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EMERGENCY PROCEDURES (SIMULATOR)
CHAPTER TWO
6.
Read aloud all notes, cautions, and warnings.
Emergency procedures requiring a mix of Immediate Action Items and Deferred Action
Items (such as an CANOPY LIGHT IN FLIGHT). The student will:
1.
Identify the emergency by announcing the title (CANOPY LIGHT IN FLIGHT).
2.
Simultaneously, recite and execute the Immediate Action Items.
3.
State the NPPC page number of the emergency procedure.
4.
Read aloud and confirm completion of all immediate actions.
5.
Read aloud and execute the Deferred Action Items.
6.
Report when checklist is complete (I.E: Canopy Light In Flight Checklist Complete).
7.
Read all notes, cautions, and warnings aloud.
Emergency procedures requiring only Deferred Action Items (i.e., LOW OIL PRESSURE).
The student will:
1.
Identify the emergency by announcing the title (LOW OIL PRESSURE).
2.
State the NPPC page number and title of the emergency procedure.
3.
Read aloud and execute the Deferred Action Items.
4.
Report when checklist is complete (i.e., Low Oil Pressure Checklist Complete).
5.
Read aloud all notes, cautions, and warnings.
NOTE
During EP events students are acting as a solo pilot. Therefore, the
SNFO will recite and execute the emergency actions. During the
SUA event and in the T-2C the student will recite actions to the
instructor and confirm their completion.
PERFORMING AS A SOLO PILOT AND INSTRUCTOR USE OF SIMULATOR
"FREEZE."
It is recognized that significant cockpit workloads may result while simultaneously controlling
the 2F101 and consulting the NPPC. Simulator Instructors may, at their discretion, "FREEZE"
the 2F101 or use other rescue techniques if necessary to assure successful completion of a
EMERGENCY PROCEDURES (SIMULATOR) 2-3


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