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MH370 search suspended

Communique issued by the Australian Government...

 

http://jacc.gov.au/media/communiques/2017/com005.aspx

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Minivanman
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Re: MH370 search suspended

Well it has been nearly three years.

Time to call and end to it surely and with all respect to the families of those that were lost.

I know where I am, I've been lost here before.
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Re: MH370 search suspended

@shutter  You seem to have started other threads on MH370.

 

Wolud this not be more appropriate in the original thread and serve as a completion of that thread?

 

https://community.plus.net/t5/General-Chat/Malaysia-Airlines-Flight-370/m-p/1084889#M147678

 

Maybe a mod can merge it.

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Re: MH370 search suspended

@artmo the other thread on the MH370 loss, have done their time, so to speak... so I thought,... as this is probably the last we hear of it, to use a separate "notification" thread,.. as a "signing off" if you like.

Had I put it in the old thread.it would probably have "got lost" as a notification. whereas, with a separate title, it can be searched for easier, and is, if eel,  more relevant.

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Re: MH370 search suspended

Oh dear shutter, looks like you had a run in with the law:

 

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I need a new signature... i'm bored of the old one!
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Re: MH370 search suspended


shutter wrote:

@artmo the other thread on the MH370 loss, have done their time, so to speak... so I thought,... as this is probably the last we hear of it, to use a separate "notification" thread,.. as a "signing off" if you like. 

Wasn't one of the 'irregularities' with MH370 that the flight crew didn't sign off in the customary manner in their last communication, i.e. Malaysian three seven zero, but simply said Good Night?