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1TF-104 G -1/1
1° Luglio 1973

MINISTERO DELLA DIFESA


DIREZIONE GENERALE DELLE COSTRUZIONI, DELLE ARMI E DEGLI ARMAMENTI AE-
RONAUTICI E SPAZIALI
ROMA

IDENTIFICAZIONE PUBBLICAZIONE COMMERCIALE

Titolo

LISTA dei CONTROLLI del PILOTA

PER IL

VELIVOLO TF.104 G

Tito/a originate:

PILOT'S ABBREVIATED FLIGHT CREW CHECKLIST


(l.M.1001-CL)

Edizione datata: 1° Luglio 1973


Aggiorn. datato:
Tipo
dell'equipaggiamento: "TF.104G"
Ditta costruttrice: AERITALIA
STABILIMENTI DI TORINO (ITALIA)
(Licenza Lockheed - U.S. A.)

Nota: Gli Enti che hanno in dotazione o che sono interessati a questo equipag-
giamento potranno richiedere altre copie della presente pubblicazione a
COSTARMAEREO - 4° Rep. - 11° Div. - 3° Sez., che provvederà a soddi-
sfare le richieste secondo le disponibilità di approvvigionamento.
Versione checklist 1.0
Questa checklist è stata ricavata dal manuale “Flight-
Manual-F-RF-TF-104G” per il velivolo TF-104-G,
versione Consortium con seggiolino eiettabile C-2
S/R-2.

Checklist version 1.0


This checklist is based on the flight manual
“FlightManual-F-RF-TF-104G” for the TF-104-
G, Consortium version, ejection seat C-2 S/R-2
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CHECKLIST FOREWORD

CONTENT. This checklist consists of normal procedures


and emergency procedures. The numbered items corre-
spond to identically numbered items in the amplified pro-
cedures in Sections II and III of the Flight Manual. Emer-
gency procedures are identified by a black striped border.

FLIGHT MANUAL. This checklist does not replace the


amplified version of the procedures in the Flight Manual.
To fly the airplane safely and efficiently, you must read
and thoroughly understand why each step is performed
and why it occurs in a certain sequence.

CONCURRENCY. As changes are made to the amplified


checklists in the Flight Manual, concurrent changes will
be made to this checklist so that both will agree. However,
a change to the Flight Manual may not affect the amplified
procedures. Therefore, the Flight Manual date may not be
the same as the check- list date. To determine the checklist
applicable to a given Flight Manual issue, refer to the bot-
tom of the Flight Manual A page under Current Flight
Crew Checklist. For purposes of determining the concur-
rency between the Flight Manual and this checklist, the
latest. date of a Safety or Operational Supplement affect-
ing this checklist will be considered to be the latest change
date of the Flight Manual.

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NORMAL PROCEDURES TABLE OF


CONTENTS

TABLE OF CONTENTS

PREFLIGHT CHECK N-1


BEFORE ENTERING COCKPIT N-1
INTERIOR CHECK N-4
STARTING ENGINE. N-11
GROUND OPERATION. N-12
BEFORE TAKEOFF N-17
TAKEOFF N-19
AFTER TAKEOFF N-19
DESCENT N-20
BEFORE LANDING N-20
LANDING N-23
GO-AROUND N-24
AFTER LANDING N-24
ENGINE SHUTDOWN N-25
ALERT COCKING PROCEDURES N-26
ALERT SCRAMBLE PROCEDURES N-27

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PREFLIGHT CHECK

BEFORE EXTERIOR INSPECTION

1. Airplane engineering status and servicing check. PREFLIGHT


CHECK
2. If inertial navigator is pre- -Switch to NAV
aligned

3. Landing gear lever -DOWN.

4. Armament and radar -SAFE, or as required.


switches

5. If inertial navigator is not pre-aligned:


a. X-Y -Check.
b. External power -ON.
c. Inertial navigator -STBY.
6. Radar glareshield -Secure.

EXTERIOR INSPECTION
Perform exterior inspection as outlined in the flight
manual.

BEFORE ENTERING COCKPIT

1. Canopy -Check. Check for cracks


cleanliness, and distor-
tion.

2. Manual cable cutter ring -Secure.

3. Ejection seat and lap belt in- -Inspect general condi-


itiator hoses tion.

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4. Ejection ring in position and -Check.


seat safety pin installed

5. Canopy jettison initiator -Condition, quick discon-


hose nect properly seated and
safety wired.

