SECTION DAYTIME FLIGHT PROCEDURES--FLIGHT PROCEDURES
9. What is the crosswind limitation of the T-45?
ANSWER: As listed in NATOPS or SOP
10. During an interval takeoff, after the flight arrives in position on the runway, what does the
ANSWER: Passes the runup signal
11. During an interval takeoff, what does each pilot look for when inspecting the other aircraft?
a. No fluid pooling beneath aircraft
b. Tires properly inflated
c. Nose wheel straight
d. Launch bar up
e. Safety pins out
f. Flaps/slats set properly
g. Doors and panels secure
h. Stabilator set
i. Canopy down
12. During an interval takeoff, when does the wingman initiate the thumbs-up signal?
ANSWER: Immediately after checking the lead's aircraft
13. Why does the wingman wait no less than 7 seconds or as briefed before initiating the takeoff
roll during an interval takeoff?
ANSWER: To provide a safety margin in case the lead aborts
14. During an interval takeoff, if an abort is necessary, what is the best way to engage the
ANSWER: Perpendicular on centerline
15. In an aborting situation during an interval takeoff, why must the pilot immediately transmit his inten-
ANSWER: Safety of any following aircraft or to notify the lead
16. During a section takeoff, the receives a thumbs-up signal from the ______________ when ready
ANSWER: lead; wingman
17. During a section takeoff, if the lead aborts above 50 KIAS, the wingman ______ ANSWER: takes off
18. During a section takeoff, while rolling down the runway how do you maintain directional control?
ANSWER: Use the rudder