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ACRO E-mail Archive Thread: [IAC-L:1357] Re: misc Q on John Denver



                


Thread: [IAC-L:1357] Re: misc Q on John Denver

Message: [IAC-L:1357] Re: misc Q on John Denver

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From: harley at tcdesigns.com (harley Carnes)

Date: Thu, 16 Oct 1997 06:33:01 UTC


Message:

 'Bwana' Bob Buckley wrote:
> 
> Harley Carnes (harley at tcdesigns.com) wrote:
> 
> >
> > The unofficial theory is that .. he was low, <500 agl, moving fairly
> > quickly and while leaning forward to adjust/reset/redial his txpdr,
> > may have leaned on the stick.  Couple of seconds later - wham.
> >
> 
> Don't they have side yokes (F-16. Airbus), not sticks?
> 
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Old vernacular habits -- 
stick, yoke, or side controller - a little forward pressure, while
making an adjustment could abbreviate the flight. 

No one can possibly know at this point, anyway. NTSB oughta come up with
something by this time next year, anyway ..




                


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