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Is it possible one of my fellow members can give us another summary of the current situation?
Is it stupid to think that this plane may have been part of some kind of UFO attack with multiple UFO's/USO's involved?
flight may have turned back
5 passengers did not board
2 stolen passports
2 or 4 suspect names
FBI has joined investigation
reply to post by Zaphod58
These oil slicks make it sound like there was no explosion at the fuel tanks, wouldn't that fuel be burned if there was explosion.
My only guess is explosion at the front of the plane breaking it apart from where the fuel is stored instantly.
I am just a arm chair like most of us here are.
but any thoughts on why their would be oil slicks?
reply to post by amraks
lol, I don't watch all of his videos and if I do it's mostly to watch the video not just to listen to him.
However, someone needs to explain why these people described the object as "strange" on CNN.
Clearing Turns There are certain aspects of training stalls that are the same for all of them. Every stall should (must) be preceded by 90 degree clearing turns left and right. (The clearing turns should be as precise as to amount of turn, angle of bank, altitude, and heading as though they were part of the stall process.) The well performed practice stall will result in an initial loss of 100'. The actual stall may be called as incipient, partial, full, or aggravated. The longer a stall is aggravated or held, the more airspeed decreases. This means either more power or altitude will be required during recovery. The recovery is always with full power, no flaps, in a climb, and at best rate of climb speed (65 kts). An old FAA recommendation was that 300' be gained during recovery but the time required is not practical in many cases. Trim for any climb.