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(8) Tables, figures, and photos must be professional
quality and be submitted camera ready. Sketches or snapshots are
c. Electromagnetic or electronic mail submissions are