AIR-GROUND COMMUNICATIONS OF THE MA-6 FLIGHT

MUCHEA (THIRD ORBIT)-Continued

03 58 58

3.5

CC

Roger, understand no low right thruster on fly-by-wire.

03 59 02

2.2

P

That is affirmative. Got it?

03 59 06

4.8

CC

We would like to send you a Z and R Cal sometime during your 30-minute report . . .

03 59 11

0.9

P

Roger. Fine.

03 59 13

2.8

CC

You want to start down the 30-minute report there?

03 59 16

3.6

P

This is Friendship Seven. In 45 more seconds I would like to have you send a message for me, please. Over.

03 59 23

13.9

P

I want you to send a message to the Director, to the Commandant, U.S. Marine Corps, Washington. Tell him I have my 4 hours required flight time in for the month and request flight chit be established for me. Over.

03 59 39

0.9

CC

Roger. Will do.

03 59 47

1.1

CC

Think they'll pay it?

03 59 49

3.0

P

I don't know. Gonna find out.

03 59 51

3.7

CC

Roger. Is this flying time or rocket time?

03 59 53

1.4

P

Lighter than air, buddy.

03 59 59

0.3

CC

Rog.

04 00 03

2.3

CC

We're sending you a Z and R Cal, hear.

04 00 07

0.5

P

very well.

04 00 09

0.8

CC

Coming now.

04 00 11

3.4

CC

Are you going to start down on this procedure, or this 30-minute stuff?

04 00 15

36.3

P

Yes, all the fuse switches are still in the same position, Gordo. I haven't changed any of those. Squib is armed, Auto Retrojettison is off. I am on fly-by-wire, auto, and gyro normal. All "T" handles are in. The sequence panel is normal except for Landing Bag in the off position. The attitude indicator has been rather erratic, they drift very rapidly sometimes. Especially when I maneuver myself and then come back onto ASCS. It seems they have been thrown way off at that time.

04 00 51

0.4

CC

Roger.

04 00 53

10.6

P

My retrogradetime04 plus S32plus 38 for capsule time which corrects for 1 error in this clock.

04 01 09

9.3

CC

On that, MCC recommends you change that to 04 32 37 shortly after you get done with these others.

04 01 14

55.6

P

Roger. Okay, cabin pressure is still holding at 5.5. It's been there ever since we left. 90 [percent] on cabin temp, relative humidity is back up again now to about 36 [percent], coolant quantity is down a little bit too, we may have had a small water leak some place since we have that much increase in humidity, cause it was down around 20 [percent]. Our coolant quantity, though, is down around 62 [percent] now. The suit temperature is 70 [degrees] inlet; cabin suit pressure is 5.8. Steam temperature is 4 point, is 48 [degrees]. Oxygen is 60-90 [percent]. Amps are 24, ASCS is 11, about 115 now. Fan, is 110. Over.

04 02 10

3.2

CC

Roger. All your switches outboard?

04 02 13

7.9

P

That's affirmative. On the right side, everything is outboard except the fuel quantity warning light which is on. I have that switch inboard to cut the audio.


184
MUCHEA (THIRD ORBIT)-Continued

04 02 22

6.2

P

The only 2 switch fuses in the center off position, on the right, are Retro Jettison and Retro Manual. Over.

04 02 29

1.7

CC

Roger. Comfort control settings?

04 02 32

2.5

P

Control settings on the water?

04 02 36

0.3

CC

Rog.

04 02 44

17.4

P

Water on, on cabin temperature is setting number 2. Setting on the suit temp is beyond the 1.7 mark. I repeat, beyond the 1.7 mark which is the maximum setting.

04 02 55

4.9

CC

Roger. I understand. What is your opinion on the gyro problem, John?

04 03 00

11.3

P

Well, I don't know. I want to start lining up just as carefully as I can here in a minute and see whether the scanners will pick it up and correct it in so that we have a good retrofire attitude. If it is not, I'll aline it myself. Over.

04 03 12

4.8

CC

Roger. Do you have your three Dog, Easy, and Hotel times from Indian Ocean Ship?

04 03 17

1.7

P

Yes I did. I got these okay.

04 03 19

15.3

CC

And, now I gave you the recommended change in the retro clock to 04 32 37. On your retro, using ASCS, you'll be using high torque thrusters for retrofire mode there. What do you say about retroing by ASCS and backing up by fly-by-wire?

04 03 36

6.5

P

Well-well, you can't, you couldn't do it on ASCS and fly-by-wire. You mean on manual.

