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Maintaining control and accountability of the aircraft safing pins in a pin bag would have contributed to mitigating the hazard of the loose pins.
These features combine to provide the levels of fail safing demanded for example by the automotive industry.
Because gaps between floors do little to impede fire and smoke, fire safing and smoke seals should be located between floors to maximize protection.
RA allowed ground operators to command the system at the goal level rather than through issuing individual commands and by the automation of flexible failure detection, isolation, and recovery (flexible in contrast, for example, to Cassini-Hugyen's traditional rigid safing (1) response to all anomolies).
His actions (pulling back the trigger and then safing the rifle) were making me nervous.
We could yell back and forth for things like safing ejection seats, but overall communication was limited.
Even if North Korea does have a workable nuclear warhead of this size, other critical functions such as a survivable reentry vehicle, an improved guidance system, and weapon safing, arming, fuzing, and firing systems (52) would need to be achieved before the North Korean government could have confidence that the No Dong could successfully deliver a nuclear weapon.
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Typically, several sensors are mounted in remote frontal areas of the vehicle, wired in series or in parallel combinations with a safing or arming sensor located with the system diagnostics.