9 OCTOBER 1998
Execute a TACAN point-to-point during the departure, en
route, and approach phases within four nautical miles.
Describe the appropriate VFR entry and traffic pattern
procedures during a VFR arrival, in accordance with FLIP
and local directives.
Update fuel and time estimate during instrument flight.
Evaluate observed and forecast meteorological conditions
to avoid hazards to flight.
Monitor other pilots' navigation in flight so as to
maintain desired track.
Determine wind direction and velocity from a visual
reference without error.
5. Communicate with controlling agencies, other aircraft and
within the aircraft using visual and electronic means, following
standard Navy and FAA signals and terminology. 5.1
Communicate with the following agencies: clearance
delivery, ground control, tower, departure control, Air
Traffic Control (ATC), approach control, squadron base
radio, Automatic Terminal Information Service (ATIS)
during the flight evolution given a ultra-high
frequency (UHF) radio and appropriate publication so
that 95 percent of the transmissions are initiated or
responded to; utilizing proper format, phraseology,
terminology, and brevity.
Communicate with the other pilot as required during the
flight evolution using proper format to the accuracy of:
Format, 95 percent without error; required calls, 95
percent not initiated by the instructor; altitude
warnings, 100 percent initiated by the student.
Communicate with ground crew personnel during ground
operations so as to comply with standard operating
Communicate with tactical controlling units using
standard brevity code and tactical phraseology without
Direct the other pilot and crewmen in performing
emergency procedures using the intercommunication system
(ICS) during actual or simulated emergencies without
Operate Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) system in
flight without error.