AFMAN 11-248 Contact.txt

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  1. FENCE Check
    • Fuel balance and quantity
    • Engine within limits
    • NAVAIDS (GPS/EHSI) and NACWS/TAS (range)
    • Communication (frequencies set, make appropriate call); Checks complete (climb, ops, pre-stall)
    • Equipment (G-suit, loose items); Emergency – review
  2. CLEF Check
    • Clear area and CWS
    • Loose items stowed
    • Engine within limits
    • Fuel balance within 50 pounds
  3. G-awareness exercise
    • 200-220 knots
    • Level or slightly descending turn
    • 4-5 Gs
    • 4-5 breathing cycles
  4. Altitude for airspeed exchange
    • Max power
    • canopy bow on horizon
    • 1,000 feet traded for 50 knots
  5. Airspeed for altitude exchange
    • Max power
    • Wings level
    • Clock on horizon
  6. Reduce energy level in MOA
    Constant speed descent
  7. Increase energy level in MOA
    • MAX power climb
    • 140-160 KIAS
  8. Energy loss maneuvers
    • Spin
    • Traffic pattern stalls
    • Cloverleaf
    • split-S
    • nose-low recovery
    • ELP stalls
    • High G turns with low power
  9. Energy gain maneuvers
    • Power-on stalls
    • Nose-high recovery
    • Stability demo
    • Chandelle
  10. Power On Stall altitude requirement
    1600-2,000 feet above for 160 KIAS entry
  11. Power On Stall
    • Airspeed: As required to achieve briefed parameters
    • Power: 30-60% torque
    • Pitch: 15-40° NH
    • Bank: 0° for straight ahead; 20-30° for turning
  12. Power On Stall visual references
    • Entry: crook of front windscreen on horizon
    • Recovery: firelight on horizon, then as required for MAX performance
  13. ELP Stall parameters
    • 4,000 feet below for full series
    • 125 KIAS clean
    • 120 KIAS configured
    • 4-6% torque
    • FCP visual reference clean: one-half prop arc on horizon
    • FCP visual reference configured: prop arc on horizon
  14. ELP Stall procedure
    • Glide to High Key:
    • 125 KIAS, 4-6% torque
    • Raise pitch until gear warning sounds (120 KIAS)
    • Recover by lowering nose and establishing 125 KIAS
    • Expect to lose 300 feet of altitude
    • Glide between High and Low Key
    • Configure: Gear DOWN, Flaps UP
    • 120 KIAS glide with 30° bank, 4-6% torque
    • Raise pitch attitude to level flight picture
    • Recover at stick shaker or approach-to-stall indication
    • Maintain turn and lower nose (prop arc on horizon)
    • Expect to lose 800 feet of altitude
    • Glide between Low Key and Runway
    • Configure: Gear DOWN: Flaps TO
    • Same as from High to Low key
  15. Five types of Traffic Pattern Stall
    • Overshooting (NL), accelerated stall simulating overshooting crosswinds or improper perch spacing
    • Undershooting stall simulating combination of idle PCL and poor airspeed crosscheck
    • Landing attitude stall simulating improper landing assured decision or improper roundout/flare
    • Break turn stall simulating exaggerated and aggressive break
    • Closed pull-up stall simulating exaggerated, aggressive pull-up with poor airspeed and altitude crosscheck
  16. Traffic Pattern Stall setup
    • Airspeed:
    • 120 KIAS (final turn)
    • 5-10 kt above final airspeed (landing attitude)
    • Power:
    • Final Turn: 10-15% torque
    • To induce stall: zero torque
    • Recovery: MAX
    • Configuration:
    • Gear Down
    • Flaps – as required
    • Bank
    • Turning: 30 degrees
    • Landing attitude: 0 degrees
  17. Final Turn Stall procedure
    • Fly simulated downwind and configure
    • Perform before-landing checklist
    • Initiate final turn at 120 KIAS
    • PCL – idle
    • Bank as required, increase back-stick pressure
    • Recover at approach-to-stall indication (stick shaker or buffet)
    • Max, Relax, Roll and disregard ground track
    • Maintain recovery AOA with positive vertical nose track
  18. Landing attitude stall
    • Establish simulated final approach at 5-10 knots above final approach airspeed for flap setting
    • PCL – idle
    • Execute simulated roundout
    • Hold landing attitude
    • Recover at approach-to-stall indication
    • Recovery same as final turn stalls
  19. Slow Flight Parameters
    • Airspeed:
    • Flaps LDG: 80-85 KIAS
    • Flaps TO: 85-90 KIAS
    • Flaps UP: 90-95 KIAS
    • Gear DOWN
  20. Slow Flight entry
    • Slow below 150 KIAS
    • Configure A/C as briefed
    • Perform before landing checklist
    • Maintain altitude
    • Adjust power to maintain desired airspeed in level flight
  21. SCATSAFE Maneuver
    • Straight and Level
    • Coordination exercise
    • Adverse Yaw
    • Torque and Turns
    • Steep Turns
    • Abrupt Control Movement
    • Flap Retraction
    • Effectiveness of Controls
  22. Stability demonstration
    • Airspeeds:
    • Entry: 160 KIAS
    • Recovery: 80 KIAS or stick shaker
    • Power:
    • Entry: 60% torque
    • Recovery: idle
    • Attitude:
    • Raise nose to 40-45° NH wings level
    • Altitude required:
    • 2,000 feet above entry
    • Recovery:
    • Idle power
    • Neutral controls
    • Avoid 0 +/- 0.25 Gs
  23. Intentional Spin Entry
    • Airspeeds:
    • Entry: 120 KIAS
    • Spin entry: 80 KIAS
    • Power:
    • Idle
    • Pitch:
    • 15-40°
    • Flight controls at spin entry
    • Rudder: full deflection in spin direction
    • Elevator: full aft stick
    • Ailerons: neutral
    • Recovery:
    • Departure recognition and recovery: Within 1 turn of rudder application
    • Steady State recognition and recovery: within 2-4 turns of rudder application
  24. Nose-High recovery
    • PCL – MAX (or below 60% with low airspeed if control response is slow)
    • Roll and pull to get aircraft to horizon
    • Roll upright once horizon is reached
  25. Nose-Low recovery
    • Roll toward nearest horizon
    • Level wings
    • Pull up until level flight attained
    • If approaching 200 KIAS select idle power and speed brake
  26. Inverted recovery
    Roll toward “nearest blue”

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