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December 17th, 1903. The weather was crappy, but Orville and Wilbur Wright decided it was time. It’s ten thirty in the morning. And for 12 seconds Orville flew – the first time an airplane ever took to the skies. You know when the very first accident investigation took place? An hour and half later. On the fourth flight that day their elevator cable snapped. But the brothers learned from the crash. They made their plane better.
That’s what we do?
That’s what we do. We make flying safer – one crash at a time.
- Larry Bambrick
Tin Kickers, Pilot