Thu, Nov 20, 2003
Doncha Hate It When That Happens?
An Air Force Academy TG-14 motorglider landed with its landing
gear up at Peterson Air Force, Colo., on Nov. 19.
Two officers were on board. Neither was injured.
The officers were flying the motorglider on a training mission.
The TG-14 Super Ximango has two seats and is used for introductory
glider training and cross-country soaring training.
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