Muy Importante Non-Memory EPs

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Muy Importante Non-Memory EPs
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T6B Texan TexanII Primary Navy Naval Flight School
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  1. Motoring Run
    • PCL - OFF
    • IGNITION - NORM
    • STARTER - MANUAL FOR 20 SECONDS
    • observve starter duty cycle cool-down period
    • STARTER - NORM
  2. Tire Failure During Takeoff
    • IF THE DECISION IS MADE TO STOP:
    • 1. ABORT
    • IF TAKEOFF IS CONTINUED:
    • 2. GEAR AND FLAPS - DO NOT CHANGE
    • 3. STRAIGHT IN APPROACH - EXECUTE
  3. Smoke and Fume Elimination / Electrical Fire
    pilot has option of CFS or Ejection

    • 1. DESENT BELOW 10,000' MSL - INITIATE
    • 2. PRESSURIZATION - RAM/DUMP
    • 3. BLEED AIR INFLOW - OFF

    • IF SMOKE/FIRE PERSISTS:
    • 4. BAT AND GEN SWITCHES - OFF
    • 5. AUX BAT - OFF
    • 6. CFS - ROTATE AND PULL (if necessary)
    • 7. RESTORE ELECTRICAL POWER (AS REQ)
    • 8. LAND AS SOON AS PRACTICABLE
  4. Generator Inoperative
    • 1. STARTER - NORM (BOTH)
    • 2. GEN SWITCH - ON (FRONT OR BACK)
    • 3. GEN RESEST SWITCH - DEPRESS AND HOLD 1 SECOND MIN

    • IF GENERATOR REMAINS INOP (<25VDC AND AMMETER DISCHARGING):
    • 4. DESCENT BELOW 10,000' MSL - INITIATE
    • 5. GEN SWITCH - OFF (BOTH)
    • 6. BUS TIE - OPEN
    • 7. LAND AS SOON AS PRACTICABLE
  5. Battery Bus Inoperative
    IF BAT BUS WARNING IS ILLUMINATED AND IS ACCOMPANIED BY OTHER INDICATIONS OF BATTERY BUS FAILURE:

    • 1. DESCENT BELOW 10,000' MSL - INITIATE (AS REQ)
    • 2. BUS TIE- OPEN
    • 3. AUX BAT - ON
    • 4. STANDBY VHF - ON
    • 5. LAND AS SOON AS PRACTICABLE
  6. Fuel Imbalance
    fault in autobalance system, >30lbs difference for more than 2 min

    • 1. FUEL GAGES - VERIFY IMBALNCE AND CHECK FOR FUEL LEAKS
    • - use appropriate checklist for leak or fp malfunction
    • 2. FUEL BAL CIRCUIT BREAKER (RFC) CHECK - RESET IF OPEN
    • 3. FUEL BAL - MAN/RESET
    • -do not attempt if FP FAIL caution illuminated
    • 4. MANUAL FUEL BAL - TO LOW TANK
    • 5. FUEL GAGES - MONITOR

    • IF FUEL IMBALANCE IS CORRECTED:
    • 6. MANUAL FUEL BAL - OFF, WHEN IMBALANCE CORRECTED
    • 7. FUEL BAL - AUTO (IF DESIRED)
  7. Leaking Fuel From Wing
    1. AIRCRAFT STRUCTURE - VISUALLY INSPECT FOR SIGNS OF LEAKAGE

