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Reed F. Richardson
Amazing reporting by on the fatal flaws in the Boeing 737 MAX's flight control system—and the regulatory capture within the FAA to hastily approve it. Essentially, this plane could try to crash itself because of a single faulty sensor.
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Reed F. Richardson 21 Apr 19
Replying to @nytimes
This follow-up exposé by the is equally damning. It details how Boeing's non-union plant in SC routinely leaves debris/junk in 787s, pushes employees to work faster than they're capable, & punishes employees who call out shoddy production habits.
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Chris Mahan 17 Mar 19
So basically lack of funding for government agencies that provide oversight.
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jeanne fisher17 17 Mar 19
Also, no one followed up on pilot complaints made to that NASA site.
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Robert Duce 17 Mar 19
- definitely worth a read!
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jeanne fisher17 17 Mar 19
Great read. Thank you.
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Nguyen Do 17 Mar 19
Great article and details.
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oo 17 Mar 19
Think comet flaked out sooner and not sure what the mil applications of a converted 737 max might be... maybe drone cargo flights over sea only
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