6. Survival kit emergency oxy- -Check (if required).


gen pressure

7. Deployment-gun heat sens- -Inspect for evidence of


ing decal overtemperature (force-
deployed parachute).

AFT COCKPIT CHECK (SOLO FLIGHTS)


(The following aft cockpit inspection must be made
before solo flights.)
1. Seat pin -Installed.

2. Survival kit -Secure.

3. Lap belt, shoulder harness -Secure.


and all personal leads

4. Circuit breakers -In.

5. Stability control switches -ON.

6. Auxiliary trim selector -STICK TRIM.


switch

7. Fuel shut-off switch -ON (guard down).

8. Radar mode selector switch -OFF.

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9. Landing and taxi light -OFF.


switches

10. Antiskid switch -ON.

11. Drag chute handle -Stowed.

12. Manual landing gear release -Stowed.


handle

13. Emergency armament cut- -ON guard down.


out switch

14. Canopy jettison handle -Stowed.

15. Ram air extension handle -Stowed.

16. Thunder storm lights switch -OFF.

17. Generator switches -NEUTRAL (guards


down).

18. Fresh air scoop lever -CLOSED; lever in


last(aft) detent.
Note
Press the button on the lever and make sure lever is in
last detent.
19. Oxygen supply lever and -OFF.
pressure suit oxygen

20. TACAN control panel -OFF.

21. Pitch sensor and pitot beat -OFF.


switch

22. Face-plate heat rheostat -OFF (if installed).

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23. Ventilated suit blower -OFF


switch

24. Interior lights rheostats and -OFF.


spotlights

25. Circuit breakers -IN.

26. SSU -As required.

27. Aft canopy-LOCKED, visually check the 3 locking


hooks in place and that the canopy handle is rotated fully aft.
If canopy is not locked, rotate the canopy external locking
lever through its entire arc of travel to an absolute stop above
the black line.

INTERIOR CHECK
(For dual flights * items apply only to forward cock-
pit.)
1. Foot retractors -Attach.

2. Survival kit, anti-G suit hose, shoulder harness, parachute


lanyard anchor (BA-18, -22, and EFA parachutes), and lap
belt-Fasten,

3. Lanyard, zero-delay -Connect (BA-18, -22


parachutes).

4. Rudder pedals and scat -Adjust.

5. Oxygen hoses and other per- -Connect.


sonal leads

6. Canopy initiator safety pin -Check.


removed

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7. If pressure suit is not used, -Connect.


headset, and oxygen mask

8. External power unit -Connected and ON.


Note
INTERIOR
Connecting the external power unit will cause the CHECK
CAUTION light and the following warning lights to
be illuminated until the engine is started:
FIXED FREQ. OUT
GENERATOR NO. 1 OUT
GENERATOR NO. 2 OUT
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM OUT
AUTO PITCH CONT. OUT
CANOPY UNSAFE
ENGINE OIL LEVEL LOW
9. Left console circuit breakers -IN.

10. UHF antenna selector -As required


switch

11. Emergency UHF radio -OFF and safetied.


switch (if installed)

12. UHF command radio -As required.

13. Stability control switches -ON


(roll, pitch, yaw)

14. APC cutout switch -ON.

15. *Pylon jettison switch -OFF

16. *Camera shutter switch -As required

17. *RefueIing switch -OFF.

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18. Fuel shutoff switch -Guard down and clip in


place.

19. Auxiliary trim selector -STICK TRIM.


switch

Do not use primary or auxiliary trim control without


hydraulic pressure as this may damage the trim motor.

20. Camera control panel (if in- -As required.


stalled)

21. Radar control panel -OFF.

22. *A/A scan switch (if in- As desired.


stalled

23. *AGM-l2B power switch (if -OFF.


installed)

24. Wing flap lever -UP.

25. Throttle OFF -Check.

26. Speed brake switch -IN.

27. Landing gear lever red -Out.


warning light

28. Landing gear unsafe warn- -Out.


ing light

29. Landing gear green indica- -Lighted


tor lights.

