A high-speed rejected takeoff requires the absolute maximum in crew coordination and performance. Identifying who will make the decision to abort and what specific actions will be quickly performed should be clearly specified and practiced long beforehand so that when the event occurs -- unexpectedly and quite suddenly, always -- the crew's reaction is automatic and correct. A NASA study states that, ``The function of a well-designed procedure is to aid flight crews by dictating and ...

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