91-05. Distress and Urgency Procedures
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1. An aircraft in state of emergency shall squawk:
2. Distress is defined as:
3. An aircraft in distress shall send the following signal by radiotelephony:
4. An aircraft transmitting a distress message is required to give its position as:
5. A distress call shall be preceded by the prefix MAYDAY transmitted: