g. Single-Point Pressure Refueling.
vice instructions printed on the inside panel of the refuel
panel access door (fig 2-45), perform pressure refueling
precheck. Remove adapter cap, and using an Army sup-
plied SPA nozzle, fill fuel cells with correct fuel to the re-
quired level (table 2-7). When single-point pressure re-
fueling do not exceed 50 psi fuel flow. With the SPA
nozzle, fuel flow at 50 psi is at least 100 gallons per min-
The pilot and CPG shall perform their
armament safety check prior to enter-
ing the forward area refueling point
Radio transmissions shall be limited
to EMERGENCIES ONLY until refuel-
ing has been completed.
h. Rapid (Hot) Refueling (Single Engine).
rapid turnaround the helicopter may be refueled with the
rotors turning and the No. 2 engine shut down. The follow-
ing procedures and steps shall be observed for rapid re-
1. TAIL WHEEL switch LOCK.
2. PARK BRAKE Set.
3. Weapons switches Off.
4. PLT/CPG ARM/SAFE switches OFF.
5. PLT/GND ORIDE switch OFF.
6. HARS switch NORM. (Non-EGI).
7. NO. 2 PWR lever IDLE for 2 minutes, then
8. ANTI-COL switch OFF.
9. AFT TK refuel (CROSSFEED NORM). Monitor
until flow to aft tank has ceased.
10. CROSSFEED switchAFT TK.
11. FWD TK Refuel monitor.
12. REFUEL VALVE OPEN caution light Verify off
when refueling is complete.
13. Fuel caps/grounding cables Installed/re-
14. ANTI-COL switch As Desired.
15. Collective Apply until 60% torque (#1 engine)
is reached or aircraft is light on wheels.
16. Maintain power setting for 30 seconds (CROSS-
FEED is still in AFT postition).
17. CROSSFEED switch NORM. Maintain power
setting for 30 seconds.
18. Collective Reduce to minimum torque.
19. NO. 2 engine Start.