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FAMILIARIZATION FLIGHTS (FAMS)
CHAPTER FOUR
10K
Complete all items on the 10,000 Foot Checklist, but only report fuel transfer and cockpit
STUDENT: "Good tip transfer, cabin pressure steady at 8000."
18K
Climbing through 18,000 feet, the altimeter is set to 29.92 and norm.
STUDENT: "Altimeter 2992, norm."
IP: "Roger, 2992, norm."
Descending through 18,000 feet set the altimeter to the local setting and back to the standby
mode.
STUDENT: "Altimeter 3004, standby."
IP: "Roger, 3004 and standby."
23.5K
It is the student's responsibility to ensure engine anti-ice is turned on climbing through 23,500
feet and secured when descending back down through 23,500 feet. Realize, however, engine
anti-ice is turned on whenever weather dictates the potential for icing conditions exist.
STUDENT: "Engine anti-ice on/off."
413. CRUISE CHECKS
Cruise Checks will be conducted throughout the flight as time permits. Cruise checks should be
reported approximately every 15 minutes. The student will report all four items in accordance
with the T-2C student inflight guide on the first Cruise Check. During subsequent Cruise
Checks, complete all items, but only report the fuel status and aircraft position.
STUDENT: "Fuel is 2.6 tips. Nearest divert is Mobile Regional at our 10 o'clock for 5 miles.
BDHI is aligned and slaved. Volts, amps, and engine instruments check good."
AREA MANAGEMENT
Students will use crew coordination and effictive ICS comms to maintain the aircraft within their
assigned airspace using TACAN radial / DME cuts and /or ground references. Students will tell
the IP where they are and make a heading recommendations to effectively manage the airspace
FAMILIARIZATION FLIGHTS (FAMS)
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