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FOREWORD by Phil Boyer In this groundbreaking new book you will learn about 32 mistakes that John F. Kennedy Jr. made during his fatal flight. Be prepared to be drawn into a gripping narrative that places the reader in the cockpit of John's Piper Saratoga and takes you along on a pulse-quickening journey. You may think you know what happened when John F. Kennedy Jr.'s plane crashed into the Atlantic Ocean off Martha's Vineyard on July 16,1999. But the details of that aviation tragedy that claimed the lives of John, his wife Carolyn and sister-in-law Lauren Bessette and plunged a nation into grief have never been fully explained - until now.
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Dr. Douglas A. Lonnstrom, a professor of statistics at Siena College, is an instrument rated private pilot with more than 20 years of flying experience. He owns a Cessna Skyhawk. He flew from Cape Cod to Albany, New York on July 16, 1999, the same day that JFK Jr. crashed, and he has been collecting data and information on the crash for the past 10 years.Review:
The thorough research Dr. Douglas Lonnstrom conducted for this book provided me with substantial information that was not available before... His book points to the fact that aviation incidents are a series of actions and mistakes, not immediately evident at the time of the occurrence. It is a fascinating examination of events and circumstances that all of us as pilots should recognize when starting the simplest of flights, and in fact, most do. Phil Boyer, retired President Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association AOPA --Foreword - Phil Boyer
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Book Description Northeast Tee Time LLC, 2009. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110966847229