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30. Landing and taxi lights -OFF.


switch

31. Antiskid switch -ON.

32. Drag chute handle -Stowed.

33. *Armament control panel.


d. Sight -Caged.
e. Master arming switch -OFF.
f. Bomb release switch -MANUAL.
g. Armament mode select -As required.
switch
h. Sight switch -As required.
i. IR sight switch -As required.
34. Manual landing gear release -Stowed.
handle

35. Altimeter -Set.

36. Clock -Check.

37. Airspeed marker -Set as desired.

38. PHI -Set grivation.

39. Standby attitude indicator -Check (if installed).

40. Attitude Indicator -Check.

Check as follows after inertial navigator switched to ALIGN


or NAV for MM-3:
a. Warning OFF flag retracted.

b. Attitude sphere for proper attitude and freedom from oscil-


lation.

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c. Attitude sphere for proper response to trim knob.


41. Canopy unsafe warning -check, push-to-test
light (modified aircraft).

42. Accelerometer -Reset.

43. Weapons selector panel.


a. Drop lock switch -SAFE.
b. External stores selector -SAFE.
switch
44. Control transfer panel -As required.

45. Canopy jettison handle -Stowed.

46. Ram air turbine handle. -Stowed.

47. Emergency nozzle closure -Stowed.


handle

48. Storm lights switch -OFF.

49. External fuel quantity indi- -Check fuel quantity.


cator selector switch

50. Generator switches -ON.

51. *Canopy defogger rheostat -As required.

52. FUEL QTY & C.I.T. TEST -UP. Check internal fuel
switch quantity, fuel indicating
system

53. WARNING LIGHTS TEST -DOWN, check warning


switch lights.

54. Liquid oxygen quantity -4 liters minimum


gage-

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55. Oxygen pressure gage -Approximately 65-120


psi

56. Oxygen system -Checked.

57. Faceplate heat rheostat -As required.

58. Pressure suit valve lever -As required.

59. TACAN control panel -OFF.

60. *IFF master switch -OFF.

61. *SIF panel -As required.

62. *DCU-9A, T-249, or T- -As required.


1524 panel

63. Dual timers -Check (if required).

64. *Inertial navigator control -As required.


panel

65. Fresh air scoop lever -CLOSED, lever in last


aft detent.

Keep the fresh air scoop level in CLOSED position


during the preflight check and all ground operation.
This will provide sufficient cooling air for the elec-
tronic equipment. If the fresh-air scoop is opened on
the ground, the supply of cooling air to the electronics
compartment is shut off and the electronic equipment
may overheat.

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66. *Cockpit temperature mode -AUTO.


selector switch

67. *Cockpit heat rheostat -As required.

68. Pitot-pitch and temperature -OFF.


probe heater switch
69.

70. *Engine/duct anti-ice switch -OFF

71. Ventilated suit blower -As required.


switch

72. *Rain remover switch -OFF.

73. PHI navigation control -As required.


panel

74. Lighting control panel -As required.

75. *C-2G compass function se- -MAG and SYNC.


lector switch

76. Right console circuit break- -IN.


ers

77. Camera shutter switch -As required (if in-


stalled).

78. Rocket select switch -As required (if in-


stalled).

79. *ALIGN control panel -As required.

80. Air refueling probe light -OFF; (if installed).


switch

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STARTING ENGINE.

AUTOMATIC START.

1. Ground turbine compressor -Connected and ON.


and auto-start control cable

2. Start switch -START and release.


-IDLE (10 percent). STARTING
3. Throttle
ENGINE

(At 10 percent rpm, advance throttle from OFF to a position


beyond IDLE and then retard to IDLE detent.)

4. Fuel flow 400-800 pounds -Check at 10 t o 12 per-


per hour cent rpm.

5. Start switches -STOP-START at 40 per-


cent rpm. At 40 percent
rpm, simultaneously
move the No. l and No. 2
start switches to the
STOP-START position
and signal ground crew to
stop air flow.

6. External electrical power -Disconnect at idle rpm.


and ground turbine compressor

7. Engine instruments for -Check.


proper indications
a. Nozzle position -8.5 to 9.5.
b. Tachometer -67 (±1) percent.
c. Exhaust gas temperature -Normal (320cc to420°C).
d. Oil pressure -12 psi minimum.
e. Oil quantity -Checked (modified
aircraft).
f. Fuel flow -700÷1600 lb/hr.

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FALSE, HANGING OR HOT START PROCEDURES.

1. Throttle -OFF.

2. Start. witches -STOP-START.


Simultaneously move
start switthes to STOP-
START and signal crew
to stop air flow.

3. Check for absence of fuel in tailpipe.

4. Attempt restart.

GROUND OPERATION.

