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APPENDIX A  MANUAL 51-11

SECTION D - T-33 PROFICIENCY EXAMINATION

INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING EXAMINATION

1.  This questionnaire will be administered to all T-33 pilots before transition, and reaccomplished annually thereafter.

2.  All CRT pilots will complete this examination within 30 days of receipt of this manual.

3.  All pilots qualified or transitioning in the T-33 will have a copy of this examination completed and corrected to 100% by a qualified instructor pilot.  Completed copies will be maintained in the pilot's individual training folder.

4.  Constructive comments or revisions to this examination are encouraged.  Please forward proposals through normal channels to the Commander-in-Chief, USAFE, ATTN: DCS/Operations, Flight Operations Division.

5.  This examination may be reproduced locally providing no questions are deleted.


T-33 PROFICIENCY EXAMINATION
DATE 6 APR 61

(Pilot's Name - Print)  Davis, Benjamin O.
(Grade) Maj Gen.
(Organization) Hg U.S.A.F.E.
(Instructor Pilot's Name - Print) Friesel, C.E.
(Grade) 1st Lt.
(Organization) 7101st ABWg

I certify that I have read and am familiar with the emergency procedures outlined in TO-IT-33A.
(Pilot's Signature) B O Davis Jr.

I certify that this examination has been properly checked, discussed with the pilot, and the answers corrected to 100%.
[[signature]] [[?Chy]] Friesel [[/signature]]

1.  What is the best glide speed in a T-33 with a dead engine?  180 kts.

2.  What should you do in the event of a partial power loss during takeoff?
(Isolate to abort)  Throttle full open, tips jettison, maintain 130 kts, gear up, flaps up, EMER FUEL EMER, alcohol [[?deice]], land ASAP.

3.  Give automatic air start procedure.  #1
Throttle OFF, 180 kts, circuit breakers in, ignition on, battery gen on, starter if below 6%, Air start ignition, fuel gangload emergency SYS air start, start in fuel an to alcohol deice, stablize rpm, throttle ON, starting fuel off, land ASAP from flame out pattern

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