One of the pilots’ sliding windows will be opened approximately two inches.
The No. 1 pin will be installed in both the navigator and radar navigator seats.
The pressure bulkhead door will be closed and locked.
Ensure the outside operating handle is flush with the skin of the aircraft.
The test position will not be used when preflighting the oxygen mask.
Do not select NORMAL position when supply shutoff lever is positioned ON.
100% oxygen is automatically supplied when smoke and fumes are present.
Do not force regulator diluter lever to NORMAL when the supply shutoff lever is positioned OFF.
Sharp, acrid odor
Hatch release handle
Rotary latch hook
Be stowed during ejection.
Not be occupied during crash landing or ditching.
Not be occupied during combat
Removed before flight
Creates a definite possibility of serious injury during ejection.
Provides comfort to the occupant during all hard landings.
Decreases the possibility of injury during flight in turbulence
Is permitted on long flights when parachute wear is mandatory.
Safety pin-pull pin has been reinserted into the arming initiator.
No. 1 safety pins have been inserted, arming lever(s) stowed and armrests lowered (in this sequence).
No. 1 safety pins have been inserted with the armrests lowered.
Arming lever(s) have been stowed, No. 1 safety pins inserted, and the armrests lowered (in this sequence).
Prevent the seat from firing if either trigger is squeezed.
Not prevent the seat from firing if either trigger is squeezed.
Deactivate the firing trigger.
Completely safe the seat.
Arming initiator will not fire.
Arming initiator will fire.
Seat will be in an armed condition.
Seat will fire the hatch and eject.
Lock the inertia reel assembly before pulling the survival kit release handle.
Pull the integrated harness release handle prior to actuating the survival kit release.
Lock the inertia reel before actuating the integrated harness release handle.
Maintain a constant pressure on the release handle until all fittings are clear.
Armed and can be fired
Helmet chin strap fastened too tightly.
Any integrated harness attachment fitting disconnected.
The landing gear extended when airspeed is above 250 KIAS.
The landing gear retracted when airspeed is above 270 KIAS.
Body or external
Body or outboard
Main or external
Main or body
Mains and body
Mains and external
External and outboard
Cause a lateral fuel imbalance that will make aircraft control difficult.
Provide a potential for engine flameout during a critical phase of flight.
Cause severe damage to the aircraft fuel supply system including fuel cells.
Provide a potential for catastrophic engine damage due to fuel starvation.
Aircraft structural life