Originally Posted by f1100turbo
Why oh why did I know you were going to bring "Tail numbers" into this?
I'm going on the assumption that the incident aircraft was a civil U.S.aircraft based on the following:
1. The NTSB investigated - the NTSB doesn't normally investigate military aircraft accidents (although they can) so I'm assuming it was a civil aircraft.
2. It was a single engine airplane - not completely sure,but I don't think any branch of the U.S.military flies any single airplanes anymore,other than Drones. So I have to come back to it was a U.S.civil aircraft.
And as I pointed out to you several times in the not so distant past, Tail numbers usually pertain to military aircraft.
It's Sunday and I'm watching football, so I'm not going to waste time repeating this to you again.