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special conditions

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Bond set at $1500 with special conditions per bail release order including no contact with Casey's General store and Rachel Aleshire.
FAA approved "special conditions" for the 787 battery The FAA approved "special conditions" for the 787 battery in 2007, acknowledging risks including "Flammability of Cell Components." But no full description of the process by which Boeing engineered and tested its lithium-ion battery has been disclosed, but emerging details show how regulators relied heavily on Boeing to do most of the work on what the FAA acknowledged from the start would be a potentially dangerous technology.
The F approved "special conditions" for the 787 battery in 2007, acknowledging risks including "Flammability of Cell Components." "Safe cell temperatures and pressures must be maintained during any foreseeable charging or discharging condition and during any failure of the charging or battery monitoring system not shown to be extremely remote," the first condition reads.
The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has released a document that proposes special conditions for the Raytheon Company Model 4000 aircraft, which will utilise new avionics/electronics and electrical systems that will perform critical functions.
6: Failure to raise the price on customers who want special conditions
The FAA has also released a document containing special conditions for the McDonnell Douglas DC-099-0930 series aircraft modified by Lockheed Martin Aircraft Centre.
The special conditions have been released because the aircraft will utilise new avionics/electronics systems that provide critical data to flight crew and this new equipment is not covered adequately or appropriately by the safety standards of existing airworthiness directives.

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