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NAVAIR 01-40AVD-1B

NATOPS PILOT'S
POCKET CHECKLIST
TA-4F/J
AIRCRAFT

ISSUED BY AUTHORITY OF THE CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS


AND UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE COMMANDER,
NAVAL AIR SYSTEMS COMMAND

1 APRIL 1972
Changed 1 May 1978
NAVAIR 01·40AVD·1B

Reproduction for nonmilitary use of the information or illustration. ron·


tained in this publication is not permitted without specific approval of the
Commander, Naval Air Systems Command.
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Changed 1 May 1978
NAVAIR Ol-40AVD-18

\II INTERIM CHANGE SUMMARY III


TAKEOFF PRESSURE/FUEL CONTROL CHART
The following Inlerim Changel have been canceled or previoully
incorporated in thb manual; J52-P·8A ENGINE
J52-P-6A ENGINE FUEL CONTROL (JFC-25-3)
FUEL CONTROL P&W PIN 571058 HAM. STO.
INTERIM
REMARKS/PURPOSE (JFC·25-3) PIL 706644 & SUBS.
CHANGE NUMBER(SI
AMB AMB MAXA AMB AMB MAXA
I thru 18 EPR' EPR'
Previoully Incorporated TEMPoC TEMP OF RPM DROP TEMP 0C TEMpoF RPM DROP
@l8S%" @8S%
50 120
-2.0 -3.0
110 110
The following Interim Changel have been incorparated in thil Change/Revilion: -2.5 -3.5
40
INTERIM
100 100 -4.0
CHANGE NUMBER
REMARKS/PURPOSE -3.0
90 -3.5 90 -4.5
_. 80 -4.0
30
80 -5.0
-4.5 -5.5
70 70
2 20 -6.0
-5.0
60 60
-5.5 -6.5
50 10 50 -7.0
-6.0
40 40 -7.5
-6.5
30 -7.0 30 -8.0
-7.5 -8.5
20 20
-8.0 -9.0
Interim Chang.s Outstanding - To be maIntained by the custodian of thll manual. 10 -8.5 10 -9.5

INTERIM ORIGINATOR/DATE PAGES 0 -9.0 0 -10.0


REMARKS/PURPOSE
CHANGE NUMBER (or DATE/TIME GROUPI AFfeCTED
-10 -9.5 -10 -10.5
-11.0
2.60 -10.0
-20

-30 30

TA-4F/TA-4J TA-4F

• PROVIDES A MINIMUM OF 97% INSTALLED MILITARY THRUST


TA'9-4CA
•• DURING MANUAL FUEL CHECK NS/1'

B Changed 1 May 1978 Changed 1 May 1978 c


AIRCRAFT DRAG INDEX - 61
WEIGHT (LESS FUEl) -12,816 POUNDS
All PYlONS, GUNS (NO AMMO), AND
TWO 300·GAllON EXTERNAL TANKS
TAKEOFF PRESSURE/FUEl CONTROL CHART RESERVE FUEL FOR LANDING - 800 POUNDS
MODEL: TA-4F
MODEL: TA-4F DATA AS OF: 1 MAY 1972
FUEL CONTROL IJFC·26·3)
ENGINE: J62·P·88
P & W PIN 671058 HAM STD
ENGINE: JSZ·P-8A/B DATA BASIS; FLIGHT TEST (NAVY)
PIN 706644 AND SUBS. IF YOU ARE AT IF YOU ARE AT
AMB AMB MAX A SEA LEVEL 10,000 FEET
EPR'
TEMP oc TEMPOf RPM OROP RAIIGE AT: OPTIMUM RAIIGE AT: OPTIMUM
@85% SEA OPTIMUM CRUISE 10,000 OPTIMUM CRUISE
50 LEVEL ALTITUDE AlTITUDE fEET ALTITUDE ALTITUDE
2.20 120 11M 11M fEET 11M 11M FEET
-3.0 2700 208 402 35,000 281 425 35,000
45
110 2500 186 358 35,000 253 381 35,000
-3.5 In
40 Q 2300 165 313 35000 225 337 35,000
100 -4.0 Z 2100 143 268 35,000 197 292 35.000
~
35 2.35 0 1900 121 223 35,000 168 246 35000
90 -4.5 A- 1700 99 177 35,000 140 200 35.000
30 2.40 I 1500 77 130 35,000 111 153 35,000
80 -5.0 Q 1300 55 83 30000 83 106 35,000
25 a.: 1100 33 44 15,000 54 61
< 25000
2.45 -5.5
70 0 IF YOU ARE AT If YOU ARE AT
20 CD
20,000 FEET 35,000 FEET
-6.0
2.50 60 Z RAIIGE AT: OPTIMUM RAIIGE AT: OPTIMUM
15 0 20,000 OPTIMUM CRUISE 35,000 OPTIMUM CRUISE

10 50
-6.5
... fEET
11M
ALTITUDE
11M
ALTITUDE
FEET
FEET
11M
ALTITUDE
11M
ALTITUDE
FEET

5
2.55 -7.0 ...
&II
~ 2700
2500
372
335
448
403
35.000
35000
473
429
473
429
35.000
35,000
40 -7.5 2300 299 359 35,000 385 385 35,000
2100 262 314 35,000 340 340 35000
0 30 -8.0
2.60 1900 226 269 35,000 294 294 35,000
-5 -8.5 1700 189 222 35,000 248 248 35,000
20 1500 151 176 35,000 201 201 35,000
-10 -9.0 1300 114 129 35,000 154 154 35,000
2.65 10 1100 76 81 35,000 106 106 35,000
-9.5
-15 PRESSURE CLIMB SPEED CRUISE
DESCEIIT SPEED
EIIGIIIE IDlE-
START LETDOWII
fROM AlTITUDE
0 -10.0 ALTITUDE MILITARY THRUST SPEED SPEEDBRAKES WITH FUEL/OISTANC!
-20 ClOSiO REMAINING
2.70 -10.5 FEET IICAS MaCH liD. KCAS lIeAS POUNOS/NM
-10 SEA LEVEL 310 270 190 800/0
-25 -11.0 5000 310 265 190 823/7
-30 -20 -11.5 10,000 310 260 190 839/1 5
2.75 15,000 310 260 190 853/23
20.000 310 260 190 867/32
• PROVIDES A MINIMUM OF 97% INSTALLED MILITARY THRUST 25,000 0.71 255 190 880/40
" DURING MANUAL FUEL CHECK TA,a...uA
Nsna 30000 0.71 240 190 892/49
35,000 0.71 225 190 904/59
40,000 0.71 215 190 916/69

Bingo Range fP·8AIBI

o Changed 1 May 1918 Changed 1 May 1976


. ." " " ~~ 'N:::R ~OA~8" " ~ '" ~ ,

AIRCRAFT DRAG INDEX-SO


WEIGHT (LESS fUEl) -12,345 POUNDS AIRCRAFT DRAG INDEX - 61
fiVE PYlONS, GUNS, AND TWO 300-GALLON EXTERNAL TANKS WEIGHT (LESS FUEL) - 12,816 POUNDS
INCLUDES 800 POUNDS RESERVE FUEl FOR LANDING ALL PYlONS, GUNS (NO AMMO), AND
TWO 300-GALLON EXTERNAL TANKS
MODEL: TA-4F/TA-4J RESERVE FUEL FOR LANDING - 800 POUNDS
ENGINE: J52·P·6A MODEL: TA·4F DATA AS OF: 1 MAY 1972
IF YOU ARE AT If YOU ARE AT ENGINE: J52-P·SA/B DATA BASIS: FLIGHT TEST (NAVY)
SEA LEVEL 10,000 FEET If YOU ARE AT " YOU ARE AT
SEA LEVEL 10,000 FEET
RANGE RANGE KCAS RANGE RANGE KCAS
AT OPTIMUM AT AT AT OPTIMUM AT AT ENDURANCE AT: OPTIMUM ENDURANCE AT: OPTIMUM
SEA ALTITUDE OPTIMUM OPTIMUM 10.000 ALTITUDE OPTIMUM OPTlM~~ SEA OPTIMUM ENDURANCE 10,000 OPTIMUM ENDURANCE
LEVEL ALTITUDE ALTITUDE fEET ALTITUDE ALliTUD LEVEL ALTITUDE ALTITUDE fEET ALTITUDE ALTITUDE
MINUTES MIfIUTES fEET MINUTES MINUTES fEET
NMI FEET HMI KNOTS HMI FEEl HMI KNOTS
2700 56 72 30,000 68 75 30,000
2700 201 40,000 402 220 278 40000 428 220 2500 50 64 30,000 61 6.8 30,000
\I)
2500 180 40,000 357 220 250 40,000 383 220 Q 2300 45 57 30,000 55 61 30,000
\I) 2300 159 40,000 312 220 222 40,000 338 220 Z 2100 39 49 30,000 48 5;1 30,000
Q ~
2100 138 40,000 265 220 195 40,000 291 220 1900 33 42 30,000 41 45 30,000
Z 0
~ 1900 117 40,000 218 220 167 40,000 244 220 A- 1700 27 34 30,000 35 38 30,000
0 1700 96 40,000 171 220 139 40,000 196 220 I 1500 21 26 30,000 28 30 30,000
A-
1500 7S 35,000 122 230 111 40,000 147 220 Q 1300 15 20,000
I 1300 54 25000 79 235 83 35,000 99 230 I¥
18 21 22 20,000
Q 1100 9 11 15,000 14 14 13,000
III:
<
1100 32 15,000 4S 240 5S 20,000 60 235
""ra0 IF YOU ARE AT
20,000 FEET
If YOU ARE AT
35,000 fEET
0 IF YOU ARE AT If YOU ARE AT
= 20,000 FEET 35,000 FEET Z
0
ENDURANCE AT:
20,000 OPTIMUM
OPTIMUM
ENDURANCE
ENDURANCE AT:
35.000 OPTIMUM
OPTIMUM
ENDURANCE
Z
0 RANGE
AT OPTIMUM
RANGE
AT
KCAS RANGE
AT AT OPTIMUM
RANGE
AT
KCAS
AT
...
w
FEET ALTITUDE
IIIIIUTES MIIIUTES
ALTITUDE
fEET
FEET ALTITUDE
MINUTES MINUTES
ALtITUDE
FEET
...... 20.000
fEET
AlTITUDE OPTIMUM OPTIMUM 35.000
ALTITUDE ALTITUDE fEU
AlTITUDE
~mruUD~ ~mrU~~ ...
:;:) 2700
2500
78
71
79
72
30,000
30,000
83
76
84
77
30,000
30,000
::;)
II. NMI fEET NMI KNOTS NMI FEET NMI KNOTS 2300 64 65 30,000 69 69 30,000
2700 360 40.000 453 220 480 40.000 484 220 2100 56 57 30,000 61 62 30,000
2500 326 40,000 409 220 435 40,000 438 220 1900 49 49 30,000 54 54 30,000
2300 290 40,000 363 220 389 40,000 394 220 1700 41 42 30000 46 46 35,000
2100 255 40.000 316 220 344 40000 348 220 1500 34 34 30,000 38 38 35.000
1900 219 40000 270 220 298 40000 302 220 1300 26 26 20,000 30 30 35,000
1700 184 40,000 222 220 251 40000 254 220 1100 18 18 20,000 22 22 35.000
1500 147 40000 173 220 204 40,000 206 220
PRESSURE CLIMB SPEED "!DURANCE
1300 111 40000 124 220 156 40 DOO 158 220 "LTITUDE MILITARY THRUST SPEED SPEEDBRAIIES AlmUDE WITH fUElI
1100 7S 25,000 77 230 107 40,000 108 220 CLOSED TIME REMAINING
DESCENT SPUD START LETDOWN fROM FEET IICAS MACH NO. IICAS IICAS POUNDS MIN
PRESSURE CLIMB SPEED ENGINE IDLE - ALTlTUOE WITH fUEl
ALTITUDE MI~ITARYTHRUST SEA lEVEL 310 19S 190 800/0
SPEEDBRAKES C~OSED DISTANCE REMAINING
5000 310 195 190 823/2
FEET KCAS MACH NO. KCAS POUNDS/NM, 10000 310 195 190 839/4._
SEA LEVEL 315 18S 800/0 IS 000 310 195 190 853/6
10,000 300 185 835/15 20,000 310 195 190 867/8
20000 285 185 865/32 25,000 0.71 195 190 880/10
30.000 265 185 895/49 30,000 0.71 195 190 892/12
35000 0.72 185 910/59 35000 0.71 195 190 904/14
40,000 0.72 185 925/69 40.000 0.71 195 190 916/16
Bingo Range (P·6A) Bingo Endurance IP-8A/BI
[iel¢III§lili ••
2 Changed 1 May 1976 Changed 1 May 1976 2A/12B Blank!
AIRCRAFT DRAG INDEX - 60
WEIGHT (LESS FUEL) - 12,345 POUNDS
FIVE PYLONS, GUNS, AND TWO 300·GALLON EXTERNAL TANKS
INCLUDES 800 POUNDS RESERVE FUEl FOR LANDING
MODEL: TA·4F/TA·4J DATA AS OF: 1 JANUARY 1967
ENGINE: J52·P·6A DATA BASIS: ESTIMATED
IF YOU ARE AT If YOU ARE AT
SEA LEVEl 10,000 FEET
ENDUR. EN OUR· IICAS ENDUR· ENDUR· IICAS
~ilCE AT OPTIMUM ANCE AT AT ANtE AT OPTIMUM ANtE AT AT
SEA ALTITUDE OPTIMUM OPTIMUM 10,000 ALTITUDE OPTIMUM OPTIMUM
LEVEl ALTITUDE ALTITUDE fEET ALTITUDE ALTITUDE

MINUTES fEET MINUTES IINOTS MINUTES fEET MINUTES IINOTS


2700 56 30000 72 195 68 30,000 76 195
2500 51 30,000 65 195 61 30,000 68 195
VI 2300 45 30,000 57 190 55 30,000 61 195
Q
2100 39 30000 49 190 48 30,000 53 195
Z
:) 1900 33 30,000 42 190 42 30,000 45 190
0 1700 27 25000 34 190 35 30000 38 190
a. 190
1500 21 20000 26 190 28 25,000 30
I 1300 15 20000 18 190 21 20000 22 190
Q
III: 1100 9 15000 11 190 14 20000 14 190
III:
0 IF YOU ARI AT IF YOU ARE AT
a:a 20,000 FEET 35,000 FEET
Z ENDUR· ENDUR· IItAS ENDUR· ENDUR· IICAS
0 A!lCE AT OPTIMUM ANCE AT AT ANCE AT OPTIMUM ANCE AT AT
2~000 ALTITUDE OPTIMUM OPTIMUM 35,000 AlTITUDE OPTIMUM OPTIMU,~
.II
1M f ET AlTITUDE ALTITUDE fEET ALTITUDE ALTITUD

...
:)
MINUTES FEET MINUTES IINDTS MINUTES fEET MINUTES IINOTS
2700 77 30,000 80 195 84 30,000 85 195
2500 70 30000 73 195 77 30000 78 195
2300 63 30,000 65 195 69 30,000 75 195
2100 56 30000 58 195 62 30,000 63 195
1900 48 30000 50 195 54 30000 55 195
1700 41 30000 42 190 46 30,000 47 195
1500 34 25000 34 190 39 30000 39 190
1300 26 25,000 26 190 31 30000 31 190
1100 18 20,000 18 190 23 30,000 23 190
DESCENT SPEED STm l£T1l0WII fROM
PRESSURE ClIMI SPEED ENGINE IDlE-
ALTITUDE MILITARY THRUST Al mUDE WIlli fUEU
SPE£D8RAKES CLOSED TIME iltMAlftlNG
fEET IICAS MACH NO. IICAS POUNDS/MIN
SEA LEVEL 315 185 800/0
10000 300 185 835/4
20000 285 185 867/9
30000 265 185 896/13
35000 0.72 185 910115
40,000 0.72 185 923/17

8ingo Endurance (P·6A)


li.I,III,IIIIt>
Changed 1 May 1916 3
AIRCRAFT DRAG INDEX - 391 AIRCRAFT DRAG INDEX - 390 (GEAR DOWN)
AIRCRAFT WEIGHT (LESS FUEL) - 12,816 POUNDS WEIGHT (LESS FUEL) - 12,561 POUNDS
ALL PYLONS, GUNS (NO AMMO), AND
TWO 300·GALLON EXTERNAL TANKS FIVE PYlONS, GUNS, AND TWO 300·GALLON EXTERNAL TANKS
INCLUDES 800 POUNDS RESERVE FUEL FOR LANDING
RESERVE FUEL FOR LANDING - 800 POUNDS
MODEL: TA·4F DATA AS OF: 1 MAY 1972 MODEL: TA·4F/TA·4J DATA AS OF: 1 SEPT 1968
ENGINE: J52·P·8A/B DATA BASIS: FLIGHT TEST (NAVY) ENGINE: J52,P·6A DATA BASIS: ESTIMATED
If YOU ARE AT If YOU ARE AT
SEA LEVEL 10,000 FEET IF YOU ARE AT IF YOU ARE AT
RANGE AT: OPTIMUM RANGE AT: OPTIMUM
SEA LEVEL 10,000 FEET
SEA OPTIMUM CRUISE 10,000 OPTIMUM CRUISE
LEVEL ALTITUDE ALTITUDE FEET ALTITUDE ALTlTUOE RANGE RANGE KCAS RANGE RANGE KCAS
AT OPTIMUM AT AT AT OPTIMUM AT AT
NM NM FEET NM NM FEET SEA ALTITUDE OPTIMUM OPTIMUM 10,000 ALTITUDE OPTIMUM OPTIMUM
2700 131 206 25,000 176 221 25000 LEVEL AlTITUDE alTITUDE FEET ALTITUDE ~LTlTUDE
2500 117 184 25,000 158 199 25,000 NMI FEET NMI KNOTS NMI FEET NMI KNOTS
~ 2300 104 161 25,000 141 176 25,000 2700 130 25,000 189 195 168 25,000 204 195
Q
Z 2100 90 139 25,000 123 153 25,000 2500 116 25,000 168 195 152 25000 183 195
!:)
0
A-
1900
1700
76
63
116
92
25,000
25,000
106
88
131
107
25,000
25.000
'"Z
Q
2300
2100
103
89
25000
25000
146
125
190
190
135
118
25,000
25 000
162
140
195
190
1500 49 69 25,000 70 84 25,000 !:) 1900 76 25000 103 190 101 25000 119 190
I 1300 0 1700 62 25,000 81 190 84 25,000 96 190
Q 35 46 20,000 52 60 25,000
A.
D: 1100 21 2S 15,000 34 37 20,000 1500 49 20000 60 190 67 25,000 74 190
~ I 1300 35 15000 40 195 50 20,000 53 190
0CIQ If YOU ARE AT If YOU ARE AT Q
D: 1100 21 10000 22 195 32 15,000 33 195
20,000 FEET 30,000 FEET ~
Z RANGE AT: OPTIMUM RANGE AT: OPTIMUM
0CIQ IF YOU ARE AT IF YOU ARE AT
0
...::»...
20,000 OPTIMUM CRUISE 30,000 OPTIMUM CRUISE 15,000 FEET 20,000 FEET
FEET ALTITUDE ALTITUDE FEET ALTITUDE ALTITUDE
NM NM fEET NM NM FEET
Z RANGE RANGE KCAS RANGE RANGE KCAS
0
110 2700
2500
225
204
234
212
25,000
25,000
246
223
246
223
30,000
30,000
...... AT OPTIMUM AT AT AT OPTIMUM AT AT
15,000 ALTITUDE OPTIMUM OPTIMUM 20,000 ALTITUDE OPTIMUM OPTIMUM
FEET ALTITUDE ALTITUDE FEET ALTITUDE ALTITUDE

2300 182 190 25,000 201 201 30,000 ...


