UK Accident Investigation, 100 Years On

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The UK's first aviation accident investigation report hit the streets on June 8, 1912. The probe analyzed the May 12, 1912 crash of a Flanders monoplane that killed the pilot and lone passenger. The UK AAIB has a reprint of the report (.pdf), as published in the Royal Aero Club's official newsletter. 

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