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  1. Pedal Turn
    • 1) Clean above 18000'
    • 2) Slow to 22 units AOA
    • 3) MRT, Hold 22 units AOA
    • 4) 30 AOB using rudder only
    • 5) Reverse direction using rudder to 30 AOB other direction
  2. High AOA Deep Stall Investigation
    • 1) Clean above 20000'
    • 2) IDLE, slow to 20 units AOA
    • 3) Slowly increase to 24-26 units AOA
    • 4) At 28-30 units, a/s approaching 110-120 (Full stall - aileron effectiveness marginal)
    • 5) Recover using OCF procedures
  3. 70o Nose High Departure
    • 1) 300 KIAS, above 14000'
    • 2) Pull to 17 units
    • 3) Establish 70 nose up on ADI
    • 4) IDLE at 150 KIAS
    • 5) Increase back stick to hold 70 nose up
    • 6) When full aft, unable to maintain 70 up, recover using OCF procedures
  4. 110o Nose High Departure
    • 1) 350 KIAS, above 14000'
    • 2) Pull to 17 units
    • 3) Establish 110 nose up on ADI
    • 4) IDLE at 150 KIAS
    • 5) Increase forward stick to hold 110 nose up
    • 6) When full forward, unable to maintain 110 up, recover using OCF procedures
  5. 90o Nose High Departure
    • 1) 300-350 KIAS, above 14000'
    • 2) Pull to 17 units
    • 3) Establish 90 nose up on ADI
    • 4) IDLE at 150 KIAS
    • 5) Maintain 90 nose up
    • 6) When a/s decreases below 85 KIAS, recover using OCF procedures
  6. Lateral Stick Adverse Yaw Departure
    • 1) 275 KIAS, 15o nose up
    • 2) 80 - 90 AOB
    • 3) IDLE
    • 4) At 250 KIAS, full aft stick 28-30 units AOA
    • 5) Reverse direction with full opposite aileron and maintain full aft stick
    • 6) A/C should depart opposite applied aileron
    • 7) Recover using OCF procedures
  7. When to execute:
    Overhead Stuck Throttle Approach
    Straight-in Stuck Throttle Approach
    Overhead: less than 300 KIAS, 88-89%, 1700pph

    Straight-in: greater than 300 KIAS, 88-89%, 1700pph
  8. Stuck Throttle Approach
    • 1) Throttle - do not attempt to reset
    • 2) Altitude - stabilize at 10K MSL if practical
    • 3) Anti-Skid - Off
  9. Straight-in Stuck Throttle Approach
    1) A/S - below 200 KIAS using SB, nose att, and load factor

    2) LG, flaps, and SB - as required to maintain a/s below 200 KIAS

    3) 3o glideslope (300' / mile)

    4) No lower than on-speed, attempt short-field arrestment, if available

    5) A/S above 150 KIAS, FSOH pull at calculated altitude

    6) A/S below 150 KIAS, FSOH pull at touchdown
  10. Calculated FSOH shutdown altitude
    • 50' AGL - 160 KIAS
    • 100' AGL - 170 KIAS
    • 150' AGL - 180 KIAS
    • 200' AGL - 190 KIAS
  11. Overhead Stuck Throttle
    1) A/S - below 200 KIAS using SB, nose att, and load factor

    2) LG, flaps, and SB - as required to maintain a/s below 200 KIAS

    3) Execute Overhead PA, attempt short field arrestment

    4) When established in landing flare - FSOH pull

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