04 03 43

4.9

CC

No, I meant you could go ASCS by fly-by-wire and back it up on manual proportional.

04 03 48

17.6

P

Yes. If the ASCS appears to be programing and holding a good orbit attitude I'll let it go on ASCS and back it up with manual. If not, if it appears that the gyros are cocked as they were a little while ago, then I'll just stay on manual retrofire, I think and let it go at that.

04 04 07

2.9

CC

Are you in manual proportional or fly-by-wire now?

04 04 10

1.5

P

I'm in fly-by-wire now.

04 04 21

6.4

P

This is Friendship Seven. I am going to as near orbit attitude as I can establish here on the dark side.


WOOMERA (THIRD ORBIT)

04 04 40

4.0

CC

Friendship Seven, Woomera Cap Com. We have contact UHF and TM solid.

04 04 44

2.3

P

Roger, Woomera, loud and clear.

04 04 49

8.9

P

Fuel is 52-45 [percent], oxygen is 60-90 [percent], amps 25. Over.

04 05 06

1.5

P

Hello, Wommera, did you receive? Over.

04 05 08

6.4

CC

Roger, Friendship Seven. Surgeon recommends that if you haven't eaten that you eat in the near future.

04 05 18

12.3

P

This is Friendship Seven. Negative. I did not eat an that last round because of, I was busy with the ASCS problem. Over.

04 05 30

4.1

CC

Friendship Seven, let's have your fuel readings. Over.

04 05 35

1.4

P

Say again, Woonera.

04 05 38

2.1

CC

Let's have your fuel readings. over.

04 05 41

6.4

P

Roger. Fuel readings are 50-45 [percent], correction 52-45 [percent], over.

04 05 49

3.0

CC

Roger, . . . temperature. over.

04 05 55

1.5

P

Say again please. Over.

04 05 58

3.9

CC

Friendship Seven, you are fading temperature. Over.

04 06 02

4.0

P

Roger, steam temperature is 49-49 [degrees]. Over.

04 06 08

1.6

CC

Roger, Friendship Seven.

04 06 10

4.3

P

This is Friendship Seven. Turning more water on on that one, see if I can cool it down a little more.

04 07 30

7.6

P

This is Friendship Seven. I can notice a little crackling on fly-by-wire switches when I operate-fly-by-wire; it comes in on the head set.

04 13 41

16.8

P

This is Friendship Seven. Turned around, yawed 180 [degrees] to see the sunrise here, and also to see these little, these little gadgets here that I don't know what they are.

04 14 04

7.9

P

They do not seem to be coming from the capsule at all. There are too many of them. They're all spread out all over the place; it looks like they're some of them might be miles away.


185
CANTON (THIRD ORBIT)

04 15 23

5.4

CT

This is Com Tech, Canton Com Tech. Do you read? Over.

04 15 28

3.2

P

Go ahead, Canton.

04 15 33

5.9

CT

Com Tech, Roger, read you loud and clear. Friendship Seven, this is Canton Com Tech, you are weak but readable. Standby for Cap Com.

04 15 40

0.6

P

Roger.

04 15 42

2.5

CC

This is Canton Cap Can. Over.

04 15 45

5.9

P

Canton Cap Com, standby I'll give you a report in a minute here. I'm maneuvering back into retro attitude.

04 15 52

1.2

CC

OK. Standing by.

04 18 02

6.5

CC

Friendship Seven. this is Canton Cap Com. We are not receiving your transmissions and we have not lost your contact. Over.

04 18 09

24.2

P

Roger, Canton. I was busy maneuvering here. I did not give you your report yet, was getting lights set up and trying to stow everything for retro fire. I have 45-45 [percent] on fuel, oxygen is 60-90 [percent], amps is 23. My retrograde time is still set at 04 plus 32 plus 38. Over.

04 18 35

3.2

CC

Roger, Friendship Seven. Canton standing by.

04 18 38

0.4

P

Roger.

04 19 19

6.5

P

This is Friendship Seven, Canton. I am getting in in orbit attitude so I can cage and uncage the gyros again. They're off again. Over.

04 19 27

1.3

CC

Roger. Friendship Seven.

04 19 29

1.5

P

Request you notify Cape.

04 19 34

4.5

CC

Friendship Seven, this Cap Com. I did not read your last transmission. Would you repeat please?

04 19 39

16.3

P

Roger. Canton. Please notify Cape that I am indicating a roll 10° right, yaw 10° right, and pitch a plus 15 [degrees] when I'm in orbit attitude on the window and the scope. Over.