::» NMI fEET NMI KNOTS NMI fEET NMI KNOTS
2100 160 167 25,000 178 178 30,000 2100 189 25,000 212 195 208 25,000 219 195
1900 138 144 25,000 155 155 30,000 2500 170 25000 191 195 188 25000 198 195
1700 116 120 25,000 132 132 30000 2300 151 25,000 169 195 168 25,000 176 195
1500 94 97 25,000 108 108 30,000 2100 133 25000 T47 190 148 25000 155 195
1300 71 73 25,000 84 84 30,000 1900 114 25000 126 190 127 25,000 133 190
1100 49 49 25,000 60 60 30,000 1700 96 25,000 104 190 lOT 25000 111 190
DESCENT SPEED SURT lETDOWN fROM 1500 77 25.000 81 190 86 25,000 88 190
PRESSURE CLlM8 SPEED CRUISE ENGINE IDLE-
Al mUDE WITH fUEl
I 1300 57 20,000 59 190 65 25,000 68 190
ALTITUDE MILITARY THRUST SPEED SPEEDBRAKES
CLOSED DISTANCE REMAINING 1100 3S 20,000 39 190 44 20,000 44 190
fEET KCAS KCAS KCAS POUNDS/NM DESCENT SPEED START LETDOWN
PRESSURE CLIMB SPEED ENGINE lDLE- fROM AlTITUDE
SEA LEVEL 190 215 165 800/0 ALTITUDE MILITARY THRUST SPEEDBRAKES CLOSED WITH FUEL REMAINING
5000 190 210 165 817/5
FEET KCAS MACH NO. KCAS POUNDS
10 000 190 210 165 830/10
SEA lEVEl 205 0.310 156 800
15,000 190 205 165 84D/15
20,000 190 200 165 850/20 10000 205 0,37]_ 156 !I~O
860{25 15,000 205 0.409 156 866
25,000 190 195 165
20000 205 0.451 156 878
30,000 190 185 165 869/31
25,000 205 0.588 156 888

Bingo Range - Gear Down Ip·8AIB'


Bingo Range-Gear Down (P·6A)
.eUlmm,,,
4 Changed 1 May 1976 S
PATTERN HOTES:
1. OPTIMUM APPROACH CONfiGURATION:
t..~~C~H~~AM~~M~~~~ ~~ IB IN.
2, ...AXIMUM CROSS WEICHT -10,000 LB_ MOTE:
" AIRSPEED RAHCE -IQO TO 220 KIAS sn GUHSICHT 110 MILS. wHEfrt
UNTIL INITIAL FLARE; 180.IAS
"'INIMUM U
4. ALTITUDE
FINAL FLARE.
;MINUSSOOFEET
~:~~~RU~H~l'to:i~~YttU~';fOEOWH
IS ACCEPT FOR PATTERN CHECK POIHT UHTlL FLARE. USE SPEED-
POINTS UP TO LARE. 8...ES FOR SPEED CONTROL.
MINIMUM FLARE At..TITUOE :250
HET ACl.
HIGH KEY 5, WIND CORRECTION :OISPlACE HIGH

--
7500 FEET ACl, 2500 KEY INTO THE WINO 1000 FEfT AND
FEET DOWN THE RUNWAY, THE AIM POINT ON FINAl 250 FEEl
FOR EVERY 5 KTS OF HEADWIND.
~g~~::-~~:~tlo~~~S

."". --------

------
LANDING CONFIGURmON
HAVE AIRCRAFT OIRrY PRIOR
TO THIS POINT, 1·112 NUt
1000 Fl AtL. SPOILERs
ARI,!EO. lBO 1C'45 MfNIMUM,

I
I
FlARE I
CO"'ME~C£O AT )00 fEE' Ael.. 200
KIA5, FLARE TO A POINT 500 TO 1000
FEET fROM TI1RE5t40I.D. AT 50 FEET,
I
180 I(IA5 ... RR.ES T RATE Of OE 5C ENT
TO A MINIMUM OElAVl/rIC TOUCHDOWN.
',,/
,/
,k,,-, /"
lCNi KEY FINAL

200 FT A(;I.,1000 FT FROM


END OF RU"'WAY·"'AH04TORY
I.IINIMUM. 180 1C14S MINIMUM.

NOTE~

THE STRAICHJ.lN flIGHT '''TH IMY BE INTEACEPT£O


AT THE MOST CONVlNlEJH POINT PftIDR TO THE FIN"L
'\ 9(1' POS IliON CHEel'; POINT. THt CHECK POfNTS ARt GUIDEliNES ONLY,
'- 3000 FEET ACL. 8000
FEET SHon OF RUNWAY.
200 KIAS.
TA111-.,.,.
N5178
TAtB·,·Q

Flameout Approach
Precautionary Approach

6 Changed 1 May 1978 Changed 1 May 1976 7


FIRE

1. Throttle • OFF
INlIlAl
2. Manual FUEL shutoff control - EMER OFF
3 liM, ~OO FHl ACL
3. Use Starter - CONTINUE CRANKING ENGINE
• DRAG CONFICURATION WHICH R[SUl TS IN
THE LOWEST APPROACH AIRSPEED ABOVE
A MINIMUM VALUE OF 180 KIAS,
4. If fire continues - ABANDON AIRCRAFT
. B~::g~~~Y FUEL SHUTOFF LEvER 5. If fire continues • Use CO 2 AT INTAKE
PUSHOVER
INT£RCEPT 3 1/2 0 CllOE SLOPE,
500 FEET ACL
ENGINE FIRE (IN FLIGHT)
• LOWER LANDING CEAR IF NOT DOWN, WITH OTHER INDICATIONS
eLIDE SLOPE
• ~~I~J ~11~t~!~~\~~~~eOCEl~OD1 5}OPE
1. Throttle • OFF
OEC£L [RATING APPROAC~ TO HARE.
2. Manual FUEL shutoff control - EMER OFF
FLARE
3. Emergency generator • EXTEND
• ![2R i lo ~N:R~~ l~A4lEfO~£btSll~~¥DE
KA
4. DO NOT RESt ART ENGINE
[lbO KIAS !.4INUMUM TO FlARE),
5. If conditions warrant • EJECT

ENGINE FIRE (IN FLIGHT)


WARNING LIGHT ONLY

TARCET Al TlTUDE
• SHutDOWN ALTITUOE PREDICATED ON
1. Throttle. MIN FOR FLIGHT
It. UlO KT APPROACH SPEED AN~ A 150 FT
Al TITUDE. FOR EVER'( 10 KT INCREASE IN 2. Land as soon as possible.
~~~n~~~ ~I~;I~~~~' ADO 25 FEET TO

WING FIRE UN FLIGHT)

SHUTDCIIIN
Af TARCET ALT IT UD [
RUNWAV 1. Combustible stores • JETTISON
• [MERCENCY FUlL. SHuTOFF L.EVER OFF.
• ENSURE SPHOBUKES OuT.
2. Fire continues. EJECT
/ ELECTRICAL FIRE (IN FLIGHT)
COND ITiONS
• GROSS WEIGHT UMIT 1&,000 L.8S.
• WINO CORRECTION, 10 KTS HEADWIND
1. Electrical equipment • OFF
CQ,I.IPQNENT DECREASE SHUTDOWN
ALTITUDE BV 25 FElT,
TOUCHOCIIIN
2. If fire persists • EXTEND EMER GEN
• PATTeRN IS FOR STOPPINC ON AN
~~~g ~e2ITL:~~r~Y WItH ARRESTINC • 140 I(IA5 AHO 1500 Fen FROM MIRROR.
• HOOK DOWN PRlOR TO ARRESTINC CEAR.
3. Fire out • NECESSARY elECTRICAL EQUIPMENT ON,
ONE AT A TIME
TAlB-54
4. If fire continues. LAND OR EJECT
5. If landing made. USE SHORT FIELD ARRESTING GEAR,
SECURE ENGINE WHEN STOPPED
Stuck Throl//e Approach (Power lor Level Flight)

B Changed 1 April 1974 Changed 1 May 1976


ca·mmliU .• 9
FUEL CONTROL
1. Throttle • MATCH WITH RPM
2. Fuel control switch • MANUAL
3. Slowly advance throttle to desired setting.

THROTTLE LINKAGE FAILURE

1. Do not manipulate throttle.


2. Determine thrust available; be alert for slow rpm decay.
3. Fly PA or STA, maintain 180 KIAS minimum.

LOW ALTITUDE AIRSTART

1. Commence zoom climb.


2. Retard throttle.
3. Switch fuel control to MANUAl.
4. Extend emergency generator.
If thrust is not regained immediately, proceed as follows:
5. Throttle to IGN, then to IDLE.
6. Cautiously advance throttle and ascertain restoration of
thrust.
7. If engine fails to respond adequately and peak altitude at
zoom apex is less than 5000 feet, EJECT. If time and
altitude permit, establish 250·KIAS glide and commence
AI RST ART procedures.

lOl"L DISI"NCE 10 CLEAR" SO Ft OaSl"ClI- 1000 ,EIT


i3fJ~B'1'i _ ENGINE FAILURE

1. Throttle • OFF (Fwd cockpit!


2. EMER GEN handle • PULL
3. Evidence of fire • MANUAL FUel SHUTOFF
EMER OFF
4. Fire exists or existed • NO ENGINE RESTART
5. No fire • SEE AIRSTART
TakeoH Distance IP·8AI B}
CONIINUED
10
Changed 1 May 1978 11
(AIRSTART
TAKEOff DISTANCE 1. Throttle. RETARD
O'UATIONAL II' NOSEU' TlIMI
NO IATO
2. Fuel control. MANUAL
HAL' .LArs
3. If loss of thrust cannot be corrected:
MCDILl 'A~' II
ENGINE, JS2-'-6A11
DATA AI 01. I MAY "72
DATA IASIS •• UGHT TlST IKAVYI a. Throttle. 0 FF
170 b. Emergency generator. EXTEND
c. Check for fire.
~I
d. If fire persists or existed prior to shutdown, do not
attempt restart.
~
•~ If no fire exists, proceed as follows:

i
:t: 110
4, If practicable, descend to 30,000 feet or below at best
glide speed.
5. Establish 250 KIAS glide.
6. Throttle. IGN, THEN IDLE
7. RPM and EGT. MONITOR
8. If relight does not occur within 30 seconds (JP·4) or 45
seconds (JP·5), retard throttle to IGN, then return to
IDLE .

3 4 5
GIOUND IUN DISTAHCI - 1000 un •
TAI1-6'(;

Takeoff Distance (P-6AI BJ

12 Changed 1 May 1976 Changed 1 May 1978 12A


TAkEOff REfUSAL SPEED
SPUD.IAKES AND SPOILERS OPEN
HALF FLAPS
TAKEOff RE'USAL SPIED
srnDUAKE! O'fN-SPOlllU ClonD
MODEll TA. .' DATA AS 0', I MAY 1972 HAl' RAPS
ENGINE: H2-P-'AI' DATA IASIS. ESnMATED
MODILI fA ...., DATA AS Of, I MAT 1972
1:';1. :-11:
r:: !.'::
PlGINI, 15t-P-IAII DATA IASIS, ISTlMATlD

;ll~
,"+--t-.......{ ~ 2 ~.."...~_I-l--,t.I,.,.........{f+'-t-H.....::.,..j
~
;.l,..~~.:-~;....;.;..;..!I..:T;..i-I.

b-n~~~~.~~;o;;:j:;i:;;;;;j..i..... ~i#a;i~~~~
o~·~~~~~~~~~~

-20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50


r---,,......--,,......--.r--+._........_ ........_4l~~~~~E,..;T;.:E;;.;:.MPE~:TUU-DEG.EES CENTIGUDE _ ......- ........-.....J_~~!!!.,!!;:!=:;.._...-_,. TEMPIIATUII-DIOIISS CINTIO.ADI
~
.- i ii i
OIOSS WEIOHT
,. ! ~ I r! -1000 POUNDS GlOSS WIIGHT
- 1000 POUNDS
..,... . ...,.' "t..:..: ",
~Ri.:-.;..'4~-+....;..#~++--"1-t-H..,.f~r+.......rl-.,.,....,
- ,.
!
... ... ! ti
!.. ;1
I
~ f
20 NOTE:
IIAKE A"LlCA TION SPEED
L:::'~L.:..;.:;u=..:..L :.:...-lJ.~.wL.;.....:....,l.;.,;........1..:..:...;~L;;';';'O>J..:.~ ,. ~pi~:.IT::F:~IWE TI.E
SPEED WILL NOT IE 0
o EXCEEDED IT ANY I
TAKEOff SPUD COMPUTED
F.OM THIS CHAIT. 10
10
HIADWIND
20 -KNOTS
~~h-~~o.;J.;.;..:.+.;.-..;~~'k:-~~~~"d'~-:;!-~~ 20 HEADWIND
-KNOTS 30

40

:-,
IUNWAY
0 GRADIENT
-'IICINT
$10'1
o IUNWAY OIADIENT
- PEiCENT SLOPE so 10 140 +'
"'USAL SPIID-IC1AS TAli_52
+2
50 60 70 .0 90 100 110 130 140 150 160
REFUSAL SPEED - KIA!
TAII-!

Tokeo" Refusal Speed IPSA/B) Talceoff Refusal Speed IP8A/BI

12B 12C
TAKEOFF REFUSAL SPEED
S'IEDIlAKES AND SPOILIIS 0' IN
HALf fLA'S TAKIOFF REFUSAL SPEED
I'UDUAKIS O'IN - 1'011111 CIOIID
HALF FIA'I
DATA AI Of. 1 MAY .,72
DATA IASIS, ISTiMATID MODn, TA.4./J DATA AS 0" I MAY '972
INOINI, JI2·'·6A'1 DA'A IASIS UTiMATED

~20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 SO
TEM'IIATUII- DIOIEIS CENTIGIADE to 20 30 40
~~~~~~~~~r.Tr.T~T7~~T.'~2. W~II~O~H~'JI~A~SI~U~H[IJ-~~~__~__ -r__'-___
-20 -10 0
24 T(M ...... 'UU _ DIOIUS CINIlGIADI

OIOSS WEIOHT
- 1000 POUNDS 01051 WIIOHT
- 1000 'OUNDS
20
11
11
0
0
10
10
20 HIADWIND
- KNOTS 20 HEADWIND
-KNon
30
30
40
40
-2
IUNWAY -2
O.... DIENT IU_AT
0 O.... DIINT
- 'IICENT 0
SlO'E - 'IICEHT
SlOPE
to 60 70 50 60 70
+2
90 100 110 120 140 ISO 160
IUUSAL S'EED - KIAS 'AII.SO·A
".USAI SOUD - KIAS
TAIt·51.A

Takeoff Refusal Speed IP-6AIBJ Takeoff Refusal Speed (P-6AIB)

12D Changed 1 May 1976


Changed 1 May 1978 12E
SMOKE
1. Possible fog • CABIN TEMP-MAN. HOT
2. Possible air conditioning • CABIN PRESS-RAM
3. Possible electrical. SEE ELECTRICAL FIRE
4. Vision affected. SLOW AIRCRAFT-RAM AIR
(IF NECESSARY-JETTISON CANOPY.)
5. Land as soon as possible.
EJECTION

1. Lower ejection handle • PULL

EJECTION

0
1. Throttle • IDLE
!i:~ ., 2. Speed • SLOW AS POSSIBLE
"-".
"'0 .,% ~
J5}
3. Seats. OPTIMUM POSITION
~~ ;II
4. EMER GEN handle. AS REQUIRED
... i J cS
~o 2l
Q-
:::~
5. IFF. EMERGENCY
"'z
~C
ex
... t:
t
J
!"
)(
c
2l
.......
L-
"'Q
_L
... '"
6.
7.
Transmit • MAYDAY POSITION REPORT
Visor. DOWN
;:) 8. Shoulder harness lock lever • LOCKED
!~ 9. CABIN Pressure switch. RAM
~.:
2:::c 10. Sit erect, spine straight, head firmly against head-
z rest, feet on rudder pedals.
11. Face Curtain • PULL TO FULL EXTENT
(Rear seat pilot shall initiate own ejection first, fol-
lowed by the front seat pilot).
If canopy fails to jettison,
12. Either ejection handle • GRASP (WITH LEFT HAND)
13. Canopy jettison handle • PULL
14. Either ejection handle • PULL
If canopy still fails to jettison,
15. Either ejection handle. GRASP (WITH RIGHT HAND)
'6. Canopy control handle. MOVE to OPEN (RETURN TO
CLOSED AFTER JEniSON)
(Canopy should Jettison aerodynamically if speed is
above 240 KIAS. However, canopy hand pump may
be used to raise canopy if cockpit is not pressurized
and utility hydraulic pressure is not avaifable,)
Maximum Takeoff Weigh' IP-8AIB) 17. Either ejection handle • PULL
12F Changed 1 May 1978 Changed 1 May 1978
(i.',II""" ...
13/14(blank)
BAILOUT

1. Emergency oxygen. PULL GREEN RING


2. Oxygen/antiblackout hoses. DISCONNECT FROM
CONSOLE
3. Cockpit pressurization' RAM
4. Canopy. JETTISON
5. Emergency restraint release handle • PULL
6. Lean forward for chute-headrest clearance.
7. Trim nosedown.
8. Arms against body, let stick snap forward.
9. When clear and below 14,000 ft. PULL O-RING

DITCHING

1. Review UNDERWATER ESCAPE procedure.


2. Shoulder harness lock lever • LOCKED I
3. Gear. UP
4. Stores • JETTISON
5. Flaps • DOWN
6. IFF • EMERGENCY
7. Transmit. MAYDAY POSITION REPORT
8. Visor • DOWN
9. Armament switches • SAFE
10. Hook. DOWN
1. Cockpit pressurization. RAM
12. Prior to touchdown:
Emergency oxygen • PULL
Canopy. JETTISON
13. Remain braced until shocks stop,

Changed 1 April 1974 lS


UNDERWATER ESCAPE

:. :: 1. Emergency oxygen • PULL


2. Oxygen hose • DISCONNECT FROM CONSOLE
3. Canopy • JETTISON
4. Emergency restraint release handle • PULL
5. Lean forward for chute-headrest clearance
6. Grab cockpit structure and PULL • PUSH WITH FEET
7. When clear. PULL INflATION GEAR TOGGLES
If canopy fails to iettison, hold manual canopy con-
trol handle in OPEN position and actuate hand pump
(R console-fwd cockpitl. If this should fail, use
revolver or service knife to break plexiglas.

HYDRAULIC FAILURE
a fi ~ 0 i I
FLIGHT CONTROL HYDRAULIC SYSTEM FAILURE
laYlOIIN.;) snlOla -linlYII.WU
fiT' ~'1iriTjiriil
Avoid maneuvers requiring high control forces.
,--.,-,."..,-"t-r-n~7~:7r.::::::T.":"::'I s .. - ~ lliHNIIH" SlIlOla - JlRlYII4WI1

;....:..:.lJ.+tt~~+++ff!t!fi+I i! § I UTILITY HYDRAULIC SYSTEM FAILURE


