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CHAPTER FIVE
T-6A CONTACT
2.
Initiate a 15 AOB turn for 30 of heading change, and then reverse turn back to the base
heading using 15 AOB in the opposite direction.
3.
Initiate a 30 AOB turn for 90 of heading change, and then reverse turn back to the base
heading using 30 AOB in the opposite direction. Adjust nose attitude (Figure 5-7) to maintain
level flight, and increase power as required to maintain airspeed.
4.
Initiate a 45 AOB turn for 180 of heading change, and then reverse turn back to the base
heading using 45 AOB in the opposite direction. Adjust nose attitude (Figure 5-7) to maintain
level flight, and increase power as required to maintain airspeed.
5.
Roll out on the original heading. Maintain forward stick pressure to prevent the aircraft
from "ballooning" and trim nose down, as required.
6.
Reduce power to the normal/slow cruise power setting. Retrim as necessary to remove all
pressures from the flight controls and check the balance ball centered.
515.
LEVEL SPEED CHANGE
Level speed changes are taught to familiarize you with the various trim adjustments required with
changes in airspeed, power setting, and aircraft configuration.
The level speed change maneuver is commenced from any numbered heading (i.e. 030, 060, 090,
and so forth) and will normally be assigned by the Instructor Pilot (IP). If not assigned, begin on
the nearest numbered heading. The sequence is flown from normal cruise (200 KIAS) to the
downwind configuration (120 KIAS), to the landing flap approach configuration (110 KIAS),
and finally, back to normal cruise (200 KIAS). Due to the changing dynamics of each of these
transitions, maintain a sound outside visual scan pattern and instrument crosscheck. Concentrate
on proper trim use to relieve control pressures throughout the maneuver.
516.
LEVEL SPEED CHANGE PROCEDURES
1.
Establish the aircraft in the normal cruise configuration (200 KIAS) on any numbered
heading.
2.
Reduce power to idle. Trim for deceleration. When airspeed is below 150 KIAS, lower
landing gear handle.
3.
As airspeed approaches 120 KIAS, adjust power to ~31% to maintain 120 KIAS.
4.
Stabilize aircraft in the downwind configuration. Trim off control pressures.
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FLIGHT PROCEDURES


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