The US authorities has ordered a overview of the best way Boeing's 737 Max plane acquired its licence to fly.
It comes after two crashes in 5 months, amid strategies from specialists that there have been "clear similarities" between the disasters.
Transport secretary Elaine Chao has requested the US inspector common to audit the plane's certification course of. #2what.com #aircraft#aviation#review#safety
This Australian owned Convair C-131F Samaritan Bureau Number 141025, stands idle at the Pima Air and Space Museum Restoration Yard. Davis Monthan placed her in the storage area at Pima Air and Space Museum on March 2002. Listed on eBay in 2006, 141025 found a buyer, Historical Aircraft Restoration Society, Registration N3400V reserved Oct 15, 2007. Prior to that this Convair R4Y-1 Navy version of commercial CV-340 sat at Military Aircraft Storage and Destruction Center (MASDC) in Tucson, Arizona as 1G0020 since September 18, 1984.
The Rocketeer, the official newspaper of the Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake community photographed Samaritan C-131F BuNo 141025 at the VIP terminal parking area wearing Naval Air Station Patuxent River markings Naval Air Facility China Lake on August 9, 1968. Navy publications photographed her July 24 in China Lake and later that year at Patuxent River on November 13, 1968. The Navy assigned R4Y-1 141025 to the NATC, Weapons Systems Test, Electronic Test Laboratory. Previous assignments include China Lake, Chief of Naval Technical Training NAS Memphis and and finally Chief of Naval Air Training, NAS Corpus Christi on December 21, 1978. Her flight logs report 13,685 hours.
Technical Specifications incude a 105 ft 4 inch Wingspan, a Length of 81 feet 6 inch, a Height of 29 feet 2 inch and Weight of 54,600 lbs (loaded). Twin Pratt & Whitney R-2800-99W radial engines generated 2,500 horsepower each, a max speed 293 mph at service ceiling 24,500 feet and a range of 1,605 miles. This Navy-Marines variant holds 44 passengers and 4 man crew.
The January 2018 HARS Newsletter reported that mechanics had traveled for several times in 2017 for tests and engine runs for the ferry flight to Australia. Injuries sustained by the pilot on a previous crash has put the project on hold.
Dr_djent history time.
It's been a very long time. This post is personal to me and about my hatred of racism and anti semitism.
There should be no racism. No anti semitism. Ever. Nearly all of my friends during elementary and college were Muslims. Personally being a white atheist in one of the most culturally diverse cities in the UK, believe what you want to believe. If it makes you happy and comfortable, do it.
Anyway back to the tattoo... There is a film called schindler's list. I'm sure you've heard of it. If not, you need to. It's number 6 best film ever made on IMDB.
It's a true story about a German man named Oscar Schindler. A man that owned a business during WW2 where most of his employees were Jews. With nazi occupation during the war, he tried to save as many as he could. It's claimed he saved as many as 1200 Jews from being sent to concentration camps. The people he saved melted their gold teeth, jewely
... Anything they had down and made Schindler a gold ring that reads this sentence in Hebrew.
"He who saves one life, saves the world entire"
As schindler's list is the only film that made me cry, I decided to remind myself of what happened during the holocaust, and that I should feel lucky that I'm here.
Sorry for the long post.