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CHAPTER TWENTY-TWO
T-34C OXYGEN SYSTEM
2200. INTRODUCTION
As student aviators, it is necessary for you to become familiar with the T-34C oxygen system.
You must also become familiar with the location and operation of various components and
controls. Knowledge of limitations and hazards is essential to conducting safe flight operations.
2201. LESSON TOPIC LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Terminal Objective
22.0  Upon completion of this chapter, the student will demonstrate knowledge of the T-34C
oxygen system characteristics.
Enabling Objectives
22.1  State the purpose and general description of the oxygen system used in the T-34C
aircraft.
22.2
Describe the location and purpose of the major components of the oxygen system.
22.3  Describe the location and purpose of the miscellaneous components of the oxygen
system.
22.4
State the location, purpose, and method of operation of the oxygen control "T" handle.
22.5  Explain the location, purpose, and method of operation of the components of the cockpit
regulator control panel.
22.6
Recall the safety precautions that must be observed when operating the oxygen system.
22.7
Describe the location, purpose, and method of operation of the high pressure relief valve.
22.8
State the precaution that must be observed to prevent regulator contamination.
T-34C OXYGEN SYSTEM 22-1


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