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CHAPTER SIX
T-34C CONTACT
4.
Common Errors
a.
Cruise to a Climb
i.
Not concentrating on horizon and remaining scan. Use your peripheral vision.
ii.
Not trimming as airspeed slows.
iii.
Overcorrecting nose attitude for airspeed error. If the aircraft is off airspeed,
check torque at max allowable, readjust the nose and retrim.
iv.
Not performing clearing turns (when required).
b.
Climb to Cruise
i.
Lowering the nose to the level flight attitude immediately instead of
TOWARDS the level flight attitude. Remember, the airspeed is still slow.
ii.
Not trimming during the transition.
c.
Cruise to an Enroute Descent
i.
Rushing.
ii.
Not trimming properly.
iii.
Not performing clearing turns (when required).
iv.
Not setting/holding sufficient nose down, thereby getting slow.
d.
Enroute Descent to Cruise
i.
Moving nose first. Remember P.A.T.
ii.
Under-trimming the nose and continuing in a descent.
610.
CONSTANT ANGLE OF BANK TURNS
1.
Description. Turn the aircraft using a constant angle of bank to an assigned heading while
maintaining altitude and airspeed.
2.
General. When you perform constant angle of bank turns (CABT), your instructor will
state the desired angle of bank and rollout heading. Before commencing any turn, look in the
direction of the turn to ascertain that the area is clear of clouds or other aircraft. If clear,
commence the turn. Throughout this maneuver, a rapid and consistent scan pattern is a necessity.
During the turn, continue to check the area clear, check the aircraft attitude with the horizon,
then crosscheck the nose attitude with the altimeter and VSI and the angle of bank with the
attitude gyro. Correct the visual attitude as necessary, while periodically cross-checking the
RMI for turn progress and the airspeed for power required.
6-16 FLIGHT PROCEDURES


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