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b. Not to be used: For violation of flight regulations or
when a student is not aeronautically adapted or physically
3. ACADEMIC ATTRITES. Attrition is the result of classroom
failure. The student cannot achieve academic objectives and pass
criterion tests or end of course examinations. Classroom
inability can be documented by student test scores and/or time in
Students in this category are disqualified for
any further SNP or SNFO training and are given
a negative recommendation for any military
pilot or flight officer training.
Lack of Reading Skills
To be used: Inability to read at level required by course
material, documented by student reading score and/or reading
grade level analysis of course material. Student cannot be
reasonably remediated to required reading level.
Lack of Math Skills
To be used: Inability to perform mathematical
computations at the level required by course material, documented
by student math scores, performance and counseling. Student
cannot be reasonably remediated to required level of proficiency.
c. Reason of:
To be used: Inability to comprehend/retain class subject
matter (i.e., electronics, hydraulics, mechanics, etcetera).
Student displays poor ability to analyze, reason, react logically
and/or apply class subject matter material as documented by
course tests, classroom situations, counseling and remediation
actions. Student cannot be reasonably remediated to required
level of proficiency.
Lack of Language Proficiency
To be used: Student is unable to speak/comprehend/
communicate well enough to complete curriculum.
To be used: For academic failures that do not fit codes
listed above. Reason for the attrite must be stated on the
Academic Review Board/Progress Review Board recommendation. This
code is not to be used as a catch-all to excuse lack of