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  1. COMPUTATION OF FLYING TIME
    Flying time starts when an airplane begins to move forward on the takeoff roll or when a helicopter lifts off the ground. Flying time ends when the aircraft has landed and the engines are stopped or the flying crew changes.
  2. As an Army Aviator you must comply with
    1. Federal aviation __________, ______, and ______.
    2. _______________________________ (____) regulations.
    3. Host country __________, ______, and _____.
    4. Military ___________.
    5. Non-aviation federal and state ______ applicable to Army aviation operations.
    6. DOD flight information publications (FLIP).Aircraft __________ __________ and
    _____________ and applicable airworthiness releases
    • 1. Federal aviation regulations, laws, and rules.
    • 2. International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) regulations.
    • 3. Host country regulations, laws, and rules.
    • 4. Military regulations.
    • 5. Non-aviation federal and state laws applicable to Army aviation operations.
    • 6. DOD flight information publications (FLIP).Aircraft operator’s manuals and checklists and applicable airworthiness releases
  3. Pre Flight Planning Requirments:
    The aviator will evaluate aircraft _______, _________, _______ and ________ data, ________ __ _______ (_______) (including GPS, DAFIF, TFF and local NOTAMS, host country ___________, Theater requirements (for example, ACO, ATO, SPINS, and so forth)) for the route to be ________, and appropriate DOD/US Government ______ per paragraph 5-1b.
    The aviator will evaluate aircraft performance, departure, en route and approach data, notices to airmen (NOTAM) (including GPS, DAFIF, TFF and local NOTAMS, host country requirements, Theater requirements (for example, ACO, ATO, SPINS, and so forth)) for the route to be flown, and appropriate DOD/US Government FLIP per paragraph 5-1b.
  4. Fuel Requirements:
    At takeoff, aircraft must have enough fuel to reach the destination and ___________ ___________ (if required) and have a planned fuel reserve of –
    · Rotary Wing
    o VFR – ___ minutes at _______
    o IFR – ___ minutes at _______
    • At takeoff, aircraft must have enough fuel to reach the destination and alternate airport (if required) and have a planned fuel reserve of –
    • · Rotary Wing
    • o VFR – 20 minutes at cruise
    • o IFR – 30 minutes at cruise
  5. Flight Weather Planning:Pilots will obtain _________ , _________, ________, and _________ (if used) weather information before _________.
    Pilots will obtain departure, en route, destination, and alternate (if used) weather information before takeoff.
  6. Flight into icing conditions. Aircraft will not be flown into known or forecast _______ icing conditions. If a flight is to be made into known or forecast _________ icing conditions, the aircraft must be equipped with adequate operational deicing or anti-icing equipment.
    Flight into icing conditions. Aircraft will not be flown into known or forecast severe icing conditions. If a flight is to be made into known or forecast moderate icing conditions, the aircraft must be equipped with adequate operational deicing or anti-icing equipment.
  7. Flight into turbulence. Aircraft will not be intentionally flown into known or forecast ___________ turbulence or into known __________ turbulence.
    Flight into turbulence. Aircraft will not be intentionally flown into known or forecast extreme turbulence or into known severe turbulence.
  8. Aircraft will not be intentionally flown into forecast severe turbulence unless ACOM, ASCC, DRU, or NGB commander has established clearance procedures and –
    o Weather information is based on _____ forecasts.
    o Flights will be made in areas where encountering severe turbulence is unlikely.
    o Flights are for essential _________ essential __________ only.
    o Flights are considered _________ ________ risk.
    o Flights are terminated or _______ turbulence if severe turbulence is encountered.
    • Aircraft will not be intentionally flown into forecast severe turbulence unless ACOM, ASCC, DRU, or NGB commander has established clearance procedures and –
    • o Weather information is based on area forecasts.
    • o Flights will be made in areas where encountering severe turbulence is unlikely.
    • o Flights are for essential training or essential missions only.
    • o Flights are for essential training or essential missions only.
    • o Flights are considered extremely high risk.
    • o Flights are terminated or depart turbulence if severe turbulence is encountered.
  9. Flight into thunderstorms. Aircraft will not be __________ flown into thunderstorms.
    intentionally
  10. VFR Weather Requirments:Destination weather must be forecast to be _______ to or _________ than VFR minimums at estimated time of arrival (ETA) through _ _____ after ETA.
    Destination weather must be forecast to be equal to or greater than VFR minimums at estimated time of arrival (ETA) through 1 hour after ETA.
  11. VFR Weather Requirments: When there are intermittent weather conditions, ____________ weather will apply. Aviators may file flight plans to a destination within Class __, __, __, and __ surface area airspace when weather conditions are forecast to be equal to or greater than known SVFR minima for that airspace at ETA through 1 hour after ETA
    When there are intermittent weather conditions, predominate weather will apply. Aviators may file flight plans to a destination within Class B, C, D, and E surface area airspace when weather conditions are forecast to be equal to or greater than known SVFR minima for that airspace at ETA through 1 hour after ETA
  12. VFR Weather Requirments: Helicopter SVFR minima is _ ____ ________ and ______ of ______ unless a higher minimum is required at the _________. For airspace class, forecast en route weather must permit flight with separation from ________ and flight visibility equal to or greater than minimums state in table 5-1.
