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On March 24, 1999, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) commences air strikes against Yugoslavia with the bombing of Serbian military positions in the Yugoslav province of Kosovo. Operation Michael, engineered by the German chief of the general staff, Erich von Ludendorff, aimed to decisively break ...read more, The North Vietnamese “Ho Chi Minh Campaign” begins. Les 144 passagers et six membres d'équipage ont été tués sur le coup dans l'accidentn 1. Additionally, the flight data recorder showed Lubitz seemed to have rehearsed his suicide mission during an earlier flight that same day, when he repeatedly set the plane’s altitude dial to just 100 feet while the captain was briefly out of the cockpit. March 26, 2015 04:23. Andreas Lubitz, a 28-year-old German, has been identified as the co-pilot of the Germanwings airliner that crashed in the French Alps on Tuesday, killing all 150 people on board. Sounds captured on the recorder show one pilot banging on the door after being locked out of the cockpit. According to The New York Times, a U.S. Federal Aviation Administration study found that out of 2,758 aviation accidents documented by the FAA from 2003 to 2012, only eight were ruled suicides. The Germanwings crash is a heavy blow to the piloting profession because a lot of people are fundamentally afraid of flying and this will generate knew catastrophic fantasies to make them stew. The NATO offensive came in response to a new wave of ethnic cleansing launched by Serbian ...read more, U.S. astronaut Shannon Lucid transfers to the Russian space station Mir from the U.S. space shuttle Atlantis for a planned five-month stay. Golden, the younger of the two boys, asked to be excused from his class, pulled a fire alarm and then ran to join Johnson in a wooded area 100 yards away ...read more, On March 24, 1862, abolitionist orator Wendell Phillips is booed while attempting to give a lecture in Cincinnati, Ohio. â -- The co-pilot who was at the controls of the Germanwings plane that crashed in the French Alps this week had logged relatively few hours, at least by U.S. standards, prior to the fatal flight. A file photo of the man believed to be Andreas Lubitz, co-pilot of Germanwings Flight 9525, which crashed March 24, 2015, in the French Alps. Selah. On March 24, 2015, the co-pilot of a German airliner deliberately flies the plane into the French Alps, killing himself and the other 149 people onboard. “I know I need, despite the difficult situation, to achieve longer sleep and reduce stress,” the email reportedly said. Germanwings crash and pilots: Our view. At 10:31 a.m. the plane began a rapid descent and 10 minutes later crashed in mountainous terrain near the town of Prads-Haute-Bleone in southern France. Investigators turned up evidence that in the months leading up to the crash Lubitz had visited a series of doctors for an unknown condition. Despite the 1973 Paris Peace Accords cease fire, the fighting had continued between South Vietnamese forces and the North Vietnamese troops in South Vietnam. The co-pilot had been flying for Germanwings since June 2014 and was the holder a class 1 medical certificate that was first issued in April 2008 and had been revalidated . French accident investigators released their final report into Germanwings Flight 4U 9525, which crashed in the Alps in March 2015, about a â¦ The daughter of King Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn, Elizabeth succeeded to the throne in 1559 upon the death ...read more, One of the worst oil spills in U.S. territory begins when the supertanker Exxon Valdez, owned and operated by the Exxon Corporation, runs aground on a reef in Prince William Sound in southern Alaska. The Germanwings Airbus A320 crashed on 24 March 2015 killing all 149 people on board, Find your bookmarks in your Independent Premium section, under my profile. T he morning after Germanwings Flight 9525 crashed into the French Alpsâbefore any real details were known about the state of the plane or co â¦ At a Thursday press conference, a French prosecutor said recordings from the airplane's black box suggest Lubitz brought the A320 Airbus down deliberately . Germanwings Pilot Was Locked Out of Cockpit Before Crash in France. The existing Open Comments threads will continue to exist for those who do not subscribe to Independent Premium. He took time off from the program in 2009 to undergo treatment for psychological problems but later was readmitted and obtained his commercial pilot’s license in 2012. Le crash du vol 9525 de Germanwings, vol régulier qui reliait Barcelone (Espagne) à Düsseldorf (Allemagne), est survenu le 24 mars 2015 à 9 h 41 UTC (ou 10 h 41 CET) dans les Alpes du Sud françaises, sur la commune de Prads-Haute-Bléone, à la suite d'un acte volontaire du copilote de l'Airbus A320-211, Andreas Lubitz1. Flowers are left in front of the monument