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agencies and other aircraft using approved radio terminology and
aircraft electronic transmitting equipment as well as light,
hand, or aircraft maneuvering signals.
(3) Systems Management. Manage aircraft flight,
primary and degraded modes as required for successful mission
(4) Flight Leadership. Display the potential for future
designation as section/division leader by demonstrating the
ability to brief a flight event, execute the mission plan as
flight lead or wingman, and debrief the results in terms of
fundamentals of "mutual support," "teamwork," and "aircrew
coordination" during multi-plane events.
(5) Tactical Missions
(a) Demonstrate ability to integrate basic aircraft
handling, takeoff and landing, formation, and instrument flying
skills with mission support skills (1) through (4) above.
(b) Expand basic aircraft and mission control skills
during execution of air-to-air gunnery, airways instrument
navigation, carrier qualification, low-level navigation, air-to-
ground weapon delivery, and air combat maneuvering exercises.
d. Situational Awareness. Demonstrate the ability to
control the frequency and duration of time available for mission
tasks relative to aircraft control tasks. Display the ability
to remain continuously oriented within the flight's environment
and to correctly analyze factors, which will affect the
successful completion of the task at hand.
e. Aircrew Coordination. Demonstrate the ability to employ
effective aircrew coordination concepts and activities in all
phases of flight training and mission tasking to permit
accomplishment of training goals.
a. The priority in each curriculum stage is to teach the
SNA to maneuver the T-45C throughout the environment with 100
percent safety. The second priority is to integrate mission
tasks and validate student ability to execute those tasks
without compromising the first priority. The overall objective