Saturday, March 8, 2014

Attention DPA: FAA, FBI and NWA Informed of the Boeing Uninterruptible Autopilot - Have Delta ALPA Safety Reps Educated Delta Pilot?

Attention DPA,

 I am a retired Delta pilot. On 10 December, 2006 I informed FAA, FBI and NWA of the Boeing Uninterruptible Autopilot. It was used against Adam Air 574 in a manner consistent with the loss yesterday of the B777 enroute Kaula Lampur to China.

Please advise me if Delta ALPA Safety Reps have educated the Delta Pilot Group of the BUAP that I forced Boeing to announce on 3 March, 2007 in response to my lawsuit filed against Boeing and ALPA of 27 February, 2007. That lawsuit was Civil Case 3:07-cv-24 and resulted in Boeing doing the right thing in announcing the deployment of the BUAP to be completed by March, 2009. Here is the article of Boeing's response to my lawsuit:

New autopilot will make another 9/11 impossible

My question to DPA and Delta ALPA Safety is on what date did Delta ensure that all Delta pilots are aware of what Boeing has stated 7 years ago would be installed by March, 2009.

The significance is that if any ALPA pilots are not aware of this 'feature' they cannot comply with FAR 121.533.

In regards to yesterday's B777 hull loss expect to see the attached tax document anchoring a chapter published demonstrating the similarities of yesterday's loss to Adam Air 574 to Sukhoi Superjet lost in May, 2012.

Please note that defattru email address goes to Russian Air Force, Sukhoi and GRU. If you are not aware of who GRU is perhaps you should be.


Field McConnell
715 307 8222
________

Boeing Uninterruptible Autopilot

6 comments:

  1. Field they care not about safety its always money and seat position.

    Semper Fi
    7564

    ReplyDelete
  2. IF ONLY SOMEONE COULD GET THEIR HANDS ON THE BOARDING VIDEO AND THE LUGGAGE BOOKING DETAILS , THAT WOULD NAIL SERCO .

    ReplyDelete
  3. Field have the FAA produce a letter of deviation authority ( LODA ) that the agency has authorized the QRS-11 modification which the AFM clearly states Boeing approves of when the jet was certificated by the FAA. They should match. If not there is a legal conflict that must be resolved prior to signing a flight release from the left seat.

    ReplyDelete
  4. From a comment on Facebook...Comment by a retired US military tactical air controller: "It was shot down plain and simple. As soon as the trailing "boogie" let it's "birds fly" and received that it got a confirmed hit, it turned off it's APX-72 IFF Transponder and POOF! Disappeared."

    ReplyDelete

Who's visiting Abel Danger
view a larger version of the map below at whos.amung.us

You Too can be a CAPTAIN SHERLOCK