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(a) Demonstrated (NG/1 Level).
Enter "No Grade
1. When the IP demonstrates the maneuver and
the student does not subsequently perform it during the sortie.
2. For solo flights, where an IP cannot observe
individual graded items.
3. To indicate accomplishing SSRs for that
event. Specify complete and incomplete SSRs in the ATF's
(b) Unable (U/2 Level). Performance is unsafe or
lacks sufficient knowledge, skill, or ability. Deviations
greatly exceed CTS, significantly disrupting performance.
Corrections significantly lag deviations or aggravate the
(c) Fair (F/3 Level). Performance is safe, but with
limited proficiency. Deviations exceed CTS, detracting from
performance. Corrections noticeably lag deviations, and may not
(d) Good (G/4 Level). Characteristic performance is
within CTS. Deviations outside CTS are allowed, provided they
are brief, minor, and do not affect safety of flight.
Corrections must be appropriate and timely.
(e) Excellent (E/5 Level). Greatly surpasses CTS.
Performance is correct, efficient, and skillful. Deviations are
very minor. Corrections, if required, are initiated by the
student and are appropriate, smooth, and rapid.
(2) Solo Sorties
(a) Assign NG for performed maneuvers.
(b) Any IP may grade maneuvers observed to be either
unsafe or exceptional on the solo ATF. These grades shall count
toward overall PAS.
(3) Overall Sortie Grades. Overall sortie grades
represent the student's progression through Undergraduate
Helicopter MPTS. Grade sorties "Pass," "Marginal," or
"Unsatisfactory." Use the following definitions to characterize