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T-34C CONTACT
CHAPTER EIGHT
b.
CLIMB at 100 KIAS, utilizing maximum allowable power (for the emergency).
NOTE
Anticipate immediate forward stick to maintain 100 KIAS should
total engine power be lost.
c.
Land gear and flaps - UP. CLEAN up the aircraft. Check airspeed below 120
KIAS and raise the gear and (if necessary) the flaps. Turn the landing lights OFF
and report "aircraft clean" to your instructor.
d.
Aircraft and engine instruments - CHECK. Conduct a systematic check of the
aircraft for secondary indications.
e.
DETERMINE - Verify the intended runway with the instructor.
f.
DELIVER the appropriate simulated radio report to your instructor. (For an actual
emergency, notify the tower/RDO of your situation/intentions on the UHF radio.)
g.
Continue the climb until within dead engine gliding distance of a low key position;
then REDUCE power to 205 ft-lbs., lower the nose to the 100-knot glide attitude
and retrim.
h.
LOWER the landing gear, REPORT the Landing Checklist and retrim for 100
KIAS. Turn the landing lights on.
i.
Arrive at low key with proper altitude and ⅔ wingtip distance.
j.
Make the appropriate radio call at low key.
k.
Complete the maneuver as in the last half of the PEL.
NOTE
Any time the aircraft is below profile, add power to maximum (for as
long as necessary to regain proper altitude). After the 90 position,
use momentary power as required to regain profile.
4.
Common Errors
a.
Excessive angle of bank, resulting in a close and high low key position.
b.
Not maintaining 100 KIAS in the climb.
c.
Failure to use power when low throughout the pattern.
d.
Overclimbing to low key, resulting in excessive altitude precluding a safe descent
profile to landing.
e.
Failure to complete the Landing Checklist prior to low key.
EMERGENCY PROCEDURES 8-19


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