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CHAPTER SIX
T-34C CONTACT
f.
Slow Flight Characteristics:
i.
Apply aileron, elevator, and rudder pressures and note the response.
ii.
Roll into shallow angle of bank turns while maintaining altitude. Note the
reduced effectiveness of the ailerons.
iii.
Execute a turn without rudder. Note adverse yaw. Try a coordinated turn.
g.
Power Application
i.
Level the wings and hold assigned altitude.
ii.
Apply max allowable power while maintaining nose attitude.
AOA will
decrease due to propwash and acceleration.
iii.
Below 120 KIAS, retract the gear and flaps. Turn landing lights off. Do not
retract the flaps if the airspeed is below 90 KIAS.
iv.
Accelerate to normal cruise on an assigned altitude.
v.
Retrim.
vi.
Turn autoignition off.
CAUTION
Rapid divergence to incipient stall/spin may occur if caution is not
observed in returning to 25-26 units AOA prior to full stall.
NOTE
Due to the length of time required to execute the above maneuvers,
exercise good judgment as to the necessity of additional clearing
turns between maneuvers.
4.
Common Errors
a.
Abrupt control movements.
b.
Failure to clear area during maneuver.
c.
Failure to maintain altitude.
d.
Failure to use adequate trim.
615.
POWER-OFF STALL (POS)
1.
Description. Stall the aircraft in a power-off condition to demonstrate the proper recovery
when no power is available.
6-24 FLIGHT PROCEDURES


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