Humint Events Online: What Are the Odds? A Plane Crash Into a Soft Field Produces a Huge Crater and Lots of Large Recognizable Aircraft Debris

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

What Are the Odds? A Plane Crash Into a Soft Field Produces a Huge Crater and Lots of Large Recognizable Aircraft Debris








To be perfectly fair, the crater on the left side and bottom of this picture is reminiscent of the official UA93 crater:


However, this piled up debris is quite different from the UA93 crater:


As are the easily gathered bodies and body parts:


Interestingly, this CNN article on the crash has a couple of 33's.

2 Comments:

Blogger engineer said...

"The aircraft all of a sudden fell out of the sky and exploded on impact, where you see the crater,"

Exploded on impact not a surprise.

Likely lost critical flight control surface, wing spar, horizontal or vertical stabilizer. Free fall.

CNN knows the citizens like gore, "Breaking News".

No "Breaking News" when US took out 100 plus Afghans at gathering.

5:37 PM  
OpenID camjnbp said...

iran has an aging/obsolete air service - including both their military and their commercial fleets - due to decades of sanctions against them forbidding the transfer to them of any boeing or airbus products.
it is not surprising that their planes might fail and crash.
but it would also not be surprising to learn that a bomb was placed on this plane either.

5:51 PM  

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