in homage to the victims of Germanwings Flight 4U 9525 in Le Vernet, southeastern France, Andreas Lubitz was deemed ‘unsuitable for flight duties’ for a period of time during his training with Lufthansa and was receiving regular treatment for depression, sources have claimed as investigators focus their inquiry on his personal life and background, People believed to be relatives of the deceased crew on Germanwings flight 4U9525 comfort each other at a reception centre in Le Vernet, France, Rescue workers gather with friends and relatives of those killed onboard Germanwings flight 4U9525 at a reception centre in Le Vernet, France, Flags representing some of the nationalities of the victims are seen as family members and relatives gather near the crash site of an Airbus A320 in the French Alps, German and Spain flags symbolizing some of the nationalities of the victims are seen as family members and relatives gather for a ceremony in Le Vernet near the crash site of an Airbus A320 in the French Alps, Flags symbolizing some of the nationalities of the victims, are seen near the memorial stele in Le Vernet during a ceremony to pay tribute to the victims of an Airbus A320 in the French Alps, French gendarmes and investigators make their way through debris from wreckage on the mountainside at the crash site of an Airbus A320, near Seyne-les-Alpes, French gendarmes and investigators work amongst the debris of the Airbus A320 at the site of the crash, near Seyne-les-Alpes, French Alps, French gendarmes and investigators make their way through the debris of the Airbus A320 at the site of the crash near Seyne-les-Alpes, French Alps, Wreckage of the Airbus A320 is seen at the site of the crash, near Seyne-les-Alpes, French Alps, A body of a victim is evacuated by a French Gendarmerie rescue helicopter from the crash site of an Airbus A320, near Seyne-les-Alpes, Rescue workers recover bodies of victims from the crash site of an Airbus A320, near Seyne-les-Alpes, French military personnel work amongst the debris of the Airbus A320 at the site of the crash, near Seyne-les-Alpes, French Alps, A helicopter of the French Gendarmerie flies over the crash site of the Germanwings Airbus A320 that crashed in the French Alps, above the town of Seyne-les-Alpes, southeastern France, Search and rescue workers make their way through debris at the crash site of the Germanwings Airbus A320 that crashed in the French Alps, above the town of Seyne-les-Alpes, southeastern France, Flowers and lit candles are placed on the ground in Cologne Bonn airport, Victims’ relatives join carers outside the school gym in Seyne, Lufthansa CEO Carsten Spohr, left, and Germanwings CEO Thomas Winkelmann arrive for a press conference near the Germanwings headquarters in Cologne, Germany, Andreas Lubitz, the co-pilot that crashed the Germanwings Airbus A320 in the French Alps, Buses loaded with relatives of victims are escorted after their arrival at Marseille airport, southern France, Family and relatives of the victims of the Germanwings plane crash in the Alps are taken on bus to the Prat airport from a hotel in Castelldefels in Barcelona, Spain, to take a Lufthansa flight to visit the crash site in Seyne les Alps in France, An Airbus plane of German airline Lufthansa carrying onboard relatives of the Germanwings plane crash victims takes off from the Duesseldorf airport in Duesseldorf, western Germany, en route to Marseille, A Germanwings employee places flowers in commemoration of the victims of the Germanwings plane crash in the French Alps, at the airport in Duesseldorf, Germany, Members of German Government Chancellor Angela Merkel, Vice Chancellor and Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel and Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier, from right, hold a minute of silence to commemorate the victims of the Germanwings plane crash in the French Alps at the parliament Bundestag in Berlin, Germany, Realtives of passengers of the Germanwings airliner that crashed in the French Alps leave the Gran Hotel Rey Don Jaime towards Barcelona El Prat airport where a lufthansa plane will fly to Marseille, in Barcelona, Spain, Olivier Cousin (R), director of the mountain rescue team, which is responsible for the safety of the emergency workers on site, gives an interview in Seyne Les Alpes, France, Alpine climbers take off in a police helicopter in Seyne Les Alpes, German Chancellor Angela Merkel (L), French President Francois Hollande (C) and Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy pay respect to victims in front of the mountain in Seyne-les-Alpes, the day after the air crash of a Germanwings Airbus A320, A member of the search and rescue personnel stands at the crash site of the Germanwings Airbus A320 in the French Alps, Search and rescue personnel at the crash site of the Germanwings Airbus A320 in the French Alps, A sealed container holds black box from the German Airbus