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#

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CURRENT

 

FLIGHT

CREW

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TABLE

1.0.

OF

IF-lll(B)A-l

CONTENTS

SECTION

I

description

&

operation

l-l

SECTION

II

normal

procedures

 

2-1

SECTION

Ill

emergency

procedures

3-1

SECTION

IV

crew

duties

4-1

SECTION

V

operating

limitations

 

5-l

SECTION

VI

flight

characteristics

6-1

SECTION

VII

all

weather

operation

7-1

APPENDIX

I

performance

 

data

(See

1.0.

lF-111(B)/\-1-l)

 

alphabetical

index

1

APPENDIX I performance   data (See 1.0. lF-111(B)/\-1-l)   alphabetical index 1
APPENDIX I performance   data (See 1.0. lF-111(B)/\-1-l)   alphabetical index 1
 

T.8.

1F-l

1 1(B)A-1

 

Would

 

you

believe---that

I

did

it

just

like

the

book

says?

Well---almost

like

the

book?

Well---would

you

believe

that

I

didn’t

even

re--?

 

SCOPE.

 

Note

l’bis

manual

contains

 

the

necessary

information

 

for

Performance

data

normally

included

in

Ap-

safe

and

efficient

operation

of

the

aircraft.

l‘hesc

in-

pcndix

I is contained

in

7.0.

IF-lII(B)A-I-I.

srrucrions

provide

you

with

a general

knowledge

of

the

aircraft,

its characteristics,

 

and

specific

normal

and

emergency

operating

procedures.

Your

experience

is

recognized,

and

therefore,

 

basic

Right

principles

 

are

SAFETY

SUPPLEMENTS.

 

;avoided.

Instructions

in

this

manual

are

for

a

crew

inexperienced

in

the

operation

of

this

aircraft.

‘This

manwd

provides

the

best

possible

operating

instruc-

tions

under

most

circumstances.

 

Multiple

emergencies,

adverse weather,

terrain,

etc.,

may

require

modification

of

the

procedures.

 

PERMISSIBLE

‘l’he

Flight

Manual

OPERATIONS.

takes

a

“positive

approach”

and

normally

stlnes

only

what

you

can

do.

Unusual

opera-

tions

or

configurations

 

are

prohibited

unless

specifical-

ly

covered

herein.

Clearance

must

be

obtained

before

any

questionable

operation

not

specifically

permitted

in

this

manual

is attempted.

 

HOW

TO

BE

ASSURED

 

OF

HAVING

 

LATEST

DATA.

 

Refer

to

the

Flight

Manual

and

Supplement

Status

page

(Hylcaf)

published

with

each

Safety

and

Opera-

fiomll

Supplement

for

a comprehensive

listing

of

the

current

Flight

Manuals,

Flight

Crew

Checklists,

Safety

Supplcmenr

;tml

Opcmtional

 

Supplements.

‘l‘.O.

O-I-

I -,4 \bould

he

checked

periodically

to

make

sure

you

hxvc

current

Flight

Manuals,

Checklists

and

Supple-

ments.

ARRANGEMENT.

 

‘1’11~. manual

is divided

into

seven

fairly

independent

 

sections

to

simplify

 

reading

it

straight

through

or

u,irng

it

as ii referc”ce

manual.

 

Information

involving

safety

will

be

promptly

for-

warded

to

you

by

Safety

Supplement.

Supplements

covering

loss

of

life

will

get

to

you

within

48

hours

by

TWX,

and

those

covering

seriwts

damage

to equip

merit

within

10

days

by

mail.

The

title

page

of

the

Flight

Manual

and

the

title

block

of

each

Safety

Sup-

plement

should

be checked

to determine

the

effect

they

may

have

on

existing

Supplements.

 

You

must

remain

constantly

iiwnrr

of

the

status

of

all

Supplements.

Cur-

rent

Supplements

 

must

be complied

with,

hut

there

is

no

point

in

restricting

your

operation

by

complying

with

a replaced

or

rescinded

Supplement.

 

OPERATIONAL

SUPPLEMENTS.

 

Information

involving

changes

to operating

 

procedures

 

will

be forwarded

 

to you

by Operational

Supplements.

The

procedure

for

handling

Operational

Supplements

is

the

same

as for

Safety

Supplements.

CHECKLISTS.

 

l’he

Flight

Manual

contains

only

amplified

procedures.