~~~~~~~~ilia~ al Result-Pressure loss for SPEEDBRAKES, FLAPS, GEAR,
~:.t:-\-~~t-:-l~~~m 2!2 !2 HOOK (UP), CANOPY, SPOILERS, AFCS, and NOSEWHEEL
:; s- STEERING
~ ~~~~I.M-+-Ihl-:trrttl2 ~ ~
~~
;A; o~
= i il DUAL FAILURE (FLIGHT AND UTILITY)
~a :
II ~~~":':"¥..:..lM--lt';-l\-H-Atrl±tt ~ i R
=
i 1. Accelerated maneuvers. TERMINATE
2. Airspeed • REDUCE BELOW 200 KIAS
I

3. TRIM AIRCRAFT FOR 200 KIAS OR BELOW


4. MAN. FLT CO NT handle. PULL FULLY WITH RAPID
POSITIVE MOTION
5. Retrim aircraft.
6. Land as soon as possible with straight-in approach.
7. Make arrested landing if crosswind is IN EXCESS OF
Maximum Takeoff Weight CP-6AIBJ 8 knots.
16 Changed 1 MaV 1976 Changed 1 April 1974
A·4 SERIES
EMERGENCY FIELD ARRESTMENT DATA LANDING GEAR
MAXIMUM ENGAGING SPEED KNOTS 1. Airspeed· 225 KIAS OR LESS
TYPE SHORT FIELD LONG FIELD ABORTED MAXIMUM
OF LANDING LANDING TAKEOFF OFF CENTER 2. Landing gear handle • DOWN
ARRESTING GROSS WEIGHT GROSS WEIGHT GROSS WEIGHT ENGAGEMENT
GEAR UP TO 14,500 14.600-16,000 16,100-24,500 FEET • 3. EMER LOG GR handle. PULL (AVOID POPULATED
LBS (d, e) LBS (f) LBS (h) AREAS)
M-2 130 lei 130 Ie) 117 lei 20
4. If landing gear fails to extend • APPLY MODERATE
E-14-1 1471bl 160 lei 152101 35 NEGATIVE·G LOADING FOR 2 - 3 SECONDS • GET
E-27 159 Ibl IS91bl 163 lel 20 VISUAL CHECK
E-15 1200'
5PANI
150lbl 150101 1441a} 20 5. If gear not locked down • INCREASE SPEED (350
KIAS MAX) AND PULL POSITIVE-G, GET VISUAL
E-15 1300' 176 Ibl 176 Ibl 174 101 40
SPANI CHECK
M-21 lSI 101 151 101 144101 10 Whenever any landing gear is damaged or not down
E-28 ISS 101 155 101 147 101 40 and locked, but all gear can still be retracted, retract the
E-S ISTD 1431bl ISO lei 150lcl Igl gear and divert ashore if feasible. Retain and land on
CHAINI
empty tank/tanks, empty rocket packs, or other light-
E-5-1 ISTD 1431bl 163101 163101 Igl weight inert stores, with the exception of the air refueling
CHAINI
store.
E-S IHEAVY 1411bl ISO lei 150 lei Igl
CHAIN)
E-S-I 141lbl 164101 163101 IgI
UNSAFE MAIN LANDING GEAR-UP INDICATION
IHEAVY
CHAINI 1. Airspeed • 225 KIAS OR LESS
BAK-6 160 lei 160lcl 160 lei 15 2. Landing gear handle • Cycle gear in an attempt to
BAK-9 160 lei 160 lei 160 lei 30 obtain an up indication.
8AK-12 160lcl 160 lei 160 Ie) 50 3. If gear not up, obtain visual check. If gear doors
101 Maximum engaging ,pe.d limited by aircraft arre,tlng hook "rength. flush with aircraft continue mission. Otherwise,
Ibl Maximum .ngaging sp •• d limit.d by ai,craft limit horizontal drag load dump excess fuel and land.
facIo, Imau item limit "0"1.
lei Maltlmum .ngaging ,p .. d IImlt.d by orr.sllng g.al capacity.
Idl Maximum of 3.0 d.gr •• glid. ,lop•.
1.1 Con,ult app,opriote ,.clion for r.comm.nded approach ,p •• d.
If) Flar.d or minimum role of desc.nt landing.
Ig I Offcenter engagement may not nceed 25 % of runway span.
I h I Data provided in the aborted lakeoff column may be used for em.,g.ncy
high gross w.ight arrestmenls.

Field Arrestment Data

18 Changed 1 May 1976 Changed 1 May 1978 l8A


UNSAFE MAIN LANDING GEAR-DOWN UNSAFE NOSE GEAR-UP INDICATION
INDICA nON
1. Airspeed· 225 KIAS OR LESS
2. Gear· CYCLE
3. Apply positive g to correct possible microswitch mal·
1. Airspeed' 225 KIAS OR LESS.
2. Obtain visual check. If gear up and door is flush,
cycle gear in an attempt to obtain up indication.
I
Continue mission.
function
3. If gear is not up or door is not closed, lower gear
4. Visual check • OBTAIN AND PERFORM APPROPRIATE when practicable, dump excess fuel and land. Do not
ACTION recycle.
Note 4. If visual check can not be obtained, lower gear when
With gear still UNSAFE and no visual check practicable, dump excess fuel and land. Do not
available, perform steps (5), (6), (7), or (9) as recycle.
required.
5. Ooor(s) open but hung in well: Raise gear, apply ant UNSAFE NOSE GEAR-DOWN INDICATION
maintain negative-g, extend speedbrakes and lower 1. Airspeed' 225 KIAS OR LESS
gear.
2. GEAR' CYCLE
6. Ooor(s) not open • EMERGENCY GEAR EXTEND
3. Apply positive g to correct possible microswitch mal-
7. Gear still not down and locked • ACCEL 350 KIAS function
APPLY POSITIVE G
4. Visual Check • OBTAIN AND PERFORM APPROPRI-
8. Gear still indicates UNSAFE but visually down and ATE ACTION
locked: Arrested landing; if unavailable, normal
landing. Pin gear ASAP. Note
With gear still UNSAFE and no visual check
9. Gear not down and locked: Attempt to raise gear. available, perform steps IS', (6', (7', or (9', as
Refer to Gear Malfunction Landing Guide. required.
5. Door Open and gear Hung in well: Raise gear, apply
and maintain positive-g and lower gear.
6. Doorls' nof open • EMER GEAR EXTEND
7. Gear still not down and locked • ACCEL 350 KIAS
APPLY POSITIVE G
8. Gear still indicates UNSAFE but visually down and
locked: Arrested Landing; if unavailable, normal
landing. Pin Gear ASAP.
9. Gear not down and locked: Attempt to raise gear.
Refer to Gear Malfunction landing Guide.

18B Changed 1 May 1976 Changed 1 May 1976 18C/I180 Blank)


, I" ,'N1!R1r:oA~8'
BASIS: NADC
GEAR MALFUNCTION LANDING GUIDE
"h
fiNAL fIELD
CONFIGURATION CARRIER Arresting Gear FIELD
Available No Arresting Gear
MALFUNCTION
ING = Nose gear) A/G
=
(MG Main gearl
Action Notes Action Used Notes Action Notes

All gear up LAND 1 LAND ND 3,4 lAND 3


NG up LAND 1,2 LAND YES 5 LAND 7
Stub NG LAND 1 LAND YES 5 EJECT
One MG up LAND 1 EJECT NO 6 EJECT
Stub MG LAND I ElECT NO ElECT
I MG & NG up ElECT EJECT NO mCT
Both MG up EJECT LAND YES 8 ! LAND 8

GENERAL
Whenever any landing gear is damaged or not down and locked. but all gear can still be
retracted, retract the gear and divert ashore if feasible. Retain and land on empty tankl
tanks, empty rocket packs, or other light weight inert stores, with exception of the air
refueling store. Jettison the drop tanks, if they cannot be emptied. Prior to landing with
any of the above malfunctions, burn down to 600 pounds or less fuel remaining to ensure
that the wing fuel is expended and the fire hazard minimized. LSD control is advisable
on any normal approach.
NOTES:
1. Crossdeck pendant configuration shall be per current recovery bulletins.
2. If lime considerations preclude removal of crossdeck pendants, land with hook up to
prevent severe nosedown rotation, should arrestment occur prior to barricade engage·
ment.
3. Ensure crossdeck pend.~ts are removed from runway. Make flat approach at normal
approach speed. Touch down lightly, with low sink rate. If 10 knots or more of cross·
wind component exists It may be desirable to use arresting gear where available.
4. Alternate method: Use arresting gear. Wave off if wire is missed.
5. Make short field arrestment from flat approach at normal approach speed. Trim full
NOSEUP approaching touchdown. At touchdown, do not retard throttle. Hold nose up
until arrestment. Wave off if wires are missed.
6. An alternative to ejection for this condition is to land in approach similar to that in
Note 5, except slightly fast and with touchdown point Immediately prior to arresting
gear. Grease this one on holding win~s level with lateral stick as long as possible.
An lSO is probably a necessity for thIS situation unless gear location is prominently
marked.
7. Make flat approach al normal approach speed. Trim fuJi NOSEUP approaching touch·
down. At touchdown, secure engine. Lower nose slowly before elevator effectiveness
is lost.
8. Ejection mandatory without two drop tanks Installed.

Changed 1 May 1978 19


WHEN LANDING WITHOUT FLAPS
LANDING DISTANCE
HAIIl SUIFACE IUNWAY 1. Dump to landing weight.
DIY
SPEEIlIIAKES AND SPOILUS OPEN 2. Fly slightly wider pattern.
ICI=23
3. Fly optimum angle of attack. 9 KIAS
IAOA donut-approach speed is about 16 to 1
MODILI TA··" DATA AI 0', I MAY 1972
ENGINE: J52,P"A/1 DATA 11.515, FLIGHT TEST !NAVY AND CONUACTOII above normal.!

LANDING WITH STUCK SLAT

1. Normal approach speed • INCREASE 10 KNOTS)


2. Trim out adverse lateral control pressures.
3. Be alert for prompt correction if slat extends.
4. Carrier • OBSERVE MAXIMUM ENGAGING SPEED

20 -10 0 10 20 30 40
TEMPEIATUU FULL
SPOILERS
- IlEGUES CENTIGIADE
APPROACH HAL.
FLAP 1. If feasible, go around.
IlEFLECTlON UP
2. If unable, control swerving with corrective rudder,

1 brakes and aileron as required.


3. When ~ontrol is regained, spoiler switch. OFF

HEAIlWIND 20 :..:..:..j~#4·:";";4-;:iR7f+tT.ftf~Htr.-;:;t1
SPOILERS
0-'

-KNOTS I.

1. Ensure power is above 70 percent.


2. Spoiler switch • OFF.
RUNWAY •. 3. Deploy emergency generator. ..
GRAIlIENT 0 ~~~J....;..;+A:;:;":"'.:{-..:r-I:~htt~r." 4. If none of the above procedures succ5eOeOdOlfn ctloAslGnlg
- PERCENT
SLOPE the spoilers, slow flight the aircra f t a~. ee ,
or above, to check landing charactenstlcs.
5. Use full flaps with gear down.
6. Keep speedbrakes closed.
7. Expect excessive approach speed.
8. Use arresting gear where practical.
Landing Distance

20 Changed 1 May 1978 21


RUNAWAY NOSEUP TRIM
LANDING WITH RUNAWAY NOSEUP TRIM
DURING TAKEOFF
1. Flaps· FULL DOWN 1. Flaps· FULL DOWN
2. Maintain safe airspeed and attitude. 2. Light weight • FWD CG
3. Use manual trim override to reposition trim. 3. Straight in approach recommended.
If trim continues to runaway:
• EMER GEN • DEPLOY LANDING WITH INSUFFICIENT NOSEUP TRIM
4. External stores • JETTISON (IF REQUIRED)
1. Flaps. UP
5. Burn down and land.
2. Max allowable landing weight (AFT CGI.
3. Fly airspeed that ensures additional back stick
RUNAWAY NOSEDOWN TRIM movement of at least 2 inches.
DURING TAKEOFF 4. Straight-in approach.
Note
Below refusal speed: A carrier landing with nosedown trim is not rec-
1. ABORT ommended. If possible divert to a shore station.
If a divert is not feasible, a barricade engagement
Above refusal speed: is recommended since aircraft bolter capability is
extremely marginal.
1. Flaps. UP
2. Horizontal stab override • UP AILERON OR RUDDER TRIM RUNAWAY
3. External stores. JETTISON (IF REQUIRED) 1. EMER GEN handle • PULL
• Remain on hydraulic power control.
• DO NOT APPLY OPPOSITE TRIM.
RUNAWAY STABILIZER TRIM DURING FLIGHT 2. Reduce speed.

1. Trim· CHECK INDICATOR Mfui~Cd@Hl4(.)iitiii'W_ ELECTRICAL


2. Manual override • ACTUATE OPPOSITE TO
RUNAWAY 1. Airspeed • BELOW 500 KIAS or 0.91 IMN
3. If runaway continues: 2. Above 25,000 feet • THROTTLE 90 PERCENT or LESS
• EMER GEN • DEPLOY 3. EMER GEN handle • PULL
4. Remain on hydraulic power control. • EMER GEN bypass switch • NORMAL
5. If unable to retrim and trim is stuck at or near full
noseup position:
• Reduce speed
• lower flaps

22 Changed 1 May 1978 Changed 1 May 1978 23


EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE TO PILOT ON The following is a partial list of equipment that will be lost
EMERGENCY GENERATOR while operating on emergency generator:
PRIMARY AC BUS
'I. All normal trim
1. Air conditioning 10. Oil level 2. All normal weapon delivery capability
2. AJB-3A attitude system 11. Standby attitude indicator 3. All external lights except approach light (with hook
3. Cabin temperature control 12. Test panel down)
(Fwd & Aftl 13. tWindshield heat (Center) 4. AFCS
4. Cabin pressure (Normal- 14. Engine control 5. Radar altimeter
Ram) 15. tAngle-of-attack heat 6. Rain removal
5. Console lights (Fwd & Afll 16. Approach lights & AOA 7. Seat actuetor
6. Fuel flow indexer 8. Instrument panel vibrator
7. Horizontal stabilizer trim 17. Fuel dump '3. Side panel windscreen heat
8. Ignition (20 louie) 18. Red floodlights 10. White floodlights
9. Instrument lights 19. Warning lights relays 11. Normal drop tank transfer (drop tanks go to automatic
IFwd & Aft) transfer)
26 VAC BUS 12. Normal speedbrake control
13. Fuel boost pump
1. Angle of attack 5. Hose lettison IT A-4F)
14. Nosewheel steering (on landing)
2. BOHI (Fwd & Aft) 6. Oil pressure
15. Spoilers (on landing)
3. Compass 7. 10-249 ITA-4J)
4. Emergency bomb release
DC CONVERTER FAILURE
28 VOC PRIMARY BUS
The following items will be inoperative on the main generator:
1. Air refueling ITA-4F) 9. Ignition timer
2. AJB-3A attitude system 10. Oil level
1. ICS and radio transmission and reception
3. Audio isolation amplifier 11. Radio control
2. Control and utility hydraulic warning lights
.4. Cabin pressure (Normal- 12. Trim position
3. Fuel boost lights and transfer warning lights
Ram) 13. UHFI ADFI AUX receiver
4. Approach lights
5. Fuel quantity (Wing & Ext) 14. Wheels & flaps position 5. Fuel low warning lights
6. Fuel transfer bypass indicator
6. Hook bypass
7. Hook bypass 15. Altimeter (MC-31 AAU-19A)
7. AJB·3
8. ICS 16. Retraction release solenoid
17. Emergency fuel transfer
(AFC586)
I 8. Standby attitude system disable
9. Trim position indicators
10. ADF
11. All armament circuits (except emergency jettison)
MONITORED PRIMARY AC BUS
12. Spoilers
1. Fire warning 6. Radio
13. Nosewheel steering
2. Fuel quantity (fuselage) 7. tTACAN
14. Speed brakes (manual override available)
3. IFF 8. UHF-ADF
15. Aileron and rudder trim
4. LOX quantity 9. Anti-icing regulator
16. AFCS
S. Pltot heat 17. APC
tlnoperative with landing gear handle down 18. Counting accelerometer
24 Changed 1 May 1978 Changed 1 May 1978 24A
19. Rain repellant 9. Fuel quantity indicator (fuselage fuel only)
20. LAWS 10. Instrument lights
21. Test circuit for all warning lights 11. Emergency jettison
22. Wheel and flap indicators 12. Anti·icing and pitot heat
23. JATO jettison 13. LOX quantity gage
24. Landing gear solenoid
14. Servoed altimeter
25. Emergency wing fuel transfer
If the emergency generator is deployed, the main generator can be
26. Air conditioning

I
regained by placing the switch in the forward cockpit in BYPASS. This
a. Cannot be turned off
cannot be accomplished in the aft cockpit, as this switch requires dc
b. Relief valve cannot be opened
power to hold it in BYPASS.
c. Ram air valve can be opened
27. Ignition
a. 4 joule only on P6 engine
b. None on PS engine

"M'ltj"'·'4F_-----------------
2S. TACAN
29. Oil level LIMITATIONS
30. IFF 1. AIRCRAFT
If the emergency generator is deployed, the following additional items a. Gear and flaps down • 225 KIAS
will be inoperative: b. Negative normal accelerations. 10 SECONDS
c. Normal accelerations between
1. Radar altimeter plus 0.5g and minus 0.5g • TRANSITORY
2. Fuel boost ONLY
3. Engine pressure ratio indicator d. Maximum asymmetrical load for
4. Aileron bungee heater blanket field takeoff and carrier landing. 7500 FT-lB
5. Anti·exposure suit ventilation blower e. Maximum asymmetrical load for
6. Side panel windshield heater field landings • 12,500 FT-lB
7. Seat actuator f. Maximum asymmetrical load for
S. Instrument panel vibrators catapult • 5120 FT-lB
9. Rain removal
(See wing moment (loading' nomogram'
10. Exterior lights
g. Emergency generator extension. 500 KIAS or
11. White floodlights
0.91 IMN
The following items will remain operative on either main or emergency h. 300-gal tanks (carriage) • 575 KIAS or 0.90 IMN
generator: i. External baggage container (carriage) • 525 KIAS
or 0.80 IMN
1. EGT
2. Tach
3. Oil pressure
4. Fuel flow indicator
5. Fire warning (minus test circuit)
6. Center panel windshield heater
7. Fuel control
8. Stabilizer trim (with override only)
248 Changed 1 May 1978 Changed 1 May 1978 24C
"-'"'"~N~R~~B~' -'"' -'"
2. ENGINE
" , . , .IN1!R~A~B'"''h
Operating
Condition
Max EGT
C
Max RPM Limit
Time
WARNING I
Idle* 340 Idle Shipboard catapult shots with partial fuel
Acceleraton loading in external drop tanks is prohibited,
J52-P-6A 650 Military S min
J52-P-68 Arrested, T&G, and FClP ...... , ............ 14,500
660 Military S min
J52-P-SA/B 6S0 Military S min Barricade engagement ................ , , .. 14,500
Normal
J52-P-6A 590 Mil Minus 3%
J52-P-6B 602 Mil Minus 3%
J52-P-SA/B 595 Mil Minus 3%
Military
J52-P-6A 610 Military 30min
J52-P-6B 621 Military 30 min
J52-P-SA/B 650 Military 30 min

*Idle temperature of 340 C is not a limit but is given as


a guide to indicate temperature which, if exceeded, may
signify engine malfunction.
Oil Pressure • 40 to 50 psi in flight
35 to 50 psi on deck (IDLE)

For aircraft with reduced smoke engines in-


stalled IJ52-P-S8 engines Or J52-P-8A engines
with PPC 185 incorporated), a minimum in-
flight engine rpm of 70 percent should be
maintained to preclude possible flameout. I
3. GROSS WEIGHT (POUNDS)
Field takeoH • 24,500
Field landing. 16,000
Catapulting • 24,500
(C-11 / C-11-1 catapult). 23,500

240 24E/(24F blank


Changed 1 May 1978
FUEL SYS

Use flowmeter, estimate fuel remaining, land as soon


as practicable.

