A pilot checks the physical condition and latest modification techniques of an F-105D in the United States.
United States USA Date:1961 Duration:7 min 35 sec Sound:Yes
A pilot and his crew inspect a F-105D aircraft for flight safety in the United States. A pilot stands beside the aircraft. The first task is to assess the condition of prime areas of the airplane. The pilot checks the physical condition of the aircraft. He checks tires of the aircraft and angle of free movement. Access doors are secured. Hydraulic lines and cables and many other things are checked. Crew checks landing light, safety pin, gears are in good condition. Wing tip is inspected. Engine access door are secured. The bomb bay doors are in a good condition. Interior and exterior of the tail pipe is checked and a compartment door is secured. The pilot and the crew check the left side of the aircraft. The left wing is inspected. Heat exchangers are inspected. Top service inspection is done and canopy is checked: seat arm vest, ejection seat, safety pin are installed and whole sitting is inspected. Interior: Bomb bay door handle and various dials of controls in the cockpit are checked. Seat belt and oxygen mask are checked. The pilot dons a helmet. After the engine starts, the crew checks the hydraulic system. Every phase is checked for safe return of the pilot and the aircraft.
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