National Transportation Safety Board investigators last week were on scene of the crash of a Mitsubishi MU-2B-25 near Owasso, Okla., that claimed the life of Sen. James Inhofe ’s 52-year-old son, Perry Inhofe. Perry Inhofe, an orthopedic surgeon, was the pilot and sole person aboard the aircraft that crashed around 3:45 p.m. on Nov. 10. The 1974 model twin turboprop, N856JT, had departed Salina, Kan. and crashed into a heavily wooded area while on approach to Runway 18L of Tulsa ...

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