What are the lost comm time intervals in an ASR?
ANSWER: 60 seconds in pattern, 15 seconds on final
PROCEDURES/SCAN TECHNIQUES FOR PERFORMING MISSED APPROACH
When is a missed approach required?
1. MAP or DH reached without visual contact with runway environment
2. Safe landing not possible
3. Directed by tower
STALLS AND UNUSUAL ATTITUDES/STALLS ON INSTRUMENTS
What is the procedure when the wing drops off during a clean stall?
ANSWER: Add MRT and lower the nose to attain 20-21 units AOA and level wings.
What is the minimum altitude (AGL) to begin all stalls?
ANSWER: 10,000 ft
What is the configuration for dirty stall entry?
ANSWER: Gear down, flaps/slats down, speed brakes out
UNUSUAL ATTITUDE RECOVERIES
What is the procedure for performing nose-high upright recoveries?
1. Neutralize controls
2. Analyze and evaluate
3. Add MRT and retract the speed brakes
4. Apply forward stick pressure to maintain 5-10 units AOA
5. Lower nose to slightly below horizon
6. At minimum of 150 KIAS level wings in shortest direction
7. Pull to horizon
8. Readjust power for normal flight
What is the first step in recovering from all unusual attitudes?
ANSWER: Neutralize controls
Define the term neutral controls.
ANSWER: The stick and rudder held centered