I have posted on this forum several times about a student I had in a class I taught that was the one on a sub in the Navy in the position of "locking on" targets in the area 800 went down, and they would practice by locking onto commercial aircraft. he said it was only one more step to fire. I am not saying that is the case in this, but it was not a center tank aircraft failure that caused it. There *may* be some NTSB agents have never SEEN an airplane before becoming an investigator ;)
What kind of weapon was he 'locking on' with? Do you know the name?
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