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In the early morning hours of June 18th, 2012, the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) received a 911 call reporting that a small plane was taking off from the US Air Force base at Edwards Air Force Base in California. The caller reported that the plane was going low to the ground, and was seen rapidly rising up into the air.
The plane was apparently on approach to Edwards Air Force Base, and flying low into the air due to heavy winds. The pilot, identified by Flight Data Recorder (FDR) data as “Captain Donald D. Piedra,” asked the ground crew if they could see the aircraft.
The ground crew replied that they could see the aircraft in the sky, and that they were instructed to “follow them as far as safety permits”.
The captain and co-pilot quickly became alarmed at what was going on. The captain and co-pilot tried to radio for assistance. Shortly afterwards, they saw their fuel bar fill up and their emergency landing light (ERL) change from red to green.
As the plane continued to climb through the sky, the ERL was turned off. The crew then became aware that their plane was in steep descent, and they began to prepare the plane for descent. They were warned that their airplane had entered a stall, and that their descent rate should be slowed from 500 ft / 1
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