UJPT, E2-C2, ADV, & IUT EMFP-01
Start, Ground, and Takeoff Emergency Procedures
Question 2 -- 220.127.116.11.2.2
How should directional control be maintained in the event
of a nose wheel steering failure?
ANSWER: By using differential braking
Question 3 -- 18.104.22.168.3.2
What is the night signal for wheel brake failure?
ANSWER: Lights - BRIGHT & FLASH
III. Takeoff emergencies
Sg 3, fr 2
Situations requiring aborted takeoff 22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199
The decision to abort or to continue takeoff depends on
many variables, some of which are predetermined and
others of which are based on experience, feel, or reflex
to immediate events. No rule will fit every situation.
Sound judgment, knowledge of aircraft systems, and
adherence to preflight briefing, NATOPS, operating
regulations, and procedures will all play a part in
recognizing situations requiring an aborted takeoff.
There are many circumstances that may require aborting
a takeoff. Some of these circumstances are
warning light, trim failures, loss of oil pressure, fuel
transfer failures, smoke in the cockpit, abnormally slow
uncommanded swerving, and loss of canopy. Early
detection of an aircraft malfunction during takeoff roll is
of primary importance.
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