CNATRAINST 1500.4F CH-1
17 NOVEMBER 1999
Safe for Solo. The demonstrated capability by the student to
take off, fly the required maneuvers, comply with the course
rules, and return an aircraft in a safe manner. The comment
"Safe for Solo" must be made on each dual flight preceding a solo
flight and where required by the curriculum.
Scheduled Days. Working days, or portion thereof, on which
syllabus events for students are scheduled at a rate of 6 hours
per day of student contact time.
Setback. A return to a previous point in training, used in NFO
courses, Carrier Qualification stages, and academic training.
(This mode of training is an alternative to individualized extra
Simulator. (See High-Fidelity Simulator.)
emergency procedure trainers.
Student naval flight officer
Student naval flight surgeon
Student naval pilot
Special Progress Check. A special flight check event (not
necessarily a curriculum check event) awarded as a result of PRB
or higher action, flown by a standardization instructor for that
stage. Recommendation of the instructor determines whether
further training is warranted.
Stage. A subdivision of a phase, comprised of events leading to
a single set of objectives, designated by a common symbol;
Familiarization (FAM), Radio Instruments (RI), Carrier
Stage Manager (SM). That flight instructor nominated by the
TRAWING commander, and designated by CNATRA, who is responsible
for his/her stage as set forth in CNATRAINST 3710.13D.
Strike Fighter (S/F). An advanced course of NFO training leading
to designation as a Naval Flight Officer in fighter or
Strike Training (NFO). An advanced course of NFO training
leading to designation as a Naval Flight Officer in attack,
electronic/attack, or sea control aircraft.
Strike Training (pilot). Pilot training consisting of Preflight,
Primary, Intermediate and Advanced Strike phases and leading to
eligibility for designation as a Naval Aviator.
Student Aircraft Flight Hours. The total number of aircraft
hours flown by students, including warm-ups, extra time events,