MEMORY ITEMS

  1. EMERGENCY GROUND EGRESS
    • 1. PARKING BRAKE - SET
    • 2. HEADSET & SAFETY BELTS - REMOVE
    • 3. CANOPY - UNLOCK, OPEN
    • 4. EVACUATE AIRPLANE IMMEDIATELY
  2. STARTER RELAY FAILURE
    • 1. THROTTLE - IDLE
    • 2. MIXTURE - IDLE CUTOFF
    • 3. IGNITION SWITH - OFF
    • 4. GEN/BAT MASTER SWITCH - OFF
  3. DEPARTING A PREPARED SURFACE
    • 1. CONTROL STICK - FULL AFT
    • 2. MIXTURE - IDLE CUTOFF
    • 3. IGNITION SWITCH - OFF
    • 4. GEN/BAT MASTER SWITCH - OFF
    • 5. EMERGENCY GROUND EGRESS
  4. SPIN RECOVERY
    • 1. THROTTLE - IDLE
    • 2. RUDDER 0 FULL OPPOSITE SPIN DIRECTION
    • 3. CONTROL STICK - EASE FORWARD
    • 4. RUDDER - NEUTRAL WHEN ROTATION STOPS
    • 5. FLAPS - CRUISE
    • 6. CONTROL STICK - PULL CAUTIOUSLY
  5. FORCED LANDING
    • 1. EMERGENCY LANDING PATTERN - INTERCEPT
    • 2. SAFETY BELTS - FASTENED

    AFTER LANDING IS ASSURED

    • 3. FUEL SHUTOFF VALVE - OFF
    • 4. MIXTURE - IDLE CUTOFF
    • 5. IGNITION SWITCH - OFF
    • 6. FLAPS - AS REQUIRED
    • 7. AIRSPEED & FLAP SETTINGS - CONFIRM
    • 8. GEN/BAT MASTER SWITCH - OFF

    AFTER TOUCHDOWN

    • 9. BRAKES - AS REQUIRED
    • 10. EMERGENCY GROUND EGRESS
  6. ENGINE MALFUNCTION - INSUFFICIENT ENGINE POWER AFTER TAKEOFF
    • 1. AIRSPEED - 60 KIAS
    • 2. THROTTLE - FULL
    • 3. MIXTURE - FULL RICH
    • 4. FUEL SHUTOFF VALVE - ON
    • 5. IGNITION SWITCH - BOTH
    • 6. FUEL PUMP - ON
    • 7. ALTERNATE AIR -ON
    • 8. FORCED LANDING IF SUFFICIENT PWR IS NOT RESTORED
    • 9. PRECAUTIONARY EMERGENCY LDG IF POWER RESTORED
  7. INDICATIONS
    DEPARTING A PREPARED SURFACE
    • -AIRCRAFT IS GOING TO DEPART RUNWAY, TAXIWAY OR RAMP DUE TO A LOSS OF DIRECTIONAL CONTROL (BLOWN TIRE, BRAKE FAILURE)
    • -INABILITY TO STOP THE AIRCRAFT ON PAVED SURFACE (ABORT OR FORCED LANDING)
  8. CONSIDERATIONS
    DEPARTING A PREPARED SURFACE
    • -ATTEMPT TO STEER USING BRAKES AND RUDDERS TO AVOID OBSTACLES
    • -IF FULL ATTENTION IS REQUIRED TO AVOID OBSTACLES, ITEMS 1&2 ARE MOST IMPORTANT.
    • -ITEMS 3&4 CAN BE DELAYED UNTIL THE AIRCRAFT HAS STOPPED
  9. CONSIDERATIONS
    ENGINE MALFUNCTION - SUFFICIENT RUNWAY REMAING TO LAND
    *** ALL INDICATIONS END WITH "WITH SUFFICIENT RUWAY REMAINING TO LAND STRAIGHT AHEAD" ***

