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MPTS IJET NFR 4101 – NFR 4102 T-45. NIGHT FORMATION 1.5 HOURS/X. ORM. OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS / LIMITATIONS CREW REST/ CREW DAY / WORK WEEK WARM-UP ELIGIBILITY PREVIOUS FLIGHT COMPLETE? IP CURRENCY READ AND INITIAL HUMAN FACTORS LIFE STRESSORS / EXTERNAL FACTORS/ PERSONAL PROBLEMS

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Mpts ijet nfr 4101 nfr 4102 t 45

MPTS IJETNFR 4101 – NFR 4102T-45

NIGHT FORMATION

1.5 HOURS/X


ORM

  • OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS / LIMITATIONS

    • CREW REST/ CREW DAY / WORK WEEK

    • WARM-UP ELIGIBILITY

    • PREVIOUS FLIGHT COMPLETE?

    • IP CURRENCY

    • READ AND INITIAL

  • HUMAN FACTORS

    • LIFE STRESSORS / EXTERNAL FACTORS/ PERSONAL PROBLEMS

    • MEDICAL STATUS

      • CREW DAY

      • CREW REST

      • NOURISHMENT

      • HYDRATION

  • HAZARDS AND CONTROLS

    • ROUTINE

    • WHAT IS DIFFERENT TODAY?

    • WEATHER

      • CURRENT OBSERVATIONS AND FORECASTS

      • CROSSWINDS

      • FUEL CONSIDERATIONS


ORM

  • NFORM High Risk Areas/Maneuvers

    • TACAN/CV Rendezvous

      • 500’ below lead until bearing and fuselage alignment

      • Excessive closure and/or poor bearing line control

    • Wide parade positioning causing reduced visual lighting cues

    • Insufficient lateral separation during running rndz

    • PIO during configuration changes


TTO

  • WHO WILL CALL A TTO?

  • WHAT SITUATIONS WILL THE TTO BE CALLED?

    • SAFETY

    • CONFUSION

    • MISUNDERSTANDING

  • IP RESPONSIBILITIES

    • RECOGNIZE THE NEED FOR A TTO

    • EXPLANATION / INSTRUCTION AS NECESSARY

    • DOCUMENTATION ON ATF

  • WHEN AND HOW WILL TRAINING RESUME?


Admin
ADMIN

  • QOD

    • NATOPS

    • EP

    • SOP

  • Prerequisites

    • NFR2101

  • Misc.

    • Event duration must be at least 0.75 of syllabus time to be complete.

    • An event duration that deviates greater than 0.3 hours from syllabus time must have the reason annotated on the grade sheet.


Admin card
ADMIN (CARD)

  • A/C - ATC C/S – CREW

  • BRIEF / WALK / TAKEOFF / MARSHAL/LAND TIMES

  • ATC CLEARANCE / DD-175

  • FUEL PLAN/LADDER

  • LINE / T/O / ABORT / RPM

  • COMM PLAN

  • NAV PLAN

  • BINGO/DIVERT

  • LCLS


Admin1
ADMIN

  • LAUNCH

    • WEATHER / NOTAMS / TFR / BASH

    • PREFLIGHT / START / MARSHAL / TAXI

    • ITO

    • SWAPPING OF CONTROLS

    • ENROUTE PROCEDURES

    • RADALT USAGE

  • RTB

    • RECOVERY

    • DIVERTS


Conduct
Conduct

  • TIMS RESUME REVIEW

  • Formation ground OPS

  • Formation communications

  • Individual takeoff

  • TACAN rendezvous (2 min)

  • IFR Parade

  • Crossunder

  • Breakup and rendezvous (3 x 250 desired)

  • Running rendezvous (at altitude)

  • Lead change

  • Section approach (may be at Alt.)

  • Section missed approach

  • Section break (Wx permitting)

  • Touch-and-go landings


Syllabus notes
SYLLABUS NOTES

  • THESE EVENTS WILL BE FLOWN FROM THE FRONT COCKPIT

  • NIGHT FLIGHTS SHALL TAKE OFF NO EARLIER THAN 30 MINUTES AFTER OFFICIAL SUNSET

  • ONE SECTION APPROACH TO A TOUCH AND GO/REJOIN SHALL BE FLOWN IN THIS BLOCK

  • AT LEAST ONE SECTION BREAK MUST BE FLOWN IN THIS BLOCK


Syllabus notes1
SYLLABUS NOTES

E. THE FOLLOWING MANEUVERS WILL BE FLOWN ON EACH FLIGHT

  • TACAN RENDEZVOUS- 2

  • BREAKUP/CV RENDEZVOUS- 4 ON NFR4101, 3 ON NFR4102

  • RUNNING RENDEZVOUS AT ALITITUDE

  • CROSSUNDERS

  • PARADE

  • NIGHT LEAD CHANGE

  • SECTION APPROACH (MAY BE SIMULATED AT ALTITUDE)

  • TOUCH AND GO REJOIN OR SECTION MISSED APPROACH

  • SECTION BREAK (WX PERMITTING)

  • FIELD CARRIER LANDING(S)


Ssr discuss items
SSR/DISCUSS ITEMS

  • SSR

    NONE

  • DISCUSS ITEMS

    NFR4101

    • QOD

    • LANDING PATTERN

    • FORMATION SAFETY

    • EMERGENCIES

    • NIGHT LEAD

      NFR4102

    • QOD

    • NORDO LEAD CHANGE

    • TOTAL ELECTRICAL FAILURE



Contingencies

Emergencies

Abort

Rwy Dep/Gnd Ejection

Radio/ICS Failure

Loss of Navaids

Lost Plane/Lost Sight

System Failures

Disorientation

Bird Strike/Midair

SAR Procedures

Ejection

Crew Resource Management

Underrun

Contingencies

Fallouts

Weather

BASH

CONTINGENCIES


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 THOUROUGHLY DEBRIEFED ON THE CONDUCT OF THE MISSION UTILIZING THE “S-P-B-E-MS-LL” FORMAT OUTLINED BELOW.

    • SAFETY

    • PLANNING

    • BRIEF

    • EXECUTION

    • MISSION SUCCESS

    • LESSONS LEARNED

      DO NOT FORGET TO DO YOUR ASAP REPORT


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