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T-2C FLIGHT PROCEDURES
1.5.4. Additionally, upon crossing the Hold Short, it is the student's responsibility to ensure the
groove is clear and the IP places the strobes and transponder in the proper position (strobes on,
squawk normal for a single aircraft).
1.5.4.1. STUDENT "Groove is clear, check strobes on, squawk normal."
1.5.4.2. IP "Roger."
1.5.5. Once the aircraft is aligned on runway centerline, the student ensures the BDHI is aligned
and slaved. At military power, the student verifies all instruments are operating within limits and
all warning and caution lights are extinguished.
1.5.5.1. STUDENT "Warning and caution lights out, good PT-5, engine instruments look
good."
1.5.6. During T/O roll, the student monitors airspeed, engine instruments, warning and caution
lights, and the flap and trims indicators.
1.5.6.1. STUDENT "40 kts, trim and flaps holding."
1.5.6.2. STUDENT "75 kts." (Safe ejection airspeed)
1.5.6.3. STUDENT "100 kts." (Rotation speed)
1.5.7. After rotation, the IP initiates the raising of the gear and flaps without any student input
required. It is the student's responsibility to ensure both the gear and flaps are safely retracted.
1.5.7.1. STUDENT "Aircraft clean at 150 kts." (Report the airspeed at which the gear and flaps
indicated up)
1.5.8. The student contacts Departure.
1.5.8.1. STUDENT "Departure, RKT 204, airborne, passing 500 for 3000."
1.5.8.2. DEPARTURE "RKT 204, Pensacola Departure, radar contact."
1.6. DEPARTURE/ENROUTE
1.6.1. The student is responsible for all navigation and UHF communication throughout the
flight. Additionally, the student is encouraged to be aggressive and drive the conduct of the
flight as though he or she were the assigned MC.
1.6.2. Checklists
1.6.2.1. All Climbout Checklists are completed within 500 feet of the prescribed altitude (i.e.
2500 to 3500 feet for 3000 feet Checklist). Realize this is a guideline. If more pressing demands
require the student's attention, it is important to recall the general hierarchy of prioritization -
aviate, navigate, communicate, checklists.
1.6.2.2. The 3000 feet Checklist is challenge and reply.
1.6.2.2.1. STUDENT "Idle stop."
1.6.2.2.2. IP "Engaged."
1.6.2.2.3. STUDENT "Fuel transfer."
1.6.2.2.4. IP "Tips."
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