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CHAPTER TEN
CONTACT INSTRUCTOR MANEUVERS
1000. INTRODUCTION
This chapter is designed to provide supplemental information to T-6A Instructors Under Training
(IUT). It provides procedures and amplification to instructor-only items you will see during your
upgrade training as well as normal student contact maneuvers. Maneuver guidelines and
common student errors are provided. This chapter also includes some student demo-only
maneuvers, such as precision aerobatics. Note: students are not responsible for the information
in this chapter.
1001. GROUND OPERATIONS
Ejection seat and CFS safety is of utmost importance. You are responsible for the safety of your
student and nearby ground personnel. Be constantly vigilant that you and your student stow and
replace the safety pins in the right place at the right time per the NATOPS.
1002. CONTACT MANEUVERS
Bottom line: While instructing SNFO/SWSOs where the emphasis of the training is not on
developing hands-on flying skills, remain conservative and never allow procedural or basic air
work deviations to progress to something even remotely unsafe.
Takeoff Common Errors:
Failure to maintain directional control during takeoff roll through improper use of the rudder.
Not disengaging NWS.
Not assuming takeoff attitude at 85 KIAS.
Not relaxing back stick pressure as necessary to maintain takeoff attitude, hence over-rotating.
Pulling aircraft off the deck prematurely or over controlling.
Improper crosswind controls.
Failure to verbally report gear and flaps up, as appropriate.
NOTE
The T-6A is susceptible to crosswinds raising the upwind wing.
Do not allow the student to let a bad situation develop by not
maintaining aileron into the wind.
CONTACT INSTRUCTOR MANEUVERS
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