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  1. Crew Primary exit
    Crew entrance door
  2. secondary exit
    any available exit
  3. crew/passangers exit
    as briefed
  4. Abandon airplane signal
    one long ring on alarm bell
  5. main wheel well fire, evacuation distances
    at least 300 feet, 600 if pyrotechnics aboard
  6. chock airplane
    if time and conditions permit
  7. Warning
    if a main wheel well fire exists, or hot brakes are suspected,
    chock nose wheel only
  8. Brake system failure
    the aux hydro system hand pump may be used for stopping the plane in an energ by holding the _______
    down while the ______ is being operated.
    brake pedals, hand pump
  9. Loss of system pressure
    if a pressure loss is indicated, procede as follows:
    1. Hydoaulic engine pupm switches- OFF
    2. Hydrulic suction boos pump switch- OFF
    3.________________- checked
    if reservoir is low:
    Hydraulic reservoir level

    4. Check for fluid loss at units being supplied by malfunctioning system
  10. Emergency hydraulic extension
    A. nose gear:
    1. Aux hydraulic pump- OFF
    3. operate the forward cargo door handpump to lower the nose landing gear.
    3.Nose gear emerg extension valve handle- NLG EMER EXT Position

    4. operate the aux hydraulic or handpump to lower the nose landing gear.
  11. Fuselage fire/smoke and fume elimination

    in the event a fire is near an oxygen component or there is a possibility that the oxygen could increease the fire, consideration should be given to closing the ___________________, provided portable oxygen bottles are adequate for the situation.
    Oxygen manual shutoff valve
  12. if flammable fumes are present, electrical equipment should no be turned _________ untill fumes are eliminated.
    onn or off
    if any crewmember notices a fire, smoke or fumes developing in the fuselage, notify the crew and passangers and procede as follows.
    1. Oxygen- on, 100% all
    the pilot will direct crewmembers to ___________after appropriate emergancy oxygen equipment has been donned.
    fight the fire as required
    the loadmaster will wear a ________ when opening the paratroo doors. prior to opening the paratroop doors, connect the hook to a ________ and adjust the life-line to allow mobility only to the________. Failure to attach the life-line or an incorrect life-line adjustment may cause an accidential exit from the airplane.
    8. Paratroop doors- open (on command of pilot)

    restraint harness

    floor tiedown ring

    paratroop doors

    if the paratroop doors cannot be used due to cargo compartment fire, smoke and or umes, an attempt should be made to___________
    use another opening
  17. In-Flight door warning
    A. when the master door warning light or an individual door warning light illuminates,___________. check ADS ramp and door switch off, and procede as follows.
    Notify the crew and passangers
  18. In-Flight door warning
    upon notification of a master door warning or an individual door warning light, all crewmembers will_____. in addition, the loadmaster will___________.
    fasten their seatbelts

    notify the passangers to fasten their seatbelts.
  19. In-Flight door warning
    personnel shall no go near the _________ unti it has been determined that it is safe to do so.
    crew enterance door
  20. In-Flight release of liferaft
    the inflight release of a liferaft may be indicated by _______ wich can range from slight to severe. these vibrations could be accompanied with _______ and ______ coming from the wing root area, and vertical or yaw control problems.

    bumps and bangs
  21. In-Flight release of liferaft
    1. retard power and decrease airspeed. (p)
    2.______ and have a__________________ and tail through a rear cargo compartment window. the absence of a liferaft should be noticed through one of the inspection windows provided on the _____of the liferaft compartments.
    2. Lower flaps

    crewmember make a visual inspection of the liferaft sompartments

    lower side
  22. In-Flight release of liferaft
    do not __________on landing if the liferaft cannot be removed in flight. to do so may draw the raft into the propeller.
    reverse propellers
  23. Rapid decompression

    sudden and uncontrollable loss of cabin pressure......
    1. ____________
    3. Descent- as required
    • 1.Oxygen- on 100% all
    • 2. safety belts- as required
  24. Crash landing
    A. signals
    1. immediatly after takeoff--________
    2. crash landing imminent--___________
    3. Brace for impact--___________
    • long ring
    • 2. six short rings
    • 3. one long ring
  25. Crash landing
    Landing with nose gear retracted and main gear down.
    1. give warning over PA and the interphone, and give six short rings on the alarm bell.
    5. depresurize the airplane and place all engines beed air switches to closed
    • 2. if cargo can be safely moved, shift to maximum allowable aft CG limitation(with passangers behind cargo) computer for airplane Gross weight. Reposition passanger to aft most seats when possible.
    • 3. jettison defensive system flares(some airplanes)(if loaded)
    • 4. stow or secure all loose equipment
    • 6. open and secure the forward, center and aft escape hatches and paratroop doors.
  26. Crash landing
    the loadmaster will wear a ______ when opening the paratroop door.....
    restraint harness
  27. Crash landing
    7. replace and removed access/inspection pannels prior to landing.
    9. pull the landing gear warn light and GCAC
    10. ________
    11. loc shoulder harness inertia reel and face seat forward.
    8. turn off all unnecessary electrical equipment

    10. Don helmet (if avail) and gloves and take crash position.
  28. Crash landing
    14. give warning over the PA and the interphone and give _______ on the alarm bells to brace for impact.

