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by Captain Brian Power-Waters XIII

  • Author: Captain Brian Power-Waters XIII
  • ISBN: 0595348521
  • ISBN13: 978-0595348527
  • ePub: 1316 kb | FB2: 1763 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Transportation
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Inc. (March 25, 2005)
  • Pages: 126
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 308
  • Format: azw doc txt docx
93 Seconds to Disaster: The Government's Great Cover-up ePub download

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Captain Brian Power-Waters lives with his wife, a former airline stewardess on Long Island. The book is fascinating and I believe there are a lot of these things still going on in this industry. 93 Seconds to Disaster and Danger in the Air. These more recent offerings from Captain Waters should make you feel less "ripped off ". I highly recommend these books to the reader interested in gaining incite ito the Aviation Industry.

Sew another stripe on the arm of Captain Brian Power-Waters as the Conscience-in-Chief of America's flying industry. In 93 Seconds to Disaster, the story of the tragic post-9/11 crash of American Airlines A-300 Airbus flight 587 in Queens, NY, he takes us inside the cockpit on the fateful morning of November 12, 2001 as the plane gets caught in bone-jarring wake turbulence from the 747 in front of it. Stacking up facts, figures, black box transcripts, and his own profound expertise, Power-Waters criticizes the NTSB for its rush-to-judgment conclusion that the co-pilot caused the breakup of the plane. The author cites reports of 'popping noises' and shedding of plane parts after takeoff, and believes the Airbus either was not airworthy before takeoff or there was an explosive device on board. Power-Waters' probe flatly concludes that Airbus covered up evidence of the extreme sensitivity of the plane's rudder. He hammers at airlines, accuses the FAA of 'sleeping with the airlines', and once again tests the air industry's commitment to safety. A must read!-Alex Michelini, former Chief Investigative Reporter, New York Daily News"If you think your airline captain is trained to recover from any position that the airplane might encounter, you'd be wrong."-Carl T. Butterworth, Senior Captain, American Airlines, Ret. Brig. Gen. (ANG)"Thanks for writing your excellent book concerning the tragedy of American Airlines Flight 587. In it, you have raised questions that need to be addressed, and in doing so, you have helped make the rest of the world aware of these questions."-Andrew J. Michalak, Captain, American Airlines (Ret.)
Rrd
After reading this book, it left me wondering how the NTSB could have possibly determined that the fate OF AA587 was the result of the improper use of the rudder pedal by the copilot. To me, it seems that the only thing they got right, was that the aircraft encountered wake turbulence from the preceding flight.

The author provides substantial evidence that there was some type of malfunction or explosion leading up to the catastrophe. Coming so soon after 9/11, it really makes me wonder how they ruled out a terrorist act so quickly.

Captain Brian Power-Waters XIII has an obvious disdain for the NTSB and FAA, but this disdain seems justified. It's certainly an eye opener when it comes to learning how these government agencies work.

What I found incredibly compelling was the firsthand reports from people who observed the doomed plane. Virtually everyone saw some type of explosion, smoke and fire. What makes the NTSB investigation seem all the more flawed, is that all of the eyewitnesses to the crash stated that the explosion, etc., occurred prior to the separation of the rudder and vertical stabilizer. If such is the case, than it would be impossible for this to have been the result of copilot error.

All in all a great book and a real wake up call for future accident investigations.
generation of new
I have read every one of Captain Brian Power-Waters books. This in my opnion is his second best effort. Safety Last ( his first book ) was ahead of it's time in discussing aviation mishaps. I had personal knowledge of one of the accidents described in that book. His latest book attempts to make a little more sense of a terrible loss of life that could have been prevented. The rush to attribute blame and cause by the NTSB and the FAA is nothing new. I was an Air Traffic Controller in New York at the time of this crash. One of my best friends was the last controller to talk/give instructions to the doomed pilots. Anyone who is interested in commercial airline safety should seriously consider this book. Brian all I can say is " well done "....R. St. Amour Retired ATCS 1964/2004
Buge
Great read! Just what I ordered! Thanks!
Fog
great
Keath
Great item, thank you so much!!
Uthergo
great writing of this terrible tragedy. For a techie type it could not have been more interesting. Need more of this type of writing to make us all aware and smarter about air problems !
Frei
Fascinating subject matter, but the book is poorly written and poorly edited. It sometimes reads like a self-published work, which should have been submitted to a professional copy editor but wasn't.
No organization, no logic, no facts; seems to be all rant by someone with no experience and CERTAINLY no expertise at writing. I have never read a book so poorly organized and with so little real content.
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