H LIQ questions - EP's

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H LIQ questions - EP's
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  1. 1. Ground Evacuation Steps

    2. Primary and Secondary Exits

    3. Signal
    • a. crew and pax - briefed
    • b. chock airplane if possible
    • wheel well fire hot brakes - nose only
    • c. evacuate 300 feet (600 with flares and markers)

    Prime - crew entrence; Secondary - any availiable

    one long ring on alarm bell
  2. Brake System Failure
    • 1. Holding the break pedals down (pilot)
    • 2. Operating the hand pump (loadmaster)
  3. Fuselage Fire/Smoke and Fume Elimination
    • (fire smoke, or fumes in fuselage, no electrical equipment should be turned off or on)
    • a. notify crew/PAX
    • 1. OXYGEN "ON,100%" (ALL)
    • 8. Para doors "OPEN" on command of pilot (LM)
    • ---a. Loadmaster will wear restraint harness
    • ---b. Life line attached
    • ---d. If para doors cannot be opened, attempt to use another opening
    • Note: fight fire as requiredWarning: Fwd escape hatch must be opened for to eliminate smoke and fumes
  4. In-Flight Door Warning
    • 1. Acknowledge or notify crew
    • 2. Notify Pax (seat belt)
    • 3. Fasten seat belt
    • 4. Oxygen (as required)
  5. In-Flight Release of Liferaft
    • 1. Pilot will lower flaps
    • 2. Crewmember scan life raft inspection window to determine presence of life rafts
  6. Rapid Decompression
    • 1. OXYGEN "ON,100%" (ALL)
    • 2. Seat belt(as required) (ALL)
  7. Hydraulic System Failure
    • 1. Check resevoir levels
    • 2. Scan units supplied by malfunctioning system
  8. Emergency Hydraulic Extension (Nose Gear)
    • 1. NLG emerg. extention valve - NLG EMER EXT position (valve approx. FS 260 left side)
    • 2. Operate AUX hydra. pump or hand pump
  9. Main Landing Gear Tiedown

    A. Primary method (both sets of struts)

    B. Secondary method (both sets of struts)

    C. With non-jet cargo onboard
    Emergency Tiedown Fixtures (If availiable)

    • A----6-25K chains 2-25K devices
    • ------2-10K chains 2-10K devices

    B----14-10K chains 6-10K devices

    C----tiedown any means possible.
  10. Cargo Door and Ramp System Failure:

    --A. release cargo door after normal procedures have failed:

    --B. If ramp locks fail to lock the ramp in the closed position:
    • 1. pull cargo door uplock manual release lever down
    • 2. after free fall, proceed with normal closing

    • 1. Check fluid level in AUX hyd. reservoir
    • 2. If low find leak and isolate
    • 3. If normal, turn aux pump off (direct front crew to turn pump off)
    • 4. Rotate knob clockwise to 4
    • 5. Turn pump on, ensure ramp closed
    • 6. Turn pump off
    • 7. Rotate knob to 5, turn pump on
    • 8. If locks engage and lights out, turn pump off
    • 9. Rotate knob to 6N
    • 10. If ramp locks still fail to engage, rotate knob to 4 operate hand pump til approx. 4,100 PSI
    • 11. Rotate to 5, hand pump til approx. 4,100 PSI
    • 12. If ramp locks still fail, ensure aux pump is off, rotate to 4 and turn pump on for rest of flight
    • --a.(do not pressurize A/C if ramp locks fail to lock)
  11. Cargo Jettison (Palletized) - Ramp Pallet

    -First Step

    1. Ramp Pallet
    A. Acknowledge pilot to prepare for Jettisoning

    • Ramp Pallet
    • 1. Remove all restraint securing load to ramp floor
    • 2. Open aft cargo door
    • 3. Station 1 crewmember, if avail., at each of the 2 ramp release handles
    • 4. lower cargo ramp
    • 5. Notify pilot "ready to Jettison"
    • 6. Pull L&R realease handles on command of P
    • 7. Notify P "load clear" or condition
  12. Cargo Jettison (Palletized) - Pallets on Cargo Floor

    -First Step

    -1. Pallets on Cargo Floor
    A. Acknowledge pilot to prepare for Jettisoning

    • Pallets on Cargo Floor
    • 1. Remove all restraint securing to floor (including vertical restraint flanges)
    • 2. Proceed to L&R hand master controls
    • 3. Notify pilot "load ready to Jettison"
    • 4. Pull RH Emerg. realease to Emerg. postition
    • 5. Unlock LH locks (single or all) on command of P
    • 6. Notify Pilot "load clear" or condition
    • 7. Remaining pallets jet. using steps 5 & 6
  13. Bailout Procedures

    B. Bailout exits: (order of preferance)
    • 1. Don exposure suit (as req.)
    • 2. Don life jacket (as req.), parachute, helmet, & gloves
    • 3. Open selected Bailout exits
    • 4. Evac. AC upon hearing signal

    • B-1. Cargo door only above 150 knots
    • ---2. Para doors below 150 knots with air deflector doors open
    • ---3. Crew entrence below 150 knots, gears up
  14. Emergency Signals:
    1. Bailout - Prepare to abandon AP & Bailout

