Re(6): PPL Mears

Said pull event situation certainly is not an isolated case.

If the guy knew how to read a track AND knew how each pulling vehicle normally places, then making a proper judgment call after the first vehicle pulled would not be so difficult. Should not take 3 vehicles to determine the sled setting.

The paragraph is not limited to just Mears. Tech officials in many other organizations who are in charge are also guilty. I agree, it can be a tough call. But if they are the one in charge of the decision, then I thoroughly believe they need to learn what I said in the previous paragraph.

After all, the 2nd or 3rd hook, could of had the potential for a big accident. Then the argument for "safety and fairness" would be invalid.


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