CNATRAINST 1500.4F CH-5
8 March 2005
be ready to help them maintain their desire and interest in
excellence as a student.
608. STUDENT FLIGHT TIME. If a sortie is scheduled as a
dedicated SNA training flight (student "X"), then the SNA under
training receives first pilot, copilot, or special crew time (as
appropriate). SNA special crew time will be logged only during
events when the SNA is not under instruction (i.e., observing an
event from the lead or chase aircraft).
609. ADDING ITEMS TO AN EVENT. The instructor may demonstrate
additional flight curriculum items during a flight under the
All scheduled curriculum items are completed first.
b. The maneuver was thoroughly briefed prior to flight (not
over the ICS).
The item is performed per the appropriate FTI.
The student shall not perform the maneuver.
Individual "fleet" techniques are not performed.
f. Performing the additional maneuver shall not exceed the
published flight time for the completed event.
g. Items shall not be graded but annotated in the remarks
section of the ATF.
a. Medical problems often result in extensive delays in
student progress in the flight-training and Enlisted Aircrew
syllabi. Students in a chronic or recurrent "medical hold"
status adversely affect the Naval Aviator Production Process
(NAPP), specifically "Total Time to Train" (TTT) and
predictability. This situation also results in loss of training
dollars and degrades overall training efficiency.
Identification of long-term medical issues and close monitoring
is essential for effective management of the problem utilizing
existing medical or administrative resources. This guidance is
provided to standardize the disposition of students within the
NATRACOM who have accrued extensive periods of time in a Medical
b. Students shall be processed for attrition for reason of Not
Physically Qualified (NPQ) or Not Aeronautically Adapted (NAA)
when they receive a medically disqualifying diagnosis for
aviation duty. If a Flight Surgeon (FS) review determines that