    2. Landing Gear Retracted:
    a-Immediately after takeoff
    b-Crash landing imminent
    c-Brace for impact

    3. Abandon AP -

    4. Ditching - Prepare for ditching & brace for impact
    1. 3 short & 1 long

    2. a - 1 long---b - 6 short---c - 1 long

    3. 1 long

    4. 6 short & 1 long
  15. Landing Gear Retracted

    B. Nose gear retracted, main gear down
    • 1. brief pax as required
    • 2. shift cargo aft most CG computed for AP gross weight
    • 3. jettison defense system flares (if installed)
    • 4. stow or secure all loose equipment
    • 5. open & secure all overhead hatches & troop doors (wear and attach harness)
    • 6. turn off all unnecessary electrical equip.
    • 7. don helmet & gloves, take crash position
    • -----(pax behind cargo)
    • 8. complete stop, perform ground evac.
  16. Landing Gear Retracted

    C. Gear up landing
    • 1. Brief pax as required
    • 2. stow or secure loose equip.
    • 3. Jettison defense system flares (if loaded)
    • 4. consider jettisoning cargo
    • 5. open & secure all overhead hatches & troop doors (wear and attach harness)
    • 6. turn off all unnecessary electrical equip.
    • 7. Don helmet & gloves, take crash position
    • -----(pax behind cargo)
    • 8. comokete stop, perform ground evac.
  17. Ditching
    --A--Actions

    --B--Ditching Imminent (10 min.)

    --C--Provide

    --D--After Ditching
    • A-Acknowledge pilot
    • ---Brief Pax
    • ---Jettison cargo as directed by P
    • ---Close all doors and hatches. Remove all overhead hatches
    • ---Secure loose equipment
    • ---Don anti-exposure suit & life vest

    • B-Turn on emergency exit lights
    • ---Check Pax (behind cargo if possible)
    • ---Extend escape rope to nearest PAX
    • ---fasten seat belt (fwd -> para door)
    • ---notify pilot "Cabin Secure"

    • C-Flashlight
    • ---First-aid kit
    • ---Water cotainers

    • D-Pull life raft release handles (aft -> para door)
    • ---Ensure Pax have exited
    • ---Exit aft/center escape hatch, inflate life vest
    • ---Board life raft
    • ------with pax - assigned life raft
    • ------crew only - left inboard life raft
  18. Loose Platform Prior to green light
    • notify pilot
    • parachutists fwd/clear
    • emergency aft restraint
    • aft anchor cable supports - raised
    • clear ramp and door
    • platforms relocked/secured
    • malfunction check complete
    • perform completion of drop checks
  19. Extraction parachute fails to release mechanically or extraction chute falls on ramp or load fails to extract with chute outside airplane
    • EPJS - activated
    • Notify pilot
    • Parachutists fwd and clear
    • Emerg. aft restraint
    • Extraction line cut (if chute is outside aircraft)
    • aft anchor cable supports raised
    • Clear ramp and door
    • Platform relocked/secured
    • malfunction complete
    • perform completion of drop checks
  20. Multiple 28-Foot Extraction Parachutes Fail to Release/fall on ramp
    • notify pilot
    • parachutists fwd
    • aft anchor cable supports raised
    • clear ramp and door
    • platform relocked/secured
    • malfunction checks complete
    • perform completion of drop checks
  21. Load fail to extract with multiple 28-foot parachutes outside
    • ensure right rail control is in emerg.
    • notify pilot
    • parachutists fwd
    • simul handle full fwd position
    • if still fails notify pilot
  22. Heavy No Drop Procedures
    • Acknowledge "no drop"
    • raise aft anchor cable supports
    • clear to close ramp and door
    • restrain the platforms
    • perform completion of drop checks
  23. CDS - Gate fails to cut or load fails to exit
    • De-arm CDS switch
    • notify pilot
    • parachutists fwd/clear
    • aft anchor cable supports raised
    • clear ramp and door
    • secure load
    • malfunction checks complete
    • perform completion of drop check
  24. CDS No drop procedures
    • acknowledge "no drop"
    • de-arm cds switch
    • raise aft achor cable supports
    • clear ramp and door
    • secure load
    • perform completion of drop checks
  25. Towed Parachutist (Troop Door)
    • 1. jumpmaster notified
    • 2. pilot notified
    • 3. confirm red light
    • 4. pilot notified (released, indicates conscious, or unconscious)
    • 5. static lines
    • a. TPRS/5K strap (install chocker around all static lines immediately below static line snap hooks. install RAS around all static lines
    • b. fold in jump platform
    • b. use retriever winch
    • c. retrieve parachutist W- make sure parachutist doesn't slip back W - personnel should remain clear of door and line of travel of retriever cable
    • 6. status of parachutist
    • 7. malfunction checks complete
    • 8. completion of drop checks
  26. Towed Parachutist (Tailgate Exit)
    • 1. jumpmaster notified
    • 2. pilot notified
    • 3. confirm red light
    • 4. pilot notified (released, indicates conscious, or unconscious)
    • 5. Static-Line (if conscious first priority is to cut free) W - if iscillating stop rewind until stabilized W - last 5 feet are most crucial
    • a. Strap installed (thread front to rear around vertical support at 840 approx. 5 1/2 ft. above ramp. Attach hook end into strap and draw taut. route ratchet around other side and attach to tiedown ring fwd of 840. Ratchet taut) (AC w/ tiedown rings at 847 (waterline 208) attach hook end to wall tiedown ring same side as parachutist, hook facing fwd. attach ratch end opposite side. remove slack.) (pre-measure prioe to pre slowdown and excess strap taped.)
    • b. retrieve parachutist
    • 6. Status of parachutist (released/retrieved)
    • 7. malfunction checks
    • 8. completion of drop check

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