27 June 2002
TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVES
A. Aircraft Familiarization.
After this stage, the student
will be able to:
(1) Operate and manage primary aircraft systems in normal
and emergency back-up modes.
(2) Maintain the aircraft within prescribed g, Angle of
Attack (AOA), and airspeed envelope during the performance of
takeoff, landing, and general handling exercises.
(3) Integrate appropriate communication, navigation and
(4) Achieve "safe for solo" qualification during day Visual
Flight Rules (VFR) conditions.
(5) Plan, brief, execute, and debrief a flight event.
B. Out-of-Control Flight.
After this stage, the student will
be able to:
(1) Recognize all indications of out-of-control flight.
(2) Recognize the various phases of out-of-control flight
from visual and instrument references.
(3) Apply the proper recovery controls for any uncontrolled
After this stage, the student will have:
(1) Developed a flight instrument scan adequate to control
the aircraft without reference to a visual horizon.
(2) Demonstrated ability to communicate and navigate without
jeopardizing aircraft control during basic instrument flight
D. Radio Instruments.
After this stage, the student will be
(1) Apply basic instrument scan to aircraft operations in
the high and low altitude Instrument Flight Rule (IFR)