UNUSUAL ATTITUDE RECOVERIES
25. What is the procedure for performing nose-high upright recoveries?
a. Neutralize controls
b. Analyze and evaluate
Add MRT and retract the speed brakes
d. Apply forward stick pressure to maintain 5-10 units AOA
e. Lower nose to slightly below horizon
At minimum of 150 KIAS, level wings in shortest direction
g. Pull to horizon
h. Readjust power for normal flight
26. What is the first step in recovering from all unusual attitudes?
ANSWER: Neutralize controls.
27. Define the term neutral controls.
ANSWER: The stick and rudder are held centered.
PARTIAL PANEL UNUSUAL ATTITUDE RECOVERIES
28. What will be the only significant change when performing unusual attitudes partial panel?
ANSWER: The standby AI will be substituted for the ADI display.
29. Once the desired course has been set on the HSI display, how is the intercept heading determined for
an inbound TACAN/VOR double angle off the bow intercept?
ANSWER: Look from the desired course to the head of the bearing pointer and an equal number of
30. On the penetration checklist, what is the reason for checking the compass?
ANSWER: To ensure HSI display, ADI DISPLAY, and HUD agree with the standby compass.
31. What should the pilot communicate to approach control during a radar handoff?
a. Call sign
b. Assigned altitude
c. ATIS information (if received)
d. Approach request
32. On a VOR/DME approach, why should you start the clock at the FAF?
ANSWER: So you have a means of identifying the MAP in the event of DME failure.
33. On a VOR approach, why should you start the clock at the FAF?
ANSWER: The time from the FAF is the only means of identifying the MAP.