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Fundamental Principles of Airmanship Learning Outcomes 2 and 3 AIR EXPERIENCE FLIGHTS.

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1 Fundamental Principles of Airmanship Learning Outcomes 2 and 3 AIR EXPERIENCE FLIGHTS

2 Objectives Understand the types of AEF in the ACO Introduce the ACO Basic Trainer – The Grob Tutor Have a basic understanding of Flight Controls Understand safety in the air Understand safety on the ground Review the Tutor Passenger Brief Video

3 Flying with the ACO Air Experience flights – Grob Tutor 115 Operational Aircraft on an opportunity basis Civil Flights on an opportunity basis Cadets must be 13 years 3 months Have completed Cadet Basic Training, had a safety brief or be First Class cadet

4 Opportunity Flights in Operational Aircraft CH-47 Chinook

5 Tristar Opportunity Flights in Operational Aircraft

6 C-130 Hercules Opportunity Flights in Operational Aircraft

7 Your Local Air Experience Flight Click on the map to view AEF Locations in Google Earth

8 1 Air Experience Flight RAF St Athan Return to Map Next Slide

9 2 Air Experience Flight Boscombe Down Return to Map Next Slide

10 3 Air Experience Flight RAF Colerne Return to Map Next Slide

11 4 Air Experience Flight Glasgow Airport Return to Map Next Slide

12 5 Air Experience Flight RAF Wyton Return to Map Next Slide

13 6 Air Experience Flight RAF Benson Return to Map Next Slide

14 7 Air Experience Flight RAF Cranwell Return to Map Next Slide

15 8 Air Experience Flight RAF Cosford Return to Map Next Slide

16 9 Air Experience Flight RAF Church Fenton Return to Map Next Slide

17 10 Air Experience Flight RAF Woodvale Return to Map Next Slide

18 11 Air Experience Flight RAF Leeming Return to Map Next Slide

19 12 Air Experience Flight RAF Leuchars Return to Map Next Slide

20 Grob Tutor 115

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22 Grob Tutor 115

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25 Wingspan: 10.0m Length: 7.6m Height: 2.8m Max Weight: 990Kg Engine: 180hp Max Speed: 185 knots Side-by-side 2 seat tandem Carbon Fibre construction Grob Tutor 115

26 Cockpit Layout See poster for details

27 Flight Instruments - Altimeter

28 Attitude Indicator (or Artificial Horizon)

29 Airspeed Indicator

30 Vertical Speed Indicator

31 FLIGHT CONTROLS

32 Control Surfaces

33 Control Surfaces – what do they look like in real life?

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35 The Axes of an Aircraft

36 Longitudinal Axis – “roll” Controlled by Ailerons

37 Vertical Axis – “yaw” Controlled by the Rudder

38 Lateral Axis – “pitch” Controlled by Elevators

39 Ailerons Ailerons

40 Controlcolumn Push right

41 Left aileron down Right aileron up

42 Aircraft rolls right

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44 And continues to do so until the control column is placed in the neutral position Aircraft rolls right

45 Control column left Left aileron up Right aileron down Aircraft rolls left Summary

46 Rudder Rudder

47 The rudder is controlled by ‘Rudder Pedals’ in the cockpit

48 Rudder pedals set to neutral

49 Push right pedal forwards (left will come back towards you!) Rudder moves right

50 Aircraft yaws right

51 right

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53 Push right pedal forward Rudder moves right Aircraft moves right Push left pedal forward Rudder moves left Aircraft moves left Summary

54 Elevator Elevator

55 Controlcolumn PushForward

56 Elevatormovesdown

57 Nose pitches down

58 Nose

59 Nose And continues to do so until the control column is placed in a neutral position Airspeed will increase

60 Control column back Elevator moves up Nose pitches up Speed will decrease Summary

61 Air Experience Flight Safety Briefing Video

62 SAFETY ON THE GROUND

63 When on the Ground Never approach an aircraft unless told to do so Never walk towards the propeller. Always approach from an angle that can be seen Remove any hats in the aircraft dispersal area – Look and Listen

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65 Parachute Fitted

66 Seat Harness

67 Rip Cord Extended ONLY PULL THIS CORD IN AN EMERGENCY BALE OUT! AND WHEN YOU HAVE FALLEN CLEAR OF THE AIRCRAFT

68 When on the Ground If a Jet beware of both the intake and the exhaust areas Keep hands away from your parachute ’D’ ring Listen to the Ground crews or Staff Cadets

69 Ready to go!

70 SAFETY IN THE AIR

71 While in the Air Talk to the pilot – ask questions Ask to see the effects of controls Ask about the instruments Only touch the controls when told to do so

72 While in the Air Keep hands and feet away from the controls if you are not flying the aircraft Listen to any commands, if not sure ask to repeat Ensure that you have no loose articles in your pocket

73 Summary Ask Questions Ask to take control Do not touch unless told to do so Think Safe Look and Listen

74 Above all else Enjoy your flight

75 Objectives Understand the types of AEF in the ACO Introduce the ACO Basic Trainer –The Tutor Have a basic understanding of Flight Controls Understand safety in the air Understand safety on the ground Review the Tutor Passenger Brief Video

76 Any Questions?

77 Questions What does AEF stand for? Name the aircraft we use for AEF? What is the number of your local AEF? What happens when you move the control column to the right? From which direction should you approach the Tutor?

78 Questions Which control can you touch first? What is an ASI? What is an Artificial Horizon? What is this?


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