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regs re flying outside the limitations of a plane...?



 
 
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Old July 9th 03, 04:12 PM
Ron Natalie
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Default regs re flying outside the limitations of a plane...?


"Roger Halstead" wrote in message ...


Was Tex Johnston breaking any regulations when he pulled his aileron
roll in the Dash-80?


The aircraft was an experimental.


And he had a whole bunch of reporters on board who were naturally all
wearing parachutes?

What reporters? The only people aboard were Tex Johnson and his copilot Jim Garnett.
The reporters and Boeing brass were all sitting on the ground watching the boat races.


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