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NATOPS warnings stated that even with partial reservoir pressure, we would have sufficient braking action for a full stop on a dry runway such as NAS Patuxent.
Apparently, the slippery clay lining of the fault minimizes any braking action once the fault starts to move," Chester explains.
One of my favourite features is the hill-holder, which maintains the braking action for a few seconds after the brake has been released, thus avoiding the car moving backwards before you're ready to go.
There was heavy rain over the airfield and the previous aircraft had reported that braking action on the runway was poor to medium.
When the pilot first applies the brakes, it seemed like nothing happened until the pedals were pushed in several inches--then the braking action was sudden enough to jolt the aircraft.
The Earth is constantly undergoing a deceleration caused by the braking action of the tides.
Also, information from air traffic control about braking gave flight crews "false confidence in the braking action available on the wet runway," the report said.
While applying the brakes in the designated parking area, the Aircraft Commander (AC) realized there was no braking action.