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Jack Roush survives second plane crash...

Old 07-28-2010, 08:32 PM
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Seems like a decent pilot, but a not so good lander
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Old 07-28-2010, 08:52 PM
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Originally Posted by GLH View Post
Your making it way too easy to slam you!!!!!!!!
That's exactly where my mind was heading... but, I wanted to go easy on him.
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Old 07-29-2010, 02:49 AM
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Any jet made by Cessna = a 172 with a couple of blow-dryers mounted on it. One can do so much better......

As far as Jack's flying skills, the two publicized mishaps aren't his only excursions into tearing up sheet metal. I personally witnessed some of his handiwork where he managed to chew up a Beechcraft Duke with the propeller of his P-51 without ever leaving the ground, just a failed attempt at taxiing; a senior moment on which lever does what.
I've met him, and he's a nice enough guy, but he has no business anywhere near the cockpit of an aircraft. He should sit in the back with a scotch and water and let the pros handle business up front. When it comes to private jets, there's a lot of wannabes out there.
Roush is damned lucky to be alive. Under most circumstances, aviation is VERY unforgiving of mistakes and bad judgement.
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