T-45C TS, ADV & IUT EMFP-09
Electrical and Indicator Emergency Procedures
Once all the Practice Phase elements have been successfully
completed, the student may elect to have the computer select
emergency situations at random for practice.
There are three major differences between the Practice Phase
and the Random Practice Phase.
In the Practice Phase, the emergency procedure is
identified in the header at the top of the screen. In
Random Practice the emergency is not identified.
At the completion of the Random Practice or when a step is
incorrect, the lesson will ask you to identify which
emergency procedure you are attempting.
Random Practice is not a lesson completion requirement.
It is an opportunity for you to test yourself at a higher level.
It is also an excellent means to review for a check flight
when the simulator is not available.
The goal of this lesson is to prepare you to correctly apply
procedures that lead to safe recovery should you confront
malfunctions in the following systems:
Centralized warning system (CWS)