 

Abbreviated

Checklists

are

issued

as separate

docu-

ments;

see

the

back

of

the

title

page

for

the

date

of

your

latest

Checklist.

Line

items

in

the

Flight

Manual

and

Checklists

are

identical

with

respect

to

arrange-

ment

and

step

number.

Whenever

 

a Safety

Supplement

 

affects

the

Checklist,

write

in

the

applicable

 

change

on

the

affected

Checklist

page.

As

xoon

as possible,

a

the applicable   change on the affected Checklist page. As xoon as possible, a ii
 

T.O.

1 F-l

11 (B)A-I

new

Checklist

page

incorporating

the

Supplement

will

YOUR

RESPONSIBILITY

-

TO

LET

be issued.

This

will

keep

handwritten

entries

of

Safety

US

KNOW.

Supplement

mum.

information

in

your

Checklist

to

a mini-

Every

effort

is made

to keep

the Flight

Manual

current.

 

Review

conferences

with

operating

personnel

and

a

constant

review

of

accident

and

flight

rest

reports

as-

HOW

TO

GET

PERSONAL

COPIES.

Each

flight

crew

member

is entitled

to personal

copies

of

the

Flight

Manual,

Safety

Supplements,

Operational

Supplements,

 

and

Checklisrs.

The

required

quantities

should

be

ordered

before

you

need

them

fo

assure

their

prompt

receipt.

Check

.with

your

supply

person-

nel

-

it

is

their

job

to

fulfill

your

Technical

Order

requests.

Basically,

you

must

order

the

required

quan-

tities

on

the

appropriate

Numerical

Index

and

Re-

quirement

Table

(NIRT).

T.O.

00-5-I

and

T.O.

00-5-2

give

detailed

information

for

Properly

ordering

xhese

publications.

Make

sure

a system

is established

at

your

base

to

deliver

these

publications

 

to

the

flight

crews

immediately

upon

receipt.

FLIGHT

MANUAL

BINDERS.

 

Looseleaf

binders

and

sectionalized

tabs

are

available

for

use with

your

manual.

These

are obtained

through

local

purchase

procedures

and

are

listed

in

the

Federal

Supply

Schedule

(FSC

Group

75, Office

Supplies,

Part

1~). Check

with

your

supply

Personnel

for

assistan’ce

in

procuring

these

items.

 

WARNINGS,

CAUTIONS,

AND

NOTES.

The

following

definitions

apply

to “Warnings”,

“Cau-

tions”.

and

“Notes”

found

throughout

the

manual.

 

piziG-

 

Operating

procedures,

techniques,

etc.,

which

will

result

in

personal

injury

or

loss

of

lift:

if

not

carefully

followed.

 

Operating

procedures,

techniques,

etc.,

which

will

result

in

damage

to

equipment

if

not

carefully

followed.

 

Note

An

operating

procedure,

 

technique,

etc.,

which

is considered

essential

to emphasize.

sure

inclusion

of

the

latest

data

in

the

manual.

HOW-

ever,

we

cmnot

correct

an

error

unless

we

know

it

exists.

In

this

regard,

it

is essential

that

you

do

your

part.

Comments,

 

corrections,

and

questions

regarding

this

manual

or

any phase

of the

Flight

Manual

program

are

welcomed.

These

should

be

forwarded

on

Form

847

through

your

Command

 

Headquarters

to:

SMAMA

 

:McClellan

AFB,

California

 

95652

Attn:

MMSTA

 

AIRCRAFT

 

DESIGNATION

CODES.

 

.Major

differences

between

aircraft

covered

in

rhis

man-

ual

are

designated

by

number

symbols

which

appear

in

the

text

or

on

illustrations.

Symbol

designations

for

individual

aircraft

and

groups

of aircraft

are as follows:

 

Q

67.161

 

!D

68.268

a

67.162

Cfl

68.269

Q

67-163

@J

68.270

Q

67.71’92

(3

68.271

0

67.7193

El

68.272

0

67.7194

@J

68.273

Q

K-7195

P&3

68-274

@I

67.7196

m

68-175

(D

a-2;‘)

 

a

68.276

@J

6X.240

 

CL3

68.277

@I

6%2il

 

b3Ll

68.278

(D

6X-242

 

a

68-279

m

(,X-Eli

@

68.280

(D

6X.24.4

El

68-281

IId

68.245

m

68.282

0

68.246

E!

