T-6B Emergency Boldface

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T-6B Emergency Boldface
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2012-03-26 19:07:52
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  1. Abort Start Procedure
    • 1. PCL - OFF or STARTER Switch - AUTO/RESET
    • Note: If start is initiated with PCL in the OFF position, abort by reselecting AUTO/RESET on the STARTER switch. If start is initiated with PCL out of the OFF position, but not past the IDLE gate, abort by placing the PCL to OFF or reselecting AUTO/RESET on the STARTER switch. If the PCL is past the IDLE gate, abort by placing the PCL to OFF
    • 2. Perform Motoring Run Procedure (PCL)
    • Caution: If a start using external power is aborted, do not attempt subsequent starts
    • Repeated PMU aborted start attempts are indicative of engine malfunction
    • Note: During Ground STarts, certain parameters may cause the PMU to abort a battery start attempt. They cause a rate of rise in N1 and/or ITT that are indicative of impending hung or hot start
    • Note: if a battery start was aborted, connect external power and perform Motoring Run Procedure. Subsequent starts may be attempted if no engine malfunctions are evident and no limits have been exceeded.
  2. Emergency Engine Shutdown on the Ground
    • 1. PCL - OFF
    • 2. Firewall Shutoff Handle - PULL
    • 3. Emergency Ground Egress - AS REQUIRED
  3. Emergency Ground Egress
    • 1. ISS Mode Selector - SOLO
    • WARNING: Failure to ensure that the ISS Mode Selector is set to SOLO may result in the inadvertent ejection of one or both seats
    • 2. Seat Safety Pin - Install (Both)
    • WARNING: Failure to insert both ejection seat safety pins (if occupied) before ground egress may result in inadvertent activation of ejection sequence and subsequent injury or death when performing emergency ground egress.
    • 3. Parking Brake - As Required
    • 4. Canopy - Open

    • If Canopy cannot be opened or situation requires right side egress:
    • 5. CFS Handle - Rotate and Pull (Both)
    • WARNING: If the CFS malfunctions in conjunction with a canopy latch failure in the locked position, ejection may be the only option remaining.
    • To prevent injury, ensure oxygen mask is on and visor is down prior to actuating the CFS system.
    • Each internal CFS handle activates only the CFS charge for the respective transparency.
    • 6. Uppers, Lowers, Legs - Release (Both)
    • 7. BAT, GEN, and AUX BAT Switches - OFF
    • 8. Evacuate Aircraft
  4. Abort Takeoff
    • 1. PCL - Idle
    • 2. Brakes - As Required
    • WARNING: After a stop which required maximum effort braking and if overheated brakes are suspected, do not taxi into or park in a congested area until brakes have had sufficient time to cool. Do not set parking brake.
  5. Engine Failure Immediately After Takeoff (Sufficient Runway Remaining)
    • 1. Airspeed - 110 kts minimum
    • 2. PCL - As Required
    • 3. Emergency Landing Gear Handle - Pull (As Required)
    • 4. Flaps - As Required
  6. Engine Failure During Flight
    • 1. Zoom/Glide - 125 kts minimum
    • 2. PCL - OFF
    • 3. Intercept ELP
    • 4. Airstart - Attempt if Warranted

    • If conditions do not warrant:
    • 5. Firewall Shutoff Handle - Pull
    • 6. Execute Forced Landing or Eject
  7. Immediate Airstart (PMU Norm)
    • 1. PCL - OFF
    • 2. Starter Switch - AUTO/RESET
    • 3. PCL - Idle above 13% N1
    • 4. Engine Instruments - Monitor ITT, N1, and Oil Pressure

    • If airstart is unsuccessful:
    • 5. PCL - OFF
    • 6. Firewall Shutoff Handle - Pull
    • 7. Execute Forced Landing or Eject

    • If airstart is successful:
    • 8. PCL - as required after N1 reaches idle RPM (~67%)
    • 9. PEL - execute
  8. Uncommanded Power Changes/Loss of Power/Uncommanded Propeller Feather
    • 1. PCL - Mid Range
    • 2. PMU Switch - Off
    • 3. PROP SYS Circuit Breaker - Pull if Np stable below 40%
    • 4. PCL - As Required

    • If power is sufficient for continued flight:
    • 5. PEL - Execute

    • If power is insufficient to complete PEL:
    • 6. PROP SYS Circuit Breaker - Reset, As Required
    • 7. PCL - OFF
    • 8. Firewall Shutoff Handle - Pull
    • 9. Execute Forced Landing or Eject
  9. Compressor Stalls
    • 1. PCL - Slowly Retart below Stall Threshold
    • 2. Defog Switch - ON
    • 3. PCL - Slowly Advance (As Required)

    • If power is sufficient for continued flight:
    • 4. PEL - Execute

    • If power is insufficient to complete PEL:
    • 5. PCL - OFF
    • 6. Firewall Shutoff Handle - Pull
    • 7. Execute Forced Landing or Eject
  10. Inadvertent Departure from Controlled Flight
    • 1. PCL - Idle
    • 2. Controls - Neutral
    • 3. Altitude - Check
    • 4. Recover from Unusual Attitude
  11. Fire in Flight
    • If fire is confirmed:
    • 1. PCL - OFF
    • 2. Firewall Shutoff Handle - Pull

    • If fire is extinguished:
    • 3. Forced Landing - Execute

    • If fire does not extinguish or forced landing is impractical:
    • 4. Eject (Both)

    • If fire is not confirmed:
    • 5. PEL - Execute
  12. Chip Detector Warning
    • 1. PCL - Minimum Necessary to Intercept ELP; Avoid Unnecessary PCL Movement
    • 2. PEL - Execute
  13. Oil System Malfunction/Low Oil Pressure
    • If only the amber OIL PX caution illuminates:
    • 1. Terminate Maneuver
    • 2. Check oil pressure; if oil pressure is normal, continue operations

    • If red OIL PX warning illuminates and/or amber OIL PX caution remains illuminated for 5 seconds:
    • 3. PCL - Minimum Necessary to Intercept ELP; Avoid Unnecessary PCL Movements
    • 4. PEL - Execute
  14. Low Fuel Pressure
    1. PEL - Execute
  15. OBOGS System Malfunction
    1. PCL - Advance
  16. OBOGS Inoperative
    1. Green Ring - Pull (As Required)
  17. Eject
    1. Ejection Handle - Pull (Both)
  18. Forced Landing
    • 1. Airspeed - 125 kias Prior to Extending Landing Gear
    • 2. Emergency Landing Gear Handle - Pull (As Required)
    • 3. Airspeed - 120 kias Minimum until Intercepting Final; 110 kias minimum on final
    • 4. Flaps - As Required
  19. Precautionary Emergency Landing
    • 1. Turn to Nearest Suitable Field
    • 2. Climb or Accelerate to Intercept ELP
    • 3. Gear, Flaps, Speed Brake - UP

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