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CHAPTER FIVE
FLIGHT PROCEDURES
500.
INTRODUCTION - CONTACT FLIGHT TERMINOLOGY
240 KIAS / Clean
FAST CRUISE
Power as required (~80%)
200 KIAS / Clean
NORMAL CRUISE
Power as required (~54%)
150 KIAS/Clean
SLOW CRUISE
Power as required (~33%)
180 KIAS / Clean
NORMAL CLIMB
Max Power, 100% (8 Nose High)
200 KIAS / Clean
EN ROUTE DESCENT
Power 20% (Pitch 5 Nose Low)
120 KIAS / Gear Down, Flaps Up
DOWNWIND CONFIGURATION, or
Power as required (~31%) / 4 Nose High
NO-FLAP APPROACH CONFIGURATION
115 KIAS / Gear Down, Flaps TO
TAKEOFF FLAP APPROACH
Power as required (~34%) / 3 Nose High
CONFIGURATION
LANDING FLAP APPROACH
110 KIAS / Gear Down, Flaps LDG
CONFIGURATION
Power as required (~50%) / 1 Nose High
NOTE
Power settings are approximate and will vary with aircraft weight,
altitude, etc. Make corrections as needed. Throughout this
manual, when mandated by procedure to establish a specific power
setting (as in the Approach Turn Stall (15%), for example), setting
power within +3% is acceptable. The only exception is for
procedures that mandate a 4 to 6 percent power setting to simulate
the feathered condition.
501.
AREA ORIENTATION
Study well the airspace where you will be operating, specifically Area 1 of Alert Area 292 and
the individual areas within the Pensacola South Military Operating Area (MOA). Understand the
geographic boundaries and the operating altitudes. For all of your contact flights, you are
expected to remain within the horizontal and vertical boundaries of your assigned area, even if
that means modifying maneuver procedures to do so. For example, if during the long and
straight level speed change maneuver, you find yourself at an area border, executing a 180 turn
to keep from crossing the area boundary is not only acceptable, but expected.
FLIGHT PROCEDURES
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