FA-18 Emergency Procedures

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  1. APU FIRE LIGHT
    IN FLIGHT or on GROUND
    1.
    2.
    GROUND
    3.
    • APU FIRE LIGHT
    • IN FLIGHT or on GROUND
    • 1. APU fire light- PUSH
    • 2. FIRE EXTGH READY light- PUSH
    • GROUND
    • 3. Throttles- OFF
  2. DUAL L BLEED and R BLEED WARNING LIGHTS//L/R  ATS CAUTION // DUAL L/R BLD OFF CAUTIONS
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    • DUAL L BLEED and R BLEED WARNING LIGHTS // L/R  ATS CAUTION // DUAL L/R BLD OFF CAUTIONS
    • 1. Throttles- Minimum practical
    • 2. Emergency oxygen green ring(s)- PULL
    • 3. BLEED AIR knob- OFF (DO NOT CYCLE)
    • 4. Initiate rapid descent to below 10,000 feet cabin altitude
  3. SINGLE L BLEED or R BLEED WARNING LIGHT
    1.
    2.
    If light goes out, execute SINGLE BLD OFF caution procedures.
    If light remains on- 
    3.
    If light remains on- 
    4.
    5.
    6.
    • SINGLE L BLEED or R BLEED WARNING LIGHT
    • 1. Throttle affected engine- IDLE
    • 2. BLEED AIR knob - L OFF or R OFF (DO NOT CYCLE)
    • If light goes out, execute SINGLE BLD OFF caution procedures.
    • If light remains on- 
    • 3. Throttle affected engine- OFF
    • If light remains on-
    • 4. Emergency oxygen green ring(s)- PULL
    • 5. BLEED AIR knob- OFF (DO NOT CYCLE)
    • 6. Initiate rapid descent to below 10,000 feet cabin altitude
  4. FIRE LIGHT
    GROUND
    1. 
    2. 
    3. 
    IN FLIGHT
    Dual FIRE lights-
    1. 
    Single FIRE light or Dual when side confirmed-
    2. 
    3. 
    4. 
    5.
    • FIRE LIGHT
    • GROUND
    • 1. Throttles- OFF
    • 2. FIRE light affected engine- PUSH
    • 3. FIRE EXTGH READY light- PUSH AND HOLD UNTIL DISCH LIGHT COMES ON (5 seconds maximum.)
    • IN FLIGHT
    • Dual FIRE lights-
    • 1. Throttles- Minimum practical
    • Single FIRE light or Dual when side confirmed-
    • 2. Throttle affected engine- OFF
    • 3. FIRE light affected engine- PUSH
    • 4. FIRE EXTGH READY light- PUSH AND HOLD UNTIL DISCH LIGHT COMES ON (5 seconds maximum.)
    • 5. HOOK handle- DOWN
  5. L/R EGT HIGH, L/R ENG, L/R ENG VIB, L/R FLAMEOUT, L/R OIL HOT, L/R OIL PR, L/R OVRSPD, and L/R STALL
    1.
    • L/R EGT HIGH, L/R ENG, L/R ENG VIB, L/R FLAMEOUT, L/R OIL HOT, L/R OIL PR, L/R OVRSPD, and L/R STALL
    • 1. Throttle affected engine- IDLE
  6. L/R FUEL INLT CAUTION
    1.
    2.
    • L/R FUEL INLT CAUTION
    • 1. Throttle affected engine- OFF
    • 2. FIRE light affected engine- PUSH
  7. HYD1 (2) HOT CAUTION
    1.
    • HYD1 (2) HOT CAUTION
    • 1. Throttle affected engine- OFF
  8. OBOGS DEGD CAUTION//HYPOXIA/LOW MASK FLOW/NO MASK FLOW//LOSS OF CABIN PRESSURIZATION/CABIN CAUTION LIGHT BELOW 47,000 FEET
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    • OBOGS DEGD CAUTION//HYPOXIA/LOW MASK FLOW/NO MASK FLOW//LOSS OF CABIN PRESSURIZATION/CABIN CAUTION LIGHT BELOW 47,000 FEET
    • 1. Emergency oxygen green ring(s)- PULL
    • 2. OXY FLOW knob(s)- OFF
    • 3. Initiate rapid descent to below 10,000 feet cabin altitude
  9. HOT START
    If EGT climbs rapidly through 750°C-
    1.
