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Old 4th Feb 2014, 04:22
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crash in tenn.

No apparent survivors in Tenn. plane crash | Fox News
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Old 4th Feb 2014, 05:48
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Plane crash in Bellevue, Tn - YouTube
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Old 4th Feb 2014, 15:06
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What is a Gulfstream 690C? I thought Gulfstream only made bizjets.
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Old 4th Feb 2014, 15:35
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At one time, Gulfstream owned the Aero Commander line and certificates--sort of like the Boeing DC-3. Or, if the G150 is a Gulfstream, the Jet Commander is a G25.

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Old 4th Feb 2014, 18:13
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wow, who knew I flew a gulfstream? it was a rockwell aero commander at one time.

pretty sturdy plane...wonder what happened?
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Old 5th Feb 2014, 01:49
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I flew the Aero commander 500 and Jet commander too. Things change.
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Old 5th Feb 2014, 02:30
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The 690C is a Turbo Commander. Garrett TPE-331 powered performer affectionately referred to by mechanics as a turbo-commode. Good airframe with simple mx. I worked on 690s on and off for number of years and later flew Westwinds.

The lineage from Aero Commander to Astra/G-100 is readily apparent. I suppose if the Jet Commander should be called a G-25 then a Westwind should be a G-50! (or maybe a G-1/2?) And why not? After all, at one time Grumman did own Gulfstream.

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