- Jun 11, 2021
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Well how do you know that in this case, if the cub had a adsb out, the warrior wouldn't have seen him and made corrective action? How many of these happen on a daily basis and are not reported, I mean why would anyone report this. Come to think of it, it might be good idea to file NASA reports on possible mid air collisions caught early then maybe the FAA would have some data.I'm not anti-ADSB, but this accident doesn't seem like a good choice for the "everyone must have ADSB" argument. According to the NTSB the student in the Warrior was doing pattern work and was on short approach. Do we really want student pilots (or anyone, for that matter) with their head down looking at an ADSB display in the pattern?