HAWAII (THIRD ORBIT)

04 21 00

2.0

CT

Friendship Seven, Hawaii Com Tech. How do you read? Over.

04 21 04

2.1

P

Loud and clear, Hawaii Com Tech. How me?

04 21 09

2.4

CT

Roger. Reading you loud and clear o n HF.

04 21 13

6.2

P

Roger, this is Friendship Seven. Caging gyros and uncaging.

04 21 43

8.5

P

Hawaii Com Tech, Cap Com, this is Friendship Seven. Fuel 43-45 [percent], oxygen is 60-90 [percent], amps is 23. Over.

04 21 56

2.0

P

Hello, Hawaii Com Tech. Do you receive? Over.

04 21 59

5.3

CT

Friendship Seven, Hawaii Com Tech. Roger. Transfer from HF, would you go to UHF? Over.

04 22 05

1.3

P

Roger. Going UHF.

04 22 30

2.7

CT

Friendship Seven, do you read on UHF? Over.

04 22 35

2.0

P

Roger, read UHF loud and clear.

04 22 38

3.9

CC

Friendship Seven, Hawaii Cap Com. Reading you loud and clear on UHE .

04 22 45

18.0

CC

Friendship Seven, we have been reading an indication on the ground of segment 51, which is Landing Bag Deploy. We suspect this is a erroneous signal. However, Cape would like you to check this by putting the Landing Bag switch in auto position, and see if you get a light. Do you concur with this? Over.

04 23 09

6.6

P

Okay. If that's what they recommend, we'll go ahead and try it. Are you ready for it now?

04 23 16

0.9

CC

Yes, when you're ready.

04 23 17

6.8

P

Roger. Negative, in automatic position did not get a light and I'm back in off position now. Over.

04 23 25

4.9

CC

Roger, that's fine. In this case, we'll go ahead, and the reentry sequence will be normal.

04 23 31

1.8

P

Roger, reentry sequence will be normal.

04 23 34

3.1

CC

Friendship Seven, have you completed your pre-retro check list?

04 23 38

4.3

P

This is Friendship Seven. Going to pre-re check list at present time.

04 23 43

1.1

CC

Roger. I'll standby.

04 25 05

1.4

CC

Friendship Seven, Hawaii Cap Com.

04 25 08

0.7

P

Go ahead, Hawaii.

04 25 10

2.8

CC

Have you completed pre-retro check list at this time?

04 25 13

2.2

P

That's affirmative. I'm just now completing it.

04 25 17

10.6

CC

Roger. Can you comment again on this, the attitude system with respect to the, respect to the visual reference, bow you feel about this at this time?


186
HAWAII (THIRD ORBIT)-Continued

04 25 28

12.5

P

Well, it's into, it's in and out of orientation mode right now and is wasting fuel, in yaw. I may have to cut it in yaw, I don't know. It appears to be correcting, though, at the present time or maybe the scanners are correcting it okay now.

04 25 42

1.6

CC

Roger, what mode are you in now?

04 25 44

1.9

P

I'm in ASCS, automatic.

04 25 47

0.4

CC

Understand.

04 25 51

7.4

CC

Did you understand the Cape would like you to change your clock by one second, to 04 32 37?

04 25 58

1.7

P

Negative. I'll change it right now.

04 26 03

4.3

P

Okay. Time is now 04 32 and 37.

04 26 08

1.2

CC

We confirm with TM readout.

04 26 10

0.5

P

Roger.

04 26 13

8.7

CC

Everything looks good on the ground. The inverter temperatures are &little high; 225° on the 150, 212° on the 250. Everything else looks pretty good.

04 26 22

0.5

P

Roger.

04 26 28

2.7

CC

Surgeon would like to know if you're still comfortable.

04 26 31

5.3

P

Roger, I'm in very good shape. I'll go through exercise bit in just a minute here, as soon as I get done with check list.

04 26 05

7.8

P

Okay, going through light test. Okay, checks okay.

04 27 38

2.4

P

Okay, 5 minutes to retrograde, light is on.

04 27 43

1.7

CC

Rog, 5 minutes to retrograde, tight on.

04 27 54

4.8

CC

TM is breaking up now. Friendship Seven, would you like a G.m.t. time hack?

04 27 58

0.8

P

Roger, please.

04 28 00

4.8

CC

On my mark G.m.t. will be 19 plus 15 plus 45--MARK.

04 28 08

0.6

P

Roger.

