ACP34 Vol 1 Airmanship 1

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Basic principles of Airmanship
AEF
Objectives
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Understand the types of AEF in the ATC
Introduce the ATC 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
Flying in the ATC
• Air Experience flights – Grob Tutor 115E
• Operational Aircraft on an opportunity
basis
• Civil Flights on an opportunity basis
• Must be 13 years 3 months
• Have had at least a safety brief OR 1st
Class cadet
Opportunity Flights in
Operational Aircraft
CH-47 Chinook
Opportunity Flights in
Operational Aircraft
Tristar
Opportunity Flights in
Operational Aircraft
C-130 Hercules
Your Local Air Experience Flight
Click here to view AEF
Locations in Google Earth
1 Air Experience Flight
RAF St Athan
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2 Air Experience Flight
Boscombe Down
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3 Air Experience Flight
Colerne
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4 Air Experience Flight
Glasgow Airport
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5 Air Experience Flight
RAF Wyton
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6 Air Experience Flight
RAF Benson
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7 Air Experience Flight
RAF Cranwell
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8 Air Experience Flight
RAF Cosford
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9 Air Experience Flight
RAF Church Fenton
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10 Air Experience Flight
Woodvale
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11 Air Experience Flight
RAF Leeming
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12 Air Experience Flight
RAF Kinloss
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Grob Tutor 115E
Grob Tutor 115E
Grob Tutor 115E
Grob Tutor 115E
Grob Tutor 115E
Grob Tutor 115E
Wingspan: 10.0m
Length:
7.6m
Height:
2.8m
Max Weight: 990Kg
Engine: 180hp
Max Speed: 185Kts
Side-by-side 2 seat
Carbon Fibre construction
Cockpit Layout
See poster for details
Flight Instruments - Altimeter
Attitude Indicator
(or Artificial Horizon)
Airspeed Indicator
Vertical Speed Indicator
FLIGHT CONTROLS
Control Surfaces
Control Surfaces – what do they look like
in real life???
Control Surfaces – what do
they look like in real life???
The Axes of an Aircraft
Longitudinal Axis – “roll”
Controlled by Aileron
Vertical Axis – “yaw”
Controlled by the Rudd
Lateral Axis – “pitch”
Controlled by Elevator
Ailerons
Control
column
Push right
Left aileron down
Right aileron up
Aircraft rolls right
Aircraft rolls right
And continues to do so until the
control column is placed
in the neutral position
Aircraft rolls right
Summary
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Control column left
Left aileron up
Right aileron down
Aircraft rolls left
Rudder
The rudder is controlled by
‘Rudder Pedals’ in the cockpit
Rudder pedals
set to neutral
Push right pedal
forwards
(left with come back towards
you!)
Rudder moves
right
Aircraft yaws
right
Aircraft yaws
right
Aircraft yaws
right
Summary
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Push right pedal forward
Rudder moves right
Aircraft moves right
Push left pedal forward
Rudder moves left
Aircraft moves left
Elevator
Control
column
Push
Forward
Elevator
moves
down
Nose
pitches down
Nose
pitches down
And continues to do so until the
control column is placed
in a neutral position
Airspeed will
increase
Nose
pitches down
Summary
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Control column back
Elevator moves up
Nose pitches up
Speed will decrease
Explore the effects of control surfaces
using the digital demo
Air Experience Flight
Safety Briefing Video
SAFETY ON THE GROUND
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 & Listen
Parachute Fitted
Seat Harness
Rip Cord Extended
ONLY PULL THIS
CORD IN AN
EMERGENCY
BALE OUT!
AND WHEN YOU
HAVE FALLEN
CLEAR OF THE
AIRCRAFT
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
Ready to go!
SAFETY IN THE AIR
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
While in the Air
• Keep hands & 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
Summary
• Ask Questions
• Ask to take control
• Do not touch
unless told to do
so
• Think Safe
• Look & Listen
Above all else...
... Enjoy your flight
Objectives
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Understand the types of AEF in the ATC
Introduce the ATC 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
Any Questions?
Questions
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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?
Questions
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Which control can you touch first?
What is an ASI?
What is an Artificial Horizon?
What is this?
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