FUEl TRANSFER PUMP FAILURE

Fuel transfer light remains on-ASSUME USABLE FUEL IS


650 POUNDS OR INDICATED QUANTITY (whichever is
less),
ABRUPT DROP IN QUANTITY INDICATION TO APPROXI-
MATELY 550 POUNDS AND FUEL LOW LEVEL WARNING
LIGHT ON.
1. Drop tank transfer switch. PRESS
AFTER DROP TANK TRANSFER IS COMPLETE
2. Emergency transfer switch • EMER TRANS
LIMITATIONS-NO NEGATIVE G TO +2G
45-DEGREE BANK
Note
• With centerline drop tank installed, leave drop
tank pressurized .
• With air refueling store installed, Ship-Tank
switch. FROM STORE. (TA~4F)
3. Land as soon as possible.
4. Emergency transfer switch. OFF PRIOR TO LANDING

Changed 1 May 1976 25


DROP TANK TRANSFER FAILURE
If fuel transfer from all drop tanks is abnormally slow or ABNORMAL Oil PRESSURE
fails during flight, proceed as follows:
1. Drop tank transfer switch • PRESS
2. Emergency transfer /fuel transfer bypass (AFC 317) •
OFF/NORMAL Less than 40 psi. 1 MINUTE MAXIMUM
Zero pressure. 10 SECONDS MAXIMUM
If drop tank transfer still does not occur:
If oil pressure remains out of limits (high or low), MAIN~
3. Emergency generator • DEPLOY TAIN (86 to 88%) UNTIL LANDING ASSURED OR DECI-
When drop tank transfer is complete, place emergency SION TO EJECT IS MADE.
generator bypass switch in BYPASS. If deploying emer- USE PRECAUTIONARY APPROACH.
gency generator does not accomplish transfer:
4. Ashore: Ensure aircraft weight for landing does not
exceed maximum limits. Effect minimum descent
landing.
S. Ship: Jettison drop tanks prior to landing. Oil lOW LIGHT ON

1. Set engine RPM 86-88 % and


land as soon as possible • USE PRECAUTIONARY
INADVERTENT FUEL DUMPING APPROACH

1. Proceed to nearest suitable field at highest feasible


speed.
2. If fuel in drop tank, drop tank transfer switch. OFF
3. If wing fuel depleted, continue at MAX RANGE
CRUISE.

Drop tank fuel remaining, proceed as follows:

4. Drop tank transfer switch. PRESSURIZE


5. Fuel transfer bypass. ACTIVATE

26 Chanflp.rl1 May 197R Changed 1 May 1978 26A


SECTION II
ASYMMnRIC WING Sf A liON LOAD LIMITATION NOMOGRAM
20,000 20,000
NORMAL PROCEDURES
·.
19,000 1000
11,000
0-

0 2000
TABLE OF CONTENTS
15,000
17,000 g 3000

0
16,000 i:I 12,500
4000
700 Subject Page
15,000 0 to,OOO 5000
\ :I
100

200
\ ,, 2000
14,000

13,000
~
I;;
5000
7500

5120
6000

7000
0 6DO

SOO
Briefing Guide ......... , ...................... 28
300
\
\
1500
.
12,000
11,000 ~
.
:I
:I
(
1000

'9000.~
500
400
Preflight Checklist ............................. 31
\ / 1900 Exterior Inspection ....... , ...... , ... , ......... 31
.
~

400 1000 to,OOO 10,000 ~~-


/ 300
\
\ " /
~~
9000
3 It,OOO
1500 A Interior Inspection Before Entering Cockpit ......... 36
••
SOO / 200
SOO 1000 t2,OOO
6DO
,
,
7000
6000
~
g
5120

7500/
G
SOoo
\),000 2000
100 Interior Inspection After Entering Cockpit. , ....... 36A
700 14,000 LOAD AT
0 Starting Engine .............................. 360
LOAD Al
LOAD AT \
STATION 2 {OOO !:I /
/ 10,000 15,000
STATION 4
IPOUNDSI LO"D AT
IPOUNDSI
ST"TlON I
IPOUNDS! 4090 0 /
:I/12,Soo
16,000
SI .. TION S
IPOUNDSI
Pilot-Controlled Start. . . . . . . . . . . . ........... 360
\
3000, !:! 17,000
Ground-Controlled Start. . . . . . . . . ........... 360
/~ IS.OOO
2000
'" 11,000
1000
~
.
f :I
:I
19.000
Modified Pilot-Controlled Start ............ , .. , , .. 37
0
MOMINT TO
20.000 20,000 Engine Idle Check Curves , .. , ....... " .... , ..... 38
TOT .. L MOMINt 10
pon .. SYMMEI." st ....OA.D
DUI TO LOADS MOMINT DUI TO LO .. DS Abnormal Starts ... , .. , .. , .... ,., ..... , ... , ... 39
AT ITA liONS 1f00T -POUNDII AT ST .. TlONS
I AND 2
1f00T-POUNDSI
4 "NO S
IFOOt·POUNDSI
Hung Start ..... , . , ... , . , .. , , . , ....... , , , , .. , . 39
to USI tHI NOMOG ... M (ONNlct tHI KNOWN LOADS ON stATIONS I AND 2 IFO. MODILS
A-41/C STAIION SAND , LOADS All ZUO' WIIH .. N IXIINDID SIIAIGHt LlNI. lEAD tHI
Hot Start ..................................... 39
MOMINI TO '011 DUI TO LOADS AT stATIONS I "NO 2. IIPlAT tHIS .10CIDUIl fOI StAIIONS
4 .. NO S to fiND stAI.OAID MOMINT. CONNIC! THI 5TAIlOA.D MOMINI AND ,on MOMINI False Start ............... , ....... , ..... , ..... 39
WIIH A SIIAIGHI LlNI. lEAD tOTAL AlYMMItIiC MOMINT AI THI 'OjTElSICTlON Of IHI
CONNICTING UNI AND THE 10TAL ASYMMIIIIC MOMENT SCALI. If THI TOTAL ASYMMIIIIC
MOMINI IS IllS THAN IHAT AILOWID fOI A GIVEN OPIIATION IHI LOADING IS SATlSfAClon. Wet Start ............................... , .... 39
UMIlATlONS, EXAMPlE,
fiELD LANDINOS . _ ...... , ..... I2,SOO fI-II
A lOAD AT ST AlION S .......... 2S0 II Clearing Engine ............................... 39
I LOAD AT STATION 4 ......... 1000 LI
FIE,D TAKIOfFS
O. CAIIIII LANDINGS . .. 1100'1-1.
( MOM IN I It) UAlIOA.D ... 1620 FT-LI
o LOAD Al STATION I ............ 0 II Poststart Checklist ............ , ................ 40
I LOAD AI SIATION 2 " ........ 300 II
.. 5120 FT-I.
CAIIIEI CA TA'U" . F MOM IN I TO .on •....... 1I7S fI-II
o TOTAL ASYMMEl.ICAI
Pretakeoff Checklist ............................ 41
MOMINI ................ 6745 n·la
TAlI-9'" Jet Penetrations ....... , .... , .......... , ... , ... 42
Securing Engine .... , .......... , .... , .......... 42

Asymmetric Wing Station Load Limitation Nomogram

26B Chan!led 1 May 1978 Changed 1 May 1978 27


NAVAIR OI·40AVD·16
NAVAIR OI·40AVD·16

BRIEFING GUIDE 7. Penetration R[ocedurcs and minimums


8. Ship/field approach and runway lighting
The briefing guide will include the following items. when
9. GCA/CCA procedures and minimums. missed
applicable.
approach
10. Recovery: course rules, patterns, breakup, landing,
waveolT
General
II. Divert and emergency fields/ready deck
I. Aircraft assigned, call signs. event number, and deck
spot
2. Succession [() lead
.~. Fuel load. stores, and aircraft gross weight Communications
4. Engine start, taxi, and takeoff times
5. Rendezvous instructions. takeoff distance, speed, and J. Frequencies
line speed 2. Controlling agencies
3. Radio procedure and discipline
4. ADIZ procedures
Mission 5. IFF
6. Navigational aids
I. Primary 7. Hand/light signals
2. Secondary 8. Shift of aircraft control will be accomplished with posi.
3. Operating area/rargct tive ICS call
4. Control agency
;. Time on station or over mrget Weapons

I. Loading
Navigation and Flight Planning 2. Arming
3. Special routes because of ordnance aboard
1. Duty runway/predicted Foxtrot eorpen for launch
4. Pattern
and recovery. and position in the force
5. Armament switches
2. Climbout
6. Aiming point/sector setting
.1. Operating area procedures and rcstrictcd areas
7. Run.in/entryairspeed
4. Mission plan. inc.:luding fuel/oxygen management
8. Minimum release/pullout altitudes
and PIM
9. Duds, hung ordnance procedures, dearming, jettison
;. Bingo/low state fuel
area
6. Marshal/holding (normal and emergency) 10. Safety
11. "G" vs gross weight

'28 29
NAVA •• O\-40AVD-1I
NAVA•• O\-40AVD-1I

Weather
PREFLIGHT CHECKLIST
I. Local area, en route, and destination (existing and
Consult Naval Aircraft Flight Record (yellow sheet) to
forecast) determine status of aircraft, and that the aircraft has been
2. Weather at airernace/divert fields fully serviced with fuel, oil, liquid oxygen, compressed air,
.~. Winds, jct stream, temperature, and conrrail band and hydraulic fluid .
width
EXTERIOR INSPECTION
Forward Fuselage
Emergencies I. External canopy control handle ........ STOWED,
ACCESS DOOR CLOSED
I. Takcoff aborts 2. Static pressure vent (2 vents left side) .... CLEAR
2. Radio failure 3. Engine bleed static port (left side) ........ CLEAR
3. Loss of N AV AIDS 4. Angle-of-attack vane .............. CONDITION
4. Loss of visual contact with flight 5. Air-conditioning intake and exhaust ducts ... CLEAR
6. Nose compartment panels ......... CONDITION,
5. Lost plane procedures
SECURITY
6. Downed pilot and SAR 7. Nose compartment cooling air inlet ....... CLEAR
7. Aircraft emergency procedures and system failures 8. Air refueling probe cover ........... REMOVED
8. Ejection procedures 9. Static pressure vent (right side) .......... CLEAR
10. Controls access panel (right side) ....... SECURE

Air Intelligence and Special Instructions

1. Friendly/enemy force disposition


11. Nosewheel well door .. CONDITION, SECURITY
IIA. Air·conditioning ground test plug
(nosewheel well) ................. SECURITY
I
12. Nose gear shock strut ...... , ..... EXTENSION,
2. Current situation
NO LEAKAGE
.~. Targets
4. Safety precautions
12A. Nosewheel spindle nut ............ SECURITY I
13. Nosewheel steering wire
5. R~ports and authentication bundle/lines ..... , .... CONDITION, LEAKAGE
6. Esbpc and evasion 14. Nosewheel tire ................... CONDITION
IS. Nose gear downlock pin ............. INSERTED
16. Nosegear actuator ................ CONDITION
17. Emergency generator .... RETRACTED, SECURE
18. External canopy jettison handle
(both sides) .. STOWED, ACCESS DOOR CLOSED
19. Gun flash suppressors and guns ......... SECURE
20. Engine forward compartment ...... CONDITION,
SECURITY

30 Changed 1 April 1974 31


NAVAIR O\·40AVD·1B
NAVAIR O\.40AVD·1B

21. Guncharger pneumatic pressure gage ....... CHECK 7. Spoiler ...... , ... ,', .. " ... ,.," CONDITION
22. Gearcase oil drain line cap ........... LOCKWIRED 8. Wink tank filler cap .. , . , . , ..... , ... , , ,SECURE
23. Aileron power package .................... CHECK
ALIGNING MARKS
Aft Fuselage and Tail Section
24. AJB-3A GND TEST switch ............ ,NORMAL
f 25. Fuel boost curout switch ..... ' .......... NORMAL 1. All fuselage access doors ....... , ....... CLOSED
2. Speed brake .......... CONDITION, SECURITY
Right Wheel Well 3. LOX compartment .... CONDITION, SECURITY
4 . T al'1 pIpe
. cover ..................... REMOVED
1. Well doors '" , ................... ,CONDITION,
SECURITY 5. Tailpipe ........ , ...... CRACKS, WRINKLES,
BURNS, FUEL DEPOSITS
2. Taxilight , , . , . , . , ..................... SECURITY
3. Gun pneumatic pressure gage, .. , , ....... , .. CHECK
6. Taillight ........................ CONDITION
7. Rudder, elevator and horizontal
4. Armament safety disable switch. , ...... , ...... SAFE stabilizer ............ CONDITION, BONDING
5. Catapult hook .. , ................ , .... PRELOAD,
8. Speedbrakes .......... CONDITION, SECURITY
SECURITY
9. Arresting hook ..... LOCKED UP, CONDITION
6. Main gear downlock pin ......... , ..... INSERTED
10. Tension bar retainer .............. CONDITION
7. ShlH.'k strut .. ' .... ', .... "., ....... EXTENSION,
11. Arresting hook holddown cylinder
NO LEAKAGE
pressure gage .................... 900 + 50 PSI
8. Tire , .... , ......................... CONDITION
12. Engine aft compartment ...... , ... CONDITION,
9. Brakes .... , .. , ............ , ....... CONDITION, SECURITY
NO LEAKAGE
13. Flap actuator .................... CONDITION
10. Main landing gear actuator , .... , ' ... CONDITION
14. Drop tank pressure fueling switch ........... OFF
11. Fuel system vent ,.,.' .... ' ..... ,' ........ CLEAR
15. Engine fuel drain lines ........... CONNECTED
(aft engine compartment)

I
Right Wing
1. General condition .......... WRINKLES, CRACKS,
LOOSE RIVETS,
FUEL DEPOSITS
! WARNING

2. Wing rack/stores ... , ..................... SECURE Do not pull any cable in the aft engine compart.
3. Drop rank filler cap .. , ................... SECURE ment. Inadvertent full or partial elevator discon-
4. Slar ........... , ....... ,.,.,' FREE MOVEMENT nect or lowering of the arresting hook may result.
5. Navigation and fuselage (wing)
lights ", .. , ... , .. ,., .. , .. ,', ...... CONDITION 16. Elevator power disconnect
hook and power hook drive
6. Aileron and flap .......... , . , ...... CONDITION, pin (aircraft reworked per
BONDING A·4 AFC 530) .. " .... , ...... ,., ... ENGAGED
32 Changed 1 April 1974 33
NAVAIR OI·40AVD·18
NAVAIR OI·40AVD.\8

Cockpit Area, External


Left Wing
1. General condition ........ WRINKLES, CRACKS, l. External canopy jettison handle ......... STOWED;
LOOSE RIVETS ACCESS
FUEL DEPOSITS DOOR
CLOSED
2. Wing flap and aileron .......... CONDITION, 2. Controls access panel .................. SECURE
BONDING
3. Angle·of-attack vane .............. CONDITION,
3. Aileron tab .................... CONDITION FREE
4. Spoiler ........................ CONDITION MOVEMENT
5. Navigation and fuselage (wing) 4. Engine intake plugs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. REMOVED
lights ......................... CONDITION S. Intake ducts ........................ FREE OF
6. Slat ...................... FREE MOVEMENT
7. Wing rack/stores .................... SECURE
FOREIGN
8. Drop tank filler cap .................. SECURE
OBJECTS
9. Approach lights and cover ....... CONDITION 6. Canopy cover. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. REMOVED
7. Fuselage tank fillercap ................. SECURE
Left Wheelwell 8. Pitot tube cover .................... REMOVED
9. Total temperature sensor cover ........ REMOVED
10. Canopy surface and seal ............ CONDITION
1. Well door ........... CONDITION, SECURITY
2. Capture hook ........... PRELOAD, SECURITY
3. Main gear down lock pin ........... INSERTED
4. Shock strut ....... EXTENSION, NO LEAKAGE
5. Tire .......................... CONDITION
6. Brakes ......... CONDITION, NO LEAKAGE
7. Main landing gear actuator ...... CONDITION
8. Retraction release switch ......... CONDITION

Center Fuselage, Underside

1. Fuselage rack store ................... SECURE


2. Centerline fuel tank cap ............... SECURE
3. Centerline external baggage container .. SECUREj
(If installed) CHECK BAGGAGE
TIEDOWNj DOORS
SECURED
4. Forward engine and accessories
1 section access doors ................... CLOSED
S. Link and case ejection chutes ............. CLEAR

