Feb 19, 2019
99 Air Force Pilot Crash in Cirrus SR22 - Safety Moment with Rob Mark
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99 Shockingly, an Air Force test pilot crashed while landing and died in a Cirrus SR22. Max and Rob pull the accident apart and examine how failure to follow procedures caused this crash. The pilot entered the traffic pattern two hundred feet low. But on base he was 12 knots fast with an 18-knot tailwind. Turning to final at just 200 feet above the ground he was pitched up and in a 48 degree bank.
Mentioned in the Show
NTSB Final Report - SR22 Crash at San Antonio, TX
Air Force Press Release on the crash
Northrup T-38 supersonic jet trainer
Rob Mark's JetWhine Blog
Simple Flight Radio - Air Force Captain Nathan Dial interview
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