Sorry 'bout that,, FOD is foreign object damage, i.e. anything that can get sucked into the engine that can damage it. FOD is often used in the biz as both a noun and a verb, ex. "there's FOD on the ramp area" or "the engine got FODed".
Re: UA232, nobody got sucjked out of that one. That National DC-10 back in the 70s at 33,000 and a blade (or2, or, etc.) cut loose from the number 3 engine (on the wing) , broke all 3 window panes in one cabin window, and sucked the poor occupant through the window. Don't know where the blade itself ended up, probably imbedded in the ceiling/cabin somewhere. In the Delta MD88 deal at PNS, the aft fuselage was pretty riddled with schrapnel, and two passengers were killed.
In the UA 232 deal, a major chunk of the number 2 engine (in the tail) fan disk cut loose, and compromised all 3 of the DC10's hydraulic systems as a consequence. As far as I know, the fuselage stayed intact and never depressurized, and they limped into SUX and made their landing, such as it was. A remarkable piece of flying, and a miracle that there were even survivoirs.
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