10 March 2003
SECTION II - APPENDIX A
SUMMARY OF TRAINING STRATEGY
1. Overall Goals. The overall goal of the T-45 E-2/C-2 advanced
Flight Training curriculum is to establish a finite airmanship
capacity such that graduates can readily adapt to fleet carrier-
based aircraft operations. The objective is achieved through the
development of tactical flying skills and judgment at a steady
increase in mission task loading. Upon completion, the Student
Naval Aviator (SNA) will have demonstrated the following
Flight Preparation and Planning
(1) Preparation. Demonstrate understanding of
aerodynamics, meteorology, flight physiology, navigation,
communication, aircraft performance, and aircraft systems
(a) Plan each flight event in terms of communication,
navigation, weapon system management, flight leadership, and
aircraft control requirements.
(b) Demonstrate the in-flight ability to execute the
pre-flight plan and respond to airborne contingencies.
(1) Control the aircraft dual or solo, day and night,
under various meteorological conditions.
(2) Maintain the T-45A within the g, Angle of Attack
(AOA), and airspeed envelopes; ensure safe aircraft to ground and
aircraft to aircraft separation; and control the aircraft flight
(1) Navigation. Maintain aircraft position within a
desired geographical area or along a specific ground track using
visual cues, aircraft installed electronic equipment,
agencies and dead reckoning techniques while complying with
appropriate regulations and standard operating procedures.
agencies and other aircraft using approved radio terminology and