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T-45A UJPT, E2-C2, ADV, & IUT Seat-01
Aeromedical Aspects of Emergency Egress (NACES)
IX. Emergency ground egress 1.8.1.10.4.2
Sg 9, fr 1
AEROMEDICAL ASPECTS OF
A.
Consider emergency ground egress when
EMERGENCY EGRESS
1.
Failure of the ejection system initiation
* Preflight safety checks
* Leg restraint line utilization
2.
Canopy is open when emergency arises
* Seat performance
3.
Collision with other aircraft or equipment
* Ejection injuries
* Seat operation
4.
Following barricade arrestment
* Factors in delayed ejection
* Ejection sequence
5.
Minor fires, fuel spills, smoke/fumes in
cockpit, not completely strapped in
* Parachute descent procedures
* Emergency ground egress
NOTE: This is a general NACES lecture -
refer to the T-45A NATOPS for approved
* NACES LRU-23/P Life Raft
emergency procedures for ground egress.
* SAR procedures
Sg 9, fr 2
Emergency Ground Egress
* Failure of the ejection system
initiation
* Canopy is open when
emergency arises
* Collision with other aircraft or
equipment
* Following barricade arrestment
* Minor fires, fuel spills, smoke/
fumes in cockpit, not completely
strapped in
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