08 August 2002
FIELD CARRIER LANDING PRACTICE
OBJECTIVE: Field Carrier Landing Practice (FCLP) is provided to
ensure that the Transition IUT masters landing techniques
required to instruct SNAs in tactical jet aircraft with emphasis
on pattern, interval, power control, attitude control, airspeed
control, glideslope control, and corrections.
Includes: Aviation Student Indoctrination (ASI-06); Carrier
Qualification Flight Procedures (CQFP-01 through CQFP-04); FCLP
simulator and flights (FCLP-01S through FCLP-19X); Emergency
Procedures simulator (EP-04S); and Carrier Qualification flight
A maximum of three (3) FCLP flights may be scheduled in
All FCLP night flights shall take off no earlier than 30
minutes after official sunset.
Night solo flights require an operating radar altimeter.
Prior to completion of the Jet Transition phase, the IUT
must fly a total of 3 night FCLPs under LSO control.
FCLP'S may be flown any time after FAM-14, but prior to
MOD 04 as the CQ schedule permits.
CQ-01X is flown by selected IUTs at the discretion of
the TRAWING commander/Commanding officer. This flight
is not considered part of the basic instructor
qualification syllabus or advanced qualification.