That way they will learn that most malfunctions aren't like most jumps. They are generally fast, violent, confusing events, and you have time to do one simple thing right. Often taking the time to add even one step to the process, like kicking out of line twists on a small main, or getting stable after cutting away... [SNIP]
.... or disconnecting the RSL in a wrap/entanglement situation....
...is enough to reduce your safety margin to zero.
Just thought I'd stick that one in there... God knows it belongs.
(This post was edited by goose491 on Aug 25, 2005, 11:41 AM)
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