22 April 2004
a. Flights should be flown as local events, but may be
flown as out-and-in or cross-country events based on squadron
b. Students shall prepare and have available a DD 175 and
c. Students should plan to fly a minimum of two instrument
approaches per flight.
d. Night Contact flight (C4101) shall be accomplished prior
to any night instrument flights (I40XX).
Special Syllabus Requirements.
High/Low chart symbology, lost communication procedures,
emergency engine shutdown, abort, procedure turn approaches.
Special use airspace, engine failure immediately after
takeoff, engine failure during flight, missed
Immediate airstart (PMU NORM), uncommanded propeller feather,
VOR approach, departure procedure versus radar vectors.
Base ops planning (AP-1, NOTAMs, weather minimums for
takeoff, approach, alternate), CTAF usage, ejection.
Any EP, class A operations, terminal change notice (TCN), use
of FSS/PMSV (in-flight change of flight plan, activate flight
plans, update weather).