Bad Week for Baseball Players on Airplanes

Another baseball player has airplane problems, which I normally would find very uninteresting were it not for the system that stopped the G2 private jet. I would love to see a video of this in action.

The twin-engine jet was stopped by the Engineered Materials Arresting System, a 200-foot-long stretch of pavement injected with air bubbles designed to collapse under the weight of an aircraft as large as a Boeing 737 jet traveling as fast as 50 knots, airport spokesman Victor Gill said.