By U.S. Government,Department of Defense,U.S. Military,U.S. Air Force
Contents: Operations systems * Aircrew review standards * Aircrew Training
Chapter 1 * normal details * 1.1. normal * 1.2. Applicability * 1.3. keyword phrases defined * 1.4. Deviations and Waivers * 1.5. neighborhood complement Coordination approach * 1.6. Requisitioning and Distribution approaches * 1.7. development ideas * 1.8. Definitions * 1.9. Aircrew Operational stories * bankruptcy 2 * COMMAND AND keep watch over * 2.1. common * 2.2. Execution Authority * 2.3. airplane Commander (AC) accountability and Authority * bankruptcy three * staff administration * 3.1. Aircrew Qualification * 3.2. Aircrew supplement * 3.3. Flight accountability interval (FDP) * 3.4. workforce leisure * 3.5. Standby strength accountability * 3.6. undertaking Alerting strategies * 3.7. Aircrew unencumber coverage * bankruptcy four * airplane working regulations * 4.1. basic * bankruptcy five * OPERATIONAL methods * 5.1. accountability Stations * 5.2. Takeoff and touchdown coverage * 5.3. Seat Belts * 5.4. Cockpit Communications coverage * 5.5. Runway, Taxiway, and Airfield specifications * 5.6. Wind barriers * 5.7. plane Taxi Speeds * 5.8. Taxi Obstruction Clearance standards and international item harm Avoidance * 5.9. Seat Belt/No-Smoking signal coverage * 5.10. airplane Door Operations * desk 5.1. plane Door Assignments * 5.11. greatest variety of body of workers Aboard plane * 5.12. verbal exchange platforms probability zone techniques * 5.13. airplane electricity Transfers * 5.14. gas Jettison tactics * 5.15. Bird/Wildlife plane Strike chance (BASH) application * 5.16. Participation in Aerial occasions * bankruptcy 6 * AIRCREW systems * part 6A—Pre-Mission * 6.1. Aircrew Uniform * 6.2. own necessities * 6.3. Flight workforce courses * 6.4. undertaking staff courses * 6.5. plane sensible ebook dossier * part 6B—Pre-Departure * 6.6. series of occasions (SOE). * 6.7. Flight group details dossier (FCIF) methods * 6.8. path Navigation Kits * 6.9. Briefing necessities * 6.10. Flight Plan Verification * 6.11. Jeppesen Flight making plans methods * 6.12. Departure making plans * 6.13. Departure Alternates * 6.14. vacation spot necessities (for submitting reasons) * 6.15. antagonistic climate * 6.16. Operational hazard administration (ORM) * part 6C—Preflight * 6.17. AFTO varieties 781 sequence * 6.18. FMS Flight Plan Accuracy * 6.19. plane Servicing and floor Operations * 6.20. lifestyles help standards * part 6D—Departure * 6.21. On Time Takeoffs * 6.22. Cabin safeguard techniques for Takeoff and touchdown * part 6E—En direction * 6.23. Flight growth * 6.24. specified Qualification Airspace * part 6F—Arrival * 6.25. tool process systems (IAPs) * 6.26. Border Clearance/Customs * 6.27. Insect and Pest keep watch over * 6.28. plane restoration clear of major working Base (MOB) * 6.29. upkeep Debrief. part * 6G—Miscellaneous * 6.30. Engine upkeep Runs * 6.31. existence help apparatus Documentation * bankruptcy 7 * plane safeguard * 7.1. common * 7.2. safety * bankruptcy eight * OPERATIONAL studies AND varieties * 8.1. basic * 8.2. AF IMT 457, USAF risk document * 8.3. AF IMT 651, detrimental Air site visitors document (HATR) * 8.4. OAFB 3404, fifty fifth Wing plane Incident Worksheet * 8.5. record Violations, strange occasions, or situations * bankruptcy nine * education coverage * 9.1. Touch-and-Go Landings * 9.2. Short-Field Landings * 9.3. complete Stop/Taxiback touchdown systems * 9.4. Simulated In-Flight Emergency techniques * 9.5. classification II/IIIa education * 9.6. ignored method education * 9.7. Air Refueling * 9.8. Prohibited In-Flight education Maneuvers * bankruptcy 10 * undertaking staff (COMM) systems * 10.1. basic * 10.2. obligations * 10.3. Pre-Mission approaches * 10.4. Pre-Flight techniques * 10.5. In-Flight methods * 10.6. En course safety of categorized fabric * 10.7. Post-Flight tactics * 10.8. Post-Mission systems * bankruptcy eleven * NAVIGATION methods * 11.1. normal * 11.2. project making plans * 11.3. Flight Charts
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21st Century U.S. Military Documents: Air Force E-4 Nightwatch Command Post Aircraft - Operations Procedures, Aircrew Evaluation Criteria, Aircrew Training Flying Operations by U.S. Government,Department of Defense,U.S. Military,U.S. Air Force