34 Changed 1 May 1978 Changed 1 May 1978 3S


NAVAIR 01·40AVD·18
NAVAl. 01·iOAVD-18

INTERIOR INSPECTION BEFORE


ENTERING COCKPIT INTERIOR INSPECTION BEFORE
ENTERING COCKPIT (CONT.)
FWD COCKPIT AFT COCKPIT
FWD COCKPIT AFT COCKPIT
DUAL SOLO
DUAL SOLO
1. Ejection seat control safety handle
(headknocker) ..................... DOWN 23. Emergency restraint release
2. Ejection seat control safety handle handle/parachute arming
safety pin (1) •.•.....••....•.•. REMOVED cable •....•••......••• CONNECTED AND
3. Seat firing control mechanism STOWED
initiator safety pins (2) •••....•.. REMOVED 24. External pilot chute static
4. CanopY-5eat interlock initiator line ..•..•.•...•.•..••• ROUTED UNDER
safety pins (2) ....••.•••..•.••• REMOVED ARMING CABLE
5. Canopy interlock (observe through 25. Power inertia reel hose quick
sight in control box housing) •..... ENGAGED disconnect .....•.......•••.•..•. SECURE
6. Face curtain and lower ejection
handle firing control cables •....•.. ENGAGED
7. Ejection seat firing control release INTERIOR INSPECTION
fitting and firing control housing AFTER ENTERING COCKPIT
surfaces .........•..•.....•...... MATED
8. Face curtain ......••....•........ STOWED FWD COCKPIT AFT COCKPIT
9. Shoulder harness lockpin •.......••• SECURE
10. Shoulder harness inertia reel ..... OPERABLE DUAL SOLO
11. Parachute ripcord handle .•......... SECURE
12. Parachute pack ....... CLOSED/CONDITION 1. Emergency speedbrake knob ••.••.• NORMAL
13. Spreader gun safety pin .....••..... STOWED 2. Suit blower/exposure suit vent ..••.••.• OFF
3. Antiblackout (ANTI·G) suit, oxygen
I WARNING'
and radio communications
connections .••.••..••....••. CONNECTED
If ballistic spreader gun safety pin has not 4. Oxygen switch ••.•••••.. ON, CHECK FLOW, OFF
been removed. main parachute canopy will THEN OFF
not deploy. 5. AFCS standby switch ..•••••.••..•..• OFF
6. AFCS aileron trim switch ...•.••..•.. NORM
14. Delay initiator quick 7. Radar function selector switch •.•.•.••• OFF
(If installed)
disconnect .............•........ SECURE
8. Manual fuel shutoff control
15. Ejection seat control selector
lever ....................... AS DESIRED lever .•.•••..•••••...•.• CYCLE/NORMAL
16. Lapbelt and lapbe1t lockpins (2) •••.. SECURE (GUARD DOWN)
17. Emergency oxygen lanyard ..... CONNECTED 9. Smoke abatement switch •..••.••.••••. OFF
10. Emergency fuel trensfer switch ••.•..... OFF
18. Dart system lanyard •.......... CONNECTED
11. Drop tenks switch •.•..•.•••....•.••• OFF
19. Emergency beacon lanyard ..... CONNECTED
20. Lower ejection handle ............. STOWED
12. Engine start swi tch .................... UP
21. Emergency oxygen bottle ............ 170o F) 13. Fuel control switch ••....•.•..•.. PRIMARY
1800 PSI 14. Rudder trim control switch •••..•. NEUTRAL
22. Seat kit release handles .....•.•..•. STOWED • 15. Horizontal stabilizer manual
override •.••.•••..•••..••••.•• NEUTRAL
16. Throttle •••••.••.••••..•••.••.•.... OFF

36 Changed 1 May 1978 Changed 1 May 1978 36A


NAVAIR O\-40AVD·\B
NAVAIR O\-40AVD.\B

INTERIOR INSPECTION AFTER


ENTERING COCKPIT (CONT.) INTERIOR INSPECTION AFTER
ENTERING COCKPIT (CONT.)
FWD COCKPIT AFT COCKPIT
FWD COCKPIT AFT COCKPIT
DUAL SOLO
DUAL SOLO
17. Speedbrake switch .........•...... CLOSED
18. Master exterior lights switch ......••.•• OFF 52. Navigation computer (TA-4F) .... SET UP/OFF
19. Throttle friction .................... OFF 53. UHF function selector switch .••....... OFF
20. JATO jettison switch .••..•••••....•. SAFE 54. IFF master switch ...••.............. OFF
21. Flap handle •.......•••...•..•••...•.• UP 55. TACAN function selector switch
22. Spoiler switch ...•...••......•.•.... OFF (If installed) •.•...•.......•......... OFF
23. Nose'fVheel steering switch •..•...••••. NORM 56. Radar function selector switch
24. JATO arming switch ....•........•.•. OF F (If installed) • . • • • • • . • • . • . . • • . • . . •• OF F
26. Catapult handgrip ....•.•......... STOWED 57. Compass control panel •• SLAVED, LATITUDE
26. Landing gear handle ....•.•...••••••. DOWN SET
27. Emergency landing gear handle •.•... STOWED 58. UHF auxiliary receiver functional
28. Emergency bomb release handle ..... STOWED selector switch .••.•.•••••••.••••..•. OFF
29. Vertical velocity indicator ..........••••.. 0 59. Interior light switches •••••••.• AS DESIRED OFF
30. Altimeter •........••................ SET 60. Spare lamps container ••• ADEQUATE SUPPL Y
31. AJB-3 all-attitude indicator pitch AND LID CLOSED
trim adjustment knob ., _ •.....•.....•• SET 61. UHF antenna switch ITA-4F) ...•.••.•... UP
32. Airspeed indicator .....•.......•••.. 0, SET 62. TACAN antenna switch .••.••......•• AUTO
33. Gunsight brightness control ............ OFF 63. Rain removal switch ••••...•.•..•.... OFF
34. Accelerometer .......••••. PUSH TO RESET 64. Anti·icing switch ••••.•••••..••••.••• OFF
35. APC standby switch ...••.•.....•.•... OFF 65. Emergency generator bypass
36. APC temperature switch •...•......••.. STD switch ••...•••••...••••...••.• NORMAL
37. Data link power switch ..•.•.•.•.•.... OFF 66. Air distribution control
38. Gunsight ......•..•..•..•..... SET, LOCK lever .•.••.•••..•..•.....•.. AS DESIRED HEAD
39. Standby attitude indicator ... UNLOCKED/SET UNLOCKED 67. Temperature control knob .•...• AS DESIRED MEDIUM
40. BDHI function selector RANGE
switch ...........•.•.•..... AS DESIRED 68. Cabin pressurization switch .••••... NORMAL
41. Stores emergency jettison select 69. Air conditioning OFF/ON
switch •..•.......•••••.•••• AS DESIRED switches •.••••.•...••••.••.. AS DESIRED
42. All armament switChes ...•.•.•.....•.. OFF 70. External light switches •.••.•••• AS DESIRED
43. Radar altimeter .............•....•.. OFF 71. Anticollision light .•.......••. AS DESIRED
44. Manual flight control handle ........ STOWED
46. ICS radio control panel
switches •..•.•.............. AS DESIRED
46. Emergency generator release
handle .....••.•.•....•.•.....• STOWED
47. Arresting hook handle ....•.•.....••.... UP
48. Canopy jettison handle ...•.... STOWED/PIN
REMOVED
49. Fuel transfer bypass switch .•.•••..••. NORM
50. White floodlight control •....•• AS DESIRED OFF
51. Doppler radar function selector
switch (TA-4F~ ..................... OFF

368 Changed 1 May 1978 Changed 1 May 1978 36C


NAVAIR 01-40AVD-l B
NAVAIR OI-40AVD-l.

STARTING ENGINE
MODIFIED PILOT-CONTROLLED START
PILOT-CONTROLLED START
After application of air/external power, After application of air / ignitor power,
1. Throttle ................................ OFF 1. Throttle ................................ OFF
2. Engine starter switch ...... DEPRESS TO START 2. Engine starter switch ...... DEPRESS TO START
3. 5 % rpm, throttlE: ......................... IGN 3. 5 % rpm, throttle ......................... 1GN
4. 15 % rpm, throttle ....................... IDLE 4. 15 % rpm, throttle ...................... IDLE
5. Stabilized idle rpm ........ (SEE ENGINE IDLE 5. Stabilized idle rpm ........ (SEE ENGINE IDLE
CHECK CURVES FOR CHECK CURVES FOR
MINIMUM IDLE RPM) MINIMUM IDLE RPM)
6. Disconnect power.
Note
GROUND-CONTROLLED START No aircraft instrument except the tachometer and
1. Pilot holds one finger vertically .. PiC CONNECTS the EGT indicator are operable during the start
EXTERNAL POWER cycle until the generator comes on the line.
AND STARTS GTC
2. ICS ................................. CHECK 6. Disconnect power.
3. Master press-to-test .................... CHECK
4. Throttle ................................ OFF
After plane captain signals that GTC is up to speed,
5. Two fingers held vertically ..... PiC OPEN GTC
AIR VALVE
6. 5 % rpm, throttle ......................... IGN
7. 15 % rpm, throttle ....................... IDLE
8. 45% rpm, three fingers held
vertically ............... PiC CLOSE GTC AIR
VAL VE AND REMOVE
STARTER AIR HOSE
9. Stabilized idle rpm, pilot holds
four fingers vertically .. Pic SELECTS INTERNAL
ELECTRICAL POWER,
SECURES POWER UNIT,
REMOVES ELECTRICAL
CABLE, SECURES ACCESS
PANEL (SEE ENGINE IDLE
CHECK CURVE FOR MINIMUM
IDLE RPM)

360 Changed 1 May 1978


Changed 1 May 1978 37
NAVAIR 01-40AVO-18
NAVAIR 01-40AVO-18

ABNORMAL STARTS
ENGINE IDLE CHECK CURVE - J52-P-6A/B HUNG START
DATA AS OF: 9 S'pi.""., 1966
UODEL: TA- 4F/TA- 4J DATA BASIS: ContriQOrS 1.lm CUI....
When engine lights off normally, rpm stabilizes below idle
62 m::;:q:++++~m (usually 40 to 45 percent), and EGT continues to rise toward
maximum temperature limits:
6°Bffffl 1. Throttle (FWD COCKPIT) .................. OFF
2. Engine starter ........... CONTINUE CRANKING

HOT START
Any start during which EGT momentarily exceeds 455°C is
a hot start. If lightoff occurs and starting EGT limits may be
exceeded, retard throttle toward OFF and monitor EGT. If
EGT limits cannot be maintained:
1. Throttle (FWD COCKPIT) .................. OFF
2. Engine starter ........... CONTINUE CRANKING

FALSE START
-20 0 20 40 60
AMBIENT AIR TEMPERATURE IDEGREES FAHRENHEITI
100
If engine lights off normally, but rpm does not increase to
idle (50 to 60 percent) and EGT remains within limits, the
ENGINE I DLE CHECK CURVE - J52-P-SAiB start is false. When false start occurs:
MODEL: TA-4F
DATA AS OF. 9 S.piomber 1966
DATA BASIS: ConlraciOls Trim Co",. 1. Throttle (FWD COCKPIT) .................. OFF
62 r-7'r':""""'' ' ' ' ' 2. Engine starter .......................... PULL UP

WET START
When engine Iightoff is not obtained within 20 seconds of I
throttle IGN, no EGT, and fuel vapor is emitting from the
tailpipe:
1. Throttle (FWD COCKPIT) .................. OFF
Do not actuate igniters.
54
2. Engine starter ........... CONTINUE CRANKING
52 3. Proceed with dear engine procedure.

CLEARING ENGINE
·20 0 20 40 60 so 100 120
To dear engine of excess fuel after abnormal starts:
AMBIENT AIR TEMPERATURE IDEGREES FAHRENHEITl
TA1B-49
1. Throttle (FWD COCKPIT) .................. OFF
2. Engine starter button .................... DEPRESS
3. Allow starter to crank engine .......... 15 to 20 SEC
Engine Idle Check Curves 4. Engine starter button .................... PULL UP

38 Changed 1 May 1978 Changed 1 May 1978 39


NAVAIR 01-40AVO-18

NAVAIR 01-40AVO-18

POSTSTART CHECKLIST
30. Drop tank pressure ...................... OFF
1. ICS ................................ CHECK 31. Pins ................. PLANE CAPTAIN PULL
2. Headknocker(s) ................. AS DESIRED AND STOW
3. Rain removal ........................ CHECK 32. AlB-3 .............................. ERECT
4. Canopy ........................ AS DESIRED 33. Oil quantity ......................... CHECK
5. Master press-to-test ...................... TEST 34. Standby gyro ........................ ERECT
6. Anti-g suit vent ....................... CHECK 35. Altimeter ................ CHECKED AND SET
7. AFCS ............................... STBY 36. EPR .................................. SET
8. Drop tanks ........................... PRESS
9. Fuel quantity ................ CHECK INT/EXT
10. Lox quantity ......................... NOTE
II. Radar altimeter ..................... ON/SET PRETAKEOFF CHECKLIST
12. Doppler ............................. STBY
13. Nav computer ......................... STBY I. Trim
14. UHF .............................. T/R & G Rudder ............................... 0 0
IS. IFF ................................. STBY Horizontal Stabilizer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 8 0 UP
16. TACAN .............................. REC Aileron ................... SYMMETRICAL
17. Auxiliary receiver ....................... ADF 2. Harness ............................ LOCKED
18. Compass controller ....................... SET 3. Canopy .............. DOWN. LUGS LATCHED,
19. Seat(s) ............................. CHECK BOLT LOCKED, LIGHT OUT
20. AFCS (if applicable) .............. CHECKS/OFF 4. Flaps ......................... SET AT 1/2
5. Speedbrakes ........................ CLOSED
Perform with plane captain signals: 6. Armament ................... OFF/SAFE/SET
7. Spoilers .................... ARMED (FIELD)
21. All flight controls ...................... FREE
22. Flaps ......................... FULL DOWN
Speedbrakes .......................... OPEN Prior to taking runway:
Hook ............................... DOWN
Spoilers ............ ARM/CHECK OPERATION 8. Ejection selector ............ VERIFY POSITION
23. Flaps .............................. UP/l/2 9. AFCS ................................ OFF
Speedbrakes ........................ CLOSED 10. Emergency transfer ... ,................. OFF
Hook .................................. UP II. Nosewheel steering .................. NORMAL
Spoilers ........................... DEARM 12. Oil quantity ......................... CHECK
24. E)nergency transfer ...................... ON 13. Cabin temperature ................ 12 O'CLOCK
25. Rudder trim ..................... CHECK/SET 14. Anti-ice ........................... AS REQ
26. Horizontal stab trim and override ......... CHECK 15. Headknocker ............................ UP
27. Horizontal stab .......................... SET 16. Controls ............................. FREE
28. Aileron .................. SET SYMMETRICAL
CHECK TRIM TAB
29. Emergency transfer ..................... OFF
40 Changed 1 May 1978 Changed 1 May 1978 41
NAVAIR OI·40AVD·18
NAVAIR 01.40A'ID·18

Before takeoff:
17. Throttle ................... 85 PERCENT RPM Note
18. Fuel control ....................... MANUAL For engine cooling purposes, whenever the engine
19. Fuel control light ........................ ON has been operated above approximately 85 percent
20. Fuel flow/EPR ................ FLUCTUATION for a period exceeding one minute, the engine
21. RPM .................. DROP WITHIN LIMITS should be operated at idle for a period of at least
22. Fuel control ....................... PRIMARY three minutes, just prior to shutdown.
23. Fuel control light ....................... OFF
24. All caution lights ....................... OFF
25. Engine instruments ............... NORMAL 11. Clear air-conditioning system of condensation after
26. ICS .......................... AS REQUIRED each flight by turning temperature control to full
hot and depressing anti-g suit valve until warm
JET PENETRATIONS air is expelled.
I. Navaids ................. TUNED/IDENTIFIED 12. Internal/external power switch ......... EXTERNAL
2. Compass ........................... ALIGNED (Plane Captain)
3. Weather field conditions .. . . . . . . . . . . .. CHECKED Note
4. Fuel ............................. CHECKED With A·4 AFC 338 over/under freC)uency protector
5. Air conditioning ......................... HOT installed, step 12 need not be performed.
6. Anti-ice ....................... AS REQUIRED
7. Pressure altimeter ... . . . . . . .. CHECKED AND SET 13. With engine stabilized at IDLE, throttle ........ OFF
8. Radar altimeter ........................... SET 14. Oxygen .................................... OFF
SECURING ENGINE 15. Canopy .................... , .............. OPEN

The following steps will be performed prior to shutdown:


1. Flaps ....................................... UP
2. Speedbrakes .................................. IN Do not commence opening canopy (ambient cock-
3. Spoilers ................................ CLOSED pit temp permitting) until engine is below 40 per-
cent rpm. Above 40 percent, loose equipment lost
4. Deleted inadvertently from the cockpit area will likely be
5. Horizontal stabilizer trim ................... ZERO ingested into the engine.
6. Drop tank switch ........................... OFF
7. Radios and all electrical equipment ........... OFF t 6. Canopy jettison initiator
8. Gear pins, ordnance pins, and chocks ..... IN PLACE safety pin( s) .................... INSTALLED
9. Headknockers ............................ DOWN
10. Check oil level by depressing OIL LOW indicator
switch if installed. If light comes on, oil level is below
80 percent and must be serviced.

42 Changed 1 May 1978 Changed 1 May 1978 42A!(42B BlonlrJ


NA"AI~ OI·40AVD.IB

SECTION III
SPECIAL PROCEDURES
TABLE OF CONTENTS

w~ ~e
AFCS Preflight Checklist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . .. 44
ASN·41 Preflight Checklist .. , ...................... 45
APN·153 Preflight Checklist ....................... , 46
Operation of APG·53A (Airborne Tuning) ........... 46
Air Refueling Store ............................... 47
Time to EACjRAMP After Transfer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 50
Angle of Attack-Cruise Control ..... , ............. 51
MACH vs Temperature. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 52
JATO Firing Delay .............................. 53·54
JA TO Takeoff Distance .......................... 55·56
Crosswind Component ................ Inside Back Cover

43
NAVAl. OI-40AVD-18
NAVAIR OI-40AVD-IB

AFCS PREFLIGHT CHECKLIST 4. Place test switch in position N: AFCS and STAB
1. Turn AFCS power to STANDBY. AUG disengage.
5. Place standby switch OFF.
2. After 90 seconds place in position 1 on preflight panel. 6. Recheck takeoff trim settings.
a. Indicators should deflect upward.
b. Push right rudder pedal: yaw indicator swings down.
c. Engage STAB AUG: should hold. ASN·41 PREFLIGHT CHECKLIST nA·4F)
d. Engage AFCS: should not hold. 1. Function Switch ............................ TEST
*3. Place in position 2 for at least 30 seconds. 2. BDHI Switch ...................... NAV CMPTR
*a. Indicators should deflect upward. Check the following readings:
*b. Engage AFCS: should hold. WIND SPEED ................... 223.6 -+-2.5 knots
*c. All indicators should null. WIND DIRECTION . ............ 091 ±1.5 degrees
LATITUDE PRESENT POSITION ......... . South
*d. Depress AP switch on stick grip, AFCS should not
hold. integration
LONGITUDE PRESENT POSITION .......... East
*e. Engage AFCSj move stick trim button to right.
integration
AFCS should not hold.
BDHI .......................... Smooth change in
*f. Engage AFCSj move stick trim button to left. AFCS distance indication
should not hold.
BDHI NO.1 Pointer.· ...........\ Depends on present
*g. Engage AFCSj move stick fully right. AFCS should position and destination
not hold. data set in.
*h. Engage AFCSj move stick fully left. AFCS should BDHI NO.2 Pointer ........... 30 ±1 degrees right
not hold. 3. Function Switch ............................ STBY
*i. Engage AFCSj turn TRIM switch on AFCS panel
4. Function Switch .............................. D2
to EMERG position. AFCS should not hold.
5. Latitude/Longitude Destination .... SET (Coordinates
*j. Engage AFCSj go to CSS. Move stick aft and trim
of point of return
stabilizer nose up. AFCS should not hold.
or present position)
*k. Engage AFCSj move stick forward and trim sta-
bilizer nose up. AFCS should not hold. 6. Function Switch ............................ STBY
1. Engage AFCS. Engage altitude hold: should hold. 7. Latitude/Longitude Destination .. SET (Coordinates of
primary target)
m. Move stick inca CSS. Altitude hold should drop out.
8. Latitude/Longitude Present Position ............ SET
n. Set preselect heading knob to that of ID-250. En-
(Coordinates of
gage heading hold: should hold.
present position)
o. Decrease heading and note stick move to left.
9. Magnetic Variation ........................... SET
p. Increase heading and note stick move to right.
10. Wind Direction/Velocity ..................... SET
*Indicates mandatory check.
44 Changed 1 April 1974 Changed 1 April 1974 45
NAVAIR 01-40AVD-18 NAVAIR 01-40AVD-IB

ANI APN-153 PREFLIGHT CHECKLIST (T A-4F) AIR REFUELING STORE n A-4FJ


1. Function Switch ............................ TEST Limitations
Note 1. Carriage .................... 500 KIAS or 0.80 IMN
Allow equipment to warm up for approximately 2. Un feathering (Normal Operation) ........ 300 KIAS
5 minutes and check:
Memory Light ................................ Out 3. Refueling Operation ......... 300 KIAS or 0.80 IMN
Groundspeed ........................ 121 ±5 knots 4. Drogue Retraction ...................... 250 KIAS
Drift Angle ......................... 0 ±2 degrees
5. Hose Jettison ........................... 250 KIAS
2. Function Switch ........................... STBY
Malfunctions
OPERATION OF APG-53A (TA-4F)
1. Hose Jettison
(AIRBORNE TUNING)
a. Move hose jettison switch to JETTISON position.
1. Mode switch .. , .STBY. Allow 3 minutes for warmup. b. Do not change position of hose jettison switch after
2. BRIL, STOR, RET knobs ............ Fully clockwise jettisoning hose and drogue.
3. GAIN, DETAIL knobs ....... Fully counterclockwise 2. Drogue and Coupling Lost
4. Range switch ............................. LONG a. Move drogue position switch to RET.
5. Terrain switch .......................... PROFILE b. Extend EMERGENCY GENERATOR.
ANGLE OF ATTACK COMP switch ........... ON c. Refueling Master switch OFF.
6. Mode switch .... TC. Note that 1000·foot clearance line d. Select generator BYPASS and regain main generator.
intersects proper indices on face of scope.
Note
7. In level flight at 3000 to 5000 feet, advance GAIN The store may be dumped. Do not move Refueling
until return covers width of scope and is approximately Master switch to ON.
5 degrees wide (between any two horizontal scribed
lines On scope). The above procedure is recommended to reduce the fire
8. Advance DETAIL to narrow return to approximately hazard created by actuation of hose jettison. A secondary
1 degree. procedure is as follows:
9. Adjust BRIL and RET to suit pilot. a. Move drogue position switch to RET.
Set is now tuned and will remain tuned when switched b. Operate hose jettison switch to JETTISON and leave
to any plan mode of operation. in this position until after engine shutdown.

