JOINT ADVANCED MULTI-ENGINE T-44A
c. Adjust rudder pedals fully aft. Displace left pedal slightly forward and slide metal rod into
cylinder on right pedal. Push rod into cylinder enough to allow clearance to move left pedal back to
original position. Slide rod into cylinder on left pedal.
CP reports "Secure checklist complete."
In the simulator and the aircraft, emphasis is placed on proper handling of emergencies. Selected
emergency procedures (bordered by a black cross-hatched margin) can be found on the reverse side
of the normal checklist. Boxed items (* asterisked in the NATOPS Manual) must be committed to
memory. Daggered items require concurrence of both pilots before taking the required action.
The need for concurrence before switch or control lever actuation is paramount, since incorrect
action will most likely jeopardize safety to a greater degree. The P must announce intended action,
and then pause for the CP to concur, before manipulating a switch or control. Failure to follow this
sequence may result in fuel cutoff or prop feathering of the operating engine. Timely and correct
procedure execution, such as identifying "left" or "right" firewall valves, is essential for the safety of
the aircraft, crew, and passengers.
Practice engine shutdown procedures in the simulator, moving all related switches and valves as
Before securing an engine or immediately after an unexpected power loss, the "power up, rudder up,
clean up" technique may be utilized.
Utilize available power as required to maintain airspeed or prevent loss of airspeed.
Utilize rudder as required to stop the heading change and maintain balanced flight.
Trim out control pressures as time permits.
Raise gear and flaps as required.
Accomplish Execution of the Emergency Engine Shutdown Checklist in the following manner (the word simulate
will be used only during SSE training in the aircraft):