    • -EMERGENCY LANDING IN POSITION TO LAND ON RUNWAY STRAIGHT AHEAD
    • -ABNORMAL ENGINE PERFORMANCE OR ROUGHNESS AFTER LIFTOFF
    • -PARTIAL OR TOTAL LOSS OF ENGINE POWER AFTER LIFTOFF
    • -RAPID REDUCTION IN AIRSPEED SHORTLY AFTER TAKEOFF WHILE TRYING TO CLIMB
    • -ANY ENGINE RELATED EMERGENCY WHERE IT IS MORE DANGEROUS TO CONTINUE CLIMB THEN ATTEMPT TO LAND ON REMAINING RUNWAY.
  10. ENGINE MALFUNCTION-SUFFICIENT RUNWAY REMAINING TO LAND
    • 1. AIRSPEED - 60 KIAS
    • 2. FLAPS - LDG
    • 3. LAND ON REMAINING RUNWAY

    • 4. MIXTURE - IDLE CUTOFF
    • 5. IGNITION SWITCH - OFF
    • 6. GEN/BAT MASTER SWITCH - OFF
    • 7. EMERGENCY GROUND EGRESS
  11. CONSIDERATIONS
    ENGINE MALFUNTION- SUFFICIENT RUNWAY REMAINING TO LAND
    • -LOWER THE NOSE IMMEDIATELY TO MAINTAIN 60 KIAS UNTIL ROUNDOUT
    • -A MORE SIGNIFICANT PITCH WILL BE REQUIRED WITH A TOTAL LOSS OF ENGINE POWER
    • -IF YOU CANT LAND ON RUNWAY REMAINING USE A PRECAUTIONARY EMERGENCY LANDING OR FORCED LANDING
    • -RUNWAY REMAINING IS NOT THE ONLY CONSIDERATION
    • -CONSIDER ALTITUDE, AIRSPEED AND WIND
    • -EXCESSIVE BRAKING CAN LEAD TO LOCKED WHEELS OR BLOWN TIRE
    • -APPLY SMOOTH EVEN BRAKE PRESSURE
    • -IF AIRCRAFT WILL DEPART PREPARED SURFACE, ACCOMPLISH DEPARTING A PREPARED SURFACE
  12. CONSIDERATIONS
    INSUFFICIENT ENGINE POWER AFTER TAKEOFF
    • -INABILITY TO MAINTAIN POSITIVE RATE OF CLIMB AFTER TAKEOFF DUE TO PARTIAL OR TOTAL LOSS OF ENGINE POWER
    • -UNCOMMANDED REDUCTION IN RPM DURING TAKEOFF CLIMB
    • -AUDIBLE REDUCTION IN ENGINE RPM DURING TAKEOFF CLIMB
    • -DECREASING AIRSPEED AND STALL WARNING DURING TAKEOFF CLIMB WITH THROTTLE FULL AND NORMAL CLIMB ATTITUDE
    • -VSI INDICATES ZERO OR NEGATIVE¬†
    • -FULL THROTTLE FLIGHT RPM IS LESS THAN FULL THROTTLE STATIC RPM DURING RUNUP
    • -ROUGH RUNNING ENGINE
  13. CONSIDERATIONS
    INSUFFICIENT ENGINE POWER AFTER TAKEOFF
    • -DO NOT ATTEMPT TO TURN BACK TO DEPARTURE RUNWAY WITHOUT SUFFICIENT ALTITUDE
    • -SAFEST OPTION IS NORMALLY TO LAND STRAIGHT AHEAD OR SHALLOW TURNS TO AVOID OBSTACLES
    • -CAREFULLY CONSIDER ENERGY STATE TO DECIDE HOW TO LAND(POWER, ALTITUDE, RATE OF CLIMB, AIRSPEED, LOCATION)
    • -IF POWER IS RESTORED FLY CLOSED PATTERN FOR A PEL FROM LOW KEY TO DEPARTURE RUNWAY
    • -POOR CLIMB PERFORMANCE DOES NOT ALWAYS INDICATE ENGINE ISSUE
  14. INDICATIONS
    FORCED LANDING
    • -ENGINE POWER IS NOT SUFFICIENT TO MAINTAIN ALTITUDE, FORCING A DESCENT TO THE GROUND
    • -LANDING WITH AN INOPERATIVE ENGINE
  15. CONSIDERATIONS
    FORCED LANDING
    • -IF POWER IS AVAILABLE USE A PEL
    • -IF LANDING LIGHT IS REQUIRED, TURN OFF FUEL PUMP AND FUEL PRIME BEFORE LANDING