    • HOT START
    • If EGT climbs rapidly through 750°C-
    • 1. Throttle affected engine- OFF
  10. BRAKE FAILURE/EMERGENCY BRAKES
    If detected after touchdown and flyaway airspeed available-
    1.
    If brake failure occurs at slow speed or flyaway airspeed not available-
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    • BRAKE FAILURE/EMERGENCY BRAKES
    • If detected after touchdown and flyaway airspeed available-
    • 1. Go Around
    • If brake failure occurs at slow speed or flyaway airspeed not available-
    • 2. Brakes- RELEASE
    • 3. EMERG BRK handle- PULL TO DETENT
    • 4. Brakes- APPLY gradually
  11. EMERGENCY CATAPULT FLYAWAY
    If flyaway airspeed available-
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    If unable to arrest yaw/roll or stop settle- 
    5.
    • EMERGENCY CATAPULT FLYAWAY
    • If flyaway airspeed available-
    • 1. Throttles- MAX
    • 2. Rudder pedal- FULL AGAINST YAW/ROLL
    • 3. EMERG JETT button- PUSH
    • 4. Maintain 10° to 12° pitch attitude with "W" symbol.
    • •Do not exceed 14° AOA (AOA tone)
    • If unable to arrest yaw/roll or stop settle- 
    • 5. Eject
  12. ABORT
    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.
    5.
    • ABORT
    • 1. Throttles- IDLE
    • 2. Speedbrake- AS DESIRED
    • 3. Brakes- APPLY
    • 4. Stick- AFT below 100 knots (if required)
    • 5. HOOK handle- DOWN (if required)
  13. GO AROUND
    1.
    2.
    3.
    • GO AROUND
    • 1. Throttles- MIL or MAX
    • 2. Maintain on-speed AOA and balanced flight
    • 3. EMERG JETT button- PUSH (if required)
  14. LOSS OF DIRECTIONAL CONTROL DURING TAKEOFF OR LANDING/ PLANING LINK FAILURE
    If detected after touchdown and flyaway airspeed available-
    1.
    If flyaway airspeed not available-
    1. 
    2.
    3.
    • LOSS OF DIRECTIONAL CONTROL DURING TAKEOFF OR LANDING/ PLANING LINK FAILURE
    • If detected after touchdown and flyaway airspeed available-
    • 1. Go Around
    • If flyaway airspeed not available-
    • 1. EMERG BRK handle- PULL TO DETENT (if required)
    • 2. HOOK handle- DOWN (if required)
    • 3. PADDLE switch- PRESS
  15. COCKPIT SMOKE, FUMES, or FIRE
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    2.
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    • COCKPIT SMOKE, FUMES, or FIRE
    • 1. Emergency oxygen green ring(s)- PULL
    • 2. OXY FLOW knob(s)- OFF
    • 3. Initiate rapid descent to below 10,000 feet cabin altitude.
    • 4. CABIN PRESS switch- RAM/DUMP
  16. OCF RECOVERY
    1.
    If still out of control-
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    3.
    If command arrow present- 
    4.
    When command arrow removed-
    5.
    When recovery indicated by AOA and yaw rate tones removed, side forces subsided, and airspeed accelerating above 180 KCAS-
    6.
    Passing 6,000 feet AGL, dive recovery not initiated-
    7.
    • OCF RECOVERY
    • 1. Controls- RELEASE, FEET OFF RUDDERS, SPEEDBRAKE IN
    • If still out of control-
    • 2. Throttles- IDLE
    • 3. Altitude, AOA, airspeed, and yaw rate- CHECK
    • If command arrow present- 
    • 4. Lateral stick- FULL WITH ARROW
    • When command arrow removed-
    • 5. Lateral stick- SMOOTHLY NEUTRAL
    • When recovery indicated by AOA and yaw rate tones removed, side forces subsided, and airspeed accelerating above 180 KCAS-
    • 6. Recover
    • Passing 6,000 feet AGL, dive recovery not initiated-
    • 7. Eject
  17. SINGLE ENGINE FAILURE IN LANDING CONFIGURATION 
    1.
    2.
    3.
    • SINGLE ENGINE FAILURE IN LANDING CONFIGURATION 
    • 1. Throttles- MIL or MAX
    • 2. FLAP switch- HALF
    • 3. Maintain on-speed AOA and balanced flight

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bcortell
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Filename:
FA-18 Emergency Procedures
Updated:
2013-04-21 21:41:32
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FA-18 Immediate Action Items
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