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(CNN)   Interesting story of mid-air crash survivor and the wreckage found 37 years later. With Slideshow goodness   (edition.cnn.com) divider line 13
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2012-09-07 03:58:08 AM  
Interesting
 
2012-09-07 04:00:44 AM  

colinspooky: Interesting


Very Interesting..
 
2012-09-07 04:31:23 AM  
Where did they bury him?
 
2012-09-07 04:39:55 AM  

The Iron duke: colinspooky: Interesting

Very Interesting..


1.bp.blogspot.com
 
2012-09-07 05:28:01 AM  

RoyBatty: The Iron duke: colinspooky: Interesting

Very Interesting..

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Hah!
I saw a tapping of a show after i wandered away from my group..Its was Groovy man..
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2012-09-07 07:41:44 AM  
Slideshows are not goodness. But thanks for the warning. Now I know not to waste a click on them.
 
2012-09-07 08:04:21 AM  

Hetfield: Where did they bury him?


Came for this.

Oddly, leaving more satisfied by Arte Johnson.
 
2012-09-07 08:46:56 AM  

Honest Bender: Slideshows are not goodness. But thanks for the warning. Now I know not to waste a click on them.


The slide show is 4 or 5 pics, but theres a link to the Company's website with a really crappy page and terrible template, with pics..but you gotta work though their illogical system of past and current projects.
I just Can't..
 
2012-09-07 10:16:51 AM  
The wreckage was found 37 years later?! That's some good investigatin', there, Lou.

/also, "tapping"?
 
2012-09-07 10:18:43 AM  

Diagonal: The wreckage was found 37 years later?! That's some good investigatin', there, Lou.

/also, "tapping"?


Please disregard my morning about of the stoopids.

No excuse, sir!
 
2012-09-07 10:34:52 AM  
The most impressive part of that? He was responsible for crashing a fighter plane and it didn't end his career in the navy.
 
2012-09-07 01:43:14 PM  

aniyn: The most impressive part of that? He was responsible for crashing a fighter plane and it didn't end his career in the navy.


If the Navy canned everyone that made a mistake they would not have any good pilots left.

For example..

"McCain did lose two Navy aircraft while piloting them. One crash was found to be be McCain's fault, the other due to an engine failure of undetermined cause.. A third was destroyed on the deck of the carrier USS Forrestal when a missile fired accidentally from another plane hit either the plane next to McCain's or, less likely, his own aircraft, triggering a disastrous fire that killed 134 sailors and nearly killed McCain. A fourth plane was lost when he was shot down over North Vietnam on a bombing mission over Hanoi.

A fifth alleged "crash" turns out to be a misinterpretation of a flight accident that did not result in the loss of the aircraft. McCain admitted to causing that incident through "daredevil clowning" but returned safely. "
 
2012-09-07 05:24:01 PM  

aniyn: The most impressive part of that? He was responsible for crashing a fighter plane and it didn't end his career in the navy.


Clearly, it's very different when you dent one of their precious ships....
 
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