Section XVII. LANDING
a. Power - As required (on final approach).
ground roll distance required for varying air
temperatures, altitudes, weights and flap positions.
b. Flaps - As selected.
c. Landing Gear - DN.
Landing data is provided up to
d. Technique - Establish 800 FT/MIN descent on
weights of 9650 pounds in the event
final approach at the appropriate airspeed from the
immediately after takeoff. Any time
assured, reduce power and speed.
the maximum landing weight of 9168
pounds is exceeded, an appropriate
e. Runway - Runway conditions for this chart are
entry shall be made on DA Form
based on a dry, level, hard-surface. Conditions other
than these may vary aircraft landing distance. Distance
decreases approximately 4% per 1% uphill gradient.
7-61. Use of Chart.
Distance increases approximately 4% per 1% downhill
Performance is based on the approach speed
f. Wind - All data presented are based on calm
wind conditions. Distance decreases approximately 1%
per knot headwind. Distance increases approximately
4% per knot tailwind.