22 April 2004
(6) Minimum Student Turn-Times. One hour is required
between debriefing of a dual sortie and the brief for a follow-on
dual sortie or simulator event. This does not apply to out-and-
in or cross-country profiles. However, the instructor shall
ensure adequate debrief and brief time is allocated.
(7) Crew Day. The period from the beginning of the
student's first event or official duty of the day until the
completion of the last event of the day, including associated
debrief and paperwork. Crew day shall not exceed 12 hours.
(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.
d. Aircraft/Simulator Interchangeability. Simulator events
may be substituted in the T-6A when the CPT is unavailable for
extended periods of time.