T-45C TS, ADV & IUT EMFP-10
Operational and Landing Emergency Procedures
ANTI-SKID OR WHEEL BRAKE FAILURE
If you have indications of anti-skid or brake failure on a runway and arresting gear is available, you should
go around and perform an arrested landing.
PRACTICE EXERCISE 10
If there is no response when the brakes are applied after touchdown, you should immediately
__________ __________ and set up for a __________-field __________. If go-around is not
feasible, you should __________ your wheel brakes, set the ANTI-SKID switch to __________,
re-attempt __________, lower __________ __________ feet prior to __________ __________, and
__________ off if __________ the runway.
SWERVE AFTER TOUCHDOWN
Under most circumstances, it is not considered feasible to go around with a dragging or locked brake
when below approach idle power or when below 100 knots at full flaps (significantly higher speed applies
when landing with a reduced flap setting).
PRACTICE EXERCISE 11
If swerve after touchdown is encountered, the pilot's ability to keep the aircraft on the __________
is the critical factor in deciding whether to __________ __________ or stay on the deck. Without
__________, maximum __________ and __________ opposite the swerve may not keep the aircraft
on the runway. If go-around is not feasible or desired, place the throttle to __________ (if
departing the runway). If the aircraft begins to depart the runway, consideration to __________,
obstructions, and terrain should be given in deciding to eject or stay with the aircraft.