Note 3. Store Hydraulic/Electrical Failure


When switching from TC to OFF, pause momen· a. Ashore: Jettison hose and drogue only if dictated by
tarily in SEARCH to allow antenna to change from other factors; i.e., arrested landing, etc.
vertical to horizontal sweep and thus prevent jam· b. Carrier: Jettison hose and drogue, if possible.
ming in center position. c. Dump or return fuel to aircraft tanks.
46 47
NAVAIR Ol-40AVD-1l NAVAIR 01-40AVD-18

TANKER SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (TA-4F) 2. Drogue position switch ....................... EXT

1. Do not un feather turbine or extend drogue over popu- 3. Drogue position indicator ..................... EXT
lated area or when other aircraft are close abeam or be-
hind. HOOKUP AND TRANSFER (T A-4FJ
2. Do not extend drogue if hydraulic leak has been ob- 1. Drogue position indicator ....... " ............ TRA
served. 2. Transfer switch ........................... TRANS
3. Do not extend drogue with any electrical failure. 3. Fuel counter ............... (COUNTS GALLONS)
4. Delay landing 10 minutes after dumping, if possible. a. To transfer more than 300 gallons:
ship-tank switch ..................... TO STORE
S. Do not energize turbine after dumping fuel.
(AFTER TRANSFERRING 50 GALLONS)
PRESTART (TA-4F)
STOP TRANSFER AND DROGUE RETRACT (TA-4F)
1. Refueling master switch ....................... OFF
1. Transfer switch .............................. OFF
2. Fuel counter .................................. 000 After Disengagement:
3. Drogue position switch ....................... RET 2. Drogue position indicator ..................... EXT
When receiver aircraft clear:
4. Transfer switch .............................. OFF
3. Drogue position switch ....................... RET
S. Hose jettison switch ............ OFF (FORWARD)
After drogue retracted:
6. Light switch .......................... (DAY) BRT
4. Refueling master switch " .. ,. , ................ OFF
(NIGHT) DIM
7. Ship-tank switch ...... , .. " ................... OFF PRELANDING (TA-4F)
POSTSTART (TA-4F) 1. Refueling master switch ...................... OFF*

1. Ship-tank switch ............ , ....... FROM STORE 2. Drogue position indicator ., ................... RET
3. Drogue position switch ............ " ......... RET
2. Dump light ................................ TEST
Note 4. Transfer switch .............................. OFF
If there is fuel in the store, the light should come 5. Hose jettison switch ............ OFF (FORWARD)
on. If there is no fuel in the store, press PRESS-TO-
6. Ship-tank switch ............................. OFF
TEST light to test bulb.
3. Ship-tank switch ............................. OFF IfcFuel dumping should always be done prior to any arrested
landing either afloat or ashore.
PREHOOKUP (T A-4F)
1. Refueling master switch ........................ ON

48 49
NAVAIR OI-40AVD-18
NAVAIR Ol-40AVD-IB

ANGLE OF ATTACK-CRUISE CONTROL


TA-4' TANKER
MINIMUM Na IIMAININO .un. JUHanl In the event of failure of the airspeed system, the following
sample angle-of-attack indications can be used for climb,
cruise, and descent.
DATA AI 0', , MAY 1972

ANGLE-OF-ATTACK
COCKPIT INDICATOR
CONDITION UNITS

Maximum rate of climb. . . . . . . . . 4.5 to 9.0

Maximum range descent or


maximum endurance at all
altitudes .................... . 10.5

Cruise at 5000 feet ........... . 6.6 to 7.0

Cruise at 35,000 feet .......... . 7.7 to 9.0

250-knot descent with


speedbrakes extended ......... . 7.0*

* Gross weight of 14,000 pounds. Add/subtract 0.35 units


for each increase/decrease of 1000 pounds gross weight.
Valid for all configurations.

The above data are based on an aircraft with two 300-gaUon


10 120 110 200 24G external tanks. For a dean aircraft these angle-of-attack
TIME TO IACIIAMP·MINUTES
TA1,",,7.'
indicator units should be decreased 1.0 units for the maxi-
mum endurance condition and 0.6 units for the cruise and
rate-of-climb.

Note
When above speeds of 200 KIAS, an angle-of-attack
error of 0.5 unit is equal to an airspeed error of 25
Time to EACIRAMP Alter Transler- TA-4F KIAS or more.

50 Cht'lnqecf 1 April 1974 51


NAVAIR 01-40AVD-1l
NAVAIR 01-40AVD-18
INDICATED MACH NUMBER AT
TRUE AIRSPEED OF 450 AND 500 KNOTS
MODEL: TA-4F/TA-4J DATA AS OF:
JATO FIRING DELAY
ENGINE(S): J52·P·8A/J52·P·6A DATA BASIS: FLIGHT TEST (NAVY)
HAL. FLAPS TWO JATO UNITS:
INDICATED INDICATED
TEMPERATURE TEMPERATURE MODU, TA-4. DATA AS 0., 1 MAY 1972
MACH NUMBER MACH NUMBER
ENGINE: J52.'·I"'. DATA IASIS: FUGHT TEST (NAVY)
°C OF 450 KNOTS 500 KNOTS °C of 450 KNOTS 500 KNOTS 170 .' •.. _,
; :·1· ,
-20 -4.0 .7236 .8037 13 55.4 .6823 .7561 ~ 160 _._' L ....-:
o I).
-19 -2.2 .7222 .8021 14 57.2 .6811 .7548 ~
I
-18 -.4 .7208 .8006 15 59.0 .6S00 .7535
51

:;: .
-17 1.4 .7194 .7990 16 60.S .6788 .7522 ~ 140
-16 3.2 .7180 .7975 17 62.6 .6776 .7509 ~
, i ' I;::. ;;...~ ::.
TAKIOFF AIISPEED
.. 130 ! .:...;..... . ~ MAXIMUM TAKEOFF WEIGHT
-15 5.0 .7166 .7959 18 64.4 .6765 .7496 ~ MAY IE EXCEEDED. ifni TO
!i !:~
14

1
16 ; :::: : : ;:. FIGUIE 11-9 FOI MAXIMUM
~24' .............
:Sd~:::T :1 :+1TI~~~Of.F
-14 6.8 .7152 .7944 19 66.2 .6753 .7483 120
-13 8.6 .7139 . 7929 20 68.0 .6742 .7471 :W:E1'GHT.
5
... 110
: . ~

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7.~ .:': .; •
-12 10.4 .7125 .7913 21 69.S .6730 .7458 I 12S'- .
I OIOSS WElG . .. ,t :
-11 12.2 .7112 .7898 22 71.6 .6719 .7446 100 1-1000 'OUNII1 _ _ .... _ .. _. __
-10 14.0 .7098 .7883 23 73.4 .6707 .7433 I
... -20
-9 15.8 .70S5 .7869 24 75.2 .6696 .7421 ~"'l!:-IO :". ..
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25 77.0 .6685
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27
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:::- . "'::120 ...

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-5 23.0 .7032 .7809 28 82.4 .6651 .7371
-4 24.' .7019 .7795 29 84.2 .6640 .7359
-3 26.6 .7006 .7781 30 86.0 .6629 .7347
-2 28.4 .6993 .7767 31 87 .• .6618 .7335
-1 30.2 .6980 .7752 32 89.6 .6608 .7323 I
0 32.0 .6968 .7738 33 91.4 .6597 .7311
1 33.8 .6955
.6942
.7724 34 93.2
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.6575
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2 35.6 .7710 35
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3 37.4 .6930 .7696 36 96.8 .6565 .7276 40
4 39.2 .6917 .7683 37 98.6 .6554 .7264
5 41.0 .6905 .7669 38 100.4 .6544 .7252 -2 !
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6 42.8 .6893 .7655 39 102.2 .6533 .7241 J-U"
zo.o 0
7 44.6 .6880 .7641 40 104.0 .6523 .7229 ::>=~=
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8 46.4 .6868 .7628 41 105.8 .6512 .7218 +2
0
9 48.2 .6856 .7614 42 107.6 .6502 .7206
FIlING DfLA Y - 1000 FEEt TA11·1I·'

I 10
11
12
50.0
51.8
53.6
.6847
.6844
.6835
.7601
.7588
.7574
43
44
45
109.4
111.2
113.0
.6492
.6481
.6471
.7195
.7184
.7172
JATO Firing Delay CP-8AIBI
Mach vs T emperarure

52 rhanged 1 April 1974 53


NAVAIR 01-40AVD-18
NAVA/R 01-40AVD.1I

JATO 'IRING DlLAY JATO TAKEOff DISTANCE


HA~F FLAPS TWO JATO UNm
HALf fLAPS TWO JATO UNITS
MODllI fA .., DATA AS Of. , MAT 1.72
MODIL. TA"'II DATA AI Of. 1 MAY 1972 170
ENGINf: JS2·'·6AII DATA IASIS: fLIGHT TEST (NAVYI
110

.0 '60
..
Z
I
150
.........
Cl
140
=
:c 130
i
I...
120

110

4 5 • 7
TOTAL DISTANCE TO CUAR A SO fOOT OISTACLI-looo 'In TAII.13.'
JATO FIliNG DELAY - 1000 FEET TAII·12·C

JATO Firing Delay IP·6AI B) JATO Takeoff Distance IP·8AIS}

S4 Changed 1 May 1976 Changed 15 November 1976 55


NAVAIR Ot-40AVD-tl
SECTION IV
RefERENCE DATA
JATO TAKEOfF DISTANCE
TWO JATO UNITS TABLE OF CONTENTS

Sub;ect Page
Weight Factors ................................... 58
Fuel System Servicing ............................ " 59
Servicing Diagram ................................ 60
Pressure Fueling-Preferred Method ................ 62
Pressure Fueling-Alternate Method ................ 67
Pressure Fueling Air Refueling Store . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 70
Gravity Fueling. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 72
Engine Exhaust Smoke Abatement System
Servicing (TA-4F) .............................. 76
Engine Oil System Servicing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 78
Constant-Speed Ddve (CSD) Servicing ........... '" 79
Hydraulic System Servicing ....................... " 81
Utility Hydraulic System Filling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 81
Flight Control Hydraulic System Filling . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 86
0
Brake Reservoir Servicing .......................... 91
0=
d Rain Repellent Servicing ......................... " 91
~""I
40 Liquid Oxygen System Servicing .................... 95
-2 Emergency Oxygen Bottle Servicing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 96
~!i1~
C .. h External Power Application ........................ 100
Ihg
. . Ao . .
0
"e I Starting Requirements ............................. 101
Wheel Removal and Installation Procedures .......... 103
Main Gear Wheel-Removal .. , ..... , .............. 104
Main Gear Wheel-Installation .................... 105
Main Gear and Nose Gear Tire Pressures ............. 106

JATO Takeoff Distance (P-6AI8J

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NAVAIR 01-40AVD-1B

GENERAL
WEIGHT FACTORS (Pounds' This section describes the minimum servicing information
Total Operating Weight* (TA·4F) ............. **12,816 the pilot should know. The TA-4F/TA-4J Maintenance
Instruction Manual (NAVAIR OI.40AVD.2.1) contains the
Total Operating Weight (TA.4J) ................ 12,273 :omplete description of all servicing procedures (See fig-
(Includes two pilots and equipment, engine oil, trapped ure 1).
fuel and oil, five pylons, guns, oxygen, two AERO ID FUEL SYSTEM SERVICING
300-gallon fuel tanks, and armor plate.)
The aircraft may be serviced by either the pressure fueling
JP-4 fuel ................................. 6.S Ib/gal method or the gravity fueling method. The pressure fueling-
dcfueling receptacle valve permits single-point pressure fuel-
}p·S fuel ................................. 6.8 lb/gal ing (or defueling) of the aircraft. Individual filler parts
are provided for gravity fueling the aircraft.
JP-8 fuel ..... ........................ 6.7 lb/gall
One lS0.gallon drop tank ...................... 136 fUEL CONTROL FUEL SELECTOR
The fuel grade selector on the engine fuel control should
One 300.gallon drop tank 199 correspond to the grade of fuel being used. After JP-4 is in-
troduced into the fuel system of the engine, the specific grav·
One 400·gallon drop tank 240 ity switch on the fuel control will be set to JP.4. The setting
TER 7 rack 105 will not be returned to JP·5 until after the first flight during
which JP·5 has been used. When using a combined fuel load
MER 7 rack 223 of JP-4 and JP-5 on the JP-4 setting, the pilot must monitor
AERO 5A 1 launcher·adapter rack (T A.4F) ....... 99
EGT to ensure that full throttle operation remains within
the prescribed Umits. Use the JP-5 setting on the control when
using lP-8 fuel.
I
PMBR ........................................ 87
ADJUSTMENT (See figure 2.)
Air refueling store (300-gallon. empty) (TA·4F)... 72S Open the left·hand engine access door and observe the fuel
Starter pod (GTC-85, loaded) ................... 700 selector adjustment valve located on the upper aft end of
the fuel control. If the valve setting does not correspond to
MK 76 bomb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 25 grade of fuel being added, adjust fuel control fuel selector as
follows:
MK 106 bomb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 1. Remove retaining nut that secures locking bracket to
MK 104 shape ................................. 2000 retaining stud on housing.
2. Remove locking bracket from stud.
20 MM ammunition (200 rounds) ................ 142 3. Invert locking bracket and insert over hexagon shaft.
*Weight based on BuNo. 155071, weighed Nov 1968 4. Using locking bracket as a wrench, rotate hexagon shaft
until pointer on outside of valve is aligned with index
**Aircraft equipped with }52.P-6A engine, subtract 76 for grade of fuel being added.
pounds. 5. Replace locking bracket over hexagon shaft so that
For other weight factors, refer to A·4/TA·4 Taccical Manual slotted end fits over retaining stud on housing.
(NAVAIR 01-40AV-IT). 6. Secure bracket to retaining stud with washer and nut.
7. Close left·hand engine access door.
58 Changed 1 May 1978 Changed 1 May 1978 59
NAVAIR 01-40AVD·1B
NAVAIR OI-40AVD-IB

LIQUID OXYGEN 80TTlE


CAPACITY, )0 LitERS
SPEC, Mll·O·21210

I
JP-5 FUEL POSITION

FUEL SPECIFICATIONS
APPROVED FUEL REMOVE eMERCENCY
DXVCLN eOlTl[ FROM
ASHORE AFLOAT AIRCAAn PRIOR 10
SfRVICIHG,
I JP-4 JP-5 JP·8 JP-5 \
~------------------------~------------~ EUUG£NCV O)(VG£H
80lTlt
FILL to 1800 PSI WITH
NOTE: GAS£OIJS OXYG!"
SPEC, MIL-0·21210
FUEL TANK CAPACITIES BASED ON
USABLE FUEL AND PRESSURE FUELING.
TANKS US GAL IMP GAL LITERS
FUSELAGE FUEL CELL 104 83.3 369.8
WING INTEGRAL FUEL TANK 560 466.2 2119.6
EXTERNAL FUEL TANK, AERO lC 147 122.3 556.3
EXTERNAL FUEL TANK, AERO 10 295 245.6 1116.5
AIR REFUELING STORE 295 245.6 1116.5
EXTERNAL FUEL TANK, ATP-D1S 396 329.7 1498.8
tA18·tSC
N5118

Figure 1. Servicing Diagram Figure 2. Fuel Control Fuel Seledor Adjustment

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NAVAIR OI.40AVD·1B

PRESSURE FUELING
The preferred pressure fueling method requires the use of
external ac power. This method will be used at all times when
external ac power is available. If external ac power is nOl
available, the alternate pressure fueling method will be used.
When the alternate pressure fueling method is used, the ex-
ternal fuel tanks must be gravity fueled.
PRESSURE FUELING - PREFERRED METHOD
The preferred pressure fueling method requires the use of
external ac power input and single·point fueling source. Per-
form the fueling operation in the following sequence.
, ",f",'"

--f.ffp.... .. C"I" _ _""_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _""

I
~1'tlll-

r-- ... w,
WARNING 1It~,.
"_., au.......
OI' ... '

• Perform all fueling operations in a well·ventilated


area.
• Stop all maintenance on aircraft during fueling
operations.
• Ensure adequate grounding of aircraft and fueling
equipment.
• Ensure that no aircraft radar is in operation within MANUAL FLOW
ANO NO FLOW
Ii~
VAWl ..
100 feet of fueling operation and that no electrical
or electronic equipment is operating in the area. Q '\'
• Ensure that adequate fire fighting equipment is in
the immediate area of fueling operation.

Note
Aircraft must be on a level surface in a 4-degree
noseup attitude to ensure maximum capacity
fueling.
TAII-17

I 1. Ensure that WING FUEL DUMP /EMER TRANS


switch located on left hand console in both cockpits
are OFF.
Figure 3. Aircraft Fueling
2. Inspect fuel vent mast to ensure that it is not obstructed.

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WARNING I 8. Place external ac power in EXTERNAL position.


