Skip to comments.Search for Missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Faces Possible Delay of Up to Six Weeks
Posted on 05/02/2014 7:22:35 AM PDT by afraidfortherepublicEdited on 05/02/2014 7:54:34 AM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]
SYDNEY—The search for Malaysia Airlines 3786.KU 0.00% Flight 370 might be delayed up to six weeks by negotiations with civilian contractors that have equipment that can scan deep trenches in the southern Indian Ocean, according to a person familiar with the investigation.
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Think of all the logistic maneuvers that can be accomplished during this long, long “search”.
The MSM just needs some big headlines that aren't associated with this White House's massive failures and lies and crimes.
My company manufactures sensors used in undersea mapping for the oil industry. We just received an unexpectedly large, rush order for these devices. We think there may be a connection.
What a Relief, dudes!!!! For a minute there, I was totally a-scared that I might not know exactly what happened by 5/1/15.
I’m still intrigued by the little bit of news that slipped out yesterday, which said that the supposed cockpit voice recording provided by Malaysia had been altered - in four different places.
Malaysia, I think, knows perfectly well what happened to this plane. The only question is why they want to hide it. Now, of course, they’re in so deep in lies that they can’t possibly backtrack. But why they did so in the first place is more than a little puzzling.
Big meeting next week:
Next week, international aviation experts and investigators are planning to meet privately in Canberra in an attempt to further refine estimates of where the plane likely crashed, according to a person familiar with the investigation. The experts, including a panel of air-crash investigators and officials from Boeing Co. and satellite operator Inmarsat PLC, will collectively examine closely guarded military radar data to see whether any new conclusions can be drawn, the person said.
According to the maps released Thursday, investigators calculated the probable area where the plane ran out of fuel based on speeds ranging from about 323 knots to 350 knots. Depending on altitude, that difference could amount to as much as a 716-nautical-mile gap between the “highest-probability area” for wreckage, versus the “lowest” and “mid-probability” areas.
We build to order, but the orders are impressive.
I think you have the names wrong. Try thinking China, USA and Russia telling Malaysia what to say and when to say it.
No, I think if you look at it, you’ll see that Malaysia started to mislead from the very beginning. Starting with their failure to respond to messages from Vietnam about 20 minutes after the plane was supposedly handed off saying that it had never entered their airspace and there was no radar trace of it.
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