UJPT, E2-C2, ADV, & IUT EMFP-07
Operational and Landing Emergency Procedures
Few aviators are defeated by an isolated emergency at cruising
altitude. It's when problems start ganging up and most of your
altitude is above you, that separate the pros from the statistics.
In this lesson, students will learn the emergency procedures for
malfunctions related to the landing gear, wheel brakes, the launch
bar, the arresting hook, and the anti-skid systems. Keep in mind
that although these malfunctions are presented separately, two or
more of them could occur at once.
This lesson will increase the students' ability to make the proper
decisions should they face one or more of these malfunctions.
This lesson presents emergency procedures for the following:
Landing gear/gear door malfunctions
Landing gear indicator failure
Wheel brake failure
Nose wheel steering failure
Launch bar malfunction
Arresting hook malfunction