We have now hit the one year mark of the famous Malaysian Airline Flight 370’s disappearance, and many still demand answers. 239 souls disappeared, but there was hope. Though, month after month, many lost such hope, and investigators simply tell us that they haven’t a clue!
Whether in a mountainous region or in a hidden, remote area, the Malaysian Airliner Flight 370 search was the biggest in oceanic history. No search has come close to the vigorous scale of ocean that investigators have ever covered.
The tragedy came down like this: The plane was distinctively believed to have taken a sharp turn into a remote area of the the Indian Ocean after the pilot unexpectedly shut down communication and radio systems. Many are still unsure of this, and some believe it may have been a terrorist attack. We will never know until the black box is retrieved.
An organization called Aviation Safety Network documents wreckage and missing planes to the world. They currently document 85 passenger planes that have never been found since 1948, whether it be a passenger plane, military taxi, etc. Let’s make it simple: It is quite common. Big, serious cases like this get lots of attention because of the dangerous and vigorous approaches to solving the mysteries they hold.
In spite of modern equipment, you will hear of poor to know radar coverage from either a satellite or on the ground radar, even when all of these intense and heartbreaking cases have taken place. That needs to change! Flight security needs to be increased to prevent terrorist attacks. Radar systems need to be installed to prevent wreckage.
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