9. Start pressure fueling equipment and open manual flow
and no· flow valve on pressure fueling nozzle.
Failure of air to exhaust through fuel vent mast
during pressure fueling by che preferred mechod
may result in rupture of wing integral fuel tank
and/or fuselage fuel cell and possible injury to
WARNING I
personnel. Removal of gravity filler caps while pressure fuel-
ing is being accomplished may result in injury to
3. If external fuel canks are to be fueled, remove caps. personnel.
4. Open aft fuselage lower access door.
Note
When air refueling store or centerline 400.gallon
fuel tank is installed on aircrafc, afc fuselage lower To prevent damage to aircraft fuel syscem, maxi-
access door musc be removed to connecc pressure mum fueling pressure must not exceed 55 psi at any
fueling nozzle co pressure fueling·defueling adapter time.
valve.
10. Immediately after pressure fueling has started, test the
5. Remove cap from pressure fueling-defueling adapter fuel vent system for proper functioning by holding the
valve, and connect pressure fueling nozzle co pressure hand beneath fuel vent mast. (See figure 3.)
fueling-defueling adapccr valve. (See figure 3.)
Note
When the nozzle is connecced to che valve, the air-
craf~ is grounded automatically through che con-
WARNING I
nection, and no further grounding of individual If air is not exhausting from fuel vent mast, stop
fuel tanks is necessary. pressure fueling immediately and investigate the
fuel vent system. Failure to comply may result in
6. Ensure CHECK SWITCH on fueling panel is in FUEL- damage to equipment and injury to personnel.
ING ON position.
11. During the initial stage of pressure fueling, perform
7. Connecc external electrical ac power to aircraft. (Refer
functional test of pressure fueling shutoff components
to External Powcr Application.)
in sequential order given in steps 12 through 16.

WARNING I 12. Place and hold CHECK SWITCH in PRIMARY OFF


position. Fuel flow shall stop in 1 to 3 seconds.

Prorer connection of external ac power cable plug


to alCcraft external power rcccptacle must be made.
Failure (0 insen plug completely into reccptacle
can result in presence of high voltage on aircraft If fuel flow does not stop in 1 to 3 seconds, stop
metal surfaces. fueling immediately and investigate cause.

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Note 21. Place DROP TANK FUELING switch ON. Fuel flow
Due to fuel flow through pilot lines of float valves should commence to external tanks.
a 2-gpm maximum flow (registered on pressure fuel 22. After fuel flow has stopped (cell and tanks full), check
meter) is permissible. fuel-delivered meter for indication of pressure fueling
system internal leakage. Maximum leakage must not
13. Return CHECK SWITCH to FUELING ON position exceed 1 gpm.
Fuel flow should start. 23. Close manual flow and no·flow valve and shut down
14. Place CHECK SWITCH to SECONDARY OFF posi- pressure fueling equipment.
tion. Fuel flow shall stop in 1 to 3 seconds. 24. Place external ac power switch in INTERNAL posi.
15. Return CHECK SWITCH to FUELING ON position. tion.
Fuel flow should start. 25. Disconnect external ac power from aircraft.
16. Upon satisfactory completion of functional test, con- 26. Disconnect pressure fueling nozzle from pressure fuel·
tinue pressure fueling of aircraft. ing·defueling adapter valve and install cap.
17. During pressure fueling, inspect for evidence of fuel 27. Place DROP TANK FUELING switch to OFF position.
leakage. Correct if required. 28. Close and secure aft fuselage lower access door if
If a partial aircraft internal fuel load with full external applicable.
tanks is desired, proceed as follows and disregard steps 29. Replace external fuel tank caps if removed.
21 through 23. PRESSURE FUELING-ALTERNATE METHOD
18. Place and hold CHECK SWITCH at PRIMARY or
SECONDARY OFF position and place DROP TANK The pressure fueling alternate method must be used to fuel
FUELING switch to ON position. Fuel flow should the aircraft when single-point fueling source is available,
start into external tanks only. but external ac power is not. The external fuel tanks cannot
19. When fuel flow stops, return CHECK SWITCH to be fueled using the alternate method. Perform the alternate
FUELING position and return DROP TANK FUEL- method fueling operation in the following sequence.
ING switch to OFF.
I WARNING I
• Perform all fueling operations in a well-ventilated
If fuel flow does not shut off and overflows from area.
an external fuel tank, stOP fueling immediately and • Stop all maintenance on aircraft during fueling
investigate the cause as a float valve has not operated operations.
properly. • Ensure adequate grounding of aircraft and fueling
equipment.
20. When internal quantity reaches desired amount, dose
manual flow and no-flow valve and shut down pressure • Ensure that no aircraft radar is in operation within
fueling equipment. 100 feet of fueling operation and that no electrical
or electronic equipment is operating in the area.
If a full fuel load is desired, >disregard steps 18 through • Ensure that adequate fire fighting equipment is in
20 and proceed as follows.
the immediate area of fueling operation.

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Note
Aircraft must be on a level surface in a 4-degree
noseup attitude to ensure maximum capacity
To prevent damage to aircraft fuel system, maxi-
fueling. mum fueling pressure must not exceed 55 psi at
1. Remove gravity filler caps from the fuselage fuel cell any time. One man shall be posted at manual flow
and the integral wing tank. Use any suitable means to and no· flow valve to stop fuel flow immediately if
prevent entry of foreign material into openings. fuel flow does not stop when fuel tanks are full.

WARNING I 5. Start pressure fuelillg e(luipment and open manual flow


and no-flow valve on pressure fueling nozzle.

Wing integral fuel tank and fuselage fuel cell grav- 6. During pressure fueling, inspect for evidence of fuel
ity fuel filler caps must be removed prior to pres- leakage. Correct if required.
sure fueling aircraft by the alternate method. As ac 7. After fuel flow has stopped (wing integral tank and
electrical powor is nOt available, a malfunction of
fuselage fuel cell full), check fuel delivered meter for
the fuel vent system or any shutoff valve could
indication of pressure fueling system internal leakage.
result in rupture of the wing integral fuel tank Maximum leakage must not exceed I gpm.
and/or fuselage fuel cell with damage to the air-
craft and/or injury to personnel. Note
2. Inspect fuel vent mast to ensure that it is not obstructed. If external fuel tanks are installed, the tanks must
be fueled using the gravity method. (Refer to Grav.
3. Open aft fuselage lower access door. ity Fueling.)

Note 8. Close manual flow and no·flow val ve on fuel nozzle


When air refueling store or centerline 400-gal1on and shut down pressure fueling e(luipment.
fuel tank is installed, aft fuselage lower access door
must be removed to connect pressure fueling nozzle 9. Disconnect pressure fueling noale from fueling.
to pressure fueling-defueling adapter valve. dcfueling adapter valve and install valve cap.

4. Remove cap from pressure fueling·defueHng adapter 10. Verify that DROP TANK FUELING switch is in the
valve and connect pressure fueling nozzle to valve. (See OFF position.
figure 3.) J 1. Close and secure aft fuselage lower access door if
appl kable.
Note
When the nozzle is connected to the valve, the air- 12. Install fuselage fuel cell gravity ftller cap and secure
craft is grounded automatically through the con- access cover.
nection and no funher grounding of individual
fuel tanks is necessary. 13. Install wing integral fuel tank filler caps.

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NAVAIR 01-40AVD-IB

PRESSURE FUELING AIR REFUELING STORE


(T A-4F) (See figure 4.)
Note
The following procedures also apply to fueling
centerline 400-gallon external fuel tanks.

WARNING I - _ _ t TO FUELING
STATION OR
• Perform all fueling operations in a well-ventilated MOBILE SERVICE

EXTINGUISHER~
UNIT
area.
FIRE
• Stop all maintenance on aircraft during fueling
operations.
• Ensure adequate grounding of aircraft and fueling
equipment.
• Ensure that no aircraft radar is in operation within
100 feet of fueling operation and that no electrical
or electronic equipment is operating in the area.
• Ensure that adequate fire fighting equipment is in
the immediate area of fueling operation.
Note
Aircraft must be in a 4-degree noseup attitude to
ensure maximum capacity fueling.

1. Remove pressure fueling access cover from air refuel-


ing store and remove cap from fueling receptacle.
2. Connect pressure fueling nozzle to air refueling store
fueling receptacle.
3. Start pressure fueling equipment and open manual
flow and no-flow valve on fueling nozzle.
Note
Pressure fueling will stop automatically when air
refueling store is full. TAIB-IS

4. When air refueling store is full, close manual flow and


no-flow valve on fueling nozzle and shut down pres-
Figure 4. Pressure Fueling Air Refueling Sfore - TA·4F
sure fueling equipment.
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NAVAIR OI.40AVD·18 NAVAIR 01·40AVD·18

5. Disconnect pressure fueling nozzle from air refueling


store fueling receptacle.
REFUELING NOZZLE
6. Install cap on fueling receptacle.
7. Install and secure pressure fueling access cover on air
refueling store.
GRAVITY FUELING
Gravity fueling must be used when pressure fueling equip·
ment is not available. It must also be used to fuel external
tanks when pressure fueling equipment is used without ac
power.

WARNING I
• Ground aircraft and fueling equipment during all
fueling operations.
• Stop all maintenance on aircraft during fueling.
• Ensure that adequate firefighting equipment is
available in immediate area of fueling operations.
• Make certain that proper fuel is used for refueling.
(See figure 1).
• Do not connect external electrical power to aircraft
when gravity fueling.
• Do not start fueling or defueling operations within
100 feet of aircraft operating radar equipment.

GRAVITY FUELING FUSELAGE FUEL CELL


(See figure 5.)
GROUNDING JACK
1. Open fuselage cell gravity filler access door; remove
cap from gravity filler port.
2. Insert nozzle grounding jack in grounding receptacle
aft and outboard of access door; insert refueling nozzle FUSELAGE FUEL CELL
in gravity filler port. ACCESS DOOR
3. Fill fuselage cell until fuel level is at bottom of gravity GROUNDING RECEPTACLE
filler port neck. TAIB-19

Stop fueling when fuel comes OUt of the vent line. Figure 5. Gravity Fueling Fuselage Fuel Cell

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NAVAIR Ol.40AVD·1B NAVAIR Ol·40AVD·1B

3. Insert refueling nozzle in gravity filler pon. Hold re-


4. Remove refueling nozzle from gravity filler pore; dis·
fueling nozzle in one hand and support refueling hose
connect nozzle grounding jack from grounding re-
ceptacle. with other hand.

5. Install gravity filler port cap and secure access door. 4. Fill wing fuel tank until fuel is at bottom of gravity
filler port neck.
5. Remove refueling nozzle from gravity filler pOrt; dis-
GRAVITY FUELING WING INTEGRAL connect grounding jack from receptacle.
FUEL TANK 6. Install wing fuel tank gravity filler port cap and lock
(See figure 6.) securely in place.
1. Remove wing integral fuel tank filler cap.
2. Insert refueling nozzle grounding jack In grounding GRAVITY FUELING EXTERNAL FUEL TANK OR
receptacle on wing nose. AIR REFUELING STORE
(See figure 7.)

[~~=:] 1. Remove tank or store filler cap.


Do not drop fueling nozzle in wing tank filler port 2. Insert refueling nozzle ground jack in grounding
becaues nozzle will damage lower surface of tank. receptacle on left-hand side of external stores rack.
Do not pull fueling hose over wing slats.
~GROUNDING RECEPTACLE
REFUELING NOZZLE ~,;--.;..I- GROUND JACK
EXTERNAL STORES RACK

REFUELING NOZZLE

FILLER PORT CAP


GROUNDING JACK
GROUNDING RECEPTACLE TA1S-20
TAlS-21

Figure 7. Gravity Fueling External Fuel Tank


Figure 6. Gravity Fueling Wing Integral Fuel Tank or Air Refueling Store

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NAVAII Ol.40AVD·11

3. Insert refueling nozzle into filler port. Hold refueling


nozzle in one hand and support refueling hose with
other hand.
4. Fill tank or store until fuel level is approximately 1 inch
below filler port to allow for thermal expansion.
s. Remove refueling nozzle from filler port; disconnect
OVERFLOW
refueling nozzle grounding jack from receptacle. VENT COUPLING
6. Install tank or store filler cap.
ENGINE EXHAUST SMOKE ABATEMENT
SYSTEM SERVICING lTA-4F)

WARNING I VIEW A

FILL COUPLING
The smoke abatement additive (CI-2) used for
servicing this system is toxic. Make certain that
Maintenance Safety Precautions are observed. (Re-
fer to NAVAIR Ol-40AVD-2-1.) FUEL
ADDITIVE TANK
(See figure 8.)
1. Open aft fuselage lower access door.
2. Remove dust cap from additive tank overflow vent
coupling and from coupling on hose attached to plastic
overflow bottle on cart. Attach overflow bottle hose
coupling to overflow vent coupling.
3. Remove dust cap from additive fill coupling on aircraft
and from coupling on fill hose attached to back of cart.
Connect coupling on fill hose to aircraft fill coupling.
4. Reset meter dial on front of cart to zero (turn dial
counterclockwise) .
S. Actuate cart pump handle until additive overflows into FILL HOSE OVERFLOW
plastic bottle. BOTTLE
TAIB-22
6. Disconnect vent and fill couplings, and replace dust
caps. Figure 8. Eng;ne Exhaust Smoke Abatement System-
7. Close aft fuselage lower access door. Pressure Filling - TA·4F

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NAVAl. Ol.40AVD."

4. The warning light comes on when pressed if the oil


level is below the 80 percent level. Service is required.
If deck or airfield temperatures lower than 28°P 5. No light indicates a sufficient engine oil supply.
(-2.2°C) are anticipated, the smoke abatement 6. Remove external electrical power from aircraft.
additive tank and associated tube assemblies must
be drained to prevent freezing and possible rup·
ture of system components. (Refer to NA VAIR ENGINE OIL SYSTEM PRESSURE FILLING
Ol·40AVD-2-1 for draining procedures.) (See figure 9.)
1. Remove oil fill and oil overflow dust caps.
ENGINE OIL SYSTEM SERVICING
2. Connect pressure oiling unit hose to fill connection.
Servicing provisions arc accessible through the engine for·
ward compartment lower access doors. The PON·5A pres· 3. Connect 3-foot hose with Roylyn 7776 o/4.inch
sure oiling unit is recommended for servicing the engine (MS2447S·2) quick.disconnect fitting to overflow con·
oil tank. nection.
Note
ENGINE OIL SYSTEM QUANTITY CHECK Overflow hose should be not more than 3 feet in
Checking the engine oil system quantity shall be accom· length to prevent back pressure in bleed line.
plished prior to engine shutdown or within 30 minutes after
engine shutdown with external electrical power. 4. Allow overflow hose to empty into open container.
S. Pump oil (MIL.L.23699) into tank until a con·
Note tinuous stream of oil runs out overflow line.
When electrical power is applied to the aircraft CONSTANT ~SPEED DRIVE (CSD) SERVICING
several hours after shutdown, the oil quantity indio
cator light will come on. The oil drains from the The constant.speed drive (figure 10) is located on the for-
engine into the gearbox. Engine operation will ward end of the engine. The CSD is mounted on an adapter
pump the oil back to the tank. Engine must be bolted to the engine pad and secured by a V·band coupling.
turned up 75 percent or more for 8 minutes to The drive unit and components should be inspected daily.
establish actual oil tank level. Access to the CSD is through the engine forward compart-
ment lower right. hand access door and the CSD outer and
inner access doors. Servicing consists of inspecting for fluid
1. Apply external electrical power to aircraft (figure 24).
level and adding fluid.
2. Press MASTER PRESS·TO·TEST switch to ensure
indicator lights are operative, and release switch. DAILY INSPECTION
3. If oil level warning light is self illuminated, system is The following inspection should be made daily:
below 20 percent remaining level. This indicates danger. 1. Open engine forward compartment right. hand access
ously low oil state, and engine oil tank must be serviced. door and CSD outer and inner access doors.

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2. Using flashlight and inspection mirror, inspect CSD


for signs of fluid leakage.
3. Inspect fluid level on sight gage.
FILL OR OVERFLOW
CONNECTION
FILLING
(See figure 10.)

1. Open engine forward compartment right-hand access


door and CSD outer· and inner-doors.

~y' 2. Remove lockwire and filler plug located at top right-


hand side of pump.

[:~~I~..:J
QUICK~OISCONNECT
FITTING

Use only MIL-S·81087 A, Type I fluid. Mixing or


the use of other than an approved fluid will
cause CSD failure.

3. Add fluid (MIL·S-81087 A, Type I) until fluid level


is at FULL mark on sight gage.

ENGINE OIL
TANK .~ ------ Note
The capacity of the CSD is 1 quart.

~
--- ~ENGINE FORWARD
COMPARTMENT
~ LOWER ACCESS DOOR 4. Replace filler plug and secure with lockwire.
I OVERFLOW HOSE 5. Close access doors.
FILLHOSE~
OPEN CONTAINER HYDRAULIC SYSTEM SERVICING
PRESSURE OILING UNIT The utility hydraulic system and the flight control hydraulic
%~, system are serviced separately.
~
UTILITY HYDRAULIC SYSTEM FILLING
(See figure 11.)
TAIB~23-A
1. Open engine forward compartment access doors and
utility hydraulic reservoir access door.
figure 9. Engine Oil System Pressure filling

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NAVAIR 01·40AVD·1I NAVAIR OI·40AVD-1I

(~t!
MANUAL BLEED UTILITY HYDRAULIC
VALVE RESERVOIR

FILL ~~,'"--' ..t'lffllRrl


LINE m III'"----DRAIN PORT
MAGNETIC CHIP
DETECTOR
CONSTANT SPEED DRIVE
INNER ACCESS

»
\
PORTABLE
HYDRAULIC
TEST
STANO

TA1B-25

Figure 10. Constant-Speed Drive Filling Figure 11. Utility Hydraulic System Filling

82 83
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NAVAl. OI-40AVD-1I

2. Remove dust caps and connect source of hydraulic


fluid to FILL quick.disconnect on right.hand side of
engine compartment. (See figure 12.) (OUlBDI
3. Remove utility hydraulic bleed line from retaining SIGHT GAGE
PLATE
dips; pass free end of line through utility hydraulic
reservoir access door and place end in suitable con·
tainer on wing to receive any possible overflow of
fluid when bleeding.

4. Fill reservoir until piston registers FULL on sight


gage. (Gage is viewed through utility hydraulic reser·
voir access door.) (See figure 13.)

STA Y200

Do not allow pressure applied to FILL port to ex·


\
ceed 65 psi.
~ t"'"""\

«0 0 n 02
0-0 00
(J 0 0C 0 UTILITY
HYDRAULIC
RESERVOIR

o n
VIEW LOOKING AFT
TAIB-27

Figure J 2. Utility Hydraulic Quick·Disconnect Figure J 3. Utility Hydraulic Reservoir Sight Gage

84 85
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NAVAll OI.40AVD.11

5. Depress manual bleed valve until sight gage is free of


air bubbles. (See figure 14.)

6. Disconnect external supply source when reservoir has


been filled and bled.
7. Install dust cap on FILL quick-disconnect.

8. Install overflow line in retaining dips.

9. Close engine forward compartment access doors and


utility hydraulic reservoir access door.

FLIGHT CONTROL HYDRAULIC SYSTEM fiLLING


(See figure 15.)

1. Open engine control access door and flight control hy-


draulic reservoir access door.

