Re: TWA radar image of cargo door

Date:         16 Apr 97 01:55:59 
From:         no@junk.mail (Mike Neus)
Organization: Texas Instruments
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In article <airliners.1997.868@ohare.Chicago.COM>, swestin@ford.com says...
>In article <airliners.1997.818@ohare.Chicago.COM> barry@corazon.com writes:
>>   The forward cargo door was seen by primary radar and human eyes as it
>> departed TWA 800. It left first of all the pieces to go, and landed
>> closest to the takeoff point. The door has failed before. The effect of
>> departing caused an explosive decompression which was recorded on the
>> cockpit voice recorder as a sudden loud sound just before an abrupt power
>> cut. The cut occurred when the nose separated from the rest of the body by
>> the force of the 300 knot slipstream crumpling the nose into the cargo
>> door hole caused crease.
>
>Please explain how UA811 returned safely to Hawaii, while TW800 fell
>into the ocean when allegedly the same thing happened.

Not only that, but he faults Pan Am 103 to a faulty cargo door when a bomb
blew it out of the sky.  Just another troll at work...

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