Mission equipment OFF.
Inverter switches Off.
Battery condition Check.
TGT Check stabilized for I minute prior to
Propeller levers FEATHER.
Monitor TGT during shutdown, if
sustained combustion is observed,
proceed immediately to Abort Start
Condition levers FUEL CUTOFF.
Do not turn exterior lights off until
propeller's rotation has stopped.
Exterior lights Off.
IR Flood lights Off.
Master panel lights Off.
Avionics master switch Off.
Master switch OFF.
Keylock switch OFF.
Oxygen system OFF.
8-37. BEFORE LEAVING AIRCRAFT.
Brakes should be released after
chocks are in place (ramp conditions
Parking brake As required.
Flight controls Locked.
Overhead flood lights OFF.
Standby fuel pump switches Off.
Mode 4 Zeroize as required.
KY-58 Zeroize as required.
GPS Zeroize as required.
Windows As required.
Emergency exit lock As required.
Aft cabin lights OFF.
Door light OFF.
Walk-around inspection Complete.
Aircraft forms Complete.
Aircraft secured Check.
Section III. INSTRUMENT FLIGHT
This aircraft is qualified for operation under
instrument flight conditions. Handling characteristics,
stability characteristics, and range are the same during
instrument flight conditions as when under visual flight
8-39. INSTRUMENT FLIGHT PROCEDURES.
Refer to FM 1-240; DOD FLIP; AR 95-1; and procedures
8-40. INSTRUMENT TAKEOFF.
Complete the normal checks prescribed in the chapter.
Follow takeoff procedures dictated by local conditions.
8-41. INSTRUMENT CLIMB.
Refer to Chapter 7 for information regarding fuel
consumption, speed, and rate of climb.
8-42. INSTRUMENT CRUISE.
There are no unusual flight characteristics during cruise
in instrument meteorological conditions.
8-43. INSTRUMENT DESCENT.
There are no unusual flight characteristics during
descent in instrument meteorological conditions.
There are no unusual preparations or control techniques
required for instrument approaches.