Figure 14. Utility Hydraulic Manual Bleed Valve


Figure J 5. Flight Control Hydraulic Sysfem Filling

86 87
NAVAIR Ol-40AVO-18
NAVAIR 01·40AVD.18

2. Connect source of hydraulic fluid supply to FILL


quick-disconnect. (Figure 16.)
FLIGHT CONTROL
HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR MANUAL
3. Remove flight control hydraulic bleed line from retain- ACCESS DOOR BLEED VALVE
ing clip, pass free end of line through flight control
hydraulic reservoir access door, and place free end in
suitable container on wing to receive any possible
overflow of fluid when bleeding. (See figure 17.) )
/
4. Fill reservoir until piston registers full on sight gage.
(Gage is viewed through flight control hydraulic reser-
voir access door.) (See figure 18.)

WARNING I
Do not allow pressure applied to FILL pore to ex- "..j
ceed 100 psi.
TA18-31
S. Depress manual bleed valve until sight gage is free of
air bubbles.
Figure 17. Flight Control Hydraulic Manual Bleed Valve

FLIGHT CONTROL
HYDRAULIC
RESERVOIR
ACCESS __
~A.,

.)

\ II STA Y262

FLIGHT CONTROL
HYDRAULIC FILL LINE TA18-30
TAIB-32
Figure J 6. Flighl Conlrol Hydraulic Quick-Disconnect Panel
Figure 18. Flight Control Hydraulic Reservoir Sight Gage

88 Changed 1 May 1978 89


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NAVAIR 01·40AVD.1B

6. Disconnect external supply source when reservoir has


been filled and bled.
7. Install dust cap. I
8. Install bleed line in retaining clamps; secure engine
fuel control and flight control hydraulic reservoir
access door.

RESERVOIR DIAGRAM

HYDRAULIC FLUID
MIL·H·5606

US IMP
QTS QTS LITERS

OIL LEVEL WHEN FULL 1.04 0.86 0.983

Figure J9. Broke Reservoir Servicing

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NAVAIR 01-40AVO-18

BRAKE RESERVOIR SERVICING


(See figure 19_)
1. Remove brake reservoir fairing from canopy hinge
area.
2. Remove filler plug from brake reservoir.
3. Insert filler nozzle of hydraulic servicing tank into
reservoir filler port.

I 4. FiJI reservoir with hydraulic fluid (MIL-H-83282 or


MIL-H-5606) until gage indicates full.

Note
When sight gage indicates reservoir is full, do
not add more fluid. If reservoir is filled to level
of port, excess fluid will be vented overboard
during Right maneuvers.

5. Install reservoir filler plug.

Note
Clean any spilled hydraulic fluid by wiping area
with cloth moistened in naphtha.

6. Check brakes and bleed if necessary. (Refer to Main-


tenance Instruction Man ual, N AVAIR 0 1-40AYD·
2-2.2)
Note
If brakes are bled, service reservoir as necessary.

7. Install brake reservoir fairing.

RAIN REPELLENT SYSTEM SERVICING


Servicing the rain repellent system consists of removal and.
replacement of the fluid container with a filled and charged
container. A visual inspection of the system gage must be
made during postflight inspection. If the gage indicates
half full or less, the container should be replaced. Visual
access to the system gage is through the APX·64 (V) coder
access door.
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REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT OF


FLUID CONTAINER

WARNING I
Make certain that aircraft ground handling safety
equipment, referred to in NAVAIR OI-40AVD-2-1,
is installed and that no electrical power is connected
to the aircraft while servicing the rain repellent
system. Failure to comply may result in injury to
personnel.
See figure 20.
1. Open nose section of aircraft.
2. Loosen thumbscrew on clamp that holds container in
support assembly.
3. Unscrew container from manifold.
Note
Some loss of fluid may occur during step 3 because
of the residual pressure and fluid in the container.
Catch residual fluid with a doth.

4. Place new seal (MS2877S-S) on full fluid container.


5. Screw container into manifold and secure with
lockwire (MS20995N32).
Note
Some loss of pressure and fluid will occur. Remove
fluid residue with cloth.
6. Tighten thumhscrew on damp that holds container in
suppott bracket.
TA1B-34
7. Inspect area for cleanliness.
S. Close nose section. Ensure that nose section is secure.
Figure 20. Rain Repellent System Service

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8. Unscrew container from manifold.


SERVICING RAIN REPELLENT FLUID CONTAINER
9. Cover container check valve with suitable protective
Servicing the rain repellent fl uid container consists of refill- cap to protect against dust and accidental depressuriza·
ing and recharging the container. Before servicing the con- tion of container.
tainer, secure a portable manifold assembly identical to the
aircraft installation with the exception that the check valve Note
is reversed. Until container is used, store in dry storage area
1. Place container on work table with check valve up. with tag that gives servicing information.
2. Bleed off dry nitrogen by depressing check valve. lIaUID OXYGEN SYSTEM SERVICING
3. Cut lockwire and unscrew check valve from neck of Servicing the lO·liter liquid oxygen system (figure 23) is
container. Empty remaining fluid from container into accomplished by means of a portable external source. Liquid
a measuring bottle. oxygen from an insulated servicing trailer is transferred
under pressure to the aircraft system. Because of the nature
4. Fill measuring bottle with 425±25 milliliters of rain of liquid oxygen no external pressure source is required, as
repellent fluid (MIL-R-81261) and empty fluid into
evaporation builds up sufficient pressure within the servicing
rain repellent container.
trailer to complete the operation.
Note
FilliNG CONVERTER
Until the rain repellent fluid is available through
normal supply channels, it is possible to mix locally. 1. Make certain oxygen switch in cockpit is in OFF
The following mixture produces approximately 5 position.
gallons of rain repellent fluid. 2. Open liquid oxygen compartment access door.
10 percent (12.8 fl. oz.) Foster D. Snell Co., 3. Remove filler valve cap from filler valve.
Rain Repellent Fluid Chemists and Engineers, 4. Purge filler hose on servicing trailer until oxygen flows
Solution 2911L·66 New York City, in steady, uninterrupted stream.
New York 10009
5. Immediately connect filler hose to converter filler valve
0.5 percent (0.64 fl. oz.) Armour Industrial and commence filling.
Wetting Agent Chemicals,
ARQUAD 2C-75 Chicago, Illinois 60609 Note
E. I. Dupont DeNemours
89.S percent (114.56 fl. Any prolonged delay in connecting filler hose may
oz.) Freon·TF and Co. Inc., allow liquid oxygen in hose to change to gaseous
Wilmington, Delaware 19805 oxygen. Pressure in servicing trailer should be be-
tween 45 to 50 psi.
5. Replace check valve and secure to neck of container
with lockwire (MS20995N32). 6. When liquid oxygen flows from overflow vent port in
steady stream, close fill drain valve on servicing trailer;
6. Screw container into portable manifold assembly. disconnect filler hose from filler valve which will auto-
7. Attach hose from dry nitrogen supply to container and matically return converter to BUILDUP position.
charge container to 75 to 100 psi.

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WARNING I WARNING I
Warn all personnel working on aircraft and in
area to stay clear of liquid oxygen overflow. (See
figure 21.) AREAS SHOWN ARE
HAZARDOUS TO
Note PERSONNEL WHEN
CONVERTER OVERFLOWS
If the converter filler valve freezes during filling, VENT OUTLET; DURING FILLINGS.
remove filler hose and install filler valve cap. Check STA Y74
filler valve after approximately 10 minutes. STA Y136
STA Y370
7. Relieve pressure in servicing trailer filler hose by en-
gaging filler nozzle in purging device on trailer.
LEGEND
8. Install dust cap on filler valve.

Note LIQUID OXYGEN


Prior to installing fifter valve dust cap, inspect cap
closely for evidence of water. If water or moisture GASEOUS MIXED WITH
LIQUID OXYGEN
is noted; dry thoroughly with compressed air be-
cause water in cap may freeze in filler valve.

9. Install dust cap on filler hose nozzle.


10. Secure liquid oxygen compartment door.

TAIB-35

Figure 2 J. Liquid Oxygen Handling Precaullons

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NAVAIR OI.40AVD.ll

I
~

STA Y357
CONVERTER
RETAINER
OXYGEN LIQUID OXYGEN WINGNUT
FILLER LINE COMPARTMENT FILLER VALVE
ASSEMBLY

nl============::~
IO'r-__-------------,~
8 NOMI""~ VA~UE z.F
~ ALLOWAaLE lANGE = i ~: WEIGHT EMPTY
","OX II La

• ~UIOOXYGEN 2 128
z _ Wc~:!2~ !·M~··TlO.
BIZ16Z024 12 16 20 2.
POUNOS UQUID OXYGEN IIOU.S

SERVICING TRAILER VALVES

VALVE IDENTIFICATION FUNCTIONS

LETTER COLOR VALVE NAME FILLING PRESSURE TRANSFER VACUUM LIQUID


BUILDUP PUMPING STORAGE

A YEl.LOW VACUUM Cl.OSED Cl.OSED Cl.OSED OPEN CLOSED


CAPACITY OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN
B BLACK GAGE OPEN

C Bl.UE FILL·DRAIN OPEN CLOSED OPEN CLOSED CLOSED

D WHITE PRESSURE CLOSED OPEN CLOSEo* CLOSED CLOSED


BUILDUP
E RED VENT OPEN CLOSED CLOSED OPEN OPEN

*WHEN PRESSURE FALLS BELOW TRANSFER PRESSURE,


OPEN VALVE D UNTIL DESIRED PRESSURE IS OBTAINED.
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Figure 23. Liquid Oxygen System Servicing

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EXTERNAL POWER APPLICATION


STARTING REQUIREMENTS
Two methods of applying external ac electrical power to
the aircraft are available. The primary or standard method A high.pressure air supply to the air turbine starter (in-
utilizes an ac mobile electric power plant (NC-5 or equiva- stalled in the aircraft) and external electrical power are
lent) (figure 24): The second method enables a: ground required for starting. The following are approved starting
crewman to apply ac power, dc power, and starter air equipment.
through the engine starter access door, utilizing the air-
craft ground start disconnect cable. This method will sup- AIR STARTER UNITS
ply electrical power only to the START/ABORT switch
and engine ignition system.
USN USAF
GTC-8S MA-I
MA·IE MA·IA
*WELLS Air Start System MA-ITA
MA-2
MD-IA
MD-2A
MD-3B

ELECTRICAL POWER UNITS


RECEPTACLE GUARD
(OPEN POSITION) USN USAF RCAF
POWER PLANT
CABLE PLUG NC·S B·IO CAN·C
TAIB-38 NC-6 B·lOA
Figure 24. External Power Application NC-6A B·IOB
NC-7 MD'3
NC-8
NC·lO
NC·12
*Set to low pressure ratio.

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COMBINATION ELECTRICAL! AIR STARTER UNITS WHEEL REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION


USN USAF
PROCEDURES
1. Removal (figure 25.)
*RCPP/RCPT/NCPP. 105 MA-2MP a. Install landing gear lockpins.
b. Chock wheel/tire not to be changed.
MA-3MP
c. Place hydraulic axle jack (cap.-5 tons) in position
M32A-60 below jack pad on gear strut to be jacked.
*MD-3A d. Operate jack slowly until tire is no more than 2
inches from deck.
A source of 115·vac power is required for ignition. Twenty· e. Remove valve cap and deflate tire, then remove
eight-vdc power is required if a cockpit controlled start is valve core.
desired. Ac power can be provided through the external f. At wheel axle, remove snap ring and dust cap.
power receptacle (figure 24) or through the aircraft ground g. Remove axle nut retaining spring.
start disconnect. Dc power (for cockpit controlled start) h. Remove axle nut using proper nut wrench.
can be supplied only through the aircraft ground start
disconnect.
Note
Have man in cockpit depress and hold correspond·
Note ing brake pedal while removing and installing
If 28-vdc power is not available, a ground start wheel. This will eliminate need for realigning keys
must be accomplished. in wheel with keyways in brake disc.
*Set to low pressure ratio. i. Remove washer and slide wheel/tire from axle.
j. Inspect axle and brake assembly for damage, wear,
and security.
k. Make certain collar is flush against axle flange be·
fore installing wheel/tire.
2. Installation (figure 26.)
a. Make sure axle is dean and wheel bearings are prop-
erly lubricated (MIL·G-81322).
b. Install wheel/tire assembly on axle while brake is
applied, engaging keys on inner wheel with key·
ways in disc(s).
c. Install washer and axle nut; finger tight.
d. Tighten axle nut to 50 foot-pounds torque, using
special axle nut wrench (hex. 2Yz in. across flats)
and torque wrench.

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NAVAIR 01.40AVD·18

Figure 25. Main Gear Wheel - Removal Figure 26. Main Gear Wheel - Insfallalion

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NAVAIR Ol·40AVD·II

e. Turn wheel one or more revolutions in normal


roll direction.
f. Back off axle nut until free.
g. Retighten nut until first lineup of locking holes
MAIN LANDING and slots in axle applying 2 to 15 foot. pounds,
GEAR STRUT torque.
h. Install axle nut retaining spring with earlocks in
MAIN WHEEL TIRE either 5/11 o'clock or 7/1 o'clock position. 1m·
INfLATION PRESSURES proper installation could result in loss of wheel.
400
380 I. Install dust cover and snapring.
in 3&0
Q.
• 340
j. Inflate tire to proper pressure as shown on chart
z plate attached to landing gear door (figure 27).
S 320
:boo
~.... l80 Note
~ l~O , RIGHT -HAND MAIN The only main tire size compatible with A·4 air-
~ 240 I LANDING GEAR DOOR
craft is 24x5.5. Service tire with dry nitrogen
220 1A ( LEFT ·HAND DOOR

200
\ I" TYPICAL> only.
10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24
AIRCRAFT WEIGHT· 1000 LBS. NOTE k. Lower aircraft slowly.
THE ONLY MAIN TIRE SIZE
PLATE NO 9825829·1 COMPATIBLE WITH THE A-4 1. Remove ground handling safety lockpins andlor
AIRCRAFT IS 24x5.5.SER-
MAIN LANDING GEAR WHEEL VICE TIRE WITH DRY NITRO- wheel chocks.
TIRE INFLATION PRESSURE GEN ONLY.
CHART
Note
One man can remove and install the wheel as·
sembly but care must be taken to ensure that the

o
brake discs do not fall and damage the axle when
the wheel is removed.

NOSE LANDING
GEAR STRUT

TAIB-42-B

Figure 27. Main Gear and Nose Gear TIre Pressures

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EMERGENCY PROCEDURES INDEX


AIRSTART ........... 12A HYDRAULIC FAILURE ...... 17
ASYMMETRIC WING STATION LANDING DISTANCE ....... 20
LOAD LIMITATION LANDING GEAR .......... 18A
NOMOGRAM .......... 26B EMERGENCY
BAILOUT - LAST RESORT EXTENSION .......... lSA
ONLY ...............•. 15 UNSAFE MAIN GEAR DOWN
BINGO ENDURANCE (P·6At ... 3 INDICATION ......... ISS
BINGO ENDURANCE UNSAFE MAIN GEAR UP
(P·SA/S) ............... 2A INDICATIOn ......... lSA
BINGO RANGE (P·6At ........ 2 UNSAFE NOSE GEAR DOWN
BINGO RAIIIGE (P·8A/B) ...... 1 INDICATION ......•.. 18C
BINGO RANGE·GEAR UNSAFE NOSE GEAR UP
DOWN (P·SA) ....... . 5 INDICATION ......... lBC
BINGO RANGE·GEAR LANDING GEAR MALFUNCTION
DOWN (P.SA/S) ......•... 4 LANDING GUIDE .... .,. 19
DROP TANK TRANSFER LIMITATIONS ............ 24C
FAILURE ........•.... 268 LOW ALTITUDE AIRSTART .. 11
DITCHING·LAST RESORT LOSS OF THRUSTI
(EJECT IF FEASIBLE! •••. 15 FLAMEOUT 11
EJECTION ................. 13 MAXIMUM rAKEOFF WEIGHT
CONTROLLED ..•........ 13 (P·SA/Bt ............... 16
IMMED~ATE .............. 13 MAXIMUM"ToAKEOFF WEIGHT
ELECTRICAL ...........•.. 23 (p·BA/Bt ...........••. 12F
DC CONVERTER PRECAUTIONARY
FAILURE .••.•....•.. 24A APPROACH .............. 7
MAIN GENERATOR SLATS. LANDING WITH
FAILURE ............. 23 STUCK .......•....•.. 21
EMERGENCY GENERATOR. SMOKE ELIMINATION ...... 13
EQUIPMENT AVAtLABLE SPOILERS ..... " .......... 21
TO PILOT ON •.•.....•. 24 DEPLOYED DURING
ENGINE FAILURE .......... 11 FLIGHT ............... 21
ENGINE FUEL CONTROL •••. 11 STUCK ON LANDING
MALFUNCTION ...••.•... 11 ROLL ... ..... 21
THROTTLE LINKAGE STUCK THROTTLE APPROACH
FAILURE ............. 11 (POWER FOR LEVEL
ENGINE OIL .............. 26A FLIGHT) ................ B
ABNORMAL OIL TAKEOFF DISTANCE
PRESSURE •....••.... 26A (P·6A/B) ..........•••.. 12
OIL LOW LIGHT ON •...•• 26A TAKEOFF DISTANCE
EOUIPMENT AVAILABLE TO (P-8A/St .•••.....•..•.. 10
PILOT ON EMERGENCY TAKEOFF PRESSURE/FUEL
GENERATOR .......... 24 CONTROL CHARTS
FIELD ARRESTMENT (P·6A/BAt .....•......... C
DATA ....••.....•..•.. 18 TAKEOFF PRESSURE/FUEL
FIRE ....•.••....•••.•..••. 9 CONTROL CHARTS
ELECTRICAL FIRE (P·SB) •................. ()
liN FLIGHT) .•.•.....•.. 9 TAKEOFF REFUSAL SPEED
ENGINE FIRE ON FLIGHT (P-6A/Bt .............. 120
WARNING LIGHT ONLY) •• 9 TAKEOFF REFUSAL SPEED
ENGINE FIRE liN FLIGHT (P-8A/SI .....••....... 129
WITH OTHER TRIM .....•..............• 22
INDICATIONS .••..•.... 9 AILERON OR RUDDER TRIM
ENGINE FIRE (STARTING) .• 9 RUNAWAY ...•........ 23
WING FIRE (IN FLIGHT) ••.. 9
LANDING WITH INSUFFICIENT
FLAMEOUT ............... 11 NOSEUP TRIM ...••...• 23
FLAMEOUT APPROACH ••••.. 6 LANDING WITH RUNAWAY
FLAPS. LANDING NOSEUP TRIM .....••.. 23
WiTHOUT •.......•...•. 21 RUNAWA Y NOSEDOWN
FUEL SYSTEM •....•...••.• 25 TRIM DURING
DROP TANK TRANSFER TAKEOFF ............. 22
FAILURE ............. 26 RUNAWAY NOSEUP
FUEL TRANSFER PUMP TRIM DURING
FAILURE ...•.•..•.•... 26 TAKEOFF ....•........ 22
INADVERTENT FUEL RUNAWAY STABILIZER TRIM
DUMPiNG ............. 26 DURING FLIGHT ...•. " 22
QUANTITY INDICATOR UNDERWA TER ESCAPE •...• 17
FAILURE ...... 25

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