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Participating squadron personnel.
b. Interpretation. The syllabus is directive. Should
circumstances create situations not covered within the scope of
this syllabus, or a specific course of action appears to conflict
with other directives, consult CNATRA (N31).
Document all deviations on the sortie's
d. Changes. Recommended changes shall be submitted in
accordance with (IAW) CNATRAINST 1550.6E.
e. Syllabus Description. The syllabus is divided into
stages; the stages are grouped by like flight training regimes,
such as Contact, Instrument, and Navigation. Each stage is
subdivided into training blocks. The training blocks consist of
a specified number of flights. Maneuver item files identify the
minimum acceptable level of performance in relation to the CTS
that must be achieved at the completion of each training block.
a. Syllabus Progression. Fly syllabus events within each
stage sequentially. Do not start a block without all
prerequisites completed. IUTs may be in different stages
simultaneously. Where applicable, IUTs shall be prepared, and
will be eligible, for both an Instrument and a Navigation
syllabus event. System training management is designed to
facilitate two graded events (flight or exam) per IUT per day.
b. Early Demonstration. Early demonstration, introduction,
practice, and review of any individual maneuver is authorized,
provided these maneuvers are briefed prior to the flight.
c. Maneuver Continuity. IUTs must accomplish previously
introduced maneuvers frequently enough to ensure required
proficiency is maintained.
d. H/X. Standardization Instructors (SIs) shall plan and
execute missions to meet H/X as closely as practical. If actual
sortie length varies from H/X by more than 0.3 hrs, annotate
reason(s) in ITF's general comment section.