On March 1, 2010, Michael J. Rosenberg was
piloting a Socata TBM 700, (N700ZR) that crashed
while attempting a go-around at Montgomery County
Airport, Gaithersburg, MD.
The NTSB ruled
failed to maintain aircraft control while he was
performing the go-around.
NTSB Report - The pilot of the single-engine
turboprop was on an instrument flight rules
(IFR) flight and cancelled his IFR flight plan
after being cleared for a visual approach to the
He flew a left traffic pattern for runway 32, a
4,202-foot-long, 75-foot-wide, asphalt runway.
The pilot reported that the airplane crossed the
runway threshold at 81 knots and touched down
normally, with the stall warning horn sounding.