Preliminary Accident Reports

August 2005 Issue

June 5, 2005, Boerne, Texas / RV-6A Experimental

At approximately 1300 Central time the airplane sustained substantial damage during a hard landing. The Private pilot and sole occupant of the airplane received minor injuries. Visual conditions prevailed. During the hard landing, the airplane lost its main landing gear. As a result, the airplane departed off the side of the runway “and flipped over,” coming to rest in the inverted position....

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