“FAA clears Boeing 737 Max after flight-control system fixed” (Web, Nov. 18) provides an excellent overview of Boeing’s problem with the 737 Max, but missing from the article are the lack of qualifications of the pilots involved in the two fatal crashes and the high probability (not possibility) that if the Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System failures had occurred in the United States the aircraft would not have crashed.
When a woman has a miscarriage, it is a sad event. She tells family and friends, "I lost my baby. People are kind and sympathetic. When a pregnant woman is injured in an accident and the doctors can only save her life, they say, "We saved her life, but even though we tried as hard as we could, we could not save the child." We are saddened when we hear of such events.