T-45C TS, ADV & IUT EMFP-03
Operational and Ejection Emergency Procedures
AIRCRAFT CONTROL EMERGENCIES
PRACTICE EXERCISE 14
If you depart the aircraft from controlled flight you will perform these steps: *________ controls,
*________ the speed brakes, throttle smoothly to *________. Then monitor AOA, turn needle,
airspeed, and altitude. If an upright spin is confirmed, apply rudder *________turn needle, lateral
stick *________ turn needle (spin direction), and longitudinal stick *________. If recovery indicated
or airspeed increasing through 160 kts, lateral stick - *_____________. When recovery indicated,
rudder - SLOWLY RELEASE PEDAL FORCE. If aircraft is out of control passing 10,000 ft AGL,
PRACTICE EXERCISE 15
While on approach you have a midair collision with a large bird. You see damage to the port slat,
but have no WCP indications. You are VFR with adequate fuel and near home base. Based on
your experience, you should perform a ________ ________.
Climb as required, maintaining ________ ________ and proceed toward point of intended
When possible, obtain a ________ ________ by another aircraft to assist in evaluating the
Slow the aircraft to ________ knots in ________ knot increments.
Landing gear - ________
Slow the aircraft in ________ knot increments; slow to an airspeed at which controllability
starts to become marginal (no slower than ________ ________). Increase airspeed ________
knots and use as a minimum airspeed for the duration of the flight.
Since you have damage to the slat area but no damage in the flap area, you should consider a
________ ________, ________ ________, or a ________ ________ landing. Flap extension is at
your discretion if minimum airspeed is too high for landing.
Field arrested landing recommended. Shipboard landing ________ ________.
PRACTICE EXERCISE 16
In the event that an aircraft mishap occurs beyond the control boundaries of an airport, you must
know the hierarchy of responsibility for initial coordination of the search and rescue effort. Who
are these individuals in order of seniority?