Aviation Photo #0153152 Boeing 757-204 - Untitled (Britannia Airways)

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Sequence of the end of an airliner, after crash-landing the 14th of September 99, during heavy thunderstorm. Close-up of cockpit section. (Photo 3/8)
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    Girona - Costa Brava
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    September 21, 1999
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Anonymous
11 years ago
I think that its a perfect example of the damage of the front nose cone after impact as it shows the damage caused by a softer impact which makes me believe that there were no plain that penetrated 3 individual cores at the pentagon as this picture shows what the out come would be at 250mph rather than 400+mph

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