    • IF LEAKING FUEL OVERBOARD
    • 2. FUEL BAL - MAN/RESET
    • 3. MANUAL FUEL BAL - TO NON-LEAKING TANK
    • 4. MANUAL FUEL BAL - TO LEAKING TANK ONCE EMPTY
    • 5. LAND AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
  8. Controllability Check (Structural Damage / Flight Control Malfunction)
    • 1. CLIMB TO MINIMUM 6000' AGL, IF PRACTICAL
    • -on aircraft with a suspected rudder trim push rod failure, perform steps 2 through 7; otherwise, proceed to step 8.
    • 2. TAD - OFF
    • 3. CHECK RUDDER TRIM INDICATOR POSITION
    • 4. TRIM DISCONNECT - NORM
    • 5. RUD TRIM CIRCUIT BREAKER (LFC) CHECK, RESET IF OPEN.
    • 6. RUDDER TRIM - MOVE LEFT AND/OR RIGHT
    • 7. RUDDER PEDALS - MOVE LEFT AND/OR RIGHT
    • 8. CHECK FLIGHT CHARACTERISTICS, GRADUALLY SLOWING AIRCRAFT TO LANDING CONFIGURATION AND AIRSPEED.
    • - do not stall or slow to the point that full stick or rudder is req. never slow below 90 kias
    • - do not change configuration once controllability check is complete
    • - if flap damage is known or suspected, do not reposition flaps
    • - ensure all power options (idle to max power) are attempted during the controllability check. with pcl at idle, zero torque will simulate the flare and landing. this should demsonstrate if the rudder is available for a normal landing
    • 9. FLY NO SLOWER THAN MINIMUM CONTROLLABLE AIRSPEED PLUS 20 KIAS ON FINAL APPROACH
    • 10. FLY A POWER-ON, STRAIGHT-IN APPROACH REQUIRING MINIMUM FLARE AND PLAN TO TOUCH DOWN AT NO LESS THAN PREVIOUSLY DETERMINED MIN. AIRSPEED.
    • -with rudder trim push rod failure and >5 kt xwind, fly a no-flap straight-on approach
  9. Stuck / Failed Trim
    • 1. TRIM DISCONNECT - NORM
    • 2. AIL/EL TRIM or RUD TRIM CIRCUIT BREAKER (LFC) - CHECK, RESET IF OPEN
  10. Canopy Unlocked
    • 1. AIRSPEED - 150 KIAS MAX. AVOID ABRUPT MANEUVERING.
    • - do not attempt to lock canopy in-flight. Movement of the internal canopy lock handle may inadvertently allow the canopy to open and depart the aircraft.
    • 2. DESCEND - BELOW 18,000'MSL
    • 3. PRESSURIZATION - DUMP (<18,000' MSL)
    • 4. LAND AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
    • - if canopy frame is floating off the left side rail or the canopy is obviously unlocked, do not eject.
  11. Rapid Decompression / Cockpit Pressure Altitude Exceeds 19,000 feet.
    • 1. OBOGS - CHECK: ON, MAX, EMERGENCY
    • - may be a transient OBOGS FAIL indication
    • 2. DESCENT BELOW 18,000' MSL - INITIATE
    • 3. BLEED AIR INFLOW - HI
    • 4. INFLOW SYS CIRCUIT BREAKER (LFC) CHECK, RESET IF OPEN
    • -malfunctioning defog valve can trip the INFLOW SYS circuit breaker causing loss of pressurization
    • 5. LAND AS SOON AS PRACTICAL

    IF COCKPIT ALTITUDE EXCEEDED 18,000' MSL: LAND AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
  12. Conrolled Ejection
    • 1. NOTIFY CREWMEMBER OF DECISION TO EJECT (BOTH)
    • 2. ALTITUDE - 2000 FEET AGL MINIMUM (RECOMMENDED)
    • -if not controllable, eject anyway
    • - minimum ejection for ctrld flight: 2000. unctrld: 6000
    • -make decision to eject early as possible
    • 3. AIRSPEED 125-180 KIAS
    • 4. DISTRESS CALL - TRANSMIT
    • 5. TRANSPONDER - 7700
    • 6. LOSS EUIPMENT - STOW (BOTH)
    • 7. VISOR - DOWN
    • 8. OXYGEN MASK AND HELMET - FASTENED AND TIGHT, CHIN STRAP FASTENED (BOTH)
    • 9. LEG RESTRAIN GARTERS - CHECK (BOTH)
    • 10. HARNESS - LOCKED (BOTH)
    • 11. SSK DEPLOYMENT KNOB - AS REQ (BOTH)
    • 12. TURN AIRCRAFT TOWARD UNINHABITED AREA
    • 13. PCL - OFF
    • 14. ASSUME PROPER POSITION:
    • - head back firmly against headpad
    • - shoulders and back against seat back
    • - elbows close to body
    • - legs flat on seat pad
    • - legs extended, but not rigid
  13. Post Ejection
    • 1. INSPECT CANOPY - CAREFULLY INSPECT CANOPY AND SUSPENSION LINES FOR DAMGE AND/OR MALFUNCTIONS
    • 2. I
    • 3. R
    • 4. O
    • 5. K
    • 6. PREPARING TO LAND PROCEDURES - PREPARE FOR LANDING AT A HIGH ENOUGH ALTITUDE (APPROX 200 FEET) TO ACCOMPLISH THE FOLLOWING:
    • a. if over land - discard SSK (release both lap straps)
    • b. locate clear landing area and steer into wind
    • c. grab rear risers at retainer loops wih elbows pointed forward, toggles at eye level, with head erect, and eyes on the horizon.
    • d. ensure feet and knees are together, knees are slightly bent, and balls of feet are lower than heels
    • 7. LANDING/POST LANDING PROCEDURES - OVER LAND
    • a. Perform parachute landing fall
    • b. release upper KOCH fittings after completion of PLF
    • 8. LANDING/POST LANDING PROCEDURES - OVER WATER
    • a. Release upper KOCH fittings as soon as feet touch the water and perform ADR (post water entry):
    • (1) A void the chute
    • (2) D isentangle the chute
    • (3) R elease SSK and retrieve survival items (Right Side Lap Strap)
  14. Life Raft Operation
    • 1. When clear of parachute canopy, retrieve the life raft by location the drop line and pulling the raft to you
    • 2. Position the raft so boarding will be on the same side as the CO2 bottle
    • 3. Grasp raft and forciby push below waist
    • 4. Use boarding handles, pull into raft and turn towards seated position
    • 5. locate sea anchor and deploy
    • 6. retrieve rucksack
    • 7. pull canopy over shoulders
    • 8. Use intergal bailer to remove water from inside life raft as follows:
    • a. make sure funnel is not twisted
    • b. put funnel end of bailer in water and lift funnel to allow water to run out through tube
    • c. repeat step b until no water remains in life raft
    • d. use bailing spone to dry floor and squeeze water out into funnel
    • e. when there is no more water in life raft, twist integral bailer three complete turns.
    • f. tie bailer to floor loop patch with cord using bowline knot
    • 9. Feed antenna of emergency transitter through sleeve in raft canopy.
    • 10. close raft canopy and attach edges with touch-and-close fastener strips and press studs.
    • 11. pull raft hood canopy over face and attach touch-and-close patches.
  15. Landing Gear Malfunction
    once on ground do not taxi or tow aircraft until landing gear pins have been installed

