Normal operating procedures including start, take off, stall and landing of the U.S. Navy T2V-1 SeaStar.
United States USA Date:1958 Duration:5 min 33 sec Sound:Yes
Normal operating procedures including start, take off, stall and landing of the U.S. Navy T2V-1 SeaStar. Start: The plane on the runway. A crewman arrives with the air impingement car. He inserts the pipe into the air impingement inlet. The crewman gives a signal when the air impingement hole is secure. The pilot adjusts the battery operator switch and turns on the ignition. He moves the throttle to ignite and then to idle position. The exhaust gas temperature gauge. The pilot signals the crewman to disconnect the air impingement starter and adjusts the instrument power switch. Post-start Cockpit Check: The pilot checks the RMI for alignment, adjusts S2 compass controller, annunciator panel touch button, fire detector test switch, fuel quantity indicator button. He checks the communication, navigational, annunciator and left panel. He goes through the take off check list, moves the plane into position, advances throttle, inspects the tachometer, exhaust temperature, releases brake and taxis to the end of the runway. The plane taxis, pilot applies brake and rudder control and takes off. He raises the nose wheel, retracts the landing gear and flaps after take off. The plane in flight over clouds. Stall occurs. The attack angle gauge. Landing procedure: View of the runway. The pilot begins the let down, reduces power, extends the brake, lowers landing gear and flaps, and continues to reduce speed. Diagram of the runway depicting approach. The plane approaches the runway, touches down and lands.
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