The captain of the GLMI glider would undoubtedly have landed this aircraft without a problem. His earlier training made a VFR sunny day landing, engines out , not only a possibility but a reality. ( including a nice slip at the end) These fellows had engines that were producing yet the whole cockpit full of pilots could not get it safely on the ground. If it was a cultural problem, dependence on auto throttle ( which was off) etc. etc. , whatever....it was a massive f.... Up.