04 28 10

7.1

CC

GET on my mark will be 04 plus 2 . . . .

04 28 18

2.5

P

Say again capsule elapsed time please. Over.

04 28 21

6.9

CC

Give you a new hack. On my mark it will be 04 plus 28 plus 35, six seconds.

04 28 29

15.5

P

Roger. Let me give you a hack and figure a new retrograde time from the Cape. My time from launch will read 04 plus 28 plus 45 on my mark. Standby, 2, 3, 4, MARK.

04 28 49

4.5

CC

Friendship Seven, Hawaii Cap, Com. You were breaking up at the last. I could not read your time hack.

04 28 56

13.4

P

Roger. this is Friendship Seven. I'll give you another time hack at 04 plus 29 plus 10. Standby, 7,8, 9, MARK.

04 29 14

1.4

P

Hawaii, did you receive? Over.

04 29 28

1.3

P

Hello Hawaii, did you receive?


CALIFORNIA (THIRD ORBIT)

04 29 56

2.1

P

Hello California, Friendship Seven. Over.

04 30 11

2.3

P

Hello California Cap Com, Friendship Seven. Over.

04 30 20

2.2

P

Hello California Cap Com. Friendship Seven. Over.

04 30 32

2.8

CC

Friendship Seven, this is California Cap Com. Read you loud and clear, how me?

04 30 35

3.7

P

California Cap Com, Friendship Seven, UHF. Do you receive now? Over.

04 30 41

2.8

P

Hello California Cap Com, Friendship Seven, UHF. Over.

04 30 45

2.4

CC

Friendship Seven, California. Cap Com. How do you read? Over.

04 30 48

2.5

P

This is Friendship Seven. Loud and clear. How me? Over.

04 30 56

2.4

P

Hello California Cap Com, Friendship Seven. Over.

04 31 06

1.8

P

California Cap Com, Friendship Seven. Over.

04 31 09

3.7

CT

Seven, this is California Com Tech, California Com Tech. How do you read? Over.

04 31 13

2.9

P

This is Friendship Seven. Loud and clear. How me? Over.

04 31 18

4.1

CT

Roger. Friendship Seven, this is California Com Tech. Reading you loud and clear on UHF:

04 31 21

16.7

P

Roger, this is Friendship Seven. Let me give you my time, my capsule elapsed time is 04 plus 31 plus 35 on my mark. 2, 3, 4, MARK. Will you relay that immediately to Cape? I think we're several seconds off. Over.

04 31 40

5.5

CC

Roger. we have you on that. Will give you the count down for retro-sequence time., John. you're looking good.

04 31 46

3.7

P

Roger. We only have 50 seconds to retrograde. Over.

04 31 50

2.7

CC

John, I',, give a mark. 45, MARK.

04 31 53

0.3

P

Roger.


187
CALIFORNIA (THIRD ORBIT)-Continued

04 31 57

2.8

P

I'm on ASCS and backing it up manual. Over.

04 32 02

0.5

CC

Roger, John.

04 32 07

1.6

P

My fuel is 39 [percent]

04 32 09

1.0

CC

Thirty seconds, John.

04 32 11

1.6

P

Roger. Retro-warning is on.

04 32 13

0.3

CC

Good.

04 32 15

4.1

CC

John, leave your retropack on through your pass over Texas. Do you read?

04 32 19

0.6

P

Roger.

04 32 23

1.5

CC

15 seconds to sequence.

04 32 25

0.5

P

Roger.

04 32 28

0.2

CC

10.

04 32 32

5.2

CC

5. 4, 3, 2, 1, MARK.

04 32 39

2.0

P

Roger, retro sequence is green.

04 32 42

2.0

CC

You have a green. You look good on attitude.

04 32 44

1.5

P

Retro attitude is green.

04 32 50

1.2

CC

Just past 20.

04 32 52

0.4

P

say again.

04 32 53

0.2

CC

Seconds.

04 32 55

0.4

P

Roger.

04 33 02

5.2

CC

5, 4, 3, 2, 1, fire.

04 33 69

2.4

P

Roger, retros are firing.

04 33 12

0.9

CC

Sure, they be.

04 33 15

3.1

P

Are they ever. It feels like I'm going back toward Hawaii.

04 33 19

1.9

CC

Don't do that, you want to go to the East Coast.

04 33 23

2.2

P

Roger. Fire retro light is green.

04 33 26

0.7

CC

All three here.

04 33 28

0.5

P

Roger.

04 33 32

4.1

P

Roger, retros have stopped. A hundred . . . .

