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I want you to let your imagination kick in for a minute. Think about a plane on an airfield. It's a fighter plane. The pilot walks up in his RAF flight suit and reaching the bottom of the ladder he begins to climb up. Sat in the cockpit, he starts doing the appropriate checks.
Go ahead from the tower. “Zero One Niner, you are clear for take off …”
Taxiing and then taking off to reach an altitude of 10,000 ft, the pilot pushes the lever forward, firing up the afterburners, the acceleration pushing him into the back of his seat.
Then an almighty and sudden bang causes the plane to shudder violently and a malfunction notification appears on the heads-up display, as the ...