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EJEnvironmental Justice (EPA)
EJEconomic Journal
EJElton John (musician)
EJEject (assembly language ASM51 assembler control)
EJEdward Jones (Investing Company; USA, Canada, UK)
EJExpansion Joint (general construction)
EJEuro-Japan
EJExajoule (10^18 Joules)
EJEdgerrin James (NFL player)
EJExternal Jugular Vein
EJEmpresa Júnior (Junior Enterprise, Brazil)
EJEddie James (crossword setter for Private Eye Magazine)
EJEmergency Jettison
EJElectronic Journalism (NBC early 70's term describing Minicams; usually called ENG now)
EJElectric Jet (USAF nickname for the F-16 Fighting Falcon)
EJElectronic Jamming
EJEmerald Jungle (Everquest)
EJEscort Jammer
EJEcotourism Japan
EJEarvin Johnson Jr. (baskball player)
EJElectronic Jockey
EJExpendable Jammer
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Struggling to regain control, and doubting whether this was even possible, I immediately attempted an emergency jettison. This action jettisoned the remaining right inboard fuel tank, but the damaged, left inboard fuel tank remained in place.
Using B-1 diagrams, Anderson and Tree determined they could disconnect the Shielded Mild Detonating Cord (SMDC) line in the wheel well of the aircraft, thus ensuring the seats would not fire while they removed the emergency jettison hatch handle.
Many of them pull the cockpit door emergency jettison handles.
I gave the new airman training on how to use the AWM-54 test set and directed the other airman to push emergency jettison.
I don't want to emergency jettison the ALQ-99 pods and external fuel tanks unless I can't keep the jet flying ...
Maj Granger again tried to emergency jettison the tank without success.
Capt McKibban expertly guided his aircraft south of the airfield and worked together with Lord 3 to emergency jettison two external fuel tanks over an unpopulated area.
Because I couldn't recall the RadAlt going off, I didn't emergency jettison my stores.
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