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Old 01-13-2018, 06:25 AM   #11
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Would be nice to have key files before release..it will take some time to get my Thrusmaster up and running...
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This NFM 500 isn’t complete it starts on page 25. There’s no procedures. It should be just like a dash one for the Air Force.
I noticed that to, it is not like the NFM 500 for the AV8B.

Hornet pilots must have a pocket guide for normal and emergency procedures in the cockpit right? Can that document have a different name than NFM 500?

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I noticed that to, it is not like the NFM 500 for the AV8B.

Hornet pilots must have a pocket guide for normal and emergency procedures in the cockpit right? Can that document have a different name than NFM 500?

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I was a low power turn licensed maintainer on Hornets, the NFM-500 is the start up, flight, and emergency checklists.. That document is no where near complete. I had to use that checklist every time I did a LPT.
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I was a low power turn licensed maintainer on Hornets, the NFM-500 is the start up, flight, and emergency checklists.. That document is no where near complete. I had to use that checklist every time I did a LPT.
I guess it should look more like this:

https://thumbs.worthpoint.com/zoom/i...f5a7b2840e.jpg

I cant find a pdf of it though, would really like to have it.

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I guess it should look more like this:

https://thumbs.worthpoint.com/zoom/i...f5a7b2840e.jpg

I cant find a pdf of it though, would really like to have it.

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That’s closer to what I used, ours was up to date so it would have been circa 2008. I think the problem might be if it was 18AC or 18AE. I can’t rmember for the life of me which one it was
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I would like to get the keybinds early so I can map my x52 also...please
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