The airplane abruptly entered out-of-control flight (OCF) by entering an uncontrolled left snap-roll.
What does OCF stand for?
OCF stands for Out-of-Control Flight (aviation)
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- Operational Control Field
- Operations Control Facility
- Operator Configuration File
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- Orthodox Christian Fellowship (Standing Conference of Canonical Orthodox Bishops in the Americas)
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- Other Customer Funds
- Our Children First (Bronz, NY)
- Overall Correlation Factor
- Overwhelming Colorfast (band)
- Other Coalition Forces Iraq
- Odd-Carbon Fatty Acid
- Olds College Faculty Association (Canada; est. 1968)
- Ontario Cemetery Finding Aid
- Ontario Coalition for Accountability (Ontario, Canada)
- Open Computer Forensics Architecture (Dutch National Police Agency)
- Orange County Fire Authority
- Original Cost of Fixed Assets (finance)
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Additionally, submit a hazard report for specific occurrences of electromagnetic interference, unintentional out-of-control flight, a bird-animal strike, a near-midair collision, a physiological episode, an embarked landing hazard, air-traffic-control hazards, and other circumstances as outlined in the OPNAV 3750.
The instructor pilot failed to command the proper out-of-control flight recovery inputs, either prematurely applying antispin controls or doing nothing due to misanalysis of his aircraft's flight condition.
Leaks in both systems could result in out-of-control flight.
With the Tomcat engines 9 feet apart, asymmetric thrust was a known contributor to out-of-control flight.
We then climbed to 9,000 feet and completed stalls, spins, out-of-control flight recoveries, and aerobatics.