Crash findings

Crash findings
Richard Ball The House of Commons defence committee has ruled out electronic equipment failure as the cause of the June 1994 Chinook helicopter crash on the Mull of Kintyre in which 25 army anti-terror experts from Ulster and four RAF personnel died. It said there is ‘no compelling evidence’ pointing to fundamental flaws in the design of the Chinook Mark II, or its components, or failure of the full authority digital electronics control (FADEC) of the two engines and their fuel supply.


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