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Curriculum Manager. The training air wing (TRAWING) or
NAVAVSCOLSCOM assigned cognizance for a particular phase of
Dangerous. Performance which
is substandard to an expected level
of training, and which if not
corrected or prevented by an
instructor, is deemed to have
a higher than acceptable
Dangerous or Unsafe Tendencies. Performance which is
sufficiently erratic or inconsistent with standard operating
procedures or NATOPS mandated techniques such that, if not
corrected or anticipated by the instructor, is likely to result
in a mishap.
Demonstrate. The description and performance of a particular
maneuver by the instructor, observed by the student. The student
is responsible for knowledge of the procedures prior to the
demonstration of a required curriculum maneuver. Demonstrated
items are not graded.
Drop On Request (DOR). The self-initiated termination of
training. Anytime the student makes a statement such as "I quit"
or "DOR", he/she shall be immediately removed from the training
environment and referred to the division or training officer for
administrative action. The student's training is terminated for
that phase and any other pipeline of training including SNP to
SNFO or SNFO to SNP. DOR termination is final and results in
disqualification for any further SNP training and a negative
recommendation for any military pilot or flight officer training.
Discuss. An explanation of systems, procedures, or maneuvers
during brief, in-flight, or post-flight. The event is graded.
E-2/C-2 Training. Pilot training consisting of Preflight, T-34
Primary training, T-2 jet training to include CQ, and T-44 multi-
Event. A scheduled period of prescribed instruction. It may be
in an academic or laboratory classroom, simulator or flight
Extraordinary Expenses. SAP extraordinary expenses include the
cost of receptions, banquets, formal "mess night" activities,
graduation, and similar social events which are desirable and
help bridge the cultural differences between the IMS and members
of the U.S. civilian and military communities.
Flight Instructor. A designated individual whose primary duty is
training student naval aviators (SNA) during actual or simulated
Flight Support. Instruction given on the ground prior to a
specific flight or series of flights in a specific stage of