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Official Boeing 777 cutaway illustration circa 1995.

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http://www.ebay.com/itm/1995-Boeing-777-skeleton-sketch-Press-Photo-/190704744080?pt=Art_Photo_Images&hash=item2c66e37690
 

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Okay, that's scary:
Thinks: '95, is that when I was starting on 777?
Checks CV: No, that's when I finished my 5 years on her (PFCS development).
Where does the time go?
 

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http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-06-30/boeing-said-to-mull-stretching-777-to-knock-out-airbus-a380-jet
 

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Visualization of a simulated air flow field around the nose landing gear of a Boeing 777.

https://www.facebook.com/nasaames/videos/10154761992756394/
 

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Not good news for Boeing after all that trouble with the 737 Max and now this engine failure. It is a good job that no one was injured or worse killed on the ground when the debris fell from the engine. Also, I hope that the affected engines can be replaced quickly and safely.
 

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Well the issue seems to be more P&W's problem this time. The aircraft seems to have successfully contained a total engine failure and landed as designed.
 

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