...Denny Fitch the pilot who landed the DC-10 using the throttles only 1989.
Minor correction: Capt. Al Haynes was in command of UA232. Capt. Fitch was a check airman who was actually a passenger on the flight catching a ride back to Chicago before the uncontained failure of the #2 engine. Capt. Fitch presented himself in the cockpit to offer his assistance, and went to work operating the throttles while Capt. Haynes and F/O Bill Records wrestled the DC-10 to the runway at Sioux City. It was easier for Capt. Fitch to operate the #1 and #3 throttles, as #2 throttle was jammed, and couldn't be retracted to idle. Dudley Dvorak was the F/E on the flight. During final approach, F/E Dvorak gave Capt. Finch his seat, and he took the jumpseat.
All four crewmen that were in the cockpit survived the crash.