speed. As the aircraft slows through 100 KIAS, differential braking may be required to maintain directional
control. Since anti-skid will be off, aggressive braking will result in blowing the remaining good tire.
Additionally, smooth brake application is required to avoid pilot-induced directional oscillations. If rudder
inputs at touchdown are not sufficient to prevent a high-speed departure from the prepared runway sur-
face, ejection may be the only remaining option and the decision to eject should not be delayed.
NOTE: Rudder inputs to counter swerve should be applied without brake application. Since the anti-skid
system is off, any brake application at high speed increases the likelihood of a blown main tire.
See NATOPS for more information and procedures.