doesn,t anyone else think this reeks of an unbeliebable case of'sweeping it under a rug'..sorry but i,d be too impulsive and find myself a fim-92 to
protect my home and family. this guy shoud have been grounded IMMEDIATELY and action taken
From FAR. 91.119 - Minimum safe altitudes: General.
Except when necessary for takeoff or landing, no person may operate an aircraft below the following altitudes: ...
an altitude of 1000ft above the highest obstacle within a horizontal radius of 2,000 ft of the aircraft Over congested areas. Over any congested area
of a city, town, or settlement, or over any open air assembly of persons...................
"1000FT HIGH AND ABOVE,NO CLOSER THAN 2000FT FROM ANYTHING . "
this guy should have been OVER half a mile away from you AT ALL TIMES
14 CFR § 91.119 (b)
FAA Question Code: PVT106V11
FAA Subject Code: B08 - Flight Rules--General - (refer to General Operating and Flight Rules (14 CFR Part 91).) "
ok, i dont think you should worry about the smoke as this was probably exploiting a loophole that cropdusters CAN fly lower 'WHILE DUSTING'
but i am assuming that you, your wife and your property 'DO NOT' look like a field full of vegetables
this is a DISGUSTING cover up. obviously this guy had clearance to proceed with this 'low level proximity training' from a higher authority than the
f.a.a as they were obviously overruled..UNBELIEVABLE..i,m only halfway the the story too...
man you have to get this to ALEX JONES.. i dont particularly like his style of presenting 'sounds too much like a pre american wrestling match hype
up' BUT he WILL get this maximum publicity and has the potential/influence to get people fired over this..
good for you aforce.hang in there. if no-one else will I WILL PERSONALLY follow this up to the best of my ability.i,m in no position of power or
significance but i know who is and i have a LOT of free time and i have some serious personal motivation over this.
mann i,m soooo angry. more than anything i,ve read on here for the entire time i,ve been reading ats 3yrs or so