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T-34C CONTACT
CHAPTER EIGHT
l.
CONTINUE the turn towards the 90-degree position. Vary angle of bank as
necessary to arrive at a proper 90-degree position (600-800 feet AGL, 100
KIAS).
m.
LOWER full flaps (winds and emergency permitting) when the field is made (but
no sooner than low key).
NOTE
If the aircraft is below profile between high key and the 90 position,
add power to max allowable to regain altitude.  After the 90
position, use momentary power as required. Once on the profile
again, reduce power to 205 ft-lbs. and lower flaps.
If the aircraft is above profile between high key and the 90 position,
a slip is the preferable method of losing excess altitude. After the
90 position, a slip and/or a power reduction may be used at the
pilot's discretion.
n.
Check and report, "Gear down, flaps up/down, Landing Checklist complete."
o.
DECELERATE towards 90 KIAS FF/95 KIAS NF from the 90 to final.
Maintain 90/95 KIAS on final until commencing the landing transition.
p.
Upon rolling wings level on final, report, "Gear down, paddles checked."
q.
Reduce power to idle for the transition to touchdown at the intended
point of landing.
NOTES
1.
Touchdown is made on the main gear, then the nosewheel is
gently lowered as in a normal landing. The descent to final will
generally be at a greater rate than for normal touch-and-go. Adjust
nose attitude and power in the flare to transition to a normal landing.
If making a full stop, apply BETA and braking commensurate with
runway remaining. Should insufficient runway remaining preclude a
full stop before going off the runway, execute a waveoff if in the
pilot's judgment the engine will continue to develop sufficient power
to obtain a low key position for another attempt. If the pilot feels
that the engine is not reliable for another attempt, utilize NATOPS
ABORTED TAKEOFF PROCEDURES.
If at a tower-controlled field, clearance to land must be obtained
from the tower prior to landing.
PPEL/PEL traffic has priority (to land) over touch-and-go traffic.
Touch and-go traffic will wave off if in conflict with PPEL/PEL
traffic.
EMERGENCY PROCEDURES 8-17


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