68-283

(D

6X-247

a

68-284

m

68.248

@

68.285

cg

6X-249

ED

68.286

@

68.250

Q

6X-287

@

68.251

a

68.288

a

6X-252

CD

68.289

FL3

6X-253

@

68.290

a

68-25-i

a

68.291

@

68.255

m

68.292

a

68.256

@

69.6503

 

@

6X-25’

El

69.6504

EB

68.258

a

69.0505

m

68.25’)

a

69.6506

Ql

68.260

@

69.6507

@I

68.261

a

69.6508

a

6X-262

m

69.6509

@B

68.263

a

69.6510

El

68-26-1

m

69.6511

m

68.265

a

O-6512

 

B

69.6513

a

69.6514

 

,

“througn-

 

or

“and

on”.

  B 69.6513 a 69.6514   , “througn-   or “and on”. Change 1 iii

A/B

AD1

AFRS

AILA

AIPD

AIR

AIR

ALT

ALT

AL’l’M

AMAC

AME

AM1

ANT

ASTM

ATF

ATT

AVVI

AYC

FE

RE1

CAL

HLD

BCN

BLIHI

BNDTl

CADC

CCM

ecu

C/D

CDS

CIR

CKT

CMD

CMDS

COM

(:OMP

CKS LINE

CKS SEL NAV (SD

cs

CSS

cssc

Im

DCC

DFST

DG

LIISP

DIV

EBL

EPI

EPR

1iVF

T.O.

lF-I

1 l(B)A-1

GLOSSARY

FIX

I:LSc

I:SK

Fl’(:

FXPT

HuM

HSD

II\1

I(%

IFIS

INS

1111

IRS

IRRS

InI

I\\(:

ADD

LNCH

l

I.‘;13

ⅈ(:

hln

hl Ill

MSMA

NPU

NTIK

NWS/AR

ODS

OMO

oI\Is

Ohl’l‘

01.1.

PCSS

PP. I’RES/POS

I’PI

RAD

RCSS

KtiAws

SAI:

51’1’

SK

SMDC

Flighr Director

Flexible Linear Shaped Charges

Frequency Shift Keying Fast l‘ime Constant

Fixpoint

Computer

I Ion1i “B

Horizont;d

I Iorixmtal

Situation Display

Situation

Indicator

Fast l‘ime Constant Fixpoint Computer I Ion1i “B Horizont;d I Iorixmtal Situation Display Situation Indicator iv

SPC

Special

Purpose

Chaff

SPU

Systems

Program

Unit

SRAM

Short

Range

Attack

Missile

STAB

AUG

Stability

Augmentation

STC

Sensitivity

Time

Control

TAL

Transfer

Alignment

Procedure

TBC

Trackbreaker

Chaff

TDU

Threat

Display

Unit

TED

Trailing

Edge

Down

TEU

Trailing

Edge

Up

TFR

Terrain

Following

Radar

‘I-G

(Tg)

Time-to-Go

TIT

Turbine

Inlet

Temperature

TKR

RV

Tanker

Rendezvous

TTI

‘lot;J

Temperature

Indicator

Uppet

Sideband

Weapons

Delivery

Computer

1.0.

IF-1

11 (B)A-I

DEFINITIONS.

ASYMMETRICAL

 

LOADING

 

Weapon/tank

load

on

any

pylon

is

not

identical

to

the

corresponding

pylon

on

opposite

wing

 

SYMMBI’RIC

MANEUVER

 

A

pull-our

or push-over

maneover

ot

steady

hank

ASYMMETRIC

A rolling

pull-out

HERTZ

(Hz)

MANEUVER

A

new

term

for

cycles

per

second

(cps)

when

used

in

conjonction

with

electrical

ot

electronic

language.

 

LIMIT

CYCLE

 

A

sustained

oscillation

which

builds

up

to

and

main-

tains

a constant

amplitude.

  A sustained oscillation which builds up to and main- tains a constant amplitude.

This

list

includes

have

been

issued

Those

issued

after

Change/Revision,

ing.

Refer

to

the

T.O.

No.

lF-Ill-505

IF-Ill-563

lF-111.571

lF-Ill-583

lF-111.599

IF-111.611

IF-111.677

lF-111.742

IF-Ill-755

lF-111.760

lF-111.779

IF-Ill-780

lF-111.819

lF-III-824

IF-111.829

lF-Ill-833

lF-Ill-863

lF-111-876

1.0.

