive S6 EP6 | Wonder

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A rescue team are on a mission to save a stranded sailor in the middle of an ocean storm. With torrential rain, strong winds and towering ocean waves the mission takes a horrible turn as the weather starts to send the helicopter haywire. As they spiral out of control the crew are forced to ditch their vessel and jump into the deep. Now they’re the ones who need saving, floating aimlessly in the middle of the sea.

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Date: May 17, 2020

46 thoughts on “Men Survive Hours In Deadly Sea Storm After Helicopter Crash | I Shouldn't Be Alive S6 EP6 | Wonder

  1. That is some amazing cinematography when they were going under the water together 39:48. They say there is chaos and beauty in death's arms, they captured that amazingly not just in this episode but the ice creak one as well.

  2. This documentary relates to a compilation of the U.S.A armed forces rescue Helicopters operations of the late 1980's and early 1990's. Still, it's mainly based of an operation that occurred in 1989; where for precaution 2 Helicopters where sent to a rescue mission due to the tough weather conditions of that day. What actually happened was that the 1st Helicopter had to ditch in the Ocean with a technical issue aggravated by the storm and the crew from the 2nd Helicopter risked it all to save their comrades from the stormy sea. They managed to save 3 colleagues and one wasn't possible to be found within useful time. The reality is that in the middle a storm and during the night ,the coast guard wouldn't find them. One can say that it was a well put together story.

  3. 46:10
    Spoilers!

    "For 10 days, a combined forces operation searched almost 100 square kilometers of ocean for Rick."

    Well that's odd. So, 100 square kilometers is about 60 square miles. But I just watched the American version (yes, the American version is slightly different; a little shorter, different narrator, and they use the not-metric system), and according to that version, they actually searched 33,000 square miles. So which one is it?

  4. I was just at the part where the helicopter was trying to rescue the three guys and my dog had to have a bowel movement🐶😳 grrrrr I had to pause this video and wait for the awesome rescue.

  5. Dave being stuck in the helicopter stopped my heart; even though you know he is going to live because he was narrating I couldn’t help thinking is he going to make it 💁

  6. me preparing to go take a shower "aight bois, we may not make it back, but that's a risk I'm willing to take." hugs rubber duckies one last time

  7. This is absolutely absurd! First the rescue team goes to save the man and after seeing him in immense danger, determines they can’t do it😑then their chopper runs out of gas🙄what in the world??!!

  8. Whoever directs/produces these – give them a bash in Hollywood because agains the current crop they are sure to have success…Hell, give them the Star Wars franchise

  9. Why did that yacht guy need saving in the first place? He was on a perfectly seaworthy boat designed to withstand storms like this. The video even mentioned he was "rescued" the next day so it turned out he didn't even need to be saved at that time they could've just waited until the morning.

  10. I think it was instant karma for leaving the fishermen the millitary leaves a civilian n god showed them how it felt to need to be saved they signed up to protect civilians they get paid by the civilians to save civilians.

  11. Rescue team should hav trained themselves with all equipment and carry all needed stuffs before heading to rescue .bcz there z no hope if u once failed. Apart from this short story is so beautifully made. I hit star 5 out of 5.

  12. Must be the highest form of fear to jump in to a sea like that….. and those life rafts needs a big time re-design, they need to be able to close them and shut them completely so they are waterproof and so people cant fall out from them , designed to be upside down and visa versa all the time , u cant have one drop of water coming in , needs to be water proof , what a joke.

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