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Speedbrakes must not be extended within:

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If hydraulic power is lost:

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Before towing the aircraft:

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With a total electrical failure, the only trim available is the:

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The rudder on the trailing edge of the vertical stabilizer provides yaw control. It moves as much as _____ left or right of center.

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A flexible mechanical interconnect between rudder and ailerons provides improved lateral stability. Movement of the ailerons results in a comparable movement of the rudder (as sensed through the rudder pedals).

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If a pilot holds only one element of the trim switch in either the UP or DOWN position for more than _____, the red PTRM message appears on the upper left of the PFD.

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A white SPD BRK EXTEND message in the CAS window indicates:

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The two autopilot yaw servos are mechanically connected to the rudder. When the autopilot is engaged, the yaw servos provide input to the rudder system in response to the AFCS commands.

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There is only one autopilot yaw servo that is mechanically connected to the rudder. When the autopilot is engaged, the yaw servo provides input to the rudder system in response to the AFCS commands.

If the flap position is unknown (red 'X' on the flap indicator), the maximum speed is:

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In reversionary mode, the flap position indication is displayed:

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The wing flaps:

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In the event of DC power failure, the speedbrakes:

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Yaw Damper must be engaged above _____

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The disengagement of the autopilot can only be accomplished by two normal means: the AP on the AFCS controller or the AP TRIM DISC switch on either control yoke.

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Disengaging the autopilot can be accomplished by three normal means: 1. The AP or YD button on the AFCS controller. 2. The AP TRIM DISC switch on either control yoke. 3.By commanding pitch trim.

The ailerons are operated by:

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Trim systems are electrical on all three axes, with additional mechanical trim also available for pitch.

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The rudder, both elevators, and the left aileron are each equipped with a trim tab that is electrically actuated from the cockpit. The elevator tabs can also be mechanically positioned by the pitch trim wheel on the control pedestal.

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If the pilot rolls the aircraft to the left, the interconnect also causes some rudder deflection (and resultant airplane yawing), but to the left to avoid any potential 'dutch roll'.

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If the pilot rolls the aircraft to the left, the interconnect also causes some rudder deflection (and resultant airplane yawing) to the left. Conversely, pressure on the rudder pedals and movement of the rudder results in a coordinated movement of the ailerons and control yoke. Conversely, pressure on the rudder pedals and movement of the rudder results in a coordinated movement of the ailerons and control yoke.

The maximum Altitude for Extension of flaps is _____

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The maximum airspeed with the flaps in the TO/APR position is:

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The speedbrakes fully retract if:

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Minimum Temperature for Operation of Flaps is:

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Total Air Temperature (TAT), also known as Ram Air Temperature (RAT), represents the true temperature surrounding an aircraft, accounting for the heating effects of high-speed air movement.

With the rudder lock engaged, the nosewheel system allows up to 55 degrees of free castering when the pilot steers with differential power and/or differential braking.

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To release the rudder lock from the cockpit, pull aft on the control yoke.

Citation Mustang – Flight Controls