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1 Authored by N.P. Norris - USAF Modified by Lt Colonel Fred Blundell TX-129 Fort Worth Senior Squadron For Local Training Only Rev Jan-2014

2 This Training Slide Show is a project undertaken by Lt Colonel Fred Blundell of the TX-129 Fort Worth Senior Squadron, Fort Worth, TX for local use to assist those CAP Members interested in advancing their skills. The information contained herein is for CAP Member’s personal use and is not intended to replace or be a substitute for any of the CAP National Training Programs. Users should review the presentation’s Revision Number at the end of each file name to ensure that they have the most current publication.

3 Situation 1  21 Jul 02, C-182R, Runway 35, wind 030/09  Training while returning from SAREX  Pilot flying an ILS under the hood - CFI was safety pilot  Everything looked good at 300’ AGL  Bounced, became airborne, drifted off left side of runway  Pilot added power and asked CFI to take over  CFI brought aircraft back to runway and landed  Nose and LMG collapsed – departed left side of runway  Damaged left wing, gear, tail and prop  NTSB investigation continues 3

4 4 The Results

5 Lessons Learned  IPs – How far is too far?  Trend analysis  Proficiency – professional volunteers 5

6 Situation 2  12 Aug 02, C-182, ELT mission, VMC conditions  Pilot, 75-years-old, Commercial Instrument, 4800 flight hours  Observer, 73-years-old  Planned a short field approach and landing  Collided with approach lighting short of runway  Added power and made it to the runway  Left horizontal stabilizer and nose wheel pant damaged  No injuries  NTSB investigation continues 6

7 Lessons Learned  Fly the aircraft  Crew coordination  Ask 7

8 Situation 3  31 Aug 02, Cadet Orientation mission, C-182, VMC  Pilot, 45-years-old, Commercial/CFI, 985 flight hours  Full-flap approach, 60 knots, stall horn, sink rate  Power added – Too little, too late  Landed hard, 40’ short of runway  No injuries  Landing gear, prop and firewall damaged  NTSB investigation continues 8

9 9 The Results

10 Lessons Learned  Landing proficiency is important! 10

11 Situation 4  10 Sep 02, CAPF5 checkride, VMC  68-year-old private pilot (examinee) with 398 hours  47-year-old CFI (check pilot) with 971 hours  Forced landing practice to a touch & go landing  Direct crosswind knots on 2943’ x 50’ runway  Steep approach, long landing  Trees listed as hazards on both ends of runway  Witnesses say aircraft stalled and collided with trees  Aircraft substantially damaged – pilots seriously injured  NTSB investigation continues 11

12 12 The Result

13 Lessons Learned  Judgment  Go-arounds – a great option  ROE during instruction or checkride 13

14 Questions? Always Think Safety! 14


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