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ASA ICT in the mud??

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Feb 23, 2005
So wassup?

I got nothing!!!
It more than likely blew a tire on ldg, went about 50 feet in to the mud. No injuries. No damage to the jet.
Investigation Into Latest Mid-Continent Airplane Incident Begins
By Megahn Snyder (WICHITA, Kan.)

Federal investigators with the National Transportation Safety Board and the Federal Aviation Administration will decide whether to take a deeper look into Mid-Continent's second airplane incident this week.

A Delta plane drove off the runway and into the grass Thursday night. It was rolling along at a slow speed. No one was hurt.

Local officials can't tell us why the plane went off the asphalt, but the plane was taken to a local aircraft plant for inspection.

Pronunciation: \ˈdrīv\
Function: verb

3 a : to impart a forward motion to by physical force b : to repulse, remove, or cause to go by force, authority, or influence c : to set or keep in motion or operation 4 a : to direct the motions and course of b : to operate the mechanism and controls and direct the course of (as a vehicle)
If you are dumb enough to actually believe anyone in the news media has any idea what the hell they are going on about aviation-wise, you are one silly, silly little monkey.

Exactly. When is the last time a plane "skidded" off the runway? That's the normal verb they use.

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