1 F-l

11 (B)A-1

 

AIRCRAFT

RETROFIT

TECHNICAL

 

ORDER

 

INFORMATION

 

the

applicable

 

TCTO

numbers

that

complete

 

listing

of

TCTO’s

which

are

applicable

to

up

to

the

date

of

this

publication.

this

aircraft.

Throughout

this

manual,

the

terms

“Prior

that

date

will

appear

in

the

next

to

T.O.

-‘I

and

“After

T.O.

-”

refer

to aircraft

prior

This

is

not

a complete

TCTO

list-

to

modificaton

and

aircraft

after

modilication,

respec-

Basic

Index

 

(T.O.

O-l-l-4)

for

the

tively.

 
 

Short Title

 

System/Egulpment

Affected

 

Provide

Overboard

 

Water

Drain

for

ECS

 

Air

Conditioning

&

Pressuri-

 

zation

System,

Section

I.

AN/APS-109/ALR-41

RHAWS

 

Penetration

Aids,

Section

I,

 

T.O.

IF-1 1I(Bl-3.

 

Relocate

Rudder

Authority

Hydraulic

Hydraulic

System,

Section

I.

Line

Install

Hydraulic

Fuse

Hydraulic

System,

Section

1.

Modify

Hydraulic

Isolation

Circuit

Hydraulic

System,

Section

1.

Fire

Detection

System

Ground

Test

Engines,

Section

I.

Switches

Add

New

Ground

Interphone

Receptacle

Communications

Equipment,

 

Section

I

Add

Divider

Between

Wheel

Well

and

Speed

Brake

Limits,

Section

V.

Wing

Cavity

Install

New

Autopilot/Damper

Switches

Autopilot

System,

Section

I.

Add

Strap

to Restraint

Harness

Crew

Module,

Section

1

Replace

TFR

Knobs-Easier

Identitica-

TFR,

Section

1.

 

tiotl

Relocate

Attack

Radar

Scope

Controls

Attack

Radar,

Section

1.

RHAWS

(ANlAPS-lOA/ALR-41)

Penetration

Aids,

T.O.

 

lF-Ill(BI-3.

 

Add

New

Full

Flap

Stop

Wing

Flaps

and

Slats,

Section

 

I.

Deactivate

LSTC

 

Flight

Control

System,

Sec-

 

tions

1 and

VI.

Install

Improved

CMRS

(AN/AAR-34)

Penetration

Aids,

T.O.

 

IF-lll(B)A-1.3.

 

Install

AN/ARC-123

HF

Radio

Communications

 

Equipment,

 

Section

I.

Modify

Fuel

Pylons

Stores

Limitations,

Section

V.

  Section I. Modify Fuel Pylons Stores Limitations, Section V. TCTO Flyleaf 1

T.O.

No.

I IF-Ill-877

1F.Ill-891

IF-Ill-946

I IF-111.996

 

T.O.

lF-I

1 lWA-1

 

Short

Title

System/Equi@zent

Affected

Current

Limiting

Device

for

 

IRU

Cold

Weather

Procedures,

 

Sec-

 

tion

VII

New

Stall

Warning

System

Flight

Controls,

Section

I.

Weapons

Bay

Overheat

Detection

 

Wheel

Well

Overhear

Detec-

 

tion

System,

Section

I

Incorporate

Improvements

in

TFR/

TFR

&

LARA,

Section

I

LARA

Systems

 

lF-111.1020

I IF-Ill-1074

lF-Ill(B

IF-lll(BlA-554

lF-lll(B)A-567

lF-Ill(B

and

-590

Replace

Inboard

Spoiler

Inboard

Link

Maneuverability

 

Limitations,

 

Drive

Assembly

Section

V

 

Improve

Detectability

of RHAWS

Audio

Communicarions

 

Equipment

 

Signals

and

Warning

Tone

and

TFR.

Section

I

Bomhing

Timer

Armament.

Section

I.

 

Install

Secondary

Pirot

Static

System

Pitot

Static

System,

Section

 

I.

Nav/LCOS

Tie-in

RHAW

Penetration

Aids,

T.O.

 

IF-IIl(B)A-l-3.

 

Modify

Fuel

Pylons

Stores

Limitations.

Section

 

V.

Modify

Yaw

and

Roll

Flight

Control

Autopilot

System,

Section

I

Computers,

Feel

and

Trim

Assy,

and

Con-

trol

Stick

Add

ECM

Set

(AN/ALQ-94)

 

Penetration

Aids,

T.O.

 

lF-lII(B)A-l-3.

