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(3) Further training is/is not warranted
(5) Synthetic flight/instructor graded
(6) Synthetic flight/nongraded (stamped in "cumulative
stage total" box)
(8) Recheck (stamped in "cumulative stage total" box)
(9) Special check
(10) Field carrier qualified
(11) Graded on later ATF (stamped in total marks this
e. ATFs shall be filed by stage of training, in numerical
order, from bottom to top. Stages shall be arranged in the order
presented in the curriculum summary, with the later stages on
top. In the SNFO jacket, synthetic flight ATFs shall be filed in
accordance with Appendix F. Flight ATFs are filed on the right
side, under the appropriate NFO Flight Summary, (one each for
basic and advanced phases and, if applicable, one for the
intermediate phase). In SNP jackets, simulator ATFs (except
high-fidelity simulator events graded by flight instructors) are
filed under the appropriate phase divider on the left side of the
ATJ. Flight ATFs and high-fidelity simulator ATFs graded by
flight instructors are filed under the appropriate phase divider
on the right side of the ATJ.
A-103 CNATRA-GEN 1542/10A - Aviation Training Jacket (Pilot).
This is the ATJ used for SNP training.
A-104 CNATRA-GEN 1542/10B - Aviation Training Jacket (NFO).
is the ATJ used for SNFO training.
A-105 CNATRA-GEN 1542/12 - Weekly Calendar. This form is
utilized throughout the NATRACOM to provide chronological data of
the student's training. All days shall be accounted for,
including weekends, if there was scheduled training. Students
are required to fill out this form, but commands are responsible
for the completeness and accuracy of the form before the student
is transferred. In the SNFO ATJ, the forms shall be filed in
chronological order on the top of the right side. In the SNP
ATJ, they shall be filed above the ATFs, and under the jacket
review divider on the right side.
A-106 CNATRA GEN 1542/13 - Summary Progress Review Board (PRB).
This form is for SNA and SNFO progress boards. The "Record of
Difficulties" section will enumerate failures which occurred
previous to the present difficulty. The specific academic and