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Old November 19th 03, 01:48 PM
Big John
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This one you've got to see.

Received from my ex Air Force buddy now working for FAA.

Could be the reason they are pushing for the 767 G

http://disastercity.com/kc135/

Big John
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Old November 19th 03, 03:21 PM
Chris Hoffmann
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HO
LEE
CRAP

.........

I'll bet his intestines pressurized too when that happened...

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This one you've got to see.

Received from my ex Air Force buddy now working for FAA.

Could be the reason they are pushing for the 767 G

http://disastercity.com/kc135/

Big John



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Old November 19th 03, 03:49 PM
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"Chris Hoffmann" wrote in message


I'll bet his intestines pressurized too when that happened...


More likely suffered rapid DEcompression...

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Old November 19th 03, 04:36 PM
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In article , Big John
wrote:

This one you've got to see.
Received from my ex Air Force buddy now working for FAA.
Could be the reason they are pushing for the 767 G


I would suggest that this was a rather successful demonstration of how
well the airframes are holding up. The gauge was on its second time
around!!! Try that with a 76.
 




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