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(NBC Bay Area)   NTSB begins investigating air show crash involving a 77 year old pilot. Initial reports say the plane went several minutes with the left blinker light on   ( nbcbayarea.com) divider line
    More: Followup, Travis Air Force Base, National Transportation Safety Board, Half Moon Bay, NBC Bay Area, video collection, KCRA, aerobatics, International Council  
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2014-05-07 06:44:08 PM  
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bigbobowski: I live near an airport, I can watch planes take off and land all day long. it really isn't that exciting.

I get a feeling that people don't go to airshows to watch the planes taking off and landing.
2014-05-07 06:23:16 PM  
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Eddie was a Gem and a Gent.I knew him from the Half Moon Bay Pilots Association.He left two sons and grandchildren.And a lot of friends .
2014-05-07 05:11:53 PM  
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civilian aviatio, in general tends to be a rich, older mans hobby nowadays. this gentleman did not start his carreer in barnstorming until his late fifties till he could well afford to do so.

in fact, most of all the money making stunt pilots I have known in my life have all been forty and over years old... the forty somethings being the young'ns. The 20 and 30 something stunt pilots out there have usually been born into the bizness
2014-05-07 05:05:08 PM  
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