CNATRAINST 1500.4F CH-5
8 March 2005
(d) Training program-ITO governing document;
unprogrammed training; officers in enlisted courses; elimination
from training for cause; meeting schedules and appointments;
English language testing; clothing and equipment; release and
shipment of instructional material.
(e) IP-Program objectives and activities.
cleanliness; morale problems; military discipline and
(g) Student and instructor relationship-Male; female;
officer; enlisted; civilian; minority instructors.
(h) Travel-arrangements; accommodations; baggage
allowance; delays en route; travel schedules.
(i) Power-driven vehicles-Purchase; registration;
(j) Living allowances-Authorized amount; payment
schedule, if proper.
(k) Dependents-Authorization; housing; cost of living;
medical care benefits, charges, payment procedures and health
(l) Currency-Monetary exchange; banking.
(n) USG quarters-Occupancy; duration, housekeeping;
(o) Firearms-Purchase; possession; transportation.
(p) Employment-Restriction against IMS and alien family
members being employed during their stay in the United States.
(2) Debriefing shall be accomplished at the time of out-
processing from the training activity. Trainee comments shall
be recorded on the flight training record if appropriate.
(3) Monitor IMS records for completeness and currency.
(a) Flight log book hours and IMSs ATJ must be accurate
and verified prior to the submission of IMS completion report.
(b) IMS's ATJ shall be initiated at the first training
site. This record shall be maintained per this instruction and
the SECNAVINST 4950.4A, Chapter 10, paragraph 10-90c(3).
(4) Monitor transmission of IMS records to the next
training activity. The records shall be transmitted within five