Date: Tue, 14 Jun 2011 13:19:37 -0400
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It's used in the Emergency Power Unit.  They had the same situation when Columbia broke up over Texas.

Rob Toreki

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On Jun 14, 2011, at 1:02 PM, Debbie M. Decker wrote:

Last week, (I think) I read one of these where an F-16 made an emergency landing (in Madison, WI) with hydrazine aboard.  That seems incredibly strange to me.  Would anyone in the collective have an idea of why an F-16 would be carrying hydrazine?  I assumed it was in the crew compartment but the news story was typically sketchy.  Hydrazine is an ingredient in liquid rocket propellant but this still doesn=92t make sense.
Any ideas?
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