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Haiti Jan 2010 Earthquake in Haiti. .

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Old 26 Jan 10, 09:16
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That the FAA even allowed an AN124 (or an IL76, can't tell from the pic) to land in the US is quite honestly amazing. Those aircraft aren't certified to FAA standards for flying in US airspace. But their crews will haul anything that will fit, and some things that won't.
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The Antonovs fly into the US all the time, many times on military charters. Go to www.airliners.net and check out all the pics.
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Sorry man,it's not Haiti's fault.It's our fault.It's all our fault.The French say so.And they're never wrong.
Right. Time for our tour of the Maginot Line.
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