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CHAPTER SEVEN
T-34C CONTACT
b.
Roll-out
i.
Smoothly lower the nose to the ground.
ii.
Maintain directional control using rudders only.
c.
Full-Stop Landing
i.
Smoothly move the PCL to full BETA for deceleration.
ii.
Augment rudder with light brake pressure only when full rudder deflection is
inadequate.
iii.
Use even brake pressure to continue deceleration to taxi speed.
iv.
At taxi speed turn off the runway in accordance with SOP.
d.
Touch-and-Go Landing
i.
Move PCL to full forward. As power becomes available following engine
spool-up, apply right rudder and raise the nose to the takeoff attitude.
ii.
Execute a normal takeoff, climb out at 90/100 KIAS.
iii.
Retrim.
iv.
When safely airborne (90 KIAS with a positive rate of climb) reset 1015 ft­lbs.,
raise the flaps and accelerate to 100 KIAS (if required) while maintaining the
same climb attitude.
v.
Retrim in the 100-KIAS climb attitude.
vi.
Number one with interval, make crosswind call on the UHF (if required).
vii. Turn crosswind using a maximum of 30° AOB.
viii. Fifty feet prior to pattern altitude, transition to level flight by:
(a)
Reducing power to 500-550 ft-lbs. torque.
(b)
Lowering nose to maintain 100 KIAS downwind.
(c)
Retrim.
4.
Common Errors
a.
Uncoordinated transition with power reduction and nose attitude, resulting in a rapid
or late flare.
b.
Landing prior to the wheels watch, RDO, etc.
c.
Floating, ballooning, bouncing and full-stall landings.
d.
Excessive sink rate due to excessive power reduction (possibly caused by the flat
pitch of the prop at lower power otherwise known as the "bucket.")
e.
Not checking the paddles and landing gear after intercepting the landing line.
f.
Not executing a waveoff for any unsafe condition.
7-22 LANDING PROCEDURES


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