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September 18, 2021

Earhart's Crash Site And Debris Field Conceivably Found in a 1938 Photograph

Michael Ashmore Continues Investigation

New information has been unearthed concerning the mystery surrounding Amelia Earhart’s crash site, thanks to analyzing a 1938 photograph. Michael Ashmore, of, released this statement describing the photograph in question during the second week of September: “The body of this December 1938 photograph shows possible remains of an impact scar, starting at the beach and running approximately 20-40 yards into the vegetation. Suggesting Amelia's angle of approach during ditching and ultimately leads the way to a debris field of previously unseen wreckage within the photo. The debris is seen as shapes piled up in a heap and being semi camouflaged under a canopy of trees and shrubs.

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GAMA Supports US Admin’s Initiatives Promoting Sustainable Aviation Fuel

A White House Briefing Lays Out Goals For The Future

The General Aviation Manufacturers Association shows their support of the Biden Administration’s steps to expand the development, use and production of sustainable aviation fuels. A Fact Sheet, released by the Biden Administration, shared its planned actions to reinforce the future of sustainable fuels in aviation. The briefing states that goals include producing three billion gallons of sustainable fuel, reducing aviation emissions 20% by 2030, and growing good-paying, union jobs.

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NTSB Prelim: Cessna A185F

As The Tailwheel Touched Down, The Airplane Veered To The Right

On September 8, 2021, about 1130 Pacific daylight time, a Cessna A185F, N185BB, was substantially damaged when it was involved in an accident near Arlington, Washington. The flight instructor, pilot rated student and passenger were not injured. The airplane was operated as a Title 14 Code of Federal Regulations Part 91 instructional. The flight instructor of a tailwheel airplane reported that, after the pilot rated student performed several landings, he assumed control of the airplane to demonstrate a wheel landing. During the landing roll to runway 16, as the tailwheel touched down, the airplane veered to the right. While attempting to correct with brake and rudder, the airplane exit

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