Hey all. There are some of you that are experts at the feeds with finding stuff and splicing and editing clips together, so I give you this.
Yesterday I was flying one of our 700s from MDW-ATL. Flew the visual approach to Rwy 26R by hand. Checked in with tower and they called the winds something like 290@25G41. I clicked off the autopilot to better control the aircraft in the turbulence. On short final, about 400 feet off the ground our eGPWS windshear warning went off which mandates a hand-flown go around with all emergency power from the engines (called APR). I guess tower saw us rocketing up in the sky because I think they gave us a quick altitude cap (I was kinda busy at the time taming the beast).
This all occurred on 5/11 probably around 2315ish zulu time. If anyone finds it, I'd be interested to hear how the others were getting in or if there were many go-arounds. Unfortunately with all of the warnings going off at the time (there were multiple alarms/chimes/call outs going on) I didn't really get a chance to hear what tower said or if the guys behind us made it in.
Oh yeah, callsign was COM292