27 June 2002
Average CEP for WEP-09 through 15 is 100-200 feet.
A CEP of less than 200 feet must be achieved on one of
the following flights: WEP-11, 12, or 13. Failure to
do so will result in a flight down (unsatisfactory).
Grading criteria may be modified by the Squadron
CO/Det OIC for adverse weather conditions.
A Weapon "E" may be awarded for the following CEP
- Bombs: A CEP of 75 feet or less with at least four
A minimum of four bombs delivered is required to
complete each flight.
Delivery of ordnance is required to complete a weapons
flight. The primary pattern intended to be introduced
is indicated, for example, by "30-degree bomb", while
the secondary patterns to be introduced but not
required for delivery are indicated, for example, by
Students must fly 30-degree, 20-degree, and 10-degree
patterns prior to completion of WEP-10X. All bombs
shall be dropped from the highest available pattern.
20-degree and 10-degree bombs are available as a
weather backup on WEP-09 through WEP-13.
30-degree bombs must be dropped on at least four
flights. The highest pattern required shall be flown
in order to meet individual curriculum requirements
within the flight.
CCIP target tracking may be practiced on WEP-15 and
flown only in the delivery mode and pattern as
introduced on WEP-14X (T-45C only).
Jacket review required prior to check flights.