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(8) Crew Rest. 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
instructional event of the following day.
b. Maneuver Demonstrations. The student shall not perform
a maneuver for the first time until the IP demonstrates the
maneuver, unless previous training adequately fulfills this
role. This does not apply to simulator events.
c. Airspace Utilization. Conduct contact and formation
sorties in designated areas. These sorties may be out-and-ins
with Operations Officer approval.
(1) Documentation. The ATF for the sortie preceding the
solo sortie must include "Safe for Solo" or "Unsafe for Solo" in
the general comments section.
(2) Solo Not Permitted. The student may not fly solo
unless that ATF states "Safe for Solo."
(3) Airsickness. A student who has been actively or
passively airsick within the previous sortie may not fly solo.
Where available, use syllabus sorties to fulfill this
requirement. Otherwise, use adaptation sorties.
(4) Maneuvers Allowed. Solos may only perform maneuvers
graded F/3 or better on the previous sortie.
(5) Maneuvers Not Allowed. Solos may not perform spins,
stalls, split-S, Immelmann, combination maneuver, simulated
emergency procedures, or any maneuver not previously introduced.
(6) Currency. Students shall not fly solo unless they
have had their safe-for-solo flight within the preceding five
(7) Daylight Restriction. Solo students shall not fly
solo earlier than sunrise or later than 30 minutes before
(8) Brief. The Flight/Operations Duty Officer shall
brief the solo student. The flight briefing must cover mission
profile, objectives, and contingencies.