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P-3C Airframes (Safety):

Safety Diamond Area
The area is defined by lines connecting the extremities of the nose, wintips, and tail extending out 5 feet.
P-3C Airframes (Safety):

Verify ground safety downlock pins are installed in all _____ ____.
Landing Gear
P-3C Airframes (Safety):

When _____ _____ have been removed, a suitable barrier and warning placards must be placed around the opening.
Floor Panels
P-3C Airframes (Safety):

To precluded damage to flight control surfaces and to prevent personal injury,....
An outside observer should verify flight control surface area is clear before operating flight controls.
P-3C Airframes (Material and Corrosion):

The P-3 acft is of all metal construction with the exception of...
The Nose and the Aft Radomes and the aircraft wingtips.
P-3C Airframes (Material and Corrosion):

Corrosion has been found to exist principally along:
The seams of alloy structures in box beam skin areas, plated steel fasteners, unpainted surfaces of actuating mechanisms, chipped or peeled surfaces, skin seams, lap joints, rub strips, access doors, etc...
P-3C Airframes (Fuselage):

P-3 consist of how many fuselage sections and what are they?
Forward Section which encompasses the flight station, the mid body section, and the aft fusleage section which includes the tail cone.
P-3C Airframes (Wings):

Name the parts of the wings
Center: This built as an intergral part of the fuselage.
Outer Wings: Consists of wing flaps, leading and trailing edge, wingtips, ailerons, and engine nacelles.
P-3C Airframes (Wing Flaps):

The flaps are high-lift ______ _____ and powered by hydraulic systems.
Fowler Type
P-3C Airframes (Wings Flaps):

This type of flap uses a combination of aft movement to increase the _____ _____, and a drooping (downward) movement to change the _____ _______.
Wing Area
Airfoil Section
P-3 Airframes (Stabilizers):

Horizontal stabilizers- (Longitudinal Stability) these provide stability of the aircraft about the _____ _____. This is the base in which the _______ are attached.
Lateral Axis

Elevators
P-3 Airframes (Stabilizers):

Vertical stabilizer- (Directional stability) this maintains the stability of the aircraft about its ______ _____. Serves as a base to which the _____ is attached.
Vertical Axis

Rudder
P-3 Airframes:

This is used to move the aircraft about the vertical axis. If the pilot moves the _____ right (pushing right _____ pedal), the aircraft turns to the right; if the _____ is moved to the left (pushing the left _____ pedal), the aircraft turns to the left.
Rudder
P-3 Airframes:

These are operated by a lateral side to side movement of the control stick or a turning motion of the wheel on the yoke. The _______ are interconnected in the control system and work simultaneously, but in opposite directions to one another. As one _______ moves downward to increase lift on its side of the fuselage, the _______ on the opposite side of the fuselage move upward to decrease lift. This results in a controlled movement of a roll because of unequal forces on the wings.
Ailerons
P-3 Airframes:

The _______ control system is initiated when the control stick is moved fore and aft. Raising the _______ causes the aircraft to climb. Lowering the _______ causes the aircraft to descend.
Elevators
P-3 Airframes:

The _______ system is available to control and stabilize the aircraft about its three axes (roll, pitch, and yaw) upon the pilot’s selection.
Autopilot
P-3 Airframes (Landing Gear):

The P-3C landing gear is comprised of ____ main gears and the ____ gear. Each gear consists of ____ wheels and ______-retracting struts. The gear is designed so that the weight of the aircraft on the gear keeps it ____ and _____.
Two
Nose
Dual
Forward
Down/Locked
P-3 Airframes (Landing Gear):

What absorbs the shock that otherwise would be sustained by the aircraft structure during takeoff, taxiing, and landing?
Struts
P-3 Airframes (Landing Gear):

Each main gear wheel has a multi–disc hydraulic powered _____. The _____ pedals provide independent control of the left and right ______. The nose wheels have no ______.
Brake(s)
P-3 Airframes (Landing Gear):

The ______ ______are set by depressing the toe pedals and pulling the _______ _____T handle, located on the pilot instrument panel. This locks the brake control valves in the open position. The brake accumulator will keep the _______ ______ set for a predetermined amount of time without recharging.
Parking Brake(s)
P-3 Airframes (Landing Gear):

Each P-3 landing gear consists of a dual ______ mounted on each strut.
Wheels