Out-of-Control Syllabus Maneuvers
OUT-OF-CONTROL SYLLABUS MANEUVERS
You will perform a clearing turn immediately prior to each maneuver since you will lose considerable
altitude in the departure.
You will complete the following checklist prior to the first departure.
1. Stall/aero checklist - complete
2. Lap belts - tighten
3. Helmet visor - tighten down
4. Rudder pedals - adjust aft for full throw
5. Shoulder harness - locked
6. Landing gear, flaps/slats - up, speed brakes - retracted
7. BATT switches - on
8. CONTR AUG - SBI
9. Turn needle, airspeed, AOA - check operation
10. ICS - hot mic
After you return the aircraft to wings level after each of the following maneuvers, check that the oil pres-
sure warning light is out before adding power. It is possible that, during gyrations, the oil may cavitate out
of the pump, and oil pressure may drop to zero. If all engine instruments are indicating normally, add
power. When you recover from the last departure, complete the following post-departure checklist:
1. CONTR AUG - all
After the last maneuver, you will most likely have to realign the navigation instruments. After landing, make
a careful post-flight inspection of the aircraft. Look for popped rivets, loose or missing screws and fasten-
ers, and wrinkled or cracked skinplacing emphasis on the empennage area.