You're right, you link did not work! Now, are you talking about this one?For Rogue. You'll especially appreciate the last two pictures. Outstanding. If the link does not work as usual, just google "Times when you just have to trust the pilot".
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The first helo picture is a BV-117 (BV stands for Boeing Vertol)(CH-46 Sea Knight) and the second is a BV-441 (CH-47 Chinook). In both cases, any qualified pilot who can not do either maneuver, is not worth their salt.
As far as the Chinook is concerned, we two-wheel taxi all the time and the technique is the same. First of all the pilots sets the parking brake. Then the enlisted crew in the back talks the pilot down and makes sure the aircraft is on a solid surface. As the rear wheels touch down, the pilot puts in about two inches of aft stick which puts weight on the rear wheels. And then he just sits there!
The Chinook as a dual electronic stability system and is a Cadillac to fly. You can literally fly it with one finger on the stick! Now when a Chinook becomes a bwitch to fly is when you lose both of the SASs (Stability Augmentation Systems) and then it wants to switch ends in flight at 160 mph!!!
I once had to fly a Chinook with both SASs out and one engine on emergency trim from the DMZ in Korea back to our base. It was only an hour flight but I was wore out when I landed.