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T-34C CONTACT
CHAPTER SEVEN
c.
Raise the nose to climbing attitude and climb at 90 KIAS FF, 100 KIAS NF. Retrim.
NOTE
When the aircraft is under control, make a UHF transmission that
you are waving off.
d.
If flaps were lowered, when safely airborne, at or above 90 KIAS, with a positive rate
of climb, reduce PCL to 1015 ft-lbs., raise the flaps and then accelerate to 100 KIAS.
Retrim.
e.
Adjust your flight path, moving to either side of the runway if necessary, to avoid
conflicting traffic and to keep aircraft on the runway in sight. Comply with any
instructions given to you from the tower/RDO. If the waveoff was performed on final
or during the landing transition with no other aircraft on the runway, the waveoff may
be performed directly over the runway (unless prohibited by SOP).
f.
With interval, call crosswind to re-enter downwind or depart the pattern.
4.
Common Errors
a.
Failure to initiate waveoff early enough.
b.
Failure to advance PCL to full forward.
c.
Failure to establish aircraft in a positive rate of climb.
d.
Failure to maintain 100 KIAS.
e.
Forgetting to raise the flaps.
f.
Transmitting waveoff call prior to having aircraft under control.
g.
Failure to maintain solid lookout doctrine and keep other aircraft in the pattern in
sight.
711.
OUTLYING FIELD DEPARTURE
1.
Description. The outlying field departure (OFD) is a series of uniform procedures by
which aircraft depart the pattern.
2.
General. Departure from outlying fields shall be conducted in accordance with local
course rules. You are number one for departure when above 300 feet AGL, flaps up, and the
aircraft upwind has:
a.
Begun his crosswind turn.
b.
Raised his gear to depart.
c.
Conducted simulated low altitude power loss from the pattern.
NOTE
In order to depart, you do not have to be number one with interval,
but you must be number one upwind. There is a difference!
FLIGHT PROCEDURES 6-31


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