By U.S. Government,Department of Defense,U.S. Military,U.S. Air Force
Contents: Operations systems * Aircrew review standards * Aircrew Training
Chapter 1 * common suggestions * 1.1. Abbreviations, Acronyms, and phrases * 1.2. obligations * 1.3. Waivers * 1.4. Processing alterations * bankruptcy 2 * challenge making plans * part 2A—General * 2.1. tasks * 2.2. Bird/Wildlife plane Strike threat (BASH) courses * 2.3. criteria * 2.4. CBRNE * 2.5. Flight fabric coaching * 2.6. gasoline Conservation * 2.7. Overwater * 2.8. Briefing and Debriefing * 2.9. Unit constructed Checklists/Local Pilot Aids * part 2B—Night (see additionally evening sections of bankruptcy three, bankruptcy five and bankruptcy 6) * 2.10. minimal secure Altitude (MSA) * 2.11. evening chart standards * 2.12. Low Altitude Navigation and concentrating on Infra-Red for evening (LANTIRN) Navigation Pod Operations * bankruptcy three * general working methods * part 3A * floor Operations * 3.1. Preflight * 3.2. floor visible signs * 3.3. Taxi and Arming * 3.4. EOR Inspections and prior to Takeoff tests * 3.5. Flight Lineup * part 3B—Takeoff and Departure * 3.6. Takeoff * 3.7. preliminary Join-up and Rejoins * part 3C—-Enroute * 3.8. Air Refueling * 3.9. airplane dealing with features (AHC)/Maneuvering Parameters * 3.10. Formation, basic * 3.11. G-Awareness routines (G-Ex) (Reference AFTTP 3-3 * 3.12. Tactical Formations * 3.13. Chase Formation * 3.14. exhibit Formation * 3.15. Low Altitude Operations (reference AFTTP 3-1 * part 3D—-Recovery and touchdown * 3.16. equipment exams * 3.17. attitude of assault (AOA) * 3.18. touchdown regulations * 3.19. wanted landing aspect and spacing * 3.20. Low ways * 3.21. Touch-and-Go Landings * 3.22. Overhead site visitors styles * 3.23. Tactical Overhead site visitors styles * 3.24. Closed site visitors styles * 3.25. again Seat techniques and Landings * 3.26. Formation techniques and Landings * part 3E—Night (see additionally evening sections of bankruptcy 2, bankruptcy five and bankruptcy 6) * 3.27. basic evening techniques * 3.28. working with either evening imaginative and prescient Goggles (NVG) and Terrain Following Radar (TFR) * 3.29. evening imaginative and prescient Goggles (NVG) approaches * 3.30. Terrain Following Radar (TFR) Operations at evening * part 3F—Other * 3.31. concentrating on Pod Operations * 3.32. Radio techniques * 3.33. Lap Belts * 3.34. switch of plane keep an eye on * 3.35. gasoline standards * 3.36. Radar Altimeters and Terrain Warning/Avoidance structures * 3.37. Wind and Sea nation regulations * 3.38. id pal or Foe/Selective id function (IFF/SIF) * bankruptcy four * device strategies * 4.1. common * 4.2. Takeoff and preliminary Join-up * 4.3. path approaches * 4.4. Formation Break-up * 4.5. Formation Penetration * 4.6. Formation process * 4.7. tool strategy systems * bankruptcy five * AIR-TO-AIR guns EMPLOYMENT * 5.1. common * 5.2. Simulated Gun Employment * 5.3. Maneuvering boundaries * bankruptcy 6 * AIR-TO-SURFACE guns EMPLOYMENT * part 6A—-General * 6.1. basic * 6.2. Simulated Gun Employment * 6.3. education Missions with a sizzling Gun * 6.4. Simulated assaults opposed to off-Range or Manned ambitions * 6.5. climate * 6.6. Pop-Up assaults * 6.7. goal id * 6.8. defense of flooring group of workers * part 6B—-Night * 6.9. Altitude * 6.10. financial institution perspective * 6.11. TFR * bankruptcy 7 * irregular working approaches * 7.1. normal * 7.2. serious motion systems (CAPs) * 7.3. floor Aborts * 7.4. Takeoff Aborts * 7.5. Air Aborts * 7.6. Radio Failure (NORDO) * 7.7. serious climate Penetration * 7.8. Spatial Disorientation (SD) * 7.9. misplaced Wingman * 7.10. Armament method Malfunctions * 7.11. In-flight perform of Emergency approaches * 7.12. seek and Rescue (SAR) tactics * 7.13. irregular Operation of TFR or NAV FLIR * 7.14. submit Arresting apparatus Engagement Procedures
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