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Friday, March 14, 2014

Search For Missing Malaysian Jet Expands Further Into Indian Ocean

The search for a missing Malaysia Airlines jet will broaden deep into the Indian Ocean, based on new intelligence assessments that there is a "higher probability" the aircraft went down in that region, a senior U.S. official told Fox News.

As a consequence of the shared U.S./Malaysian intelligence assessments, it is understood that the U.S. Navy destroyer USS Kidd will expand its search into a southern quadrant of the ocean, while Indian authorities will cover a northern quadrant.

The development comes as authorities speculate that the disappearance may have been an "act of piracy,” and more evidence suggests the plane was diverted by a skilled pilot before it vanished, U.S. and Malaysian officials familiar with the investigation said Friday


Anonymous said...

Flying at 3000 ft for hours required a phenomenal pilot.No doubt whatsoever that the same pilot could have safely landed the plane.That obviously is why he had a 777 simulator in his own house.Practicing for this.

Anonymous said...

That looks like a graph of the employment numbers since Obama was elected.