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1. Turn in general direction of nearest suitable field. Locate field visually.
2. Climb or Accelerate - if a climb is needed, climb at 140 KKIAS to achieve Dead Engine Glide Distance
3. Clean - ensure aircraft is in a clean configuration
4. check - conduct a systematic check of the aircraft and instruments for additional signs of impending engine failure
5. B - Boost pump switch - as required
6. I - ignition switch as required
7. Plan - plan to intercept the ELP in the appropriate configuration and a minimum speed of 120 KIAS. the above considerations should lead to one of three decisions
a. intercept ELP at or above high key
b. intercept the ELP at a point other than high key with the appropriate configuration and airspeed
c. eject if it becomes clear that the aircraft cannot be safely recovered
8. determine duty runway
9. delver a simulated emergency coice report using the ISPI format over ICS to your instructor
10. reduce power to 4-% torque once DEGA is achieved
11. Lower landing gear NO LATER THAN high key
12. report on ICS before landing checklist and re trim for 120 KIAS
13. at high key turn toward low key position and make appropriate radio call IAW local SOP
14. approaching low key, arrive 2/3 wtd abeam the inteded point of landing, level wings momentairly to accurately check position abeam
15. at low key, set flaps TO and perform low key voice report IAW local SOP. LOWER FLAPS NO SOONER THAN LOW KEY
16. Continue to turn towards bse key, RRIVE AT 600-800 FT agl 120 kias
17. Check and report "gear down, flaps TO (or LDG as req.) speed brake retracted, before landing checklist complete"
18. When landing is assured, lower flaps to LDG
19. Use normal power corrections as req to make a safe and controlled landing
20. Decelerate toward 110 KIAS after rolling out on final, maintain 110 KIAS on final until commencing the landing transition. Make an ICS call IAW local SOP