Takeoff and Landing EPs.txt

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Takeoff and Landing EPs.txt
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takeoff and landing EPs
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  1. Abort
    • Indications:
    • You must discontinue the takeoff
    • Actions:
    • Abort BOLDFACE
    • Attain full aerobrake attitude
    • Reposition flaps to full, below full flap touchdown speed
    • Apply cautious braking below 120 KCAS
    • Apply optimum braking below 100 KCAS
    • Notify tower or RSU as time permits
    • Prepare to engage barrier as required
  2. Barrier engagement
    • Indications:
    • Unable to stop by the end of the runway while aborting
    • Actions:
    • Call “Barrier, barrier, barrier” 5-7 sec prior to engagement (BAK-15)
    • Lock shoulder harness
    • Speed brake – confirm closed
    • Engage perpendicular to barrier in 3 point attitude
    • Release braking before engagement
    • Reapply braking after impact or unsuccessful engagement
    • After engagement, stop, notify controller and egress (emergency – as required)
  3. Hot brakes
    • Indications:
    • Heavy braking during a full-stop landing or abort
    • Actions:
    • Taxi to hot brakes area to have aircraft inspected
    • Don’t shutdown until instructed by ground personnel
    • Considerations:
    • Min interval between full stop landings is 45 min (retracted) and 15 min (extended)
  4. Airspeed indicator failure
    • Indications:
    • Airspeed doesn’t come alive during takeoff roll
    • AVIONICS on HUD and MFD
    • Actions:
    • Abort the takeoff
    • Taxi back and shut down normally
    • Considerations:
    • If airborne with this problem, turn pitot heat on
    • Use known pitch and power or chase aircraft to recover
    • .5 AOA ensures safe gear lowering speed
    • .6 AOA ensures safe final approach airspeed
  5. Afterburner blowout on takeoff
    • Indications:
    • Noticeable yaw with a loss of thrust
    • Loud bang
    • Nozzle closes and thrust reverts to MIL power
    • Actions:
    • Abort or takeoff as required based on Go/No Go speed
    • Considerations:
    • If airborne with normal indications in MIL, consider burning down gas
    • If problem resulted from main fuel control malfunction, flameout is possible
  6. Engine failure / Fire warning during takeoff, takeoff continued
    • Indications:
    • FIRE light, FEVER indications, ENGINE message – catastrophic engine failure
    • Yaw, RPM and EGT decrease with R/L GEN light – single engine flameout
    • Pop or buzz with RPM drop and EGT rise – compressor stall
    • Actions:
    • Accomplish BOLDFACE
    • Gear – UP when airborne above SETOS + 10
    • FLAPS – UP as required above 200 KCAS (220 KCAS with gear stuck down)
    • Considerations:
    • Accelerate in a three point attitude (don’t move stick forward or back)
    • With left engine windmilling, gear retraction may take up to 1 min
    • With gear down, best performance is at 200 KCAS with 60% flaps and 220 KCAS with flaps up
  7. Tire failure during takeoff, takeoff continued
    • Indications:
    • Muffled “bang” during takeoff roll
    • Vibration and settling of airplane on corresponding side
    • Advised by tower, RSU, or wingman of blown tire
    • Actions:
    • Accomplish BOLDFACE
    • Do not reposition flaps
    • Burn down fuel to minimum gross weight
    • Get inspected by a chase ship
    • Land with the “drag in the center”
    • Do not clear runway, change configuration or actuate flight controls
    • Shut down when advised by ground personnel
    • Considerations:
    • If FOD causes engine damage, other BOLDFACE may apply
    • May be necessary to retract gear with a significant loss of thrust
  8. Landing gear retraction failure
    • Indications:
    • Light in the handle remains on takeoff
    • Above 230 KCAS with gear locked, “GEAR, GEAR” voice message
    • Actions:
    • Airspeed – maintain below 240 KCAS
    • Gear lever – DOWN
    • With normal indications, burn off fuel and land
    • With unsafe indications, try alternate gear extension
    • Considerations:
    • With gear down, expect to burn 600 pounds every 10 minutes
  9. Single engine landing
    • Indications:
    • Engine failure
    • Engine restricted to low power setting (e.g. compressor stall)
    • Actions:
    • Execute straight in approach
    • Gear – down
    • Flaps – 60%
    • Flaps – 100% when landing is assured
    • Clear runway (if able) and shutdown
    • Considerations:
    • Left engine windmilling may give enough hydraulic pressure to lower gear
