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FF SAFETY: AF 447 : Conclusion (PART 5)

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In trying to determine the cause, itís almost instinctive to focus on the pilot at the controls, since it was his inputs which led to the nose high pitch and stall.† Indeed, in all of the other cruise incidents where mis-matched speeds caused some combination of auto-pilot/auto thrust shutdown along with an alternate law operating […]

FF SAFETY: AF 447 : Investigation (PART 4)

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Today is the fourth in a five-part series exploring the loss of Air France Flight 447 and the lessons firefighters can learn about effective teamwork, communication and decision making in a high risk environment. Air Speed and Pitot Tubes The A-330ís computerized flight systems are critically reliant on reliable air speed data.† This information is […]

FF Safety: AF 447 : In the Cockpit (Part 3)

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Once airborne, AF-447, very close to its maximum take-off weight, flew north for some distance, inland of Recife before proceeding out over the Atlantic.† They climbed to their assigned flight level of 350 (35,000 ft.) The flight crew conversed with air traffic controllers at various points.† There were three flight crew on board because of […]

FF Safety: Air France 447 : Search (Part Two)

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Today is the second of a five-part series exploring the loss of Air France Flight 447 and the lessons firefighters can learn about effective teamwork, communication and decision making in a high risk environment. In the days immediately after the disappearance of AF-447, bodies and lighter pieces of the aircraft were located on the ocean […]

FF Safety: Air France 447: 263 Seconds (Part One)

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Today is the beginning of a five-part series exploring the loss of Air France Flight 447 and the lessons firefighters can learn about effective teamwork, communication and decision making in a high risk environment. On May 31st, 2009, at about 22:30, Air France flight 447 departed Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, on a scheduled flight to […]

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R.L. Jordan
It’s OK.
I agree Eric. The child who shot the instructor is the victim. The parents are responsible for this tragedy as equally as the instructor himself and the management of the shooting range. Another example of a total lack of common sense. And as usual, captured on video for all the world to see.
2014-09-17 02:08:26
Victoria Huckenpahler
It’s OK.
I'm not fully in agreement with you on this, Eric. Yes, one wonders what those parents were thinking, allowing a child to handle that kind of weaponry. And yes, they owe the victim's family a huge apology (which they may have made privately). But from the other side, the victim's family has the wisdom and…
2014-09-16 14:25:43
Mike Schwartz
Techno: Could Be Time
It's about time! Guess you can teach an old dog new tricks.
2014-09-14 22:30:09
jb
Labor: Leave Ray Rice Alone
What Ray and his wife need is alcoholol rehabilitation. Would any of this have happened if they were both not totally drunk on their assess?
2014-09-14 15:10:22
Prince
Labor: Leave Ray Rice Alone
I have something to say... I have no problem with the NFL kicking Ray Rice out the NFL league for hitting his fiancee....... but that door have to swing both ways..... if a woman who play basketball in the WNBA hit her fiancee on video........ should the WNBA kick her out of the WNBA.......... what…
2014-09-13 13:50:33
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It's OK.
Welcome to the Club
Welcome to the Club
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The Part We Forget
The Part We Forget

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