Ground Procedures during pre-flight inspection of a U.S. Navy T2J-1 Buckeye trainer aircraft.
United States USA Date:1960 Duration:3 min 58 sec Sound:Yes
Ground Procedures during pre-flight inspection of a U.S. Navy T2J-1 Buckeye trainer aircraft. T2J-1 Buckeyes parked at an air base. A pilot and an airman approach a plane. Three airmen talk. An airman shows the pilot special check points on the aircraft. Port side of the aircraft. He inspects the canopy air bottle gauge, tank oil fuel filler, and hydraulic filler gauge. They move forward and inspect the static pressure vent and baggage compartment latches. They inspect the nose wheel assembly and nose intake duct under the nose. They move around the nose to check for any fuselage damage and the equipment door on the starboards side. They inspect the starboard wing surfaces and check the wheel brake hydraulic level gauge. Inspection of the wing tip tank, side gauge, wing aileron, flaps, and the main landing gear including tires and brake discs. They further inspect the fuselage, tail pipe, turbine section, tail surface. The men move to the portside for further inspection.
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