    • Alternate gear extension takes up to 35 seconds
    • Use power up to MAX as required to hold level flight and recommended speeds
    • Landing roll is 500 feet longer with flaps 60% instead of full
    • With left engine failure, have gear pinned before clearing runway
  10. Single engine go around
    • Indications:
    • Must execute go around during single engine landing
    • Engine failure while configured for landing
    • Actions:
    • Accomplish BOLDFACE
    • Lower nose as required to facilitate acceleration
    • Retract gear above final approach airspeed
    • Retract flaps above 200 KCAS (gear up) or above 220 KCAS (gear down)
    • Considerations:
    • If engine is shut down for fire/FOD/frozen, do not use for go-around
    • If shutdown for other malfunction or to prevent engine damage, use for go-around
    • Gear retraction with windmilling utility hydraulics may take up to 1 min
  11. Flap asymmetry
    • Indications:
    • Uncommanded roll/yaw as flaps are repositioned
    • Loud bang and uncommanded roll while configured
    • Actions:
    • Throttles – MAX
    • Flaps – reposition to eliminate/minimize asymmetry
    • Airspeed – above 180 KCAS
    • AUX FLAP switch – EMER
    • If asymmetry persists – maintain 20 KCAS above final approach speeds, do not touchdown below 165 KCAS
    • Considerations:
    • With flaps between up and 60% use AOA on final
  12. Flap-Slab interconnect failure (abrupt pitchup)
    • Indications:
    • Abrupt uncommanded pitchup with flaps extended
    • Actions
    • Control stick – full forward
    • Throttles – MAX
    • Flaps – 60%
    • Landing gear – UP when flight is assured
    • Flaps – UP above no flap flying airspeed
    • Perform no flap landing (preferred)
    • Considerations:
    • Recover within 3 seconds to ensure recovery without altitude loss
    • If flaps are necessary for landing distance, extend to 30-45% and fly AOA
  13. Flap-Slab interconnect failure (smooth pitchup)
    • Indications:
    • Lighter/less than normal stick force/travel required for rotation
    • Smooth pitchup as flaps extended
    • Actions:
    • Control stick – forward to arrest pitchup
    • Flaps – reposition to up (above no flap flying airspeed)
    • Perform no flap landing (preferred)
    • Considerations:
    • If flaps are necessary for landing distance, extend to 30-45% and fly AOA
  14. No flap landing
    • Indications:
    • Malfunction necessitates landing with flaps up
    • Actions:
    • Burn down fuel weight
    • Fly straight-in
    • Add 15 KCAS to normal speeds
    • Considerations
    • No Flap landing distance is 2x(2500+fuel) past touchdown point
  15. Landing gear extension failure
    • Indications:
    • Handle will not lower
    • Handle down without combination of 3 green between 2 cockpits
    • Actions:
    • Try other cockpit handle
    • Test unlit lights, try swapping bulbs
    • Run alternate extension checklist
    • Consider chase aircraft to confirm configuration
    • Considerations:
    • Do not taxi with unsafe indications, have pins installed
  16. Landing gear alternate extension
    • Indications:
    • Landing gear fails to extend
    • Loss of utility hydraulics
    • Total DC failure
    • Actions:
    • Airspeed – below 240 KCAS
    • Flaps – as required (60%)
    • Gear door switch – open
    • Gear handle – down
    • Landing gear alternate release handle – pull
    • Considerations:
    • If unsuccessful, run checklist (EJ-3)
    • Consider recycling gear and reattempting
    • Consider removing all electrical power and reattempting
    • Consider shutting left engine down, cycling flight controls, and reattempting
  17. Landing with all gear up
    • Indications:
    • Unable to land with all gear down
    • Unable to land with mains down and nose gear unsafe
    • Actions:
    • Run checklist (EJ-7)
    • Emergency Ground Egress
    • Considerations:
    • Burn down fuel and fly a full flap power-on approach with minimum flare
  18. Landing with nose gear unsafe
    • Indications:
    • Unable to land with gear all down/up
    • Actions:
    • Run checklist (EJ-9)
    • Stop straight ahead using minimal braking (if nose gear down)
    • Leave left engine running until gear is pinned
    • Shut throttles off as nose touches runway
  19. Hard landing / overrun landing:
    • Indications:
    • High sink rate on final with firm touchdown
    • High flare with firm touchdown
    • Main gear touch down in overrun
    • Actions:
    • Go around if able
    • Terminate mission
    • Gear – Do not retract

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