T-45C TS, ADV & IUT EMFP-05
Engine and Hydraulic Emergency Procedures
This lesson focuses on engine and hydraulic failures. A
substantial redundancy has been built into the T-45C to help get
your aircraft safely on the ground when malfunctions result in
emergencies involving these systems. The exercises in this
lesson will help you learn and apply appropriate procedures.
The goals of this lesson are to familiarize you with the engine and
hydraulic emergency procedures in the NATOPS and prepare you
for Emergency Procedure simulator events.
This lesson provides NATOPS exercises for emergency
procedures associated with the following systems:
This lesson is presented in three basic phases:
The student will be guided "hands-on" through the
emergency procedure with audio and on-screen text prompts.
Completion of the instruction for the procedure qualifies the
student to select that specific procedure from the Practice
The student may select any of the emergency procedures for
which he/she has completed the instruction phase of training.
The Practice session will identify the procedure being
practiced in the header at the top of the screen, but will not
tell the student which step to perform or how to perform it.
Practice sessions demand proper action in the proper
sequence. Feedback is given and the opportunity to attempt
the procedure again if an error is made. If desired, the
student may retake an instructional section.