04 33 37

2.5

CC

Keep your retro pack on until you pass Texas.

04 33 40

1.0

P

That's affirmative.

04 33 41

0.3

CC

Check.

04 33 47

2.9

CC

Pretty good looking flight from what all we've seen.

04 33 51

3.4

P

Roger, everything went pretty good except for all this ASCS problem.

04 33 55

2.8

CC

It looked like your attitude held pretty well. Did you have to back it up at all?

04 33 57

3.9

P

Oh. yes. quite a bit. Yeah, I had slot of trouble with it.

04 34 04

2.1

CC

Good enough for Government work from down here.

04 34 06

2.2

P

Yes, sir, it looks good, Wally. We'll see you back East.

04 34 08

0.2

CC

Rog.

04 34 09

0.6

P

All right, boy.

04 34 11

1.3

P

Fire Retro is green.

04 34 14

0.5

CC

Roger.

04 34 15

2.2

P

Jettison retro is red. I'm holding onto it.

04 34 18

0.5

CC

Good head.

04 34 28

2.4

P

I'll tell you, there is no doubt about it when the retros fire.

04 34 32

1.4

CC

Gathered that from your comments.

04 34 39

35.1

P

Everything is looking good, I'll give you a fast readout here. Fuel is 29-27 [percent]. The cabin pressure holding 5.5, cabin air is 88 [degrees], relative humidity is 33 [percent]; coolant quantity, 58 [percent], temperature is 71 [degrees], suit temperature is 71 [degrees], suit pressure is 5.8, steam temperature is 53 [degrees] in the suit, oxygen is, primary 60 [percent], 89 [percent] on secondary.

04 35 17

4.3

CC

Looks pretty good on this end. How did the attitude seem to hold? Did you have any diversions in yaw at all?

04 35 21

5.3

P

Negative. very close. I backed it up and worked right along with the ASCS and it looked like it held right on the money.

04 35 27

2.9

CC

Roger, we didn't notice any particular disparity here.

04 35 29

4.0

P

Roger, good. Do you have a time for going to Jettison Retro? Over-Texas

04 35 33

1.4

CC

will give you that message. Over.

04 35 35

0.3

P

Roger.

04 35 39

6.7

P

This is Friendship Seven, cutting yaw on automatic and I'll control that manually; it keeps banging in and out of orientation.

04 35 46

1.3

CC

Roger, Friendship Seven.

04 35 49

1.7

P

Hello, Texas. Friendship Seven. Over.


188
CALIFORNIA (THIRD ORBIT)-Continued

04 35 56

1.9

CC

Friendship Seven, Cal Cap Com. Do you read?

04 35 58

0.6

P

Roger.

04 35 59

3.3

CC

Consideration about leaving retropack on, they will inform you over Texas.

04 36 03

0.5

P

Roger.

04 36 05

1.2

P

Roger, over the Coast.

04 36 07

1.2

CC

Roger, clear blue here.

04 36 OS

0.4

P

Yes, sir

04 36 28

5.6

P

This is Friendship Seven. Can see El Centro and the Imperial Valley down there; Salton Sea very clear.

04 36 34

2.4

CC

It should be pretty green; we've had a lot of rain down here

04 36 37

0.4

P

Yes, sir.

04 36 47

2.5

CC

Do you notice any contrast over the coastline, John?

04 36 50

0.8

P

say again.

04 36 51

1.8

CC

How about contrast over the coastline?

04 36 53

0.7

P

Negative:

04 36 55

0.4

CC

Roger.

04 36 59

9.6

P

There is quite a bit of cloud cover down in this area. I can, right on track, I can only see certain areas. I can see quite a bit on up to the north, however.

04 37 16

2.4

P

This is Friendship Seven, going to manual control.

04 37 19

1.3

CC

Roger, Friendship Seven.

04 37 21

2.7

P

This is banging in and out here; I'll just control it manually.

04 37 23

0.4

CC

Roger.

04 37 46

3.1

CC

Friendship Seven, Guaymas Cap Com, reading you loud and clear.

04 37 49

2.1

P

Roger, Guaymas, read you loud and clear also.


TEXAS (THIRD ORBIT)

04 38 04

4.0

CT

Friendship Seven, Friendship Seven, this is Texas Com Tech. Do you read? Over

04 38 08

1.3

P

Roger, Texas, go ahead.

04 38 11

3.9

CT

Roger. Reading you 5 square. Standby for Texas Cap Com.

04 38 14

0.4

P

Roger.

