Metal weakness like the fatigue found in a jet engine that exploded during a Southwest Airlines Co. flight on Tuesday can lie hidden for years and elude detection with even the most advanced technology. A crack on a fan blade on the Southwest jet, for example, was on an internal surface that would...


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