UJPT, E2-C2, ADV, & IUT EMFP-01
Start, Ground, and Takeoff Emergency Procedures
Procedures - See NATOPS
These graphics show areas which could be damaged by a
blown tire. Have students explain how this damage will affect
the aircraft and flight safety.
A blown nose wheel tire may cause engine
FOD. A blown main gear tire may damage the
flaps, and/or brake lines. Any blown tire may
damage the gear doors or wheelwell
equipment. If the decision to stop is made, the
primary danger is loss of directional control. Do
not attempt to taxi.
CAUTION: Retraction of gear or flaps may
cause additional damage to flaps, gear
doors, or wheel well area.
NOTE: Do not taxi with a flat or damaged tire.
Which CWS indicators will activate when a nose
wheel steering failure occurs?
1. MSTR ALERT light flashes and caution tone sounds
2. NOSE WHL STR caution light illuminates
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