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MPTS IJET FCL 4490 T-45. FIELD CARRIER LANDING PRACTICE CHECK FLIGHT (SOLO) 0.6 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

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mpts ijet fcl 4490 t 45

MPTS IJETFCL 4490T-45

FIELD CARRIER LANDING PRACTICE CHECK FLIGHT (SOLO)

0.6 HOURS/X

slide2
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
    • WEATHER
      • CURRENT OBSERVATIONS AND FORECASTS
      • CROSSWINDS
      • FUEL CONSIDERATIONS
slide3
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?
ssr discuss items
SSR/DISCUSS ITEMS
  • SPECIAL SYLLABUS REQUIRMENTS:
    • NONE
  • PREREQUISITES:
    • FCL 4305
    • FCL 2101
  • DISCUSS ITEMS:

FCL 4490

    • NATOPS/SOP/EP QOD, CASE I/II, AND BINGO PROFILE.
syllabus notes
SYLLABUS NOTES
  • THIS IS A SOLO EVENT.
  • LSO’S WILL EVALUATE AND CRITIQUE EACH INDIVIDUAL PASS AS WELL AS LANDING TRENDS; LANDING GRADES ARE AT THE SOLE DISCRECTION OF THE LSO.
  • A DAY FRONT-SEAT LANDING WITHIN THE PREVIOUS THREE DAYS IS REQUIRED.
  • UP TO THREE FCLP/CQL EVENTS MAY BE SCHEDULED PER DAY.
admin card
ADMIN (CARD)
  • A/C - ATC C/S – CREW
  • BRIEF / WALK / TAKEOFF / LAND TIMES
  • ATC CLEARANCE / DD-175
  • FUEL PLAN/LADDER
  • LINE / T/O / ABORT / RPM
  • COMM PLAN
  • NAV PLAN
admin
ADMIN
  • LAUNCH
    • WEATHER / NOTAMS / TFR / BASH
    • PREFLIGHT / START / TAXI
    • ITO
    • SWAPPING OF CONTROLS
    • ENROUTE PROCEDURES
    • RADALT USAGE
  • RTB
    • RECOVERY
    • DIVERTS
c onduct
CONDUCT
  • TIMS RESUME REVIEW
  • PRACTICE:
    • CHECKLISTS/COMM/GROUND OPS
    • TAKEOFF/DEPARTURE/FLIGHT ADMIN
    • ENROUTE NAVIGATION
    • DESCENT/FIELD ENTRY
    • FCLP PATTERN
    • START POSTION
    • AOA CONTROL
    • GLIDESLOPE CONTROL
conduct
CONDUCT
  • PRACTICE CONTINUED:
    • POWER CONTROL
    • LINEUP CONTROL
    • ERROR DETECTION/CORRECTION
    • RESPONSE TO LSO CALLS
    • BOLTER/T+G TECHNIQUE
    • FIELD CARRIER LANDING
    • WAVEOFF
    • FULL-STOP LANDING
emergencies
Emergencies
  • AIRCRAFT FALLOUT
  • CLEAR ENGINE PROCEDURE
  • ABORTED TAKEOFF
  • RWY DEP / LOSS OF DIRECTIONAL CONTROL
  • SYSTEM FAILURES/ EPs / CRM
  • BIRD STRIKE/ MIDAIR
  • RADIO/ ICS FAILURE
  • LOSS OF NAVAIDS / LOST PLANE
  • INADVERTENT IMC / LOST SIGHT / LCLS
  • DISORIENTATION / VERTIGO
  • HYPOXIA
  • EJECTION (HIGH / LOW / GROUND)
  • SAR / ON SCENE COMMANDER
  • DIVERT(S) / BINGO FUEL TO DIVERT
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
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