(a) Provide cutoff of the fuel burning thrust augmentor;
(b) Permit on-off cycling;
(c) Be controllable within the intended range of operation;
(d) Upon a failure or malfunction of augmentor combustion, not cause the engine to lose thrust other than that provided by the augmentor; and
(e) Have controls that function compatibly with the other engine controls and automatically shut off augmentor fuel flow if the engine rotor speed drops below the minimum rotational speed at which the augmentor is intended to function.
[Amdt. 33–6, 39 FR 35468, Oct. 1, 1974]