March 19th, 2014
10:34 PM ET

U.S. Navy Commander William Marks: You have to look at the areas that are least searched

Members of the U.S. Navy's Seventh Fleet are in the southern Indian Ocean search for Flight 370 in an area about the size of New Mexico. Commander William Marks is the fleet's spokesman, He told Anderson "I know if this were me and my family, I would want the U.S. Navy out here looking and that's what we are doing."

Anderson discussed the search with David Gallo, who co-led the search for Air France Flight 447, along with retired airline pilot Ron Brown.

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  1. belvinl

    Black hole? That was on the internet as a possible explanation by CNN. I think the victims' families would appreciate it if CNN remained serious. This is not a joke to them. Leave those types of jokes to late night TV, please. I suggest applying Occum's razor. "Occam's Razor is a line of reasoning that says the simplest answer is often correct." (Internet) Please read "Experienced pilot Chris Goodfellow has examined the case of missing Malaysia Airlines flight 370 and, drawing on his 20 years of flight experience, offers "a startlingly simple theory" about what happened aboard the flight and where the plane will be found. " http://www.upi.com/Top_News/World-News/2014/03/19/The-startlingly-simple-theory-behind-missing-Malaysia-Airlines-flight-370/8341395247251/#ixzz2wbtOt0ir
    Obviously there are other possibilities. We all hope the pilot landed the plane safely. The truth, however, is that the disappearance is not at all odd. It is due to a lack of dilligence on our part to track planes. I am still hoping the insurance company, if there is one, will step up and try, since governments seem unable to locate the plane. If the passengers are alive, or if this ever happened again, insurance companies would have a lot to gain by finding the plane and possible survivors themselves, or learning how to avoid this. In the meantime, if the captain announces a problem on my flight, I will raid the stewardess's cart for a week's worth of soda and peanuts before assuming the crash position. I do not think anyone will blame me for that.

    March 21, 2014 at 11:35 am |

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