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Navy P8 overrun into water - Hawaii 20 Nov 23

Old 21st Nov 2023, 01:39
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Navy P8 overrun into water - Hawaii 20 Nov 23

USN P-8A overshot the runway at MCAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii and ended up in the water

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All 9 POB made it to land safely

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Be interesting to read what happened there? We operated the Nimrod MR2 on numerous occasions out of Kaneohe for several weeks at a time on Joint Fleet Ex with the USN P3's and the Japanese. I recall a great down wind visual approach and only about 7700ft of Asphalt to play with.!!.
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I’d be interested as well. The runway is not particularly short for that machine if everything is working as advertised.
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Landed (sic) runway 22 with a strong tailwind.


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First use of dipping sonar from a fixed-wing platform?
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Lovely golf course there, you can watch whales in the ocean while you're between shots. Also a lovely private beach for the military and their families.
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Navy P8 overrun into water Honolulu 11/20/23

By HNN Staff
Published: Nov. 20, 2023 at 7:34 PM EST|Updated: 2 hours agoHONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - A large U.S. Navy aircraft ended up in shallow waters of Kaneohe Bay on Monday afternoon after overshooting the runway at Marine Corps Base Hawaii.

The incident happened about 1:57 p.m. when the P-8 Poseidon aircraft was landing.

Following the incident, the plane could be seen partially submerged in shallow waters.

Authorities confirmed the aircraft had nine people on board and all of them made it to shore uninjured. The crew was conducting “routine training” at the time, military officials said.

The Boeing P8 Poseidon is described as a military surveillance and patrol aircraft.

Aircraft expert Peter Forman said the runway in Kaneohe is shorter, and bad weather and winds may also have played a part.

“The pilot probably didn’t put the plane down exactly where he wanted to on the runway,” Forman said. “It’s probably a combination of all those factors put together.”

There’s no word on how long it will take to remove the wreckage, but some residents are concerned about the environmental impact.


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Much deeper and they'd need another P8 to find it.
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Aircraft expert Peter Forman said the runway in Kaneohe is shorter, and bad weather and winds may also have played a part.

“The pilot probably didn’t put the plane down exactly where he wanted to on the runway,” Forman said. “It’s probably a combination of all those factors put together.”


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METAR’s

I believe this may be about the time. Have not spotted any public or Civil approaches to this airfield.


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total loss or is anything likely to be salvageable from this airframe?
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In fairness, he does have a lot of years of history surrounding the primary causes of runway overruns on his side...
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Need to have those P-8 crews spend some time on the Southwest rotator between Burbank and Chicago Midway. Those 737 brakes seem VERY good there......
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I was thinking being a Navy aircraft they just wanted to see it would float. Glad that all crew got off safely
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Glad they all got to shore safely....

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Wind from 070 14kn gusting 21kn and they landed on runway 22. Or did I miss something?
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total loss or is anything likely to be salvageable from this airframe?
Salt water is pretty nasty, one plane that I used to fly suffered a stupid pilot trick, landed in shallow water with no damage, and the insurance company said it was totalled anyway.
In this case since the water is not up to the cabin from the looks of it, plenty of electronic gear is probably just fine and easily reused. Reusing the entire airplane....not so sure, but it will need an epic wash and Boeshield job if they do.
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