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This publication supersedes TC , dated 12 April 25 March TC 3 i. Training Circular. No. TC Headquarters. Department of the Army Aircrew Training Manual, OH 58D Kiowa. Warrior. Contents. Page. Preface.
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While near the intended takeoff point and in the direction of takeoff, establish the.
Flight instructor (airplane): The standard methods of flight
Compare the actual mast torque required to hover with the. Depending on the torque differential, the following takeoff and. Less than 5 percent torque differential. Ensure that adequate room exists for takeoff with. Normal approaches and takeoffs may be per for med. The aircrew will not attempt the tasks or task elements or per for m any other maneuver. Note: Anytime the load or environmental conditions increase significantly 5 degrees Celsius. C , feet pressure altitude PA , or pounds aircraft weight , additional hover power. Establish a hover altitude of 50 feet or above surrounding obstacles, whichever is higher,.
Maintain a constant rate of turn, not to exceed 90 degrees in 4 seconds, while per for ming the. Vertically ascend to 50 feet or above surrounding obstacles, whichever is higher. Constantly monitor TGT, mast torque, engine torque, and aircraft instruments while not exceeding. Execute a degree left pedal turn while constantly checking aircraft power and. Terminate the maneuver at an in ground effect IGE hover, on the ground, or as. Note 2: The position box is not adequate for obstacle avoidance and should not be used as the.
Under NVG, this procedure helps in maintaining a constant altitude and position over the ground during. Establish and maintain radio contact with the desired unit or air traffic control ATC facility. Describe two-way radio failure procedures per the flight in for mation handbook FIH or host. The pilot in command PC will assign radio frequencies per mission requirements during the. The pilot not on the controls P will monitor radios and per for m frequency changes as.
In case of two-way. Set radios, frequencies, and digital nets as required. Copy pertinent in for mation. Continuously monitor the radios as directed by the PC. Monitor the frequency be for e transmitting. Use the correct radio call sign when acknowledging each communication. When advised to change. Select, or request the other crewmember to select, the new. Use standard radio communication procedures, terms, and phraseology as appropriate for the. With the aid of TM CL, per for m the hover checks in the correct sequence.
Hovering flight. Maintain a constant rate of movement for existing conditions. The pilot not on the controls P will assist in clearing the aircraft and will provide adequate. Control heading, direction of turn, and rate of turn with the pedals. Control altitude,. Control position and direction of movement. Takeoff to a hover.
With the collective full down, place the cyclic in a neutral position. Apply pedals as necessary. As the aircraft leaves the. Upon reaching the.
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Adjust the cyclic to maintain a stationary hover or to move in the desired. Control heading with pedals and maintain altitude with the collective.
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Maintain a. To return to a stationary hover, apply the cyclic in the opposite direction.
Hovering turns. Clear the aircraft. Apply pressure to the desired pedal to begin the turn. Coordinate cyclic. On ground contact, ensure that the aircraft remains stable. Continue decreasing the collective smoothly and steadily. Neutralize the pedals and cyclic, and. To avoid spatial. If a takeoff is not feasible, try to. Maintain a proper scanning technique to avoid spatial disorientation.
The P should keep. During takeoff to a hover, simultaneously accelerate the aircraft to a ground. Maintain optimum visibility.
Exercise caution when operating in close proximity to. Note: When visual references deteriorate making a foot hover taxi unsafe, determine whether. Use this maneuver when it is necessary to move the aircraft over terrain. Initiate air taxi the same as for a foot hover, but increase altitude. Ensure that an area is available to safely decelerate and land the aircraft.
Under certain conditions. Be prepared to transition to instruments and.
Training will be conducted in the aircraft. The normal height for IGE hover is 3 feet. The normal. Evaluation will be conducted in the aircraft. Maintain takeoff power until reaching desired airspeed for mode of flight. The pilot not on the controls P will complete the be for e-takeoff checks and announce when. The P will remain focused primarily outside the aircraft to assist in clearing the. The P will monitor power requirements and. Select reference points to maintain ground track. With the cyclic.
Maintain heading with the pedals. Continue increasing the collective until the aircraft leaves the. As the aircraft leaves the ground, apply for ward cyclic as required to accelerate through. As the aircraft. Maintain ground track and. Note: If greater than hover power is used for takeoff; maintain that power setting until.
The P should cross-check the instruments. Apply for ward cyclic to accelerate the aircraft while. Per for m the rest of the maneuver the same as a takeoff. Visual obstacles, such as shadows,. If sufficient illumination or NVG resolution does. Reduced visual references during the takeoff and throughout the ascent at night may make it. The crew should know the surface wind direction and. ADSS should be used as an aid to detect drift and help in maintaining attitude and altitude. Adjust controls as necessary to per for m a VMC takeoff. Training will be conducted in the aircraft 60 knots indicated airspeed KIAS and feet per.
The P will use rally terms, specific headings, relative bearings, or key terrain. He will announce all plotted hazards prior to approaching. After obtaining current weather for ecasts, plan the flight by marking the route and. Compute the time, distance, and heading for each leg of the flight. Per for m a ground speed check as soon as possible by computing the actual time required to fly a.
Adjust estimated times for subsequent legs of the route using actual ground speed.