T-45C TS, ADV & IUT EMFP-03
Operational and Ejection Emergency Procedures
NOTE: The emergency procedures required by the following Practice Exercises are derived entirely from
Part V of the T-45C NATOPS.
NOTE: Procedural steps preceded by an asterisk (*) are considered immediate action items. You should
be able to accomplish these steps without reference to the checklist.
EJECTION SITUATIONS, REQUIREMENTS, CRITERIA/ENVELOPES, AND PROCEDURES
One important thing to remember when preparing for ejection is body positioning. Failure to be in the
proper position can result in injury due to high g forces.
PRACTICE EXERCISE 1
What are seven steps to remember when positioning your body for ejection?
PRACTICE EXERCISE 2
The most important thing to remember if attempting a low altitude ejection is to stop the________
________ prior to initiating ejection. Ejection seat trajectory is further improved if you ________
the aircraft prior to ejection.
PRACTICE EXERCISE 3
Even though the LPU is designed to inflate automatically upon contact with water, manual inflation
is the primary mode of operation. After parachute deployment over water, locate and pull the LPU
________ ________ down and straight out. If this fails to inflate the LPU, use the ________
________ tube. If necessary, squeeze the LPU waist lobes together to help release the collar lobe
or manually release the Velcro on the ________ ________. Failure to ________ the waist lobes
before water entry may result in face-down flotation.