In a case, the plaintiffs sought to recover damages suffered when two small aircraft collided while approaching a runway. The air traffic controller, a government employee, had given each pilot permission to land on the same runway at the same time. A) Under the law of Feres, what decision would the court reach? B) What about under Dalehite? C) Under more recent decisions? D) Is it appropriate to describe air traffic controllers' decisions as "discretionary"? E) Why or why not? (Adapted from Harrington & Carter)
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