operated by Lufthansa's Germanwings budget Airbus A320 crash, The voice data recorder of the Germanwings jetliner that crashed in the French Alps, Germanwings employees cry as they place flowers and lit candles outside the company headquarters in Cologne Bonn airport, A student who knew some of the German students involved in a crashed plane, reacts during a minute of silence in front of the council building in Llinars del Valles, near Barcelona, Spain, Photograph of victims, flowers and candles stand outside the Joseph-Koenig-Gymnasium high school where pupils had gathered to pay tribute to 16 students and two teachers from the school who were on Germanwings flight 4U9525 that crashed yesterday in southern France on March 25, 2015 in Haltern, Germany, Pupils gather at the Joseph-Koenig-Gymnasium high school to pay tribute to 16 students and two teachers from the school who were on Germanwings flight 4U9525 that crashed yesterday in southern France in Haltern, Germany, Students gather in front of the Josef-König secondary school in Haltern am See, western Germany, where some of the Germanwings plane crash victims studied, A Lufthansa employee signs in a condolence book in Frankfurt, Germany, The flags of (L-R) Aragon, Spain and the European Union are lowered to half-mast at the Regional Assembly of Aragon in Zaragoza, Spain, as a sign of respect for the victims of the German plane crash in the French Alps, The German and the European Union flags hang at half mast in memory of the victims of the plane crash in France in front of the Federal Chancellery in Berlin, Germany, French President François Hollande with Spain’s King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia pay their respects to the victims of the German plane crash in the French Alps, Debris from the Germanwings Airbus A320 at the crash site in the French Alps above the southeastern town of Seyne, Wreckage and debris lie on the mountain slopes after the crash of the Germanwings Airbus A320 over the French Alps, Staff members of Germanwings and Lufthansa hold a candlelight vigil outside their headquarters in Cologne, A photo provided by the French Gendarmerie shows the crash site in the French Alps, A rescue helicopter from the French Gendarmerie flies over the French Alps, as day fades into night near to the crash site of the Airbus A320, A general view of the crash site of a Germanwings Airbus A320 in the French Alps above Seyne-les-Alpes is pictured in this photo provided by the French Gendarmerie, Family members of people involved in a crashed plane arrives at the Barcelona airport in Spain, Rescue helicopters from the French Gendarmerie and the Air Force are seen in front of the French Alps during a rescue operation near to the crash site, A helicopter of the French National Gendarmerie is seen in Seyne, south-eastern France, near the site where a Germanwings Airbus A320 crashed in the French Alps, ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT/AFP/Getty Images, French emergency services workers (back) and members of the French gendarmerie gather in Seyne, south-eastern France, near the site where a Germanwings Airbus A320 crashed in the French Alps, An helicopter of civil security services is seen in Seyne, south-eastern France, near the site where a Germanwings Airbus A320 crashed in the French Alps, Relatives of passangers of the Germanwings plane crashed in French Alps arrive escorted by police officer at Terminal 2 of Barcelona El Prat airport in Barcelona, Relatives of passangers of the Germanwings plane crashed in French Alps arrive at Terminal 2 of Barcelona El Prat airport in Barcelona, Spain, Relatives of passengers killed in Germanwings plane crash arrive at the airport in Duesseldorf, Germany, Police escort a family member of an aircrash victim at Barcelona's El Prat airport, French firefighters prepare to take-off in Digne-les-Bains for the crash site of an Airbus A320, in the French Alps, A family member of a passenger killed in Germanwings plane crash reacts as he arrives at Barcelona's El Prat airport, People arrive at a holding area for friends and relatives of passengers on Germanwings flight 4U9525 from Barcelona to Dusseldorf at Dusseldorf International Airport in Dusseldorf, Germany, People waiting for flight 4U 9525 are lead away by airport staff at the airport in Duesseldorf, Germany, A relative (C) of passangers of the Germanwings plane crashed in French Alps arrives at the Terminal 2 of the Barcelona El Prat airport, A man who appears to have waited for the missing flight 4U 9525 reacts at the airport in Duesseldorf, Germany, epa04676936 A man looks at a monitor showing a map released on the webpage 'flightradar24 with the exact point where the radar signal of the crashed Airbus A320 aircraft operated by German budget airline 'Germanwings' went missing near Barcelonnette, in the department of Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, in Madrid, Spain.