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FF SAFETY: AF 447 : Conclusion (PART 5)

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In trying to determine the cause, its 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-330s 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 […]

FE Talk: Humpday Hangout

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Eric Lamar
Our American Sharia
Should all weapons be legal? Should some be more difficult to obtain in order to protect children? Calling the support of a Sandy Hook fundraiser "betrayal" is sharia sheikh trash talk. Folks that think it's not, don't care about innocent children. Shoe fit? Where it.
2015-04-24 22:16:35
Jonathan Weinberg
Our American Sharia
Perhaps the reason Spartacus thinks that "controls to prevent another “Adam Lanza” somehow is a restriction on lawful guns owners" because the controls that were put in place after the Sandy Hook travesty were, in fact, restrictions on lawful gun owners. In fact, in New York, guns that had been lawfully purchased by lawful gun…
2015-04-24 22:08:54
Eric Lamar
Our American Sharia
BTW- What warped definition of logic compels you to assume that controls to prevent another "Adam Lanza" somehow is a restriction on lawful guns owners?
2015-04-21 17:16:11
Eric Lamar
Our American Sharia
Please try to stay on topic. It is very simple--will sane and reasonable citizens do all humanely possible to protect children against homicidal children? The hardcore gun lobby passes for a harem of sharia sheikhs. Nanny state? Please. Let's protect children with entirely reasonable actions. The sky won't fall.
2015-04-21 17:11:42
Spartacus
Our American Sharia
Step away from the kool-aid. The Sandy Hook promise is nothing more than a thinly veiled attempt at more gun control. You want increased mental health funding and programs, fine. What we don't need are any more laws that restrict law-abiding gun owners. Note that Adam Lanza was not a law abiding gun owner. Nor…
2015-04-21 16:48:27
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