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Essay about Crash of Boeing 777 to Madagascar

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The boeing 777 sped toward the earth at speeds increasing from five hundred miles per hour with a top speed of five hundred and ninty. Jim, the pilot was working the controls, he was an experienced airman who had over seventy-five thousand hours of flight experience, that is about three thousand one hundred and twenty five days of flight, while Josh his co-pilot was just a rookie airman with a third of the hours as Jim. The plane had three hundred and seventy five passengers on board, which were all freaking out because one of the only two engines went out half way to Madagascar. The plane, which is out of radio range, is flying above the middle of the Indian ocean right off the East coast of Africa. They still had one hundred and seventy…show more content…
Josh is not married but has a girlfriend named Jennifer Faye. Jennifer has no chidren and lives in a two room apartment, in Auburn, Washington. She is about five foot four, has brown hair, and brown eyes. Jim wakes up at five forty five on June 5th, 2016. Jim notices there is a twenty mile per hour cross wind going to the west. It looks like there is going to be a storm, there is an overcast of dark clouds. The flight leaves at nine o'clock sharp. Josh wakes up at seven o'clock and notices the same things as Jim. Josh puts on his flying attire and heads off to work in his 2007 Mustang GT. Jim kisses his wife goodbye and goes on his way to work in his 1967 Shelby GT500. Jim arrives early and eats his breakfast at the airport. Josh gets to the airport and on the plane just as the passengers are boarding and gets into the cockpit with Jim. Jim looks at Josh and says,"where the heck were you?"
"I got up late I guess, sorry about that." replies Josh
" You're a pilot! You need to be here early so that we can leave when the plan says otherwise you put everything off on the plan and people get pissed!"
"Alright I got it chill out." After about fifteen minutes the plane was boarded and they prepared to take off. The engines roared to life when Jim turned the key. While Jim made sure everything was ready to go, Josh was making announcments to the passengers. Jim was checking the
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