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3. Operations Officer or above may direct an
IPC/F or IPC/R when the student's:
a. Potential to complete MPTS is in doubt.
(See paragraph 8d, failure to meet specific goals of SMS.)
Officer-like qualities are inadequate.
Passing returns the student to normal
Failing results in an FPC.
5. IPC IPs. The Operations Officer or his
representative designated in writing, usually a STAN pilot, will
administer the IPC. Neither a student's on-wing nor the IP that
generated the UNSAT grade resulting in the IPC shall administer
the IPC. A qualified IPC check pilot shall monitor an IPC
conducted in a simulator. The Squadron IPC IP is responsible
for making a "return to training" or "continue the elimination
process" recommendation to the Squadron CO.
(c) FPC. The following defines when to conduct an
FPC, FPC outcomes, and FPC Check Pilots.
Criteria for an FPC/F are:
Following a failed IPC/F.
b. If the conditions requiring an IPC/F
exist and the student has already accomplished an IPC/F.
Criteria for an FPC/R are:
Following a failed IPC/R.
b. If the conditions requiring an IPC/R
exist and the student has already accomplished an IPC/R.
Following the second academic test
3. Commanding Officer-directed FPC/F or FPC/R
when the student's potential to complete MPTS is in doubt (See
paragraph 8d, failure to meet specific goals of SMS.