P51 Mustang Pilots Training manual

P51 Mustang Pilots Training manual

Pilot Training manual for the P–51 Mustang – Headquarters Army Air Forces
AAF Manual 51 – 127 – 5
Excellent Scanned copy.106 pages scanned as High resolution TIF images and then digitally cleaned page by page. Guaranteed the best quality copy of this manual you will find. Packed with invaluable data including many Photographs, Diagrams & performance / operating Graphs. Manual printed in August 1945 by the Headquarters Army Air Forces Washington. This is a very readable document written in typical US style with creative and dramatic terms and drawings. As you would guess from the date of publication it covers the P-51D and P51K models.

Contents

Introduction
History of the P51
Series D&K
Controls
Control Surfaces
Cockpit Front
Cockpit Left
Cockpit Right
The Engine
Supercharger
Carburetor
War Emergency power
Throttle Quadrant
Propeller
Landing gear
Brakes
Hydraulic System
Electrical System
Fuel System
Oil System
Coolant System
Canopy
Cockpit
Instruments
Vacuum System Instruments
Pitot Static System Instruments
Engine Instruments
Miscellaneous Instruments
Radio Equipment
VHF Set
The Detrola
Rear Warning Radio
The IFF Set
Radio Navigation
Homing
Oxygen System
Oxygen & High Altitude Flying
Armament
Gunnery Equipment
Guns
Gun Camera
Gunsight
Effects of Gunnery on Flight
Rockets
Bombing Equipment
Chemical Tanks
Armour
Signaling Equipment
Flare Gun
Recognition Lights
Miscellaneous Equipment
Tie Down Kit
Data Case
Map Case & Drop Message Bag
Pilots Relief Tube
Flying the P51
External Check
Check Before Starting
Starting Procedure
Starting Tips
Stopping the Engine
Taxiing
Pre-Takeoff Check
Take Off
After Take off
Landing
Common Errors in Landing
Coming in too Low
Coming in Too Fast
Coming in Too Slow
Ballooning
Bouncing
Forcing the Tail Down
Tips on Landing
Crosswind Landings
Gusty Landings
Wet landings
Muddy Field Landings
Go-Around Procedure
Flight Characteristics
Full Fuselage Tank
Reversibility
With Extra Wing Tanks
Low Level Flight
High Altitude Characteristics
High Speed Diving
Dive Recovery Procedures
Maximum Allowable IAS
Compressibility
Mach No.
Uncontrolled Dive
Elevator Modification
Compressibility Recovery Procedure
Stalls
Spins
N.A.C.A. Spin Recovery
Acrobatics
Emergency procedures
Forced Landing on Take off
Forced Landing Over Doubtful Terrain
Belly Landing Procedure
Forced Landing over an Airfield
Forced landing at Night
Engine Overheating
Runaway Propeller
Brake Failure
Hydraulic System Failure
Electrical System Failure
Tire Failure
Fire
Ditching
Bailout Procedure
Bailing Out of a Spin
Bailing Out over water
Instrument Flying
Altitude Control
Bank Control
Control Sensitivity
Attitude Instrument Flying
Instrument Approach
Tips on Instrument Flying
Night Flying
Outside the Plane
Inside the Cockpit
Other Lights
Flight Operations Charts
Takeoff, Climb & Landing Chart
Flight Operation Instruction Charts
Planning the Flight

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