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an "X" in the appropriate grade columns as
observed by a qualified instructor (i.e.,
ODO, FDO, RDO, SODO, Section/Division
Leader, etc), if the IUT's performance for
that maneuver was other than average.
IUT instructional flights designated by
the "S" (e.g., BI-01S) are flown in the
14. IUT Performance Criteria. Flight performance criteria are
delineated as standards of performance outlined in Appendix A.
Performance criteria and acceptable standards are defined in
15. Flight Support. Prior to the first simulator or aircraft
event, and prior to designated curriculum check events, each IUT
shall successfully pass a flight procedures examination covering
the appropriate stage. Failure of the examination shall
constitute an observed down for preflight preparation and shall
be processed in normal manner.
16. Extra Time Events. Extra time flight and simulator
instruction shall be governed by the limits prescribed in
17. Modifying Instructor Training Curriculum. The T-45A Jet
Transition Strike Flight Instructor Training Curriculum was
developed to provide the average non-carrier qualified Naval
Aviator with the skills necessary to become an effective flight
instructor. Modifications to this curriculum may be necessary to
individualize the training needs of non-carrier qualified
aviators, lacking the skills required to successfully complete an
18. Training Time Out Policy. Any time a IUT or instructor has
apprehension concerning his or her personal safety or that of
another, he or she shall signal for a "Training Time Out" to
clarify the situation and receive or provide additional
instruction. "Training Time Out" signals other than verbal shall
be appropriate to the training environment and clearly briefed.