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Vertical speed shall be less than ______ fpm at activation of IAS-VS for the collective to hold a vertical speed of zero. The _____ and _____ should be used to confirm required altitude is being maintained.

+/- 150 fpm
RADALT and IVSI

1

Hovering operations when little or no visual reference is available may induce pilot disorientation, particularly at night, due to down wash spray. This spray may be encountered to an altitude of approximately _____ feet at heavy gross weights and no wind.

40 feet

2

When positive visual contact with the surface cannot be maintained by _____ feet AWL, or conditions hinder depth perception, execute a CATCH, a MATCH, or an IAS-VS LETDOWN.

150' AWL

3

Due to maintenance performed, the amount of usable cable may have been reduced to a minimum of _____.

210 feet

4

What are the rescue swimmer deployment methods?

"DISH out a Freefall"

Direct
direct deployment to Ice
Sling
Harness

Freefall

5

Full activation of the hoist control may cause a momentary flicker of the _____.

SEC HYD LOW PRESS warning light.

6

The hoist hook SHALL be in the LOCKED position for the following:

1) Direct deployments of the rescue swimmer to a vertical surface
2) Rescue litter recoveries

7

The hoist hook SHOULD be in the LOCKED position for the following:

1) Rescue basket deliveries and recoveries.
2) Rescue litter deliveries.

8

The hoist hook SHALL be in the UNLOCKED position for the following:

1) Bare hook recoveries of the rescue swimmer.

9

The hoist hook SHOULD be in the UNLOCKED position for the following:

All other rescue swimmer deployments and recoveries.

10

Due to the center of gravity of the rescue basket, survivors SHALL be brought into the cabin ____.

Head first

11

Required items for the RESCUE BRIEFING

1) Hazard Analysis - REASSESS AS REQUIRED
2) Type of deployment, rescue equipment to be delivered, and hoisting area.
3) Desired heading and altitude.
4) Questions/comments
*HAT HAQ

12

List the different rescue swimmer deployments

Direct
disembark deployment to Ice
Sling
Harness
Free Fall
"DISH out a Free Fall"

13

Three methods of recovery during a direct deployment:

Quick Strop
Double Lift
Physical Grip

14

During Free Fall, Sling, and Harness deployments, you should establish a hover that places the survivor:

At the one or two o'clock position, just outside the rotor wash in a no-wind condition, deploying the rescue swimmer no closer than 5 feet.

15

Free Fall deployments require _____.

A water depth of 12 feet
Daylight

16

LOST SWIMMER (DAY)

1. MARK POSITION
2. TRANSITION AND ESTABLISH RIGHT ORBIT
3. LOOK AND LISTEN FOR RS SIGNAL
4. WHEN VISUAL - RESUME HOVER POSITION
If these procedures fail to relocate RS:
5. COMPLETE LEAVING RESCUE SWIMMER ONSCENE PROCEDURE

17

Daytime rescue swimmer signals may include one or more of the following:

A. Radio, prebriefed frequency
B. Smoke
C. Mirror

18

Nighttime rescue swimmer signals may include one or more of the following:

A. Radio, prebriefed frequency
B. Strobe light
C. Flare

19

LOST SWIMMER - NIGHT

1. MARK POSITION
2. FLASH LANDING/HOVER LIGHT
3. LOOK AND LISTEN FOR RS SIGNAL
4. WHEN VISUAL - CEASE FLASHING LIGHT
If these procedures fail to relocate RS:
5. COMPLETE LEAVING RESCUE SWIMMER ONSCENE PROCEDURE

20

EMERGENCY RECOVERY OF RESCUE SWIMMER

1. RESCUE BASKET - IF RIGGED AND EMPTY
2. BARE HOIST HOOK - IF BASKET NOT READILY AVAILABLE

21

LEAVING RESCUE SWIMMER ONSCENE

1. MARK AND RECORD POSITION
2. DEPLOY LIGHTED RAFT
3. DEPLOY DMB

4. Notify OPCEN or other rescue resource

22

IMMEDIATE EMERGENCY DITCHING/LANDING

1. CREW AND PASSENGERS - ALERTED
2. WHEELS/FLOATS - AS REQUIRED
3. LAND/DITCH AIRCRAFT
4. EFSLS - BOTH OFF (after landing/water entry)
5. EMERGENCY ELECTRICAL CUTOFF - AS REQUIRED
6. ROTOR BRAKE (land only)
7. EMERGENCY EGRESS PROCEDURE - EXECUTE

23

Required items for a CATCH

SCARF a GPS:
SCC
CDU
Altitude Controller
RADALT
FDS Coupled to AFCS

GPS Index 50'-0.6NM

24

Required SP calls during a CATCH

"VERT captured"
Call out every 100'
Prior to 200' "On hot mike"
"T-HOV captured"

One of the standard three calls:
"I am visual, I have the controls"
"I am visual, target in (not in) sight, continue"
"Not visual, ITO"

25

What are the RADLT setting requirements during a CATCH?

None.

26

What are the RADALT setting requirements during a MATCH?

Prior to DATUM: SP SET 250 FEET. PAC AS DE-SIRED, NO LOWER THAN 30 FEET.

After rollout on heading/course:
SP − Start timing; set RADALT BUG to 125 feet.

Prior to the GATE: SP − Select HOVER display for PAC, if requested; set RADALT BUG as DESIRED, no lower than 30 feet.

27

Do not exceed ______ fpm rate of descent at any time during a MATCH.

400 fpm

28

During a MATCH,

PAC − Cross DATUM from the _____ at _____ RADALT and ______ KIAS.

SP − START TIMING; CONFIRM MARK.

upwind side at 300' and 70 KIAS

29

During a MATCH, upon crossing DATUM:

turn 20 degrees left or right from downwind heading, commence timing.

30

During a MATCH, commence a standard rate turn to the desired heading course ______ after DATUM:

1 minute 45 seconds

31

During a MATCH, upon rolling out on heading/course:

SP - Start timing; set RADALT BUG to 125 feet.

PAC − Descend to 150 feet RADALT.

32

If determined by time alone, the GATE is arrived at ___ seconds after rollout on the windline in no−wind conditions. An additional ___ seconds is added for each __ knots of wind. When the gate is determined solely by timing, stabilized hover in excess of ___ short of DATUM can be expected in winds above ___ knots.

60 seconds
20 seconds
5 knots
1 nm
30 knots

33

During a MATCH, at the GATE:

PAC − Torque − Decrease ______ to initiate a descent.

Attitude − Decelerating, wings level.

Attitude − Wind up to 10 knots; ____
Wind over 10 knots; +2−3*

10−15% (1.0 − 1.5 FLI)
Wind up to 10 knots; +4−5*
Wind over 10 knots; +2−3*

34

Rescue devices should be placed _______.

5 to 10 feet from the Rescue Swimmer.

35

During sling, free fall, and harness deployments of the Rescue Swimmer, the survivor should be placed:

Outside the rotor wash, deploying the swimmer no closer than 5 feet from the survivor.

36

During a direct deployment, the swimmer should be placed:

2-3 feet from the survivor.

37

Possible recovery methods during direct deployments of the Rescue Swimmer include:

Quick Strop, Physical Grip, and Double Lift.

38

During a free fall deployment, altitude is restricted to _____ once _____ has been given.

30' AWL once "Go on hot mic, check swimmer" has been given.

39

Free fall deployment altitude is restricted to ____.

15' AWL