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2. Similarly, the first RRU generates an IPC/R.
A subsequent RRU generates an FPC/R. Previous flight progress
checks do not affect this progression.
(b) IPC. The following defines when to conduct an
IPC, IPC outcomes, and IPC IPs.
1. Criteria for IPC/F are:
a. Failed check ride.
b. Three consecutive unsatisfactory events in
the same stage, not including XX87 events.
2. Criteria for IPC/R are:
a. Following an RRU.
b. Following two academic test failures.
c. Receiving an officer-like qualities (OLQ)
3. Operations Officer or above directed when the
a. Potential to complete MPTS is in doubt.
b. OLQs are inadequate.
4. Outcomes are:
a. Passing returns the student to normal
b. Failing results in an FPC.
5. IPC IPs. The Operations Officer or his
representative, usually a designated STAN pilot, will administer
the IPC. Neither the student's on-wing nor the IP that
generated the UNSAT grade resulting in the IPC shall administer
the IPC. A qualified IPC IP shall monitor an IPC conducted in a
simulator. The squadron IPC IP is required to make a return to
training or continue the elimination process recommendation to
the Squadron CO.