AFI 11-205 PDF

It provides guidance and proce- dures for standard Air Force cockpit and formation flight manuals. It applies to the operation of US Air Force aircraft flown by Air Force pilots, pilots of other services or countries, and civilian pilots. Cockpit Signals for Multiple Aircraft: 1. Voice is the primary method of communication between the pilot and other crew mem- bers.

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It provides guidance and proce- dures for standard Air Force cockpit and formation flight manuals. It applies to the operation of US Air Force aircraft flown by Air Force pilots, pilots of other services or countries, and civilian pilots. Cockpit Signals for Multiple Aircraft: 1. Voice is the primary method of communication between the pilot and other crew mem- bers. Hand Signals. Hand signals are another method of communication between aircraft. Use of hand signals are authorized if all flight crew members understand their meaning.

Night Visual Signals. Night visual signals should be used when an aircraft is in distress and unable to communicate using radios. Standard Signals for Formation Flight. Standard signals for formation flight are described in Attachment 1. Since the signals required may vary for different types of aircraft, only those signals used in most aircraft are standardized. These signals reduce radio communications and permit pilots to communicate with each other during periods of radio silence.

Use the radios if the situation permits, when time is critical, or the visual signals are creating confusion. Sun angle or sun glint on the canopy may make it impossible to either give or acknowledge a visual signal. With subdued helmets and gray or green gloves, most visual signals are more visible if given near the top of the canopy.

Attachment 1 includes preparatory signals if any and the executing signals. In-Flight Distress Signals: 3. The visual signals for distress described in Attachment 2 should only be used if the radio fails or cannot be used due to the situational environment.

Night visual signals are described in Attachment 3.

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Air Force Instruction 11-205

Voramar The AOA gage is marked with a white triangle at 4. Normal flap operation and indication are unavailable anytime: AFMAN fuel filler cap, wingtip If excess altitude is too great to dissipate with a slip, S-turn, or by lowering the afj early, one technique is to make degree turns prior to high key. The reduction gearbox RGB is driven by the power turbine, which is driven by hot gases from the gas generator section. Flap position is controlled by a three-position flap selector marked: When leading fingertip formation, limit maneuvering to knots minimum airspeed, approximately 90 degrees of bank, and 2 to 3 Gs. If excess altitude is too great to dissipate with a slip, S-turn, or by lowering the gear early, one technique is to make degree turns prior to high key. The PT6A engine is a reverse-flow design, with airflow entering the engine: What are the RCRs for dry, wet, and icy runway conditions respectively? While flying practice instrument approaches in VMC, if the pilot acknowledges reaching PWC minimums and states intentions to crewmembers, he may continue to published minimums.

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