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the last FCLP period.
CQ FCLP warm-up may be solo as determined
by the LSO.
(2) If the next regularly scheduled curriculum event is
a dual flight, then the event is briefed and flown as that
flight. If the student's proficiency after the delay in training
is consistent with his normal progress and warrants continuation
in the module of instruction, the flight shall be considered and
graded as a normal curriculum flight (complete). If the student
does not show normal progress, the flight shall be considered a
warm-up of the last flight event completed. If the next
regularly scheduled curriculum event is solo, the student shall
be awarded a warm-up of the last completed dual event.
(3) Instrument warm-ups shall be conducted in the
aircraft if the student's next event is an aircraft event and in
the simulator if the student's next event is a simulator event.
(4) All warm-up flights (between stages, modules, or
other circumstances) are flown, as the event deemed most
consistent with the procedures and maneuvers needing review.
(1) Check flights will be noted as such on the student's
(2) Extra time flight and simulator instruction shall be
governed by the limits prescribed in CNATRAINST 1500.4F.
(3) Instrument Rating. Students will receive training
in instrument flight necessary to qualify for a Standard
Instrument Rating in accordance with OPNAVINST 3710.7S. The
expiration date of the instrument rating/qualification will be
the last day of the month the evaluation was completed plus 1
d. Aviation Training Jacket (ATJ) Reviews.
are required prior to each check flight.
Instructor Assignment (Designations)
(1) Each student will have a primary and secondary
flight instructor designated prior to FAM-08. Not more than two
off-wing instructor events will be flown prior to FAM solo
(2) FAM-17X shall not be flown with primary or secondary