    Helicopter SVFR minima is ½ mile visibility and clear of cloud unless a higher minimum is required at the airfield. For airspace class, forecast en route weather must permit flight with separation from clouds and flight visibility equal to or greater than minimums state in table 5-1.
  13. IFR Weather Requirments: Destination weather must be forecast to be _______ to or _______ than the published weather planning minimum for the __________ _________ to be flown at ETA through 1 hour after ETA.
    Destination weather must be forecast to be equal to or greater than the published weather planning minimum for the approach procedure to be flown at ETA through 1 hour after ETA.
  14. When there are intermittent weather conditions, ______________ weather will apply. Of inoperative components for an approach exist, adjust the weather planning minimums as indicated by the DOD/US Government FLIP.
    When there are intermittent weather conditions, predominate weather will apply. Of inoperative components for an approach exist, adjust the weather planning minimums as indicated by the DOD/US Government FLIP.
  15. Aviators flying helicopters may reduce destination and alternate Category __ visibility minimums by ___ percent, but not less than __ mile or metric equivalent. Reduction of visibility for approaches labeled “____ ____” is not authorized and this reduction is applied after all other corrections. Category __ approach procedures may not be used in destination or alternate weather planning.
    Aviators flying helicopters may reduce destination and alternate Category A visibility minimums by 50 percent, but not less than ¼ mile or metric equivalent. Reduction of visibility for approaches labeled “copter only” is not authorized and this reduction is applied after all other corrections. Category II approach procedures may not be used in destination or alternate weather planning.
  16. If there is no weather reporting service, the aviator may use the _____ forecast.
    For all IFR flights and/or VFR cross country flights, the weather forecast will be void __ _______ ____ ___ _______ from the time the forecast is received provided the aircraft has not __________. Weather forecast may be extended after coordination with a _________ facility. The crew should update weather briefing information on __________ flights.
    • If there is no weather reporting service, the aviator may use the area forecast.
    • For all IFR flights and/or VFR cross country flights, the weather forecast will be void 1 hour and 30 minutes from the time the forecast is received provided the aircraft has not departed. Weather forecast may be extended after coordination with a weather facility. The crew should update weather briefing information on stopover flights.
  17. The pilot that does not meet the following on takeoff has the following minimums:
    Helicopter’s departure ceiling – _____ feet and either visibility __ mile, RVR 1200 feet or metric equivalent.
    • The pilot that does not meet the following on takeoff has the following minimums:
    • Helicopter’s departure ceiling – 100 feet and either visibility ¼ mile, RVR 1200 feet or metric equivalent.
  18. During IMC flight, all instruments and communication equipment in the cockpit will be kept in the “___” position and immediately available for use.
    During IMC flight, all instruments and communication equipment in the cockpit will be kept in the “on” position and immediately available for use.
  19. Over-the-top flights. Aircraft will not be flown above a cloud or fog layer under VFR for more than ___ minutes unless –
    · The aircraft is equipped for ____ flight per table 5-2 and not restricted from ____ flight. All instrument flight rules and requirements can be met for the remaining flight.
    • Over-the-top flights. Aircraft will not be flown above a cloud or fog layer under VFR for more than 30 minutes unless –
    • · The aircraft is equipped for IMC flight per table 5-2 and not restricted from IMC flight. All instrument flight rules and requirements can be met for the remaining flight.
  20. Dual VOR equipment requirements specified on approach charts do not apply to _____ aircraft. Off-tuning from the approach aid to identify an approach fix is authorized. Dual VOR approach minimums apply.
    Dual VOR equipment requirements specified on approach charts do not apply to Army aircraft. Off-tuning from the approach aid to identify an approach fix is authorized. Dual VOR approach minimums apply.
  21. An approach may be initiated, regardless of ________ and ________.
    Practice hooded approaches may be made to the ______ ______ or ______ _______ _______ when the aircraft has dual controls and a pilot is at one set of the controls. In all other cases, hooded approaches may not be made lower than _____ feet AGL.
    • An approach may be initiated, regardless of ceiling and visibility.
    • Practice hooded approaches may be made to the decision height or minimum descent altitude when the aircraft has dual controls and a pilot is at one set of the controls. In all other cases, hooded approaches may not be made lower than 500 feet AGL.
  22. The published missed approach procedure or other procedures as directed by ATC will be flown. __________ approaches may be flown provided _____, including reserve, is adequate. An ATC __________ must be requested and approved before proceeding to another airfield. A change of flight plan will be made per DOD/US Government FLIP if time permits.