    • -MINIMIZE LANDING SPEED BY LOWERING FLAPS TO LDG PRIOR TO TOUCHDOWN
    • -SOME SITUATIONS REQUIRE TO FORCE AIRCRAFT ON TO THE GROUND BEFORE FLARING (TO AVOID OBSTACLES)
    • -USE MINIMUM TOUCHDOWN SPEED (55KIAS) ON UNPREPARED SURFACES
    • -POSITIVE AIRCRAFT CONTROL ON FINAL HAS PRIORITY OVER ALL CONSIDERATIONS
    • -BELOW 800'AGL PRIMARY FOCUS IS ON LANDING SAFELY
  16. INDICATIONS
    EMERGENCY GROUD EGRESS
    -ANY SITUATION THAT REQUIRES THE IMMEDIATE EVACUATION OF THE AIRCRAFT AFTER THE ENGINE HAS BEEN SHUT DOWN AND THE AIRCRAFT HAS BEEN BROUGHT TO A COMPLETE STOP ON THE GROUND
  17. CONSIDERATIONS
    EMERGENCY GROUND EGRESS
    • -SHUTDOWN THE ENGINE
    • -BRING AIRCRAFT TO COMPLETE STOP
    • -EITHER CREW MEMBER CAN INITIATE BY SAYING "EGRESS, EGRESS, EGRESS"
    • -SETTING THE PARKING BRAKE MIGHT NOT BE NECESSARY OR PRACTICAL IN SOME SITUATIONS
    • -WHAT FOR RESPONDING EMERGENCY VEHICLES
    • -IF SAFETY BELT IS STUCK CUT WITH RAZOR KNIFE LOCATED IN THE HANDLE OF THE CRASH AXE
    • -IF CANOPY CANT BE OPEN USE THE RESCUE HAMMER TO CRACK THE CANOPY AND THEN KICK TO CREATE HOLE BIG ENOUGH TO CRAWL OUT
    • -LOOK FOR HAZARDS BEFORE EXITING
  18. INDICATIONS
    ENGINE FIRE ON THE GROUND
    • -SMOKE OR FLAMES FROM ENGINE
    • -DISCOLORATION, BUBBLING OR MELTING OF COWLING
    • -ABNORMALLY HIGH CHT, EGT OR OIL TEMP
    • -FLUCTUATING FUEL PRESSURE, OIL PRESSURE OR RPM
    • -ERRACTIC ENGINE OPERATION
    • -SCENT OF GAS, OIL FROM ENGINE
    • -THIRD PARTY NOTIFICATION
    • -SEVERE ENGINE DAMAGE (GROUND COLLISION OR BIRD STRIKE)
  19. CONSIDERATIONS
    ENGINE FIRE ON THE GROUND
    • -WHEN ABORTING TAKEOFF FOR INDICATIONS OF ENGINE FIRE, FIRST COMPLETE THE ABORT BOLDFACE ITEMS TO BRING THE AIRCRAFT TO A STOP
    • -THEN PERFORM THE ENGINE FIRE BOLDFACE
    • -OTHER THAN TAKEOFF SLOW THE AIRCRAFT AND MAINTAIN CONTROL PRIOR TO ACCOMPLISHING THE ENGINE FIRE BOLDFACE
  20. INDICATIONS
    SPIN RECOVERY
    FOLLOWING A STALL, THE AIRCRAFT ENTERS A SELF-SUSTAINING ROLLING/YAWING MOTION WITH LOW INDICATED AIRSPEED
  21. CONSIDERATIONS
    SPIN RECOVERY
    • -RECOVER TO LEVEL FLIGHT CAUTIOUSLY TO AVOID INDUCING SECONDARY STALL
    • -DO NOT EXCEED 164 KIAS
    • -STALL PATTERN OF THE DA-20 PROGRESSES FROM THE WING ROOT TOWARD THE WINGTIP
    • -STALL AND YAW ARE REQUIRED TO ENTER A SPIN
    • -COORDINATED FLIGHT THROUGHOUT MANEUVERS HELPS PREVENT A SPIN
    • -USE THE TURN COORDINATOR TO VERIFY SPIN DIRECTION
    • -PERFORM A CONTROLLABILITY CHECK IF YOU SUSPECT STRUCTURAL DAMAGE
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MEMORY ITEMS
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CHECKLIST MEMORY ITEMS / NONE BOLDFACE EMERGENCY ITEMS
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