UJPT, E2-C2, ADV, & IUT EMFP-01
Start, Ground, and Takeoff Emergency Procedures
Demonstrate the hot brakes signal or have one of the students
demonstrate the signal.
When excessive braking has occurred (such as
after an aborted takeoff), or hot brakes are
suspected, notify the tower to alert the crash
crew and to inform other personnel to stand
clear. A dragging brake will also produce
excessive heat at the wheel. A badly dragging
brake could raise wheel temperatures to a point
where the fuse plug (324 degrees F) will melt
and deflate the tire. The time to reach peak
temperature may exceed 25 minutes.
(1) Stop aircraft in a remote area or as directed
by tower. Minimize use of brakes.
(2) Crash crew will check brakes and
determine if cooling fans are required. If
required, the aircraft will normally be shut
NOTE: Do not set the parking brake.
NOTE: If the aircrew elect to exit the
aircraft, they should remain clear of the
brake danger area by walking directly away
from the aircraft in the direction of the nose.
Nose wheel steering failure 220.127.116.11.2.2
Sg 2, fr 8, 9
Nose Wheel Steering
(1) MSTR ALERT light flashes and caution
(9-98) Change 1