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2012-08-27 15:57:34
T6B NATOPS Primary Naval Flight School

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  1. The aircraft incorporates a _______ flight control system.

    - aerodynamic forces are fed back to the pilot from each conrol surface througha system of push rods, cables and pulleys. 
  2. As airspeed increases, trim appears to become (less/more) effective, more noticeable in the ____ and _____ axes.
    more, roll and yaw
  3. NOTE:
    During acceleration from low to high speed, the pilot will need to initially trim ________ to avoid a rapid buildup in forces.
  4. At approach speeds or below with flaps in LDG position, full _______ trim is required at 100% torque.
  5. The four inputs to the TAD are:
    engine torque, indicated airspeed, pressure altitude, and pitch rate.
  6. Extension of the speed brake causes a slight _______ tendency.
  7. Recommended Entry Speed:

    Aileron Roll
    Inverted Flight
    Barrel Roll*
    • 180-250
    • 190-250*
  8. Recommended Entry Speed:

    Wingover/Lazy Eight
    Clover Leaf
    Cuban Eight 
    • 160-250
    • 210-250
    • 200-250
    • 210-250
  9. Recommended Entry Speed:

    Slit S
    • 210-250
    • 120-160 
  10. Asymmetric Manuevers

    As much as possible, maintain _________ roll and yaw control inputs during asymmetric manuevers. 
  11. Asymmetric Manuevers

    If rolling pullouts at greater than ____ G are uncooridinated, limit roll input to _______ stick. 
    +2 G, one-half lateral 
  12. Asymmetric Manuevers

    If uncoordinated rolling maneuvers are initiated at -1 G, the max bank angle change is _____ degrees.

  13. (four) Factors that affect glide performance:
    airspeed, configuration (gear and flaps), angle of bank, coordinated/uncoordinated flight.
  14. Best Glide Speed is approximately ______ KIAS with a sink rate of _______ feet per minute and a glide ratio of _______ feet.
    125 KIAS, 1350 feet per minute, 2.0NM/1000ft
  15. With the landing gear down and flaps and speed brake retracted, best glide speed is approximately ______ KIAS with a sink rate of approx _____ feet per minute and a glide ratio of ________.
    105 KIAS, 1500 feet per min, 1.6NM/1000ft
  16. A stick shaker, activated by the ________ system, provides artificial stall warning in each cockpit a minimum of ___ knots before the stall is reached.
    • angle of attack system
    • 5 kts  (5-10kts depending on manuever)
  17. Natural stall warning (aerodynamic buffet) occurs approx __ kts before the stall.
    3 kts
  18. A ______ or _____ together with increased ______ is the defining charactersitic of an upright, wings-level stall.
    roll-off, wing-drop, buffet
  19. With power off, lateral roll-off during a wings-level stall is typically to the ______ and occurs near ______ stick.
    right, full aft stick
  20. Above _____ torque, full right rudder and full right aileron may not prevent a _____ roll-off at stall.
    • 60% torque
    • left roll-off 
  21. Three categories of OCF
    • poststall gyrations
    • incipient spins
    • steady-state spins 
  22. Poststall Gyration symptoms
    • uncommonded aircraft motions
    • a feeling that the cotrols are no longer effective
    • stalled or near stalled AOA
    • transient or erratic airspeed indications
    • random turn needle deflections 
  23. Incipient Spin Syptoms
    • oscillations in pitch, roll and yaw attitudes and rates
    • fully deflected turn needle
    • stalled AOA
    • airspeed that is accelerating or decelerating toward the steady-state spin value 
  24. NOTE: During a spin, oil pressure may decrease below ____ psi with idle power. This acceptable provided no operating limits are exceeded and normal indications return after recovery.
    40 psi
  25. Erect Steady State Spin
    • nose 60° below horizon
    • 400-500 ft per 2-3 seconds
    • AOA: 18+
    • Airspeed 120-135 KIAS
    • Turn Needle: Fully Deflected 
  26. A _______ spin is a result of misapplication of recovery controls where opposite rudder is applied while mainting full back stick.
    • Progressive
  27. Entry into an __________ spins is caused by maintaining pro-spin rudder while moving the stick forward.
    aggrevated spins
  28. Aggrevated spins greater than four turns may cause _______.
    Oil starvation problems.