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Old 04-28-2016, 09:14 AM   #21
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Funny thing about the frozen turkeys, I was thinking about the same bunch of dimwits who did those tests so many years ago. Everyone should remember that when you fire a turkey at a jet windscreen, you will always have a 100% failure rate when the bird is frozen but you will have a 100% success rate when the bird is thawed. If the FAA and TC were really serious about proving cause, then they should pony up the 2 million from their budget for a reclaimed motor from a scrapped aircraft and throw drones into it. The answers will become apparent very quickly. Of course, when the results are a destroyed motor, it will be "leaked out" very quickly but if they are showing no damage, the information will be very slow to come out. Take care.

100% success rate when bird is thawed?? I guess you have never seen a shattered windscreen from hitting a live (AKA thawed) goose on short final. I will get our Captain Meddings to tell you how that turned out.
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Old 05-19-2016, 09:34 PM   #23
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It does not matter what product it is. If it is a Drone, Gun, or even a car some people just don't have the common sense on using these with care and attention that they require.
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