Saw the other day at the www.inq7.net that there was another crash of the OV-10 Bronco of the PAF. The first one happened in March, 2001 where Bacoleña 1Lt Mary Grace Baloyo, St. Scholastica's Academy batch '91 was killed when the OV-10 where she was the pilot-in-command crashed in Pampanga. It should be noted that both pilots who perished in OV-10 crashes were sitted in the front (the OV-10 being a tandem configuration). Ejection procedures on a tandem aircraft dictate that the pilot at the rear eject first. If the pilot at the front would eject first, the pilot at the rear could suffer injuries due to the exhaust gasses of the rocket propellant of the ejection seat. Could it be that the front ejection seats of both OV-10s malfunctioned? IMHO, both pilots would have thought of ejecting after putting their ill-fated aircraft on a course that would avoid injuries or deaths on the ground.