Nondestructive Testing and Inspection

Shortly after beginning the takeoff roll on a scheduled flight from Pensacola, Florida (PNS) to Atlanta (ATL), on July 16, 1996, a McDonnell Douglas MD-88 experienced a catastrophic, uncontained engine failure of the No. 1 engine. Debris from the engine’s front compressor hub penetrated the cabin...

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