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BWS part 2
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1. When performing a running landing determine a shallow approach angle that allows safe obstacle clearance to arrive at the intended point of landing. Once the approach angle is intercepted, adjust the collective as necessary to establish and maintain the angle. Maintain entry airspeed until apparent ground speed and rate of closure appear to be increasing, then _
adjust the cyclic to arrive at 40 KIAS at 50 feet AGL.
2. When performing a running landing maintain ground track alignment with the landing direction by maintaining the aircraft in trim above 50 feet AGL and aligning the aircraft with the landing direction below 50 feet AGL. Control the rate of descent not to exceed _____
300 FPM rate of decent at touchdown with the collective.
3. What is the NOTE associated with TASK 1065 Perform Running Landing?
Note. Units that are NOT equipped with the improved Brauer Aerospace full length skid-shoes will not touchdown to a hard surface for training.
4. What are the standards for the Rated Crewmember (RCM) for task 1070 Respond to Emergencies?
a. Analyze the situation - Identify the malfunction, determine the appropriate emergency procedure.
b. Take proper action - Perform or describe the appropriate immediate action procedures outlined in the RFM/CL.
c. Select a suitable landing area.
d. Assist in evacuating passengers to designated assembly area according to the crew briefing.
5. What is the NOTE associated with TASK 1070 Respond to Emergencies?
Note. In case of engine malfunction or if one engine must be brought to idle, 65 knots indicated airspeed (KIAS) will require the least amount of power.
6. When responding to Engine Failure at Low Altitude/Low Airspeed/Cruise Flight the P* will immediately announce
engine failure, adjust collective as necessary to maintain rotor in limits, immediately trim rotor to maximum while simultaneously adjusting cyclic to attain OEI flight, and maintaining aircraft trim with pedals.
7. Before reaching 200 feet AGL, ensure that a steady-state autorotation is attained. If it is not, abort the maneuver or execute a go-around. A steady-state autorotation means that:
(1) Rotor RPM is within limits.
(2) Aircraft is at the correct airspeed.
(3) Aircraft in trim.
(4) Aircraft is in a position to terminate at the intended landing area.
8. Multi-aircraft operations involve two or more aircraft flying together in _____
briefed formations or while performing combat maneuvers.
9. A team usually consists of two helicopters flying as lead and wingman. The wingman may fly to the left or right rear of the lead aircraft. When flying to lead's left rear, the wingman is flying in
echelon or staggered left.
10. Fixed formations are used when more control is required. The flight acts as one aircraft regardless of the number of aircraft in the flight, and the movements of lead are ____
mirrored throughout the flight.
11. Staggered is one of the most commonly used formations in Army aviation and is flown as a staggered right or staggered left. Each aircraft of the formation holds a position approximately 45 degrees astern of the aircraft to its front, alternating left and right. Chalk 2's position _____
determines if the formation is staggered right or staggered left.
12. The Line up, Taxi, and Take Off procedures describe the actions of team members in a formation flight. For a standard departure as a flight describe the technique that lead will use for takeoff:
Lead will take off and smoothly accelerate to 60 KIAS, climbing < 500fpm, and use ½ standard rate turns unless briefed otherwise.
13. All aircraft rotor disk separation is based on METT-TC considerations. Definitions for briefing purposes:
TIGHT: 1-2 disk seperation
CLOSE: 3-5 disk
LOOSE: 6-10 disk
EXTENDED: greater than 10
When the flight is formed, Trail will call "SADDLE, # of aircraft in flight and FENCE OUT" as a reminder to the formation. What does the term FENCE OUT mean?
Reminder for Battle Checks or Before Landing Checks.
W - Weapons armed / safe as required
A - ASE set as desired
I - IFF / Transponder mode on as briefed
L- Lighting as briefed
R - Recorder on
M - MPD / MFD / EDM configured
15. Ground based wires or towers are classified according to their height above the ground. Define:
Alpha: >100' Bravo: 50' - 100' Charlie: - 50"
16. LAND IMMEDIATELY
The urgency of landing is paramount. Primary consideration is to assure survival of the occupants. Landing in water, trees or other unsafe areas should be considered only as a last resort.
17. LAND AS SOON AS POSSIBLE (LAND ASAP)
Land without delay at the nearest adequate site (i.e. open field) at which a safe approach and landing can be made.
18. LAND AS SOON AS PRACTICABLE
The landing site and duration of flight are at the discretion of the pilot. Extended flight beyond the nearest approved landing area where appropriate assistance can be expected is not recommended.
19. A red warning light on the WARNING PANEL coming on together with a gong signal or dedicated audio signal indicates
an emergency condition requiring immediate corrective action
20. A caution indication on the CAD and two yellow master caution lights on the instrument panel indicate malfunction or failure conditions which do not require immediate crew action but the
possible need for future corrective action.
Which is required equipment for powered aircraft during VFR night flights?
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