CNATRAINST 1500.4F CH-1
17 NOVEMBER 1999
Helicopter Training. Pilot training consisting of Preflight,
Primary, Intermediate Maritime/Helicopter (Helo), and
Undergraduate Helicopter Pilot Training phases leading to
eligibility for designation as a naval aviator.
High-Fidelity Simulator. An aircraft simulator having the
changes in pitch, roll, and yaw in a manner similar to the
High-Fidelity Simulator Event. An event conducted in a high-
fidelity simulator as defined above. Unsatisfactory events shall
be processed per Chapter VIII, whether the event's grades are
used in final grade computation or not (e.g., cockpit orientation
Informational Programs (IP). That program providing an
opportunity for international military trainees to become
familiar with social, cultural, and political institutions of the
U.S. as well as its people and their ways of life.
Introduce. The instructor may demonstrate a procedure or
maneuver to a student, or may coach the student through the
maneuver without demonstration. The student performs the
procedure or maneuver with coaching as necessary. The student is
responsible for knowledge of the procedures prior to the
instruction. All introduced items are graded except for the
first three Familiarization flights in the Primary phase.
Instructor under training.
Item. A single line entry (i.e., a maneuver, procedure or
quality) on the aviation training form (ATF) that is to be
accomplished or observed, graded or nongraded.
Maritime Training. Pilot training consisting of API, Primary,
Intermediate Maritime/Helo, and Advanced Maritime phases, leading
to eligibility for designation as a naval aviator.
Multi-Service Pilot Training System (MPTS). A two phased, pilot
training curriculum utilizing Course Training Standards and
Maneuver Item Files to identify acceptable levels of training
performance. Specific guidance is provided in CNATRAINST
Naval Aviator. The generic term for a naval pilot or naval
flight officer; sometimes used to identify naval pilots only.
Naval Flight Officer Training Rate (NFOTR). The training
requirement assigned by the Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) for a
given fiscal year, broken down by service (Navy, Marine Corps,
foreign) and by course (NAV, ATDS, STK, STK FTR). Only course
students are included.