T-45

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T-45
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2012-07-05 22:16:25
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  1. *CLEAR ENGINE
    • *1. Throttle - OFF
    • *2. FUEL SHUTOFF handle - DOWN
    • *3. ENGINE switch - ON (both cockpits)
    • *4. GTS - START (if GTS light not on)
    • *5. IGNITION switch - ISOLATEWhen RPM < 20% & GTS light illuminated
    • *6. ENGINE switch - START
    • 7. ENGINE switch - OFF
  2. *Emergency Shutdown
    • *1. Throttle - OFF
    • *2. Engine Switch - OFF
    • *3. Fuel Shutoff - PULL
    • *4. Ejection Seat - SAFE
    • *5. BATT Switches - OFF
    • *6. Emergency Egress
  3. *Abnormal Start
    *1. CLEAR ENG procedure
  4. *Tail Pipe fire after shutdown
    *1. CLEAR ENG procedure
  5. *Engine Failure during catapult launch
    • *1. Eject
    • 2. If unable to eject - ditch straight ahead
  6. *Engine Failure
    • If below 1,500 AGL and airspeed below 180 KIAS
    • *1. Eject
    • If above 1,500 AGL or >180 KIAS
    • *1. Execute Airstart
  7. *Unassisted Airstart (Immediate/Windmill)
    • *1. Emergency O2 actuator - PULL
    • *2. Throttle - OFFSimultaneously:
    • *3. GTS Start button - PRESS AND HOLD
    • *4. Throttle - IDLE (monitor FF / EGT / RPM)
  8. *Assisted Airstart
    • Conditions: <15,000 feet, btwn 165 - 250 KIAS
    • *1. Throttle - OFF
    • *2. GTS - START
    • When RPM < 20% and GTS light ON:
    • *3. Engine Switch - Start
    • *4. Throttle - IDLE
  9. *EGT/RPM Warning Light or Compressor Stall
    • INFLIGHT Simultaneously perform steps 1 and 2:
    • *1. Throttle - IDLE (min for safe flight)
    • *2. Controls - NEUTRALIZE
    • *3. EGT/RPM - MONITOR
    • If EGT > 450deg for more than 6 sec after IDLE:
    • *4. Execute Airstart procedures
    • IF EGT & RPM return to normal:
    • 5. Throttle - MIN for SAFE FLIGHT
    • 6. Land as soon as practical
  10. *Abort Takeoff
    • *1. Throttle - IDLE
    • *2. Speed brakes - EXTEND
    • *3. Brakes - AS REQUIRED
    • *4. Hook - DOWN (1,000 feet prior to arresting gear if required)
    • *5. Release brakes prior to crossing arresting gear
    • 6. Transmit intentions
  11. *Aircraft settle of catapult
    • *1. Throttle - check FULL FORWARD
    • *2. Maintain 24 units AOA
    • If settle not stopped:
    • *3. Eject
  12. *Loss of Directional Control
    • *1. Rudder - as required to counter swerve
    • If flyaway airspeed available:
    • *2. Go-around
    • If flyaway airspeed not available:
    • *3. Abort
    • If blown tire suspected:
    • *4. Brakes - RELEASE
    • *5. Anti-skid - OFF PRIOR TO BRAKING
    • If airborne:
    • *6. Gear & Flaps - DO NOT REPOSITION
    • 7. Engine instruments - MONITOR
    • Refer to procedure for landing w/ blown tire
  13. *Uncommanded Roll/Yaw
    • *1. FLAPS/SLATS lever - RETURN to previous setting
    • 2. Controllability check - PERFORM AS REQUIRED
    • 3. Land as soon as practical
  14. *Departure/Spin
    • *1. Controls - NEUTRALIZE, forcibly center rudder pedals
    • *2. Speed brakes - RETRACT
    • *3. Throttle - IDLE
    • *4. Check altitude, AOA, airspeed, turn needle
    • If spin confirmed:
    • INVERTED (AOA pegged 0 units):
    • *5: Rudder - FULL OPPOSITE TURN NEEDLE
    • *6 Lateral stick - FULL OPPOSITE TURN NEEDLE
    • *7. Longitudinal stick - NEUTRAL
    • UPRIGHT (AOA above 28 units):
    • *5. Rudder - FULL OPPOSITE TURN NEEDLE
    • *6. Lateral stick - FULL WITH TURN NEEDLE
    • *7. Longitudinal stick - NEUTRAL
    • If recovery indicated or airspeed increasing through 160 kts
    • *8. Lateral stick - NEUTRALIZE
    • When recovery indicated
    • *9. Rudder - smoothly center
    • If out of control passing 10,000 feet AGL:
    • *10. Eject
  15. *Blown Tire – Carrier (first step only)
    • *1. Gear and flaps - DO NOT REPOSITION
    • 2. Engine instruments - MONITOR
    • 3. HYD 1 Pressure - MONITOR
    • 4. Obtain visual inspection, if practical
    • If decision to divert is made:
    • 5. Flaps - AS REQUIRED
    • 6. Execute BINGO profile to divert field with operable arresting gear
    • 7. Comply with Landing with blown tires procedure
    • If decision to perform shipboard landing is made:
    • 8. Perform normal carrier approach
    • Upon touchdown simultaneously perform:
    • 9. Throttle - MRT
    • 10. Speedbrakes - RETRACT
    • 11. Rudder - AS REQUIRED
    • Warning: up to 180 pounds may be required to remain within the landing area on arrested rollout or bolter
    • 12. Control stick - smoothly apply up to full back stick
    • If aircraft bolters:
    • 13. Rudder pedals - center once airborne and set fly-away pitch attitude
  16. *Brake failure
    • If flyaway airspeed available:
    • *1. Go around
    • If flyaway airspeed not available, of during taxi:
    • *2. Throttle - IDLE
    • *3. Brakes - RELEASE
    • *4. Anti-skid - OFF
    • *3. Attempt braking
    • (WARNING: without anti-skid, judicious brake application is required to avoid blowing a tire)
    • If brakes still unavailable:
    • *6. Hook - DOWN (1000' prior to arresting gear)
    • *7. Parking brake handle - PULL, if required
    • 8. External lights - ON
    • 9. Transmit to GND/TOWER
    • 10. Throttle - OFF (prior to impact of departing the paved surface)
    • If airborne:
    • 11. ANTI-SKID switch - OFF
    • 12. Attempt a Short field arrestment 
  17. *Brake Fail – Afloat
    • *1. Throttle - IDLE
    • *2. Parking brake handle - PULL
    • *3. Hook - DOWN
    • *4. Transmit
  18. *Gina Failure (In-Flight)
    • *1. Revert to standby instruments
    • 2. Proceed to VMC as soon as possible
    • 3. Attempt to determine GINA failure mode
    • 4. If INS is sispected and GPS is functional, command a restart (RST on DATA:ACFT)
    • If condition persists:
    • 5. Use TACAN, VOR of GCA for navigation as available
    • 6. Land as soon as practical
  19. *Total Electric Failure
    • *1. Emergency O2 activate
    • 2. Proceed VMC as soon as possible
    • 3. reset GEN / check BATT switches - ON
    • 4. Land as soon as practical
    • 5. Landing gear - EMERGENCY EXTEND
    • 6. Plan a no flap/slat approach and arrested landing if available. Recommend a short field arrestment (no NWS)
  20. *Electrical Fire
    • *1. GEN switche - OFF
    • 2. Non-essential electrical equipment - OFF
    • If fire out:
    • 3. Land as soon as practical
    • If fire persists:
    • 4. Proceed VMC as soon as possible
    • 5. BATT switches - OFF
    • 6. Emergency O2 - PULL
    • 7. Land as soon as possible
    • 8. Gear - EMERGENCY EXTEND
    • 9. Plan a no flap/slat approach and arrested landing if available. Recommend a short field arrestment (no NWS)
  21. *Elimination of smoke/fumes in cockpit
    • *1. Altitude - below 18,000 feet (if practical)
    • *2. Airflow knob - OFF
    • If unable to see / clear smoke:
    • *3. Airspeed - REDUCE
    • *4. Warn other cockpit occupant / secure loose items
    • *5. Seat - LOWER
    • *6. MDC Firing handle - PULL
    • 7. Land as soon as possible
  22. *FIRE light (GROUND) 
    *1. Execute Emergency Shutdown/Egress
  23. *FIRE light (TAKEOFF) 
    • If decision is made to stop:
    • *1. Abort
    • If fire is confirmed and unable to abort:
    • *2. Eject
  24. *FIRE light (IN FLIGHT)
    • *1. Throttle - Min for safe flight
    • *2. Secondary indications - CHECK
    • If secondary exist or fire confirmed:
    • *3. Eject
    • If fire not confirmed and control effectiveness remains:
    • *3. Land as soon as possible
  25.  *GTS Fire light (GROUND)
    *1. Execute Emergency Shutdown/Egress
  26. *GTS Fire light (IN FLIGHT)
    • *1. ENGINE switche - OFF
    • 2. Check for SECONDARY indications of fire
    • If fire confirmed or flight controls lost
    • 3. Eject
    • If fire not confirmed and controls effective
    • 3. Land as soon as possible
  27. *Oil pressure light
    • *1. Throttle - MIN for SAFE FLIGHT
    • *2. Minimize throttle movements
    • 3. Land as soon as possible (precautionary approach recommended)
  28. *OBOGS contaimination / O2 light / Hypoxia
    • *1. Emergency O2 - PULL
    • If irritants not detected:
    • *2. OBOGS FLOW selector - OFF
    • *3. Altitude - descend less than 10,000 feet cabin altitude or min safe
    • 4. OBOGS/ANTI-G switch - OFF
    • 5. Land as soon as practical
  29. *BRAKE PRESS Caution light
    • Meaning: brake pressure release system has failed
    • Catapult:
    • *1. Suspend launch
    • Ground:
    • 1. Abort launch
    • Airborne:
    • 1. Make normal approach and landing
  30. *Canopy Unlocked
    • *1. CANOPY control lever - CHECK LOCKED
    • 2. Land as soon as practical
    • If canopy will not lock:
    • 3. Airspeed - below 200 KIAS
    • 4. Decend below 25,000 feet MSL
    • 5. Air flow OFF
    • 6. Seat - lower
    • 7. Visor - down
    • 8. Stow loose gear in cockpit
  31. *Tail Pipe Hot Caution Light
    • Ground:
    • *1. Execute emergency shutdown/Egress
    • In-flight:
    • *1. Throttle - IDLE (min for safe flight)
    • 2. Monitor for engine fire indications
    • 3. Secondary indications - CHECK
    • 4. Land as soon as possible

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