04 38 23

23.8

CC

This is Texas Cap Com, Friendship Seven. We are recommending that y o u leave the retropackage on through the entire reentry. This means that you will have to override the 0.05g switch which is expected to occur at 04 43 53. This also means that you will have to manually retract the scope. Do you read?

04 38 47

4.0

P

This is Friendship Seven. What is the reason for this? Do you have any reason? Over.

04 38 51

3.6

CC

Not at this time; this is the judgment of Cape Flight.

04 38 56

2.6

P

Roger. Say again your instructions please. Over.

04 38 59

22.1

CC

We are recommending that the retropackage not, I say again, not be jettisoned. This means that you will have to override the 0.05g switch which is expected to occur at 04 43 53. This is approximately 4 1/2 minutes from now . This also means that you will have to retract the scope manually. Do you understand?

04 39 23

9.7

P

Roger, understand. I will have to make a manual 0.05g entry when it occurs, and bring the scope in manually. Is that affirm?

04 39 33

2.5

CC

That is affirmative, Friendship Seven.

04 39 37

0.6

P

Roger.

04 39 40

3.6

P

This is Friendship Seven, going to reentry attitude, then, in that case.

04 39 58

3.8

CC

Friendship Seven, Cape flight will give you the reasons for this action when you are in view.

04 40 04

2.6

P

Roger. Roger. Friendship Seven.

04 40 07

2.5

CC

Everything down here on the ground looks okay.

04 40 10

1.5

P

Roger. This is Friendship Seven.

04 40 12

1.4

CC

Confirm your attitudes.

04 40 14

0.4

P

Roger.


CANAVERAL (THIRD ORBIT)

04 40 21

1.7

CC

Friendship Seven, this is Cape. Over.

04 40 23

1.5

P

Go ahead, Cape. Friendship Seven.

04 40 25

4.9

CC

Recommend you go to reentry attitude and retract the scope manually at this time.

04 40 30

1.9

P

Roger, retracting scope manually.


189
CANAVERAL (THIRD ORBIT)-Continued

04 40 34

14.6

CC

While you're doing that, we are not sure whether or not your landing bag has deployed. We feel it is possible to reenter with the retropackage on. We see no difficulty at this time in that type of reentry. Over.

04 40 49

1.6

P

Roger, understand.

04 41 08

1.4

CC

Seven, this is Cape. Over.

04 41 10

1.5

P

Go ahead, Cape. Friendship Seven.


CANAVERAL (REENTRY)

04 41 13

5.4

CC

Estimating 0.05g at 04 44.

04 41 19

0.6

P

Roger.

04 41 21

3.0

CC

You override 0.05g at that time.

04 41 29

2.7

P

Roger. Friendship Seven.

04 41 31

13.2

P

This is Friendship Seven. I'm on straight manual control at present time. This was, still kicking in and out of orientation mode, mainly in yaw following retro-fire, so I am on straight manual now. I'll back it up.

04 41 43

0.8

CC

. . . on reentry.

04 41 45

0.9

P

Say again.

04 41 48

0.6

CC

Standby.

04 41 51

6.2

P

This is Friendship Seven. Going to fly-by-wire. I'm down to about 15 percent on manual.

04 41 58

8.9

CC

Roger. You're going to use fly-by-wire for reentry and we recommend that you do the best you can to keep a zero angle during reentry. Over.

04 42 07

1.2

P

Roger. Friendship Seven.

04 42 11

3.4

P

This is Friendship Seven. I'm on fly-by-wire. back it up with manual. Over.

04 42 16

1.1

CC

Roger, understand

04 42 27

9.2

CC

Seven, this is Cape. The weather in the recovery area is excellent, 3-foot waves, only one-tenth cloud coverage, 10 miles visibility.

04 42 37

1.2

P

Roger. Friendship Seven.

04 42 45

1.4

CC

Seven, this is Cape. Over.

04 42 47

2.7

P

Go ahead, Cape, you're ground, you are going out.

04 42 50

1.8

CC

We recommend that you

04 43 14

2.9

P

This is Friendship Seven. I think the pack just let go.

04 43 37

2.4

P

This is Friendship Seven. A real fireball outside.

04 44 18

1.9

P

Hello, Cape. Friendship Seven. Over.

04 45 16

1.9

P

Hello, Cape. Friendship Seven. Over.

04 45 41

2.3

P

Hello, Cape. Friendship Seven. Do you receive? Over.

04 46 17

2.0

P

Hello, Cape. Friendship Seven. Do you receive? Over.