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Old 12-18-2006, 09:47 AM
Don P-Factor Don P-Factor is offline
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Default NXT Relentless Story

After reading Marc's account of his experience I am inclined to also provide another account from my good friend Kevin. Flying an NXT over mountainous terrain he had smoke in the cockpit at 12K feet. Oil covered the windscreen and there was no flat terrain for miles. Read it here.
http://www.relentlessairracing.com/news/n-apr-11-06.php
http://www.ntsb.gov/ntsb/brief.asp?e...12X00424&key=1
Marc and Kevin both provide an excellent account and relay to us the proper actions after being faced with an emergency. Everyone should make a plan for multiple emergency scenarios, review the plan and physically practice the plan.
Thanks again to Marc for providing us with the overview of his emergency and successful outcome. Don.
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