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Intermediate Jet FAM-08. Familiarize the student with normal and emergency procedures in the aircraft with emphasis on system operations, flight characteristics, and landing techniques. ORM. Operational Requirements / Limitations Crew Rest / Crew Day / Work Week R&I IP Currency (SOP)

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Intermediate jet fam 08

Intermediate JetFAM-08

Familiarize the student with normal and emergency procedures in the aircraft with emphasis on system operations, flight characteristics, and landing techniques.


Intermediate jet fam 08

ORM

  • Operational Requirements / Limitations

    • Crew Rest / Crew Day / Work Week

    • R&I

    • IP Currency (SOP)

    • Warm Up Eligibility

    • Previous Flight Incomplete? Determine Graded Items.

    • On-Wing Required/MCG Notes?

  • Human Factors

    • Life Stressors / External Factors / Personal Problems

    • Medical Status (Rest / Nourishment / Hydration)

  • Hazards and Controls

    • Routine

    • Weather

      • Current Observations and Forecasts

      • Crosswinds

      • Fuel Considerations

    • Mission Specific


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TTO

  • Who will call a TTO?

  • What situations will the TTO be called?

    • Safety

    • Confusion / Misunderstanding

  • IP Responsibilities

    • Recognize need for TTO

    • Explanation / Instruction as necessary

    • Documentation on ATF

  • When and how will training resume?


Admin

ADMIN

  • QOD

    • NATOPS

    • EP

    • SOP

  • Brief Items

    • Engine surge/ compressor stall

    • Crosswind landing technique

    • Inadvertent engine shutdown (finger lifts)


Admin card

ADMIN (card)

  • A/C - ATC C/S - Crew

  • Brief / Walk / Marshal / Takeoff / Land Times

  • ATC Clearance / IFF

  • Area 1

  • Area 4

  • Line / T/O / Abort / RPM

  • Comm Plan

  • Nav Plan

  • Joker / Bingo


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ADMIN

  • Launch

    • Weather / NOTAMS / TFR / BASH

    • Preflight / Start / Marshal / Taxi

    • T/O

    • Transit

    • RadAlt Usage

  • RTB

    • Recovery

    • Diverts

      • Area 1,2,3

      • Meridian West

      • Birmingham MOA

      • Pine Hills MOA


Conduct

Conduct

Demonstrate:

  • Aircraft exterior preflight

  • Abeam PA

  • Postflight aircraft inspection


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Conduct

Practice :

  • Checklists

  • Radio communications

  • Aircraft taxi

  • Normal Takeoff

  • Standard departure procedures

  • Course rules (visual landmarks)

  • Level off/cruise

  • Turn pattern

  • Level flight accelerate/decelerate

  • Stall Series:

    • Power off stall

    • Landing attitude maneuver

    • Landing attitude stall

    • Approach turn stall

  • Aileron Roll

  • Descents

  • Overhead pattern entry (break)

  • VFR landing pattern

  • Touch-and-go, full flaps/slats

  • Roll-and-go, full flaps/slats

  • Waveoff

  • Simulated emergency (airborne)

  • Full-stop, full flaps/slats

    NOTES: (a) Brief should begin 2.25 hours prior to scheduled takeoff.

    (b) Allow 45 minutes between end of brief and takeoff.


Emergencies

Ground Emergencies

Abort

Rwy Dep / Gnd Ejection

Radio/ICS failure

Loss of Navaids

Lost Plane

System Failures

Disorientation

Bird strike/ Midair

SAR procedures

Ejection

Aircrew Coordination

Emergencies


Recap

Recap

  • Overall Flow

  • Questions


Standard debriefing format

STANDARD DEBRIEFING FORMAT

  • The Flight Lead or Pilot-in-Command is responsible for ensuring all flight or crewmembers are thoroughly debriefed on the conduct of the mission utilizing the “S-P-B-E-MS-LL” format outlined below. (Refer to the CTW-1/CTW-2 Expanding Debriefing Guide for specific objectives).

  • Safety

  • Planning

  • Brief

  • Execution

  • Mission Success

  • Lessons Learned


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