    The published missed approach procedure or other procedures as directed by ATC will be flown. Additional approaches may be flown provided fuel, including reserve, is adequate. An ATC clearance must be requested and approved before proceeding to another airfield. A change of flight plan will be made per DOD/US Government FLIP if time permits.
  23. An aircraft will not be flown below the published MDA or an approach continued below the DH unless the following exist:
    1. The approach _________ of the runway, or the approach ________ or other markings, identifiable with the approach end of the runway or landing area, must be _______ visible to the pilot.
    2. The aircraft must be in a ________ from which a ______ approach to the runway or landing area can be made.
    • An aircraft will not be flown below the published MDA or an approach continued below the DH unless the following exist:
    • 1. The approach threshold of the runway, or the approach lights or other markings, identifiable with the approach end of the runway or landing area, must be clearly visible to the pilot.
    • 2. The aircraft must be in a position from which a safe approach to the runway or landing area can be made.
  24. Class 1 aircraft are those whose weight or center-of-gravity limits can ___________ be exceeded by loading arrangements normally used in _______ operations. Therefore, limited loading control is needed.
    Class 1 aircraft are those whose weight or center-of-gravity limits can sometimes be exceeded by loading arrangements normally used in tactical operations. Therefore, limited loading control is needed.
  25. All DD Forms 365-4 (weight and balance) will be checked for accuracy at least every ___ days.
    365-4 (weight and balance) will, as a minimum, be reviewed every ___ months. The last day of the month is the final day for completing the review.
    Each aircraft will be weighed when –
    1. ________ or major airframe ______ are accomplished.
    2. Modifications or __ percent or greater of the aircrafts basic weight are applied.
    3. Any modifications or component replacements including painting) have been made for which the weight and center-of-gravity cannot be ___________ computed.
    4. Weight and center-of-gravity data records are suspected to be in _______.
    5. The period since the previous weighing reaches ___ months for Class 1 aircraft and __ months for a Class 2 aircraft.
    • All DD Forms 365-4 (weight and balance) will be checked for accuracy at least every 90 days.
    • 365-4 (weight and balance) will, as a minimum, be reviewed every 12 months. The last day of the month is the final day for completing the review.
    • Each aircraft will be weighed when –
    • 1. Overhaul or major airframe repairs are accomplished.
    • 2. Modifications or 1 percent or greater of the aircrafts basic weight are applied.
    • 3. Any modifications or component replacements including painting) have been made for which the weight and center-of-gravity cannot be accurately computed.
    • 4. Weight and center-of-gravity data records are suspected to e in error.
    • 5. The period since the previous weighing reaches 36 months for Class 1 aircraft and 24 months for a Class 2 aircraft.
  26. Oxygen will be used by aircraft crews and occupants for flights, as shown below:
    1. Aircraft crews:
    a. On flights above 10,000 feet pressure altitude for more than __ hour.
    b. On flights above 12,000 feet pressure altitude for more than __ minutes.
    2. Aircraft crews and all other occupants:
    a. On flights above _______ feet pressure altitude for any period of time.
    b. For flights above _______ feet pressure altitude, oxygen prebreathing will be accomplished by aircrewmembers. Prebreathing will be for not less than ___ minutes at ground level and will continue while ________ to altitude.
    • Oxygen will be used by aircraft crews and occupants for flights, as shown below:
    • 1. Aircraft crews:
    • a. On flights above 10,000 feet pressure altitude for more than 1 hour.
    • b. On flights above 12,000 feet pressure altitude for more than 30 minutes.
    • 2. Aircraft crews and all other occupants:
    • a. On flights above 14,000 feet pressure altitude for any period of time.
    • b. For flights above 18,000 feet pressure altitude, oxygen prebreathing will be accomplished by aircrewmembers. Prebreathing will be for not less than 30 minutes at ground level and will continue while en route to altitude.
  27. Proper wearing of fire-resistant flight clothing includes collars up, pant legs un-bloused, sleeves rolled down and the use of fire resistant flying gloves.
    The following US Army approved clothing and equipment will be worn by all crewmembers when performing crew duties:
    1. ________ boots
    2. Flight ________
    3. Flight ______ approved for aviation use
    4. Under lay clothing made of ________, _____, ______ or materials approved for aviation use
    5. ___ _____. All passengers will war approved hearing protection devices and passengers on tactical helicopter flights will wear protective military headgear as appropriate.
    • Proper wearing of fire-resistant flight clothing includes collars up, pant legs un-bloused, sleeves rolled down and the use of fire resistant flying gloves.
    • The following US Army approved clothing and equipment will be worn by all crewmembers when performing crew duties:
    • 1. Leather boots
    • 2. Flight helmet
    • 3. Flight suit approved for aviation use
    • 4. Under lay clothing made of Cotton, wool, Nomex or materials approved for aviation use
    • 5. Identification tags. All passengers will war approved hearing protection devices and passengers on tactical helicopter flights will wear protective military headgear as appropriate.

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