    17. _______________ long ring

    17. when the airplane comes to a complete stop, follow ground evac procedures as necessary.
  29. Gear up landing
    1. give warning over PA and the interphone and give_____ rings on the alarm bells.
    4. depressurize the airplane and place all engine bleed air switches to closed
    • 1. six short
    • 2. stow or secure all loose equip
    • 3. jettison defensive system flares
    • 5. Jetisoning of cargo shold be considered.
  30. Gear up landing
    the loadmaster will wear a _______ when opening the paratroop door......
    restraint harness
  31. Gear up landing
    5. Jettisoning of cargo should be considered.
    7. dump or consume all unnecessary fuel
    9. replace and removed access/inspection panels prior to landing
    • 6. passangers behind cargo (if cargo remaining)
    • 8. open and secure the forward, center, and aft escape hatches and paratroop doors.
  32. Gear up landing
    Replace and removed access/inspection panels prior to landing.
    11. pull the landing gear warn light and GCAC circuit breakers.
    12.___________13. lock shoulder harness....
    • 10. turn off all unnecessary electrical equipment
    • 12. don helmet (if avail) and gloves and take crash position
  33. Gear up landing
    14. request foam on the runway
    15. assume a normal landing attitude
    16. give warning over the PA and the interphone and give ___ ring on the alarm bells to brace for impact.
    17.____ long

    17. when the airplane comes to a complete stop, follow ground evac procedures as necessary.
  34. Main landing gear tiedown
    1. primary method (both sets of struts)

    __-______lb chains/ __-_____ lb devices
    __-______lb chains/ __-_____ lb devices
    2. secondary method
    __-______lb chains/ __-_____ lb devices
    • 6-25,000 lb chains/ 2-25,000
    • 2-10,000 lb chains/ 2-10,000

    14-10,000 lb chains/ 6-10,000
  35. Main landing gear tiedown
    b. ____________(if avail, may be used in lieu of tiedown chains and devices)
    C. with non-jettisonable cargo- tie down questionable gear by ______
    Emergancy tiedown fixture

    Any means available
  36. Cargo Door and Ramp Failure
    To release the cargo door uplock after normal procedures have failed;
    "Hint" door first then ramp
    1.pull the cargo door uplock manual release lever forward and down.

    2. After the cargo door free falls, procede with normal closing procedures to lock the door in the closed position.
  37. Cargo Door and Ramp Failure
    In the event the ramp locks fail to lock the ramp in the closed position;
    3. If the reservoir fluid is normal, ___
    4. Attain an airspeed of 1.2 vs (flaps up), not to exceed 150 KAIS.
    5. Retract the flaps
    • 1. check fluid level in Aux Pump reservoir
    • 2.If fluid level is low, attempt to find the leak and isolate it.
    • 3. Turn the aux pump off
    • 6. rotate ramp control knob clockwise to pos 4
    • 7. Turn on Aux pump to ensure ramp is closed
    • 8. Turn off Aux Pump
    • 9. Rotate ramp control knob clockwise to pos 5 and turn on pump.
    • 10. IF locks work,(visually chacked/ warning light out) turn Aux pump off, rotate to pos 6, continue MSN.
    • 11. If ramp locks fail to lock, repeat 6-9 using handpump @4100 psi.
    • 12. If ramp locks still fail, Aux pump off, knob in pos 4, Aux pump on for remainder of flight.
  38. Cargo Door and Ramp Failure
    Do not pressurize the airplane in the________
    ramp locks fail to lock
  39. Cargo Jettison
    Pallets are measured from the top surface to the pallet. if time does not permit measuring____________ before computing max allowable cargo height-inches in fig 5-1
    2.25 inch must be added to placard height
  40. Cargo Jettison
    do not jettesion pallets from the cargo floor with_____
    sections 5B and/or 6B removed
  41. Cargo Jettison
    it is recommended that __________________ not be jettisoned. the lightweigt pallet couldstrike the plane
    pallets weighing less than 2500
  42. Cargo Jettison
    Ramp pallet
    • 1.remove restraint and tiedowns
    • 2. open aft cargo door from ramp panel
    • 3. one crew member, if avail, at each ramp manual emer release handle
    • 4. lower cargo ramp from ramp control panel
    • 5. notify pilot when load is ready to jettison
    • 6. pull left and right emer release handles at the command of jettison
    • 7. Notify pilot when load is clear (or condition)
  43. Cargo Jettison
    manual emer release handles must be pulled to the _____ to ensure positive release of the vertical restraint flanges.
    max forward position
  44. Cargo Jettison
    pallets on cargo floor
    • 1. remove all cargo restraint tiedowns
    • 2. move to left and right master controls
    • 3. notify pilot when cargo is ready to jettison
    • 4. pull RH EMERG REL handle to EMER
    • 5. Unlock left locks using SEQ Lock handle on command to Jettison
    • 6. Notify pilot when load is clear
    • 7. Subsequent platforms/pallets jettisoned by repeating steps 5 and 6
  45. Bailout
    1.prepare to abandon airplane--
    • 1. three short rings
    • 2. one long ring
  46. Bailout
    • 1. Cargo Door and ramp
    • 2. paratroop doors
    • 3. crew ent door
  47. Bailout
    1. cargo door only--
    2. paratroop doors--
    3. crew ent door--
    • 1. above 150 knots
    • 2. air deflector door must be open
    • 3. below 150 knots, gear up
  48. Bailout
    1.Emerg equip, order of donning
    anti-exposure suits _____if req and time permits. Should take __ min
    2. don life jackets,___,___, and ____, making certain the individual life raft pack is.....
    • 1.over flying clothing
    • 1 min

    2. parachutes, helmets, flight gloves

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2011-03-15 00:27:39
Emergency procedures

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