    • 1. AIRSPEED - <150 KIAS
    • 2. GEAR HANDLE - DOWN (BOTH)
    • continue checklist even if gear handle will not lower
    • 3. LAMP TEST  - CHECK
    • confirm all landing gear position lights illuminate
    • 4. HYDRAULIC PRESSURE - CHECK (IF LESS THAN 1800 PSI, EXECUTE LANDING GEAR EMERGENCY EXTENSION CHECKLIST)
    • 5. LDG GR CONT (LFC), INST (LFC) and INST LT (LRC) CIRCUIT BREAKERS - CHECK IN/RESET
    • 6. GEAR HANDLE - CYCLE
    • symmetric G forces 0 to 2.5
    • slip
    • slow airspeed
    • acutate speed brake
    • select flaps LDG
    • small quick side-to-side movements of the gear handle in front cockpit
    • 7. GEAR AND GEAR DOOR POSITIONS- CONFIRM

    • IF ANY OF THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS REMAIN, EXECUTE STEP 8:
    • -Gear Handle lowers normally, landing gear remains up, no landing gear position lights are illuminated
    • - gear handle down, both left and right inboard doors are confirmed fully open and both main gears are partially extended regardless of nose gear position
    • - gear handle stuck/jammed, landing gear remains up, and no landing gear position lights are illuminated
    • 8. LANDING GEAR EMERGENCY EXTENSION CHECKLIST - EXECUTE

    • IF THE PRECEDING CONDITIONS DO NOT EXIST AND LANDING GEAR INDICATIONS REMAIN UNSAFE, EXECUTE STEP 9:
    • 9. LANDING WITH UNSAFE GEAR INDICATIONS CHECKLIST- EXECUTE
  16. Landing With Unsafe Gear Indications
    • 1. GEAR HANDLE - RAISE (IF ABLE)
    • 2. FUEL - REDUCE (NO LESS THAN 100LBS)
    • 3. FLAPS - AS REQ (RECOMMEND LDG FLAPS)
    • 4. HARNESS - LOCKED (BOTH)
    • 5. LANDING TECHNIQUE FOR GEAR CONFIGURATION - EXECUTE
    • a. all gear up - touch down on upwind side with minimum sink in normal landing attitude. Antcipate faster than normal deceleration
    • b. nose gear only (down and locked) - Consider Controlled Ejection Procedure
    • c. Main gear only - After touchdown, hold nose off runway as long as possible. Gently lower nose to runway prior to loss of elevator authority. Use differential braking to maintain control. Heavy braking might cause excessive stress on forward fuselage.
    • d. One main gear only - touch down smoothly on same side of runway as extended landing gear. While on rolloout, hold opposite wing up as long as possible. Use rudder and brakes to maintain a straight path down runway.
    • WHEN LANDING IS ASSURED:
    • 6. PCL - OFF
    • 7. FIREWALL SHUTOFF HANDLE - PULL
    • 8. EMERGENCY GROUND EGRESS - AS REQ
  17. Landing Gear Emergency Extension
    • 1. AIRSPEED - REDUCE TO 150KIAS OR BELOW
    • 2. GEAR HANDLE - DOWN
    • 3. EMER LDG GR HANDLE - PULL
    • 4. LANDING GEAR DOWN INDICATOR LIGHTS - CHECK
    • 5. FLAPS- AS REQ

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