Columbia Accident Investigation Board Report: Volume 5. Other Significant Documents Page: 1
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ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION BEIARD
Note: Volumes 11 - VI contain a number of conclusions and recommendations, several of
which were adopted by the Board in Volume I. The other conclusions and recommendations
drawn in Volumes II - VI do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the Board, but are
included for the record. When there is conflict, Volume I takes precedence.
REPORT VOLUME V
APPENDIX G. 1 3
O CTOQ B E R 2003
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