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F/A-18 A/B Flight Manual on CD
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F/A-18 A/B Flight Manual on CD

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If your goal is to fly a Navy or Marine Corps F-18 jet you must know this manual.

Currently a hard to find F-18 original (paper) manual costs around $500. Because this 806 page manual has been scanned to a CD, it costs you less.

What is on the CD:

  • Shows the F-18 cockpit layout.
  • Fold outs of the cockpit that shows a picture of each button, switch, lever and instrument.
  • Tells how each cockpit part and each instrument operates.
  • Lists Emergency Procedures.
  • Shows the Ejection Seat details.

This CD will save you time building your cockpit and is a fantastic reference for parts you will purchase or build.


F-18 A/B Hornet Flight Manual

This is the original flight manual from the NATOPS Military Archive Library Series. This 733 page manual is provided in a printable PDF format on CD-ROM.

The McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A first flew November 18, 1978, marked "Navy" on the left side and "Marines" on the right side.

The F/A-18A/C is the single-seat and the F/A-18B/D is the two-seat aircraft. Combat-proven, the supersonic F/A-18 Hornet is a twin-engine, multi-mission, all-weather, day and night fighter and attack aircraft. Its strike-fighter capability includes air-to-air and air-to-ground support. F/A-18 Hornets are currently operating in 37squadrons world-wide and on 10 aircraft carriers. F-18 Hornets serve also the armed services of Australia, Canada, Finland, Kuwait, Malaysia, Spain and Switzerland.

Table of Contents:

CHAPTER 1 The Aircraft
CHAPTER 2 Systems
CHAPTER 3 Service and Handling
CHAPTER 4 Operating Limitations
CHAPTER 5 Indoctrination
CHAPTER 6 Flight Preparation
CHAPTER 7 Shore-Based Procedures
CHAPTER 8 Carrier-Based Procedures
CHAPTER 9 Special Procedures
CHAPTER 10 Functional Checkflight Procedures
CHAPTER 11 Flight Characteristics
CHAPTER 12 General Emergencies
CHAPTER 13 Ground Emergencies
CHAPTER 14 Takeoff Emergencies
CHAPTER 15 Inflight Emergencies
CHAPTER 16 Landing Emergencies
CHAPTER 17 Ejection
CHAPTER 18 Immediate Action
CHAPTER 19 Instrument Flight
CHAPTER 20 Extreme Weather Procedures
CHAPTER 21 Hot Weather Procedures
CHAPTER 22 Cold Weather Procedures
CHAPTER 23 Communication-Identification Equipment
CHAPTER 24 Navigation Equipment
CHAPTER 25 Backup/Degraded Operations
CHAPTER 26 Visual Communications
CHAPTER 27 Deck/Ground Handling Signals
CHAPTER 28 Aircrew Coordination
CHAPTER 29 NATOPS Evaluation