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T-2C FLIGHT PROCEDURES
1.7.2.1. On any instrument approach, it is the student's responsibility to inform the IP when it is
appropriate to transition to the landing configuration. On a precision or surveillance approach
(PAR/ASR), this occurs when the aircraft is within 10 NM of the field and 30 of runway
heading.
1.7.2.1.1. STUDENT "Slow to gear speed."
1.7.2.2. The IP ensures the gear and flaps are lowered as the aircraft decelerates through 165 kts.
The student initiates the Landing Checklist after three down-and-locked is observed on the
landing gear indicator. On a radar approach, the speedbrakes remain retracted until the aircraft
begins its final descent upon intercepting glideslope. The student proceeds through the entire
Landing Checklist; yet recognizes it is not complete until the speedbrakes are extended.
STUDENT
IP
"Fuel transfer."
"Off."
"Landing gear."
"Three down-and-locked."
"Flaps."
"One-half/full."
"Hook."
"Up."
"Harness."
"Locked."
"Speedbrakes."
"In."
"Brakes."
"Pumped firm."
"AOA is 110 kts."
"Landing light."
"Off."
1.7.2.3. Once glideslope is intercepted, the speedbrakes are extended and the Landing Checklist
completed.
1.7.2.3.1. STUDENT "Speedbrakes."
1.7.2.3.2. IP "Out."
1.7.2.3.3. STUDENT "Landing Checklist complete."
1.7.3. TACAN Approach
1.7.3.1. On a TACAN approach, transition to the landing configuration occurs when the aircraft
is within 5-7 NM of the FAF. As with a radar approach, the speedbrakes remain retracted until
the aircraft begins its final descent at the FAF. Therefore, the student treats the Landing
Checklist in a manner similar to a GCA.
1.8. POST LANDING
1.8.1. The IP raises the canopy as the aircraft is clearing the runway.
1.8.1.1. IP "Canopy's coming up."
1.8.1.2. STUDENT "Clear."
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