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==Definition==
 
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Reverse thrust is [[Thrust|thrust]] in the opposite direction to normal (and opposite to the aircraft direction of motion) used to decelerate an aircraft after landing, in the event of a [[Rejected Take Off|rejected take off]] or, in some limited cases, in flight.
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Reverse thrust is [[Thrust|thrust]] in the opposite direction to normal (opposite to the aircraft direction of motion) used to decelerate an aircraft after landing, in the event of a [[Rejected Take Off|rejected take off]] or, in some limited cases, in flight.
  
 
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Reverse thrust is thrust in the opposite direction to normal (opposite to the aircraft direction of motion) used to decelerate an aircraft after landing, in the event of a rejected take off or, in some limited cases, in flight.

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