computations. Plan the final approach to arrive at 50
feet over the landing area at APPROACH SPEED (Vref)
plus 1/2 wind gust speed. Perform the following
procedures as the aircraft nears the runway.
Autopilot and yaw damp-Disengaged.
Gear down lights-Check.
Propeller levers-HIGH RPM.
When a go-around is commenced prior to the
LANDING check, use power as required to climb to, or
maintain, the desired altitude and airspeed. If the go-
around is started after the LANDING check has been
performed, apply maximum allowable power and
simultaneously increase pitch attitude to stop the
descent. Retract the landing gear after insuring that the
aircraft will not touch the ground. Retract the flaps to
APPROACH, adjusting pitch attitude simultaneously to
avoid an altitude loss. Accelerate to best rate-of-climb
airspeed (Vy), retracting flaps fully after attaining the Vref
speed used for the approach. Perform the following
Yaw damp-As required.
8-43. AFTER LANDING.
Complete the following procedures after the
aircraft has cleared the runway:
Condition levers-As required.
Engine auto ignition switch-OFF.
Ice and rain switches-OFF.
Reverse should not be used as a
Mission control panel-Set (DL HV OFF).
8-44. ENGINE SHUTDOWN.
To prevent sustained loads on
rudder shock links, the aircraft
should be parked with the nose
Overhead floodlight-As required.
Cabin temperature mode switch-OFF.
Vent and aft vent blower switches-AUTO.
Mission equipment-OFF, as required.
Battery condition-Check as required.
Avionics master switch-OFF.
TGT-Check. TGT must be 660C or
below for one minute prior to shutdown.
Monitor TGT during shutdown. If
observed, proceed immediately to
ABORT START procedure.
Condition levers-FUEL CUTOFF.
Do not turn exterior lights off until
propeller's rotation has stopped.
Exterior lights -OFF.
Master panel lights - OFF.
Master switch - OFF
Keylock switch - OFF.
Oxygen system - As required.