Don’t Stop Wallops Flights


Dear Editor:

If you live near an airport, you have planes — leaving and returning. Some come to train (touch-and-go). Planes do crash. They are man-made and will crash; not often, but it does happen. Embrace the fact that four navigators were able to get out of a bad plane and that the plane hit a field and not a home or town.

Stopping the training at Wallops is not the answer. They are getting ready to launch a rocket, aren’t they?

John W. Hallett,

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