Hello my friends, welcome to my website. My name is Bruce Moss and I am a Christian singer/songwriter from Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada. To date, I have written and recorded 191 songs, that are contained on 15 CDs, all of which are available here, for you to listen to, and hopefully, be blessed by. The first CD, "To God Be The Glory", was released in 2006, and contains 15 new songs to sing. Since 2006, I have released one new CD every year, and by the grace of God, I will continue to do so, to His glory.
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genre: Christian Gospel
audio file: mp3, 4MB, 00:04:24
It has been almost eight years since the ill-fated Cougar Flight 491 crashed into the icy waters off Newfoundland's shore, killing 17 of the 18 people on board.
On March 12, 2009, the S92A chopper, made by U.S.-based Sikorsky Aircraft Corp., plunged into the ocean 55 kilometers southeast of St. John's.
Two pilots and 15 passengers died in the crash. Robert Decker was the sole survivor.
The helicopter was destined to offshore oil-production platforms hundreds of kilometers east of St. John's.
I was working as a court reporter at the time, and I was assigned to cover the inquiry that was held to determine the cause of the accident. Most of the evidence presented during the first half of the inquiry, pertained to technical and mechanical problems with the helicopter and survival suits. It was not until Robert Decker, the sole survivor, and the family members of those who died in the incident, gave their evidence and impact statements, that I actually became emotionally involved in the event, because up until then, I had not known any of the victims.
"On Eagle's Wings" is the result of hearing the testimony of those who lost their loved ones, and is my tribute to the courage of Robert Decker, who lived to tell about the events that unfolded on that tragic day, when 16 sons and 1 daughter perished in the crash of Cougar 491. May God be with those who mourn the loss of their loved ones, and I pray that the lessons learned, from the inquiry into this incident, will change the way operations are carried out, as we continue to exploit the resources off the shores of Newfoundland.