AFTER START CHECK.

1. If IN is not prealigned -Switch to ALIGN.

2. Rain remover -CHECK.

3. Optical sight, IR sight, and -Checked, if required.


dual timers

4. Radar -As required.

5. UHF, TACAN, IFF/SIF -As required. Check for


proper operation.

6. Engine duct anti-ice -Check, as required.

PILOT/CREW CHIEF CHECK.

1. Speed brakes -OUT.

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a. Pressure indication on No. 2 gage should drop quickly to a


minimum of 2175 psi, rise momentarily to a maximum of
3300 psi, and return to normal.
b. On signal from crew chief, dose speed brakes. Pressure in-
dication on No. 2 gage should drop quickly to a minimum of
2175 psi, rise momentarily to a maximum of 3300 psi and re-
turn to normal.
2. Controls -Check for free movement, in following order,
of aileron, horizontal stabilizer, and rudder.
a. Move ailerons only through complete cycle. Pressure indi-
cations should drop to a minimum of 2600 psi, rise to 3300 psi
GROUND
maximum, and return to normal. OPERATION
b. Move stabilizer only through complete cycle. Pressure indi-
cation should drop to a minimum of 2700 psi, rise to 3300 psi
maximum, and return to normal.
c. Move rudder through maximum travel. Hydraulic pressure
should drop, rise, and return to normal.
3. Trim -Check operation and set to takeoff, in following or-
der: aileron, horizontal stabilizer, and rudder. Check opera-
tion of trim and obtain ground crew verification for proper
movement and position.

4. Dampers -OFF and ON again. Turn off all damper


switches, then turn on again in the following order: ROLL,
PITCH, YAW.

5. APC (including pitot and temperature probe heaters, if re-


quired) -Check as follows (flaps up, stick released):
a. Pitot pitch temperature probe switch -ON, for 5 seconds (if
required).
b. Right Vane 41/4 to 43/4 -Shaker.
Slowly rotate right side angle-of-attack vane clockwise Stick
shaker should operate at equivalent angle-of-attack gage indi-
cation of 41/4 to 43/4.

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c. Right Vane 5-No kicker.


Continue clockwise rotation of vane to stop-Stick kicker
should not operate with landing gear clown.
d. Return vane to neutral position.
e. Actuate right-hand forward landing door uplock switch.
(APC-AIL/RUD limiter ground test switch on aircraft with
2136/2137 c/w or antiskid failsafe test switch on aircraft with
2093 or 2103 c/w) slowly rotate right side angle-of-attack
vane clockwise-Stick kicker should operate at equivalent an-
gle-of-attack gage indication of 5. Hold vane so that kicker re-
mains activated
f. Overpower APC with a strong steady force. Obtain an aft
stick movement of 2 to 3 inches. (If force is maintained, stick
will slowly move to full aft position at approximately 1/2 inch
per second.) Check APC emergency disconnect switch.
g. Pitot-static head -Check for heating (if required).
h. Operate antiskid switch OFF and ON
6. Flaps -LAND have ground crew check BLC air flow
(check that flap extension time does not exceed 20 seconds
maximum).

7. Flaps -TAKEOFF have ground crew verify flap position,


check absence of BLC.

8. Emergency nozzle closure system -Check.


a. Throttle -IDLE.
b. Emergency nozzle closure -Pull.
handle
c. Nozzle position indicator -1.0 to 3.0.
d. Emergency nozzle closure -Push in.
handle.
e. Nozzle position indicator -Check for return to idle
area.

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If unable to push in nozzle closure handle:


a. Emergency nozzle closure -Pull.
handle
b. Abort
9. IN -NAV and zero PHI.

10. Ejection seat pin -Out (show to crew chief)

11. External stores safety pins -Removed and shown by


groundcrew.

BEFORE TAXIING

1. Canopy -Locked or full open. BEFORE


TAXIING
2. Wheel chocks -Removed.

TAXIING

1. Nosewheel steering -Engage.

The nosewheel and rudder pedals must be correctly aligned


before engaging nosewheel steering.

2. Brakes -Check.

Check brake action with antiskid brake switch OFF.

3. Antiskid brake switch -ON.

Leave antiskid brake switch ON throughout flight.

4. Flight instrument and navi- -Check


gation equipment
a. Directional indicator -Check.

