CHINESE FIGHTERS HAVE ENDANGER AMERICAN OBSERVATION AIRCRAFT
China has made it clear that US observing machines flying around their airspace boarders are simply not welcome. At least according to two sources from the US Air Force who spoke with Fox News.
According to them, a pair of Chinese fighter flew dangerously close to the US EP-3 observation aircraft, which at that time was moving over the East China Sea. Subsequently, one of the J-10 fighters flew under the US aircraft and suddenly climbed sharply and appeared about 100 meters ahead of the United States aircraft. They had to do a radical maneuver to avoid collision.
The Chinese fighters were armed with air-to-air missiles, according to sources from the US Army.
AIRBUSES A350-900 MUST REGULARLY RESET SYSTEM
The European aircraft manufacturer Airbus warned airlines operating their A350-900 machines to periodically reset the electrical system in their aircraft. Otherwise, there may be false warnings of malfunctions or even
FLIGHT WITH ONE ENGINE
Pilot of Hawaiian Airlines has shown that flying with only one engine is not really a problem. During a trip from Kona to Honolulu, he noticed that the left engine
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Sally Ride managed to do what only few women did. She entered the predominantly male NASA team. She first came to space in 1983. "She was a very exceptional lady. She