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NTSB Investigation General Joseph Brown IV

NTSB Investigation General Joseph Brown IV

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National Transportation Safety Board into the airplane crash of U.S. Air Force General Joseph D. Brown IV and his wife Sue.
National Transportation Safety Board into the airplane crash of U.S. Air Force General Joseph D. Brown IV and his wife Sue.

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Published by: Johnny Cirucci on Jul 22, 2013
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National Transportation Safety Board
NTSB ID:Occurrence Date:Occurrence Type:
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Most Critical Injury:Investigated By:
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Nearest City/Place
 Aircraft Information
Registration Number StateZip Code Aircraft Manufacturer Local TimeTime ZoneModel/Series Number 
 Amateur Built Aircraft?
 Air Medical Transport Flight:
Type of Aircraft:Injury Summary:
Revenue Sightseeing Flight:Narrative
Brief narrative statement of facts, conditions and circumstances pertinent to the accident/incident:
Printed on : 7/17/2013 9:18:32 PMNoAirplane2
*** Note: NTSB investigators either traveled in support of this investigation or conducted asignificant amount of investigative work without any travel, and used data obtained from varioussources to prepare this aircraft accident report. ***On April 19, 2013, about 1655 eastern daylight time, a Cessna 210E, N111BK, was substantiallydamaged when it impacted trees and terrain while on final approach to Williamsburg-JamestownAirport (JGG), Williamsburg, Virginia. The commercial pilot and passenger were fatally injured.Visual meteorological conditions prevailed, and an instrument flight rules flight plan was filedfor the flight. The flight originated at Potomac Airfield (VKX), Friendly, Maryland, about 1550,and was destined for JGG. The personal flight was conducted under the provisions of 14 Code ofFederal Regulations Part 91.According to witnesses, the airplane passed beyond the extended runway centerline when the pilotreported on the common traffic advisory frequency that he was turning from the airport pattern baseleg to final approach for runway 13. The pilot executed a steep right turn towards the runway, andthe airplane pitched down and descended at a steep angle behind a tree line.The accident site was located in a residential neighborhood, about 1/2 mile and 310 degrees fromthe arrival end of runway 13 at JGG. The wreckage was oriented about 335 degrees magnetic, restingvertically on the engine and leading edges of the wings. All flight control surfaces were accountedfor at the scene and flight control continuity was confirmed for all major flight control surfaces.All three propeller blades exhibited chordwise scratching and numerous tree branches near thewreckage exhibited approximately 45-degree cuts.A panel mounted and a handheld global positioning system receiver were recovered from the wreckageand forwarded to the NTSB Vehicle Recorders Laboratory for data download.Updated on Apr 26 2013 9:43AM
NoNo210ECESSNAN111BKNTSBFatalEDT165523185VA WilliamsburgAccident04/19/2013ERA13FA209
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National Transportation Safety Board
NTSB ID:Occurrence Date:Occurrence Type:Model/Series Number  Aircraft Manufacturer Registration Number 
Other Aircraft Involved Accident Information
 Aircraft Damage:Accident Occurred During:Certificate No.InjuryName
Operator Information
NameStreet AddressOperator Designator CodeCityDoing Business AsStateZip CodeObservation Time (Local): Altimeter:"Hg
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-Type of Certificate(s) Held:
 Air Carrier Operating Certificate(s):Operating Certificate:Regulation Flight Conducted Under:Type of Flight Operations Conducted:Operator Certificate:
Flight Plan/Itinerary
Type of Flight Plan Filed:
Last Departure PointDestination
StateAirport Identifie Airport Identifier State
Weather Information
Investigator's Source:Sky/Lowest Cloud Condition:Facility ID:Ft. AGLVisibility:Ft. AGLSM
Lowest Ceiling:
 FatalOn FileOn File29.7510NoneClear1655KGGUnknownJGGVAWilliamsburgVKXMDPotomac AirfldIFRPersonalPart 91: General AviationNone BROWN JOSEPH DANIEL IVSubstantialAccident04/19/2013ERA13FA209

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