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b. Attitude indicators (Rotate 5 -Set.


degrees nose down)
c. Turn-and-slip indicator -Operating (check for turn
needle deflection in the di-
rection of turn while taxi-
ing and ball free in the
race).
d. Vertical velocity indicator -Check for zero setting.
e. Standby magnetic compass -Check heading indcation
and that the card swings
freely and the bowl is full
of fluid.
f. Navigation equipment. -Check for proper opera-
tion and indications, as re-
quired

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BEFORE TAKEOFF
Perform the following checks:

1. Tanks (external) -Feeding.

2. Wing flaps -Takeoff position.

3. Inertia reel -Locked.

4. Spurs -Connected

5. Seat-Seatbelt and shoulder- -Connected.


harness for tightness. Zero-delay
lanyard

6. Speedbrakes IN -Check.

7. Canopy -Locked, warning light


out. Check locks visually.

8. Oxygen -As required, check quan-


tity, pressure, blinker
working, and connec-
tions.

9. Radios, IFF, TACAN and -Check.


Radar

10. Ejection seat pin -Out.

11. Defogger -Check for operation, on


if required.

12. Stabilizer takeoff trim light -Check.

13. Anti-collision lights -ON (if required) modi-


fied aircraft.

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ENGINE CHECK.

1. Throttle -Burst to Military. Check


engine acceleration (max.
10 sec.); check engine in-
struments as follows:
a. RPM -100 (± 1) percent.
b. EGT -590 (± 10) °C (-1lA en-
gine).
c. -605 (± 10) °C (-11B en-
gine).
d. Nozzle position -10 to 3.5.
e. Fuel flow -Check.
f. Oil pressure -Check.
2. Throttle -Slowly reduce to 80%
rpm; check for compres-
sor stall.

3. Throttle -Military.

4. Canopy unsafe warning -Check (modified air-


light (flashing light) craft).

5. Throttle -Rapidly retard to IDLE


position, check for com-
pressor stall, throttle link-
age and for minimum
fuel flow of 400 lb/ hr.

6. Pitot heat and engine anti- -As required.


ice

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TAKEOFF

NORMAL TAKEOFF.

1. Nosewheel steering -Engage.

2. Throttle -Military.

3. Brakes -Release.

4. Throttle -Minimum sector after-


burner (ensure a stabi-
lized afterburner light).

5. Throttle -Maximum thrust.

6. Engine intrument -Check.

7. Use nosewheel steering as necessary for directional con-


trol. TAKEOFF

8. Assume takeoff attitude (approximately 5 degrees nose


up).

AFTER TAKEOFF
1. Landing gear lever -UP.

When airplane is definitely airborne, retract gear.

2. Landing gear warning lights -Check.


out.

3. Wing flap lever -UP at 260 KIAS mini-


mum. Check indicator.

4. Throttle -As desired (monitor noz-


zle position indicator).

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5. Engine instruments -Check.

6. Airspeed -Best climb.

7. Fuel quantity -Check.

8. Lanyard zero-delay -Disconnect passing 2000


feet AGL.

9. Oxygen diluter lever -Normal.

10. Altimeter -Set.

DESCENT
1. Engine/duct anti-ice, defog- -As required.
ger, and pitot heat

2. Altimeter -Set.

3. Fuel quantity -Check (determine final


approach speed).

4. Lanyard, zero-delay -Connect.

5. Oxygen diluter lever -As required.

BEFORE LANDING
Following the procedures set forth below will produce the re-
sults shown in the landing chart in the Appendix.

1. Sights -Caged and OFF

2. Radar -As required.

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3. Camera control panel (if in- -OFF.


stalled)

4. Armament switches -OFF.

Initial.
1. Wing flap lever -TAKEOFF, check indi-
cators.

2. Airspeed -325 KIAS.

3. Altitude -1500 feet (AGL).

Downwind.
1. Landing gear lever -DOWN when speed has
decreased to less than
260 KIAS, check indica-
DESCENT
tors.
BEFORE
LANDING
2. Wing flap lever -LAND when speed is
below 240KIAS and
above 210 KlAS.

Base Leg Turn.


1. Landing gear down and -Check.
locked

2. Anti-skid light -Checked.

3. Airspeed -200 KIAS minimum

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Final.
When on final approach, accomplish following:

1. Rollout on final approach: -6000 feet.


Minimum recommended dis-
tance from end of runway

2. recommended airspeed -Not less than 190 KIAS.

