I remember once when Flight International referred to the upper-left flap hinge bolt on the inboard flap on a British Caledonian DC-10 as being a type 34AJ/22 when EVERYBODY knows it was a 34AJ/23.
My, how I laughed.
HA HA HA HA, whew! *wipes tear from eye* Stop it, you're killing me!
Seriously, the errors I'm talking about are far less technical than that...
Regarding Mr. Nance, I know he flew for Braniff, but I don't know who he flies for now.
I've read Pandora's Clock
, Final Approach
and I am currently reading Splash of Colors
, about the rise and fall of Braniff. I bought it off of Half.com and I must say it is very well researched and written, but then he was there when it happened.
Patrick Bateman is my hero.