KAL 007 and the missing Malaysian airliner: similarities and differences:

Initial whereabouts reports of the missing Malaysian Airlines FLT MH370 and Korean Air Lines FLT 007

Malaysian MH 370 had been tracked by radar as leaving Malaysian air space on its way to Beijing but at a point just past hand-off of the flight by Malaysian Air Traffic Control and prior to Chinese Air Traffic control acquisition (while it was in "dead space"), it veered westward, a satellite having picked up its automatic hourly "handshake" beep (ACARS signal). Either the pilots or hijackers had turned off its Transponder so that it could no longer be followed in its flight.

This is Memorial Day, 2014- for America. Originally a day of decorating the graves of the Union Army of the Civil war, and later extended to decorate the graves of the fallen on the Confederate side, and then united North and South to remember all the fallen of the Civil War, and then of all the wars, It received the name Decoration Day (with U.S. flags), and celebrated on May 30th. Now Decoration Day/Memorial Day is celebrated that last Monday of May making a 3 day weekend.

CNN has just presented an electronic article commemorating the 30th year anniversary of the shoot down of KAL 007 by the Soviets. The article continued a long line of shoddy investigation and lack of thoroughness in research. The result is an understanding that survivors to this tragedy is unthinkable. And the evidence of survivors is almost totally ignored.

Initial whereabouts reports of the missing Malaysian Airlines FLT MH370 and Korean Air Lines FLT 007

Malaysian MH 370 had been tracked by radar as leaving Malaysian air space on its way to Beijing but at a point just past hand-off of the flight by Malaysian Air Traffic Control and prior to Chinese Air Traffic control acquisition (while it was in "dead space"), it veered westward, a satellite havi...ng picked up its automatic hourly "handshake" beep (ACARS signal).

The Story told by Shoes about passengers of

KAL 007 shot down by the Soviets on Sept. 1, 1983

On Monday, September 26, 1983, 25 days after the shootdown of Korean Air Lines Flight 007 by the Soviets, a delegation of seven Japanese and American officials arriving aboard the Japanese patrol boat Tsugaru, met a six-man Soviet delegation at the port of Nevelsk on Sakhalin Island. KGB Major General A. I.

Nine intentional passenger (cargo) airliner ditchings have been documented. These figures are for intentional water ditchings, usually as a result of in-flight fuel depletion, rather than an accidental overshoot of landing runway into a body of water.

The Tracking of KAL 007 to the water: an interview

The following account had met with great reservation until, but one year later, Boris Yeltsin released the Secret Memos of KGB head Victor Chebrikov and Defense Minister Dmitri Ustinov to head of the Soviet Union Yuri Andropov. These memos did substantiate that, indeed, the descent of KAL 007 had been tracked by Soviet radar and that the radar scr...eens had been photographed during the whole incident [1].

What is left to say about this tragedy? Bert Schlossberg returns with 6 pieces of evidence that suggest we have never been told the truth about Flight 007. Survivors may still be out there; Schlossberg implores us not to forget and not to give up on this Cold War catastrophe.

Soviet military personnel involved

Kornukov—General Anatoli Kornukov, Commander Sokol Air Force Base (Sakhalin). Kornukov was appointed Russia’s new Air Force Commander by Boris Yeltsin on January 22, 1998. He served in this capacity until retiring in January 2002.

Gerasimenko—Lt. Colonel, Acting Commander, 41st Fighter Regiment

Novoseletski—Lt. Colonel, Acting Chief of Staff, Fighter Division, Smirnykh Air Force Base

Osipovich—Maj.

(Top photo - Capt. chun Byung-in, pilot of KAL 007)

Here are the most dramatic and real time, events and words of the shoot down of KAL 007 passengers and their abduction by the Soviets, the combination U.S. Electonic intercepts by the U.S.
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