Investigators say a technical report seems to support the theory that the plane dove at high speed into the ocean.
In this March 31, 2014 file photo, the shadow of a Royal New Zealand Air Force P3 Orion is seen on low level cloud while the aircraft searches for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 in Jeff, I’m so interested to see how you behave when they do find the plane in the SIO and all of your (constantly changing) tin-foil theories are pletely discredited. Tags:
mh370, debris, fouling, supports, Reading the Secrets of MH370 Black box da is the ne plus ultra of aircraft accident investigion. But it is t the only kind of physical evidence. Pieces of debris—in particular, their dents and fractures — can tell a vivid In the year since the vanishing of , I appeared on CNN more than 50 times, wched my spouse’s eyes glaze over dinner, and fell in with a group of borderline-obsessive ameur aviion
more like MH370 analysis: No one at controls during crash
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