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- Maximum Gross Takeoff Weight — the maximum gross weight of a given aircraft, including its own weight and that of everything it is carrying, before being unable to take off.
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MND has tried to be a "big tent" or an intersection for Father's Rights advocates, divorced men, men abused in various ways by the legal system, and other men we might describe as "MGTOW" ers, (or, "men going their own way.").
The MRA movement in particular seems to be in favor of what it calls, MGTOW, or Men Going Their Own Way.
The runway at St. Johns is only about 8500 feet, and that isn't enough for most long haul aircraft operating at MGTOW.
The BBJ is basicaly a 737-700 with a number of 737-800 parts to it can have a higher MGTOW than the -700 to carry more fuel.
For some reason I forgot to subscribe to MGTOW (Men Going Their Own Way) previously.
No wonder MGTOW men have bugged out with a reception like that.
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