Fix to software problem behind naval helicopter cr

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HALIFAX – Experts say the software issue behind last year’s deadly naval helicopter crash off Greece needs to be fixed immediately

Two internal reviews by the Canadian Armed Forces found the autopilot took control of the C-H-148 Cyclone helicopter, plunging it into the Ionian Sea as the pilot was returning to H-M-C-S Fredericton on April 29th, 2020.

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Engineer and former U-S navy pilot Missy Cummings calls the pilot’s inability to regain control from automated software a very serious problem that needs to be addressed before it causes another fatality.

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