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    Quote Originally Posted by 9V-Orion Images View Post
    Just something I'm doing as a part for my thesis, for those whom are interested may want to goggle up on Dr. John Piña Craven. He was the chief scientist of the United States Navy's (USN) Special Projects Office (SPO) from 1958 to 1970, having won two Distinguished Civilian Service Award for numerous achievements with some still remaining classified "Top Secret" to this day and during which time, he was an instrumental figure in the development of the Bayesian search theory and the physical implementation of it leading to the unprecedented recovery of the missing Russian Navy (Red Banner Pacific Fleet) Project 629A diesel-electric powered submarine (SSK) K-129 and both the United States Navy (USN) nuclear-powered attack submarines (SSNs) USS Thresher (SSN-593) and USS Scorpion (SSN-589) which all sank mysteriously down to the dark, deep abysses of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans with the lost of all hands.

    The Bayesian search theory will later be a key paramount usage in crucial applications leading to the recovery of a B28 (Mark 28) thermonuclear bombs lost in the Mediterranean Sea after a Boeing B-52G Stratofortress strategic bomber and a Boeing KC-135A/BN tanker collided during an aerial refuelling now known as the Palomares "Pinnacle - Broken Arrow" Incident. And also in the recent Air France (AFR) Flight 447 (AF447) accident.
    This is the problem with human. Always want to act smart....thesis, theories, ....blah blah & blah....
    Scarly later found by the low tech fishermen, then very big joke. LOL LLLLL

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    Quote Originally Posted by d2xpeter View Post
    This is the problem with human. Always want to act smart....thesis, theories, ....blah blah & blah....
    Scarly later found by the low tech fishermen, then very big joke. LOL LLLLL
    Unfortunately Cost-Effectiveness Analysis (CEA) is also an integral function in the formulation for Bayesian game theory. Large scale Search & Recovery / Rescue (SAR) operations over a massive geographical area can costs upwards of millions of United States Dollars (USD) a day and thus over time it may no longer be economically viable to continue the SAR ops on such a detailed or focused scale especially in grid zones of decreasing probability.
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    Najib going to make appearance at today's press conference. See what he says.

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    Najib to announce alien hijack?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9V-Orion Images View Post
    Unfortunately Cost-Effectiveness Analysis (CEA) is also an integral function in the formulation for Bayesian game theory. Large scale Search & Recovery / Rescue (SAR) operations over a massive geographical area can costs upwards of millions of United States Dollars (USD) a day and thus over time it may no longer be economically viable to continue the SAR ops on such a detailed or focused scale especially in grid zones of decreasing probability.
    True. Agree.

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    Najib to announce alien hijack?
    Nah, bet not.
    Remember one of the officer who mentioned about Bermuda triangle and later kena skinned?

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    Najib said one of the two possible corridors includes Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan.

    Turkmenistan is just next door to Iran and Afghanistan, two well known sources of terrorists.

    But would not Pakistan military radar pick it up if it flew that way?

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    This is a Boeing B-52G Stratofortress strategic bomber on a "Nap of the Earth (NOE)" flight profile necessary to avoid radar detection conducting a flypast alongside the USS Ranger (CV-61). The Big Ugly Fat Fuc*er (BUFF) has a Terrain Avoidance / Following Radar (TAR / TFR) to assist with such a manoeuvre, can't say the same for a civilian Boeing T7 especially through mountainous regions where even a test pilot will find it a challenge to do so.



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    there's a possibility it landed somewhere

    http://www.nation.com.pk/national/14...istan-us-media

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricohflex View Post
    Najib said one of the two possible corridors includes Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan.

    Turkmenistan is just next door to Iran and Afghanistan, two well known sources of terrorists.

    But would not Pakistan military radar pick it up if it flew that way?

    now the SAR team need not only more ships, more planes but an army to comb the huge land mass. Time to assemble a UN combined force?

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    This is a Boeing B-52G Stratofortress strategic bomber on a "Nap of the Earth (NOE)" flight profile necessary to avoid radar detection conducting a flypast alongside the USS Ranger (CV-61). The Big Ugly Fat Fuc*er (BUFF) has a Terrain Avoidance / Following Radar (TAR / TFR) to assist with such a manoeuvre, can't say the same for a civilian Boeing T7 especially through mountainous regions where even a test pilot will find it a challenge to do so.



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    you mean nape of earth. that's a super low altitude to fly heavy jets
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shizuma View Post
    you mean nape of earth. that's a super low altitude to fly heavy jets
    Advancement in Soviet Surface-to-Air Missile (SAM) developments during the Cold War capable of even taking out the Lockheed U-2 Dragon Lady reconnaissance aircraft cruising at 70,000 feet necessitate the revision of United States Air Force (USAF) Strategic Air Command (SAC) doctrine for conducting nuclear strikes through deep penetration bombing raids from a high altitude / high speed approach philosophy to a low altitude / high speed approach philosophy taking advantage of terrain masking to avoid radar detection.

    Aerodynamic buffeting and fluttering especially can be a problem in NOE flight profile and thus the Boeing B-1B Lancer strategic bomber are designed with canards "whiskers" along its nose to actively dampen away the vibrations and as for the Boeing B-52 Stratofortress strategic bomber, it's strength and resilience is the reason that it will be flying for approximately a centurey before retiring from active service.



    For whose wondering, Boeing B-52 Stratofortress strategic bomber fly straight and level with a nose down trim.
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    what plane is that? the tail looks strange?

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    Najib said one of the two possible corridors...................
    I think tomorrow Najib will make a U-Turn.

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    Boeing offers a satellite service that can receive a stream of data during flight on how the aircraft is functioning. MAS was losing money and did not subscribe to the Acars service. The system was automatically pinging the satellite anyway.

    If it was terrorists, then looks like they did their home work. They picked their target. The airline with no Acars and the airport that does not check passenger manifest for stolen passports.

    It could have been SIA airplane and Singapore Changi airport; instead of MAS airplane and KLIA.


    It could have been Lui Tuck Yew instead of Hishammuddin at the televised press conference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cks2k2 View Post

    what plane is that? the tail looks strange?
    Seem like tail broken but still can fly, no wonder US don't want to retire this plane.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ricohflex View Post
    Boeing offers a satellite service that can receive a stream of data during flight on how the aircraft is functioning. MAS was losing money and did not subscribe to the Acars service. The system was automatically pinging the satellite anyway.

    If it was terrorists, then looks like they did their home work. They picked their target. The airline with no Acars and the airport that does not check passenger manifest for stolen passports.

    It could have been SIA airplane and Singapore Changi airport; instead of MAS airplane and KLIA.


    It could have been Lui Tuck Yew instead of Hishammuddin at the televised press conference.
    Everyone just assume that no terrorist will target Malaysia. That is why they are easy target, they are not vigilant enough. Even the Royal Army of Sulu from Philippines can easily invade Sabah. The pilots allow passengers to the cockpit, making it easy for hijackers.
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    We need Ultraman back!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yutaka Go View Post
    The pilots allow passengers to the cockpit, making it easy for hijackers.
    To be invited to the cockpit, the hijackers need to look something like this:


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