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Offline jer11

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15 June 2007, 01:39:40
2 DGIV's want to race!.

ATC: (TWE= Transworld Express DAL=Delta air lines)
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ATC: DAL and TWE are cleared for takeoff.
DAL: I will start the engines first.
TWE: no, i am.
DAL to ATC: Cleared for takeoff rwy 33.
TWE to ATC: Cleared for take off runway 33.
***DAL starts engines***
DAL:Bye!
***TWE starts engines***
DAL: Im going faster! Acc: 14.97
TWE:waaaaaa. Acc 12.98.
TWE:grr. heavy payload.
DAL: i have a lighter payload so i'm going faster.
TWE:Engage turbo pump!
TWEpassenger1: No stop! that will make the gear collapse.
***TWE pilot holds Controls and let go of TP.***
DAL GPWS: 80 knts.
***End of recording***
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Reply #1 - 15 June 2007, 06:35:51

-Nick

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Reply #2 - 15 June 2007, 16:22:47
Jer11,

What are you doing here? I though Dan banished you?


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Reply #3 - 15 June 2007, 18:56:44
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sunshine135 wrote:
Jer11,

What are you doing here? I though Dan banished you?

:lol: i didn't post for a looooooooooong time!




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Offline R Groszewski

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Reply #4 - 16 June 2007, 18:09:23
Newly Recovered Data form CVR and FDR:

TWE: Ahhhh, S***! Pull UP! Gear Collapse! {Data from FDR shows gear collapse 4 seconds after engaging TP}
     {Pilot then acknowledges all errors. 5 seconds later, Engine No. 1 (Left) explodes and shuts down. The DGIV Yaws
to the Left.

DAL: Move over, TWE! You're going to hit me! {FDR shows Pilot Pitches up a vertical speed in excess of 1800 fpm.
     {Pilot tries to manuever around the TWE pilot.}

TWE: EJECT! {At this point, the TWE pilot engages Ejection procedure. The canopy and the emergency exits blow of
their Hinges. Due to a bug in the computer, the crew escape first, and the Pilot is ejected at the last second.}

DAL: (Unintelligible) {The DAL pilot accidentially flips backward in his attempt to go up, and flies into the uncontrolled
TWE DGIV's trajectory.} EJECT!! {The DGIV fails to eject because due to either ignorance or the Pilot not properly
completing his Procedures} AHHHHHH! EJECT! EJECT! {The pilot then realises that he does not have Eject enabled,
but It is too late for him to activate it}

At this time, both the FDR's and CVR's data become corrrupt, and no further information is recoverable. But we do
know this:

{The DAL pilot crashes and Explodes into the other DGIV. The DAL crew and Pilot are instantly killed. The TWE crew
gets caught in the blast, leaving 2 dead, and the Pilot, and the other 2 crew members with severe burns, trauma,
and other bodily damage.

RIP DAL Flight 1134, Cape Canaveral to Brighton Beach

Hey, Maybe I could use this as a storyline for a new space movie or something!   :badlink:


"Air Force Four-Five, it appears your engine has...oh, disregard...I see you've already ejected." -Heard on Scanner, KORD


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Reply #5 - 17 June 2007, 05:19:56
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R Groszewski wrote:
Hey, Maybe I could use this as a storyline for a new space movie or something!   :badlink:
Who hires pilots like that? Wait. Who hires roughnecks to fly a shuttle? Who does a lot of stuff that Hollywood shows
people doing?:damn:


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Reply #6 - 17 June 2007, 07:21:00



Does anyone like it??? I figured the "Black Ops" guys were popular, so why not have a regular Space Operations Group (SPOG)
livery for NASA also? These guys are with "A" Flight of the 8th SPOG


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Reply #7 - 17 June 2007, 18:24:27
Maybe the pilots could be Roughneck Rookies or Temps? Maybe They stayed out too long the night before, and are in
a hangover? Who knows, the only thing is that their ignorance of the Fact that They endangered others lives, and
that a DGIV cost a lot of $$$$$$$$$.


"Air Force Four-Five, it appears your engine has...oh, disregard...I see you've already ejected." -Heard on Scanner, KORD


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Reply #8 - 18 June 2007, 02:43:52
I think in this particular case it would be found to be the controllers fault for creating a runway incursion. FAA order
7110, which controls all ATC operation in the United States, says aircraft of that type require at least 6000 feet of
seperation between aircraft for takeoff clearances. In addition, for two Delta-Gliders, wake turbulence procedures
would most likely be used, in which case 2 minutes would be required between departures.


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Reply #9 - 21 February 2008, 13:16:09
TRANSWORLD BULLETIN:

***DAL/TAL CRASH INVESTEGATION***

NEWS REPORTER: On 06/15/2007, two DGIVs crashed after a air-racing craze which should NEVER be attempted. 2 DGIVs, one from the DELTA AIRLINES,
and one from the TRANSWORLD EXPRESS were to deliver supplies, but, instead, raced. The recording of the flight will be shown below:


2 DGIV's want to race!.

ATC: (TWE= Transworld Express DAL=Delta air lines)
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ATC: DAL and TWE are cleared for takeoff.
DAL: I will start the engines first.
TWE: no, i am.
DAL to ATC: Cleared for takeoff rwy 33.
TWE to ATC: Cleared for take off runway 33.
***DAL starts engines***
DAL:Bye!
***TWE starts engines***
DAL: Im going faster! Acc: 14.97
TWE:waaaaaa. Acc 12.98.
TWE:grr. heavy payload.
DAL: i have a lighter payload so i'm going faster.
TWE:Engage turbo pump!
TWEpassenger1: No stop! that will make the gear collapse.
***TWE pilot holds Controls and let go of TP.***
DAL GPWS: 80 knts.
***End of recording***
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Please do not try to imitate them as this is highly DANGEROUS.

The SPACETECH SYSTEMS CORP. got sued $480,000,000 for the both crashed DGIVs. An additional $567 was added for hiring and training the crew, and the
SPACETECH SYSTEMS CORP. was grounded for six years... and the supplies will have to be delivered by 2012.

Posted by Galelio


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