Miscellaneous wrote:Interesting responses on this thread. Personally, at an A/R airfield, I don't think I would have given it much thought at all. Am I the only one?
No you're not. I agree. It wasn't good behaviour, certainly, but at a/g fields or safetycom strips it the sort of thing that happens not infrequently. It's bad airmanship but you have to expect the unexpected.
I'd also ask, what evidence has ROG offered to suggest that radio would have prevented this incident?