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Gameel Al-Batouti



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EgyptAir Flight 990 Cabin Crew
Undated file photos show the cockpit crew (L to R: Capt. Ahmed el-Habashy, Capt. Raouf Noureddin, Capt. Gameel El-Batouty and Capt. Adel Anwar) of Egyptair Flight 990 that crashed into the Atlantic Ocean after taking off from New York's Kennedy International Airport Oct. 31, 1999, killing all 217 people aboard. The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) attributed the crash of EgyptAir Flight 990 to Captain El-Batouty March 21, 2002, claiming that he cut power to the engines and directed the plane into the sea off of Nantucket Island. The NTSB report found no mechanical problems with the aircraft and gave no reason for El-Batouty's action. (Photo by Getty Images)



A computer rendering of SU-GAP









The damaged flight data recorder from EgyptAir Flight 990



The magnetic tape inside the flight data recorder from EgyptAir Flight 990,
which crashed on October 31, 1999



U.S. Navy Lieutenant Junior Grade Jason S. Hall (right) watches as FBI Agent Duback (left) tags
the cockpit voice recorder from EgyptAir Flight 990 on November 13, 1999.





Nantucket Island, MA (Oct. 31)--Crewmembers from the Coast Guard Cutter
Monomoy (WPB 1326) recover wreckage from EgyptAir Flight 990 which
crashed some 60 miles south of Nantucket Island, Mass.



Nantucket Island, MA (Oct. 31)--Crew from the Coast Guard Cutter Reliance pass wreckage
from EgyptAir Flight 990 over to the the ship during recovery operations.
(USCG photo by ENS Mike Ferebee)



Off the coast of Nantucket, MA (Nov. 1)--The debris of EgyptAir Flight 990 that crashed
about 60 miles off the coast south of Nantucket Island, Mass lays on the deck of Coast
Guard Cutter Reliance.
(USCG photo by PA1 Telfair H. Brown)

National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) Chairman Jim Hall answers a question at a news conference in Washington November 15, 1999 concerning the EgyptAir Flight 990 crash. Accident investigators raised the possibility they might have to surrender leadership of the EgyptAir probe to others, which under U.S. rules would happen only if the deadly crash was not an accident, but a crime. (Photo by Mark Wilson)



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