Refraction At Fault?

John Croft’s “False Promises” (AW&ST July 21, p. 38), which covers preventing autopilot false glideslope prompts, made me think of the crash of a Gulfstream G-2 into the side of a mountain in Hot Springs, Virginia, on Sept. 26, 1976. I was an air traffic controller at Trenton Mercer Airport in New...

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