3. Engine speed -Not less than 83 percent


rpm.

4. Fly final at recommended fi-


nal approach speed.

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LANDING

NORMAL LANDING

1. Normal landing speed range


l55 to l60 KIAS.

2. Throttle -Retard to IDLE after


touchdown.

3. Nosewheel -Lower.

4. Nosewheel steering -Engage.

5. Drag chute -Deploy (if required).

TOUCH-AND-GO LANDINGS

After touchdown proceed as follows:

1. Throttle -IDLE.

2. Flaps -TAKEOFF.
LANDING
3. Throttle -MILITARY.

4. Speed brake -IN.

5. Trim -As required.

6. Use normal takeoff technique.

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GO-AROUND
1. Throttle -MILITARY (Maximum
thrust if necessary).

2. Speed brake switch -IN.

3. Landing gear lever -UP.

When definitely airborne and rate of climb is established.

4. Wing flap lever -TAKEOFF, at not less


than 180 knots.

5. Wing flap lever -UP if desired (at not less


than 260KIAS).

AFTER LANDING
1. Wing flaps -TAKEOFF.

2. Heaters and defogger, pitot -OFF.


heat, and engine antiice, if appli-
cable

3. Ejection seat pin -Insert from left side.

4. Rain Remover -Check, then OFF.

5. Radar -As required.

6. Speed brakes -IN.

7. Trim -TAKEOFF.

8. Canopy -Locked or full open.

9. Anti-collision lights -OFF (modified aircraft).

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ENGINE SHUTDOWN
1. Flaps -UP.

2. Inertial navigator -Post-align, then off.

3. All electrical and electronic -OFF.


equipment

4. Temperature rheostat full -If required.


hot

5. Run engine for 3 minutes at


IDLE for proper cooling

6. Fast erect standby attitude


gyro before engine shutdown, if
not in normal position

7. Throttle -OFF

AFTER SHUTDOWN
1. Ejection seat safety pin -Installed (check).

2. Deployment-gun arming ca- -Disconnect and install ENGINE


ble safety pin and dust cover SHUTDOWN

(980 c/w).

3. Pressure suit oxygen supply -OFF.


lever

4. External stores auto-drop -Installed.


system safety pins

5. Aircraft forms -Complete.

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ALERT COCKING PROCEDURES


1. External electrical power -ON.

2. Aircraft preflight -Accomplish normal pre-


flight inspection.

3. Engine start -Accomplish normal en-


gine start

4. Accomplish all pre-taxi and pilot/crew chief checks ex-


cept
a. Do not remove eject seat pin
b. Do not remove external load
safety pins
5. Engine -Accomplish a normal
engine shutdown except:
a. Flaps -TAKEOFF.
b. UHF radio -ON.
c. Pitot heat -OFF.
d. Navigation and taxi lights -On (as required).
e. TACAN -REC.
f. IFF/SIF -NORMAL.
g. Radar -STANDBY (if applica-
ble).
h. Alert align switch -ALERT (AAU modified
aircraft).
i. IN Mode selector switch -STANDBY.
6. External electrical power -Leave ON provided sys-
tem has been modified
for heating power only.

7. Armament switches -As required.

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ALERT SCRAMBLE PROCEDURES


1. External electrical power -ON (if required).

2. Personal equipment -All required equipment


on and secure.

3. Enter cockpit, IN mode se- -ALIGN. Start second


lector switch hand on aircraft clock,
and strap into remaining
personal equipment.

4. Engine start -Accomplish normal en-


gine start. Use No. 2 start
switch if small capacity
ground power cart is
used.

5. Check dock to see that a


minimum of 60 seconds has
elapsed and attitude reference
achieved since switching the
mode selector switch to ALIGN
position, or wait for a complete
alignment.

6. IN Mode selector switch -NAV. On AAU modi-


fied aircraft: ALERT
CHOCKING
a. IN mode selector switch -NAV (at blinking green PROCEDURE
light). ALERT
SCRAMBLE
b. Alert align switch -NORMAL. PROCEDURE
7. Ejection seat pin -Removed.

8. External load safety pins -Removed.

9. Wheel chocks -Removed.

10. Taxi -To takeoff runway.

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L.M. 1001-CL

11. Canopy -Locked, warning light


out. Check locks visually.

12. Takeoff. -Accomplish normal


takeoff for configuration.

N-28

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