Navy Jet Crashes in South Texas -

Navy Jet Crashes in South Texas -

There are 7 comments on the Newsday story from Oct 1, 2007, titled Navy Jet Crashes in South Texas -. In it, Newsday reports that:

A Navy jet crashed Monday about two miles north of Naval Air Station Kingsville, a Navy official said.

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Dave

Conley, GA

#1 Oct 1, 2007
These pilots should be trained enough to avoid these huge wastes of money with the crashes. It is good that the pilots ejected safely, but 2 crashes within a few days is ridiculous, having nothing to do with combat trips; they happened in Texas.
Leffats

Pompano Beach, FL

#2 Oct 6, 2007
Dave wrote:
These pilots should be trained enough to avoid these huge wastes of money with the crashes. It is good that the pilots ejected safely, but 2 crashes within a few days is ridiculous, having nothing to do with combat trips; they happened in Texas.
Dave, You are an idiot... Birds being ingested in an aircraft engine and a mechanical part failure in a jet engine are things that happen in all fields of aviation. Not just in Texas, not just on training aircraft, not just on aircraft fighting the war in Iraq, but also on multi- engine civilian aircraft. The aircraft that was envoled in both of the recent accidents is a single engine aircraft. That means, that when you loose that engine, the aircraft goes down... Depending on altitude and nature of the problem, the crew may or may not be able to restart a stalled or failed engine. In both these cases it is apparent that was not possible. Because of the superior training American military pilots recieve, both crews were able to first attempt to save their aircraft, and when that was not possible, at minimum altitude, away from any houses or populated areas on the ground, eject safely! Bravo to the instructors and students involved in these accidents!
scooby doo

Rockport, TX

#3 Mar 11, 2008
Leffats wrote:
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Dave, You are an idiot... Birds being ingested in an aircraft engine and a mechanical part failure in a jet engine are things that happen in all fields of aviation. Not just in Texas, not just on training aircraft, not just on aircraft fighting the war in Iraq, but also on multi- engine civilian aircraft. The aircraft that was envoled in both of the recent accidents is a single engine aircraft. That means, that when you loose that engine, the aircraft goes down... Depending on altitude and nature of the problem, the crew may or may not be able to restart a stalled or failed engine. In both these cases it is apparent that was not possible. Because of the superior training American military pilots recieve, both crews were able to first attempt to save their aircraft, and when that was not possible, at minimum altitude, away from any houses or populated areas on the ground, eject safely! Bravo to the instructors and students involved in these accidents!
it was probably those stupid tejano maintainers from kingsville.they are stooooooooopid bassackward people
kingsville

United States

#4 Mar 10, 2013
scooby doo wrote:
<quoted text>it was probably those stupid tejano maintainers from kingsville.they are stooooooooopid bassackward people
why
ignorance

Houston, TX

#5 Mar 10, 2013
Dave wrote:
These pilots should be trained enough to avoid these huge wastes of money with the crashes. It is good that the pilots ejected safely, but 2 crashes within a few days is ridiculous, having nothing to do with combat trips; they happened in Texas.
you show ignorance more than anything. These are men training to fight for your damn right to post on this website. It's called freedom of speech and ignorant Fu#K's like you wanna bash them because of something you know absolutely about. Way to go. Go make something of yourself and leave the investigation to the experts.
nuff said

Houston, TX

#6 Mar 10, 2013
Leffats wrote:
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Dave, You are an idiot... Birds being ingested in an aircraft engine and a mechanical part failure in a jet engine are things that happen in all fields of aviation. Not just in Texas, not just on training aircraft, not just on aircraft fighting the war in Iraq, but also on multi- engine civilian aircraft. The aircraft that was envoled in both of the recent accidents is a single engine aircraft. That means, that when you loose that engine, the aircraft goes down... Depending on altitude and nature of the problem, the crew may or may not be able to restart a stalled or failed engine. In both these cases it is apparent that was not possible. Because of the superior training American military pilots recieve, both crews were able to first attempt to save their aircraft, and when that was not possible, at minimum altitude, away from any houses or populated areas on the ground, eject safely! Bravo to the instructors and students involved in these accidents!
Amen, If you are a service member Thank you for defending our freedoms that so many obviously take for granted.

Since: Jan 11

Location hidden

#7 Mar 10, 2013
Dave wrote:
These pilots should be trained enough to avoid these huge wastes of money with the crashes. It is good that the pilots ejected safely, but 2 crashes within a few days is ridiculous, having nothing to do with combat trips; they happened in Texas.
Keep in mind its cause of those pilots and pilots before and pilots later that afford you the luxury to have an opinion like this or to express it in anyway shape and form. Before you go and spread your stupidity on any kind of forum about our military consider how the other half live in this world. You should thank God that you are able to hear the sound of freedom roar over your skies and not the noise of oppression. I challenge you that from hear out that you thank every veteran and service member that has served or is serving now because if it wasn't for the sweat blood and tears, know that there is no way you would be able to sit your ass there and complain about anything much less an incident like this. MY GOD "MAN" WHAT IS YOUR MAJOR MALFUNCTION!!!!!!!!

I would like to take this time and thank all those that have served and that are serving and acknowledge at this time that with out their sacrifices none of this would be possible. THANK YOU AND GOD BLESS

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