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T-2C FLIGHT PROCEDURES
1.6.2.3. Complete all items on the 10,000 feet Checklist, but only report fuel transfer and cockpit
1.6.2.3.1. STUDENT "Good tip transfer, cabin pressure steady at 8,000."
1.6.2.4. Climbing through 18,000 feet, the altimeter is set to 2992 and reset.
1.6.2.4.1. STUDENT "Passing 18,000 feet, altimeter 2992, reset."
1.6.2.4.2. IP "Roger, 2992 and reset."
1.6.2.5. Descending through 18,000 feet set the altimeter to the local setting and back to the
standby mode.
1.6.2.5.1. STUDENT "Passing 18,000 feet, altimeter 3004, standby."
1.6.2.5.2. IP "Roger, 3004 and standby."
1.6.2.6. 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.
1.6.2.6.1. STUDENT "Passing 23,500 feet, engine anti-ice on/off."
1.6.2.7. Cruise Checks are conducted throughout the flight as time permits. The student reports
all four items on the first Cruise Check. During subsequent Cruise Checks, complete all items,
but only report the fuel status and aircraft position.
1.6.2.7.1. STUDENT "Fuel is 2.6 tips." We are on the Navy Pensacola 260 radial at 28
DME. BDHI is aligned and slaved. Volts, amps, and engine instruments look good.
1.6.2.8. During climbs and descents, good crew coordination dictates the student informs the IP
whenever the aircraft is 1000 feet prior to level off.
1.6.2.9. Prior to commencing an approach, the student completes the Penetration Checklist.
Every item on this checklist needs to be reported. Additionally, there are three C&R items. The
checklist is initiated after obtaining ATIS.
NOTE: If proceeding to a field that does not provide UHF ATIS, it is acceptable to continue the
Penetration Checklist and cover all items except weather, which is obtained on initial check-in
with the Approach controller.
1.6.2.9.1. STUDENT "Weather: The field is IFR, 1000 feet broken, visibility five
miles."
"BDHI is aligned and slaved."
"Pitot heat." (Challenge)
1.6.2.9.2. IP "On." (Reply)
1.6.2.9.3. STUDENT "Canopy defrost." (Challenge)
1.6.2.9.4. IP "Off." (Reply)
1.6.2.9.5. STUDENT "Altimeter, 3004, standby."
1.6.2.9.6. IP "Roger, 3004 and standby."
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