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Deadly Wind

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On June 24th, 1975, an Eastern Airlines jet crashes near John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City, killing 115 people. The Boeing 727 was brought down by wind shear, a sudden change in wind speed or direction.

This is another great article from Obscure History.

More information about wind shear.

How to avoid wind shear from NASA.

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