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The purpose is to prevent foreign object damage.
FOD (Foreign Object Damage) removal is the responsibility of all ground-crew members, and anyone tasked for the job by authority personnel at the airfield.
Yes, you are responsible for all the damage caused by your accident therefore if an object you hit goes on to cause further damage as a result of being hit then you are responsible for all the damage.
By providing them with fill material and foreign object damage (FOD) cover deliveries.
am-2 and folded mat material or fiverglass reinforced panels
Root cause can be traced to foreign object damage such as dirty oil or debris in the inlet air. Broken sparkplug electrodes can damage and destroy the turbine wheel.
"Penetration" is generally referred in reference to anal or vaginal penetration. A "foreign object" is something other than a body part. A penis is not a foreign object. A foreign object could be a vibrator, a vegetable or fruit, a stick, or even a bottle.
More than likely, yes. The car was the responsibility of the person driving it at the time of damage, regardless of the circumstances. You are NOT liable for any part of the damage (including deductible) as long as you are driving with your friend's permission. No, you are not responsible for the damage.
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For intake or exhaust valves; Lack of oil, defective valve, bent push rod, foreign object damage, etc.