sorry there mate but youre actin the **** now tryin to blame the copilot!!!!! did you ever see ai crash investigation on the telly???? when theres danger the captain always says i have control and takes over....Orbit, they almost succeeded in avoiding disaster. If you look at page 37 of the Preliminary Report, data from the Flight Data Recorder shows that their rate of closure with terrain had almost reduced to zero. They struck a glancing blow to the rock. It was damage caused to the tail rotor from that impact that doomed them.
Further to your quoting the transcript of the final minute and a point that I don’t think has been commented on here before was that the Commanders initial instruction to the copilot to “select heading” received no response and she repeated the instruction a moment later. Perhaps the copilot was engaged in some other action at that moment or perhaps he simply didn’t hear her correctly.
The initial sentence from the rear crew was tentative and initially rather vague. I don’t think it can be characterised as a warning. Per the Preliminary Report once a clear and urgent warning was given by the rear crew one of pilots responded decisively.