Anyone following the investigation into the April 2011 G650 test flight crash?

  • conservativej...

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    Jan 02, 2012 8:03 PM GMT
    Back in the days when Mr. Paulson ran Gulfstream the flow of information out of the organization was top notch. I cannot say that concerning executives at General Dynamics, the current owner of Gulstream. Those in the queue for delivery aircraft no nothing of the circumstances in total that led to the crash. As such, some have sold their delivery positions.

    Not a good thing for U.S. industry in the long run, even though the positions were sold.

  • conservativej...

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    Jan 03, 2012 2:55 AM GMT
    southbeach1500 said
    conservativejock saidBack in the days when Mr. Paulson ran Gulfstream the flow of information out of the organization was top notch. I cannot say that concerning executives at General Dynamics, the current owner of Gulstream. Those in the queue for delivery aircraft no nothing of the circumstances in total that led to the crash. As such, some have sold their delivery positions.

    Not a good thing for U.S. industry in the long run, even though the positions were sold.




    A casualty of Obama's "war on private jets."



    Yes, this is true. But recall there are hundreds if not thousands of ships registered in Panama. Makes one think about modes of transportation. :-)