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CHAPTER SEVENTEEN
CANOPY/COCKPIT FURNISHINGS
1700. INTRODUCTION
As student aviators, it is necessary for you to become familiar with the T-34C canopy and
cockpit furnishings. You must also become familiar with the location, and operation of various
components, both on the canopy and in the cockpit. Essential safety of flight items are only in
the front cockpit of the aircraft. Thorough knowledge of their operation may save your life.
1701. LESSON TOPIC LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Terminal Objective
17.0  Upon completion of this chapter, the student will demonstrate knowledge of the T-34C
canopy and cockpit furnishings.
Enabling Objectives
17.1
Identify the three sections of the canopy.
17.2
Identify the side of the aircraft used for normal entrance and egress.
17.3
Describe the normal operation of the canopy.
17.4
Identify the components of the canopy emergency release system.
17.5
Describe the operation of the canopy emergency release system.
17.6
Describe the method of adjusting the pilot's seat.
17.7  Identify the components of and describe the adjustment and operation of the restraint
harness.
17.8  State the location of the relief tube, first aid kit, Solo Flight Checklist, Landing Checklist,
instrument hood, map case, and clock.
CANOPY/COCKPIT FURNISHINGS 17-1


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