EMERGENCY PROCEDURES (SIMULATOR)
CHECKLISTS: Accurate and efficient completion of aircraft checklists.
SCAN: Instrument scan.
3. AIRCRAFT KNOWLEDGE: Knowledge of the T-2C aircraft through normal operation
of aircraft systems, and the detection and correct execution of procedures for aircraft
COMMUNICATIONS: Radio communications.
5. COCKPIT RESOURCES: Cockpit organizational skills: management of cockpit
equipment and controls, kneeboard documents, and the NATOPS Pilot's Pocket Checklist
6. CREW COORDINATION: Develop an understanding and method for handling
emergency procedures in a multi-crew aircraft.
7. SIMULATED FLIGHT: Indications and characteristics of emergencies in the 2F101 to
enhance follow-on radio and SUA simulator instruction.
202. EMERGENCY PROCEDURE STEPS DEFINED
Immediate Action Items (sometimes referred to as "bold-face" procedures). The NATOPS
PILOT'S POCKET CHECKLIST states: "All EP steps with asterisks (*) within this section are
immediate action items. These steps are required knowledge for all aircrew without reference to
the NATOPS POCKET CHECKLIST."
Deferred Action Items. EP steps without asterisks are deferred action items. Students are
expected to expeditiously locate, read aloud, and execute all deferred action items by reference to
the NATOPS Pilot's Pocket Checklist.
203. EXECUTION OF EMERGENCY PROCEDURES
Emergency procedures requiring only Immediate Action Items (such as a HOT START):
The student will:
Identify the emergency by announcing the title (HOT START).
Simultaneously recite and execute the Immediate Action Items.
State the NPPC page number and the title of the emergency procedure.
Read aloud and confirm completion of all immediate actions.
Report when checklist is complete (I.E: Hot Start Checklist Complete).
2-2 EMERGENCY PROCEDURES (SIMULATOR)