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JOINT ADVANCED MULTI-ENGINE T-44A
e. BEACON (already on)
f. STROBE (on once taking the active runway for departure and off after exiting the active runway
upon landing)
21. TRANSPONDER
"SET" (P)
P depresses XPDR 1 button on MSU.
22. CONDITION LEVERS
"HIGH IDLE" (P)
P places both condition levers full forward and verifies 64-67% N1.
23. AUTOIGNITION SWITCHES
"ARMED" (CP)
CP reports "Takeoff Checklist complete." If not yet checked, P and CP check the left and right
wing/nacelle and report. When cleared for takeoff, set 70-80% N1, check engine instruments
normal, headings aligned with the runway, and no abnormal flags. Commence takeoff roll IAW the
FTI.
CLIMB CHECKLIST
The Climb Checklist is designed to check and set systems after takeoff, when safely established in a
climb. P should normally call for the appropriate Climb Checklist anytime after passing 1,000 feet
AGL when cockpit duties permit. P calls "Abbreviated Climb Checklist" if remaining in the local
area. If P calls "Abbreviated Climb Checklist," CP completes items 1 through 4. If P calls "Climb
Checklist," CP completes the entire checklist. Neither checklist is required if entering directly into
the home field bounce pattern or proceeding directly to and from Cabaniss.
1.
GEAR
"UP" (P)
P ensures gear handle up, light in gear handle out, and three green lights out.
2.
FLAPS
"UP" (P)
P ensures flap handle UP and flap indicator pointing UP. A visual check of flap position is not
required unless experiencing a malfunction.
3.
INSTRUMENTS/NACELLES
"CHECKED" (P, CP)
P checks engine and flight instruments, total and nacelle fuel quantities (return quantity switch to
TOTAL), and left wing and nacelle for fluid leaks, loose panels, and other discrepancies. CP also
checks engine and flight instruments, and the right wing and nacelle.
NOTE: Utilize ice lights for wing and nacelle checks at night.
4.
LIGHTS
"SET" (P)
P turns landing, taxi, and ice lights OFF.
NOTE: When departing at night and not performing Climb Checklist or Abbreviated Climb Checklist, secure ice
lights after takeoff, when cockpit duties permit.
CP reports "Abbreviated Climb Checklist complete" or continues with full checklist.
5.
AUTOFEATHER
"OFF" (P)
P selects autofeather OFF.
6.
"ON" or "OFF" (P)
P selects 1900 RPM on left and right props and fine-tunes the right prop for least prop noise, then
selects prop sync ON.
COCKPIT PROCEDURES
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