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appropriate cases, the designated instructor shall retain the
formation leader status as defined by OPNAVINST 3710.7T,
paragraphs 3.5.2 and 3.5.4.
d. Aerobatic Maneuvers. Aerobatic maneuvers shall be
conducted in accordance with OPNAVINST 3710.7T.
a. The schedule limitations of the student's workday/
(1) The student's working day from first scheduled
event until completion of the last event of the day (including
associated paperwork and debrief) shall not exceed 12 hours.
(2) A minimum of 12 hours shall elapse between the
conclusion of the student's last scheduled event of the day
(including associated debrief) and his first scheduled event of
the following day.
(3) Workweek may be up to six days. After six
consecutive workdays, students must have one day off. TRAWING
Commanders shall submit waivers to deviate from this policy to
b. A day front seat landing within the previous two days is
a prerequisite for the first solo flight, thereafter, a front
seat landing within the previous three days is a prerequisite for
a day solo flight. A day or night front seat landing within the
previous day is a prerequisite for a night solo flight.
c. All night flights shall take off no earlier than
30 minutes past official sunset.
d. A student shall not be scheduled for more than two
graded events (flight, simulator, or ground training greater than
two hours) per day with the following exceptions:
(1) Three dual cross-country legs.
(2) Three CQ/FCLP events.
Flights exceeding the above limitations require the approval of
the TRAWING Commander in accordance with CNATRAINST 1500.4F.
e. SNAs shall not be scheduled for stage flight procedures
and first flight/simulator in stage on the same day.