 

Modify

Bomb

Release

Program

Unit

Safe

Jettison,

Section

III.

Install

Attitude

Monitor

System

 

Instruments,

Section

I

 

Caution

Lamp

Analysis,

Set-

tion

III

Deactivation

of Hydraulic

Pump

Depres-

Hydraulic

System,

Section

I

surizing

Valves

 

Modify

Flight

Program

for

Bomb

Nav

TFR.

Section

I

IF-lll(B)A-593

IF-1 11 (B)A-602

lF-lll(B)A-620

IF-lll(B)A-637

I

IF-Ill(B

IF-lll(B)A-651

 

and

TFR

Systems

Flyleaf

2

Change

1

TCTO

lF-lll(B)A-620 IF-lll(B)A-637 I IF-Ill(B IF-lll(B)A-651   and TFR Systems Flyleaf 2 Change 1 TCTO

1.0.

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I I(BI

Section

I

 

Description

8

Operation

OMRIPllON & OPERAlION

Description 8 Operation OMRIPllON & OPERAlION TABLE OF CONTENTS.   Page The Aircraft I -

TABLE

OF

CONTENTS.

 

Page

The

Aircraft

I-l

Engines

 

1-5

Oil

Supply

System

l-15

Fuel

Supply

System

 

l-16

Electrical

Power

Supply

System

 

l-29

Hydreulic

Power

Supply

System

1-37

Pneumatic

Power

Supply

Systems

l-41

Landing

Gear

System

I--f I

‘I‘ail

Bumper

System

I-i5

Nme

Wheel

Steering

System

I-45

Brake

Sysrem

 

I-46

Aircraft

Arresting

System

1.48

Aerodynamic

Deceleration

Equipment

I-48

Wing

Flaps

and

Slats

l-48

Wing

Sweep

System

 

I-50

Flight

Control

System

l-52

Autopilot

System

 

l-74

Central

Air

Datza Computer

System

l-81

Maximum

Safe Mach

Assembly

l-82

Auxiliary

Flight

Reference

System

1.83

Warning,

Caution,&

Indicator

Lamps

l-85

Pitot-Static

System

l-88

Instruments

l-88

Communication

 

Equipment

l-103

I-Hand

Radar

Transponder

 

I-109

Tactical

Air

Navigation

System

 

l-110

Jnstrumenc

Landing

System

l-111

IFF

System

l-112

Bombing

Navigation

System

~~~~~

l-116

Armament

System

I-128

Attack

Radar

I-130

Horizontal

Situation

Display

System

l-140

Radar

Altimeter

System

l-l.42

Terrain

Following

Radar

I-143

Optical

Display

Sight

l-157

Penetration

Aids

l-160

Lighting

System

 

~~~

l-160

CilWJpy

 

I-163

Air

Conditioning

and

Pressurization

Systems

 

l-163

Wheel

Well

Overheat

Detection

System

l-172

Oxygen

System

 

~~~

l-173

Crew

Module

liscape

System

 

l-176

Miscellaneous

Equipment

 

.~~~~~~~1.184

THE

AIRCRAFT.

The

FB-II

1A

is B two-place

(side-by-side)

long-range

lighter

bomber

built

by

General

Dynamics,

Convair

Aerospace

Division,

Fort

Worth

Operation.

The

air-

craft

is

designed

for

all

weather

supersonic

opera-

tion

at

both

low

and

high

altitudes.

Mission

capehili-

ties

include

long

range

attack

missions

utilizing

con-

ventional

or

nuclear

weapons.

An

automatic

low

al-

titude

terrain

following

system

enhances

penetration

capability.

Power

is

provided

by

two

TF-30

 

axial-

flow,

dual-compressor

turbofan

engines

equipped

with

afterburners.

The

wings,

equipped

with

leading

edge

slats

and

trailing

edge

flaps,

may

be

varied

in

sweep,

area,

camber,

and

aspect

ratio

by

the

selection

of

any

wing

sweep

angle

between

16

and

72.5

degrees.

A

selective

forward

wing

sweep

provides

takeoff

and

landing

capabilities

at

minimum

speeds.

For

all

oth-

er

regimes,

the

wings

are

manually

swept

in

accord-

aocr

wicb

desired

math

number.

This

feature

provides

the

aircraft

with

a

highly

versatile

operating

cove-

lope.

‘l-he

empermage

consists

of

a fixed

vertical

stabi-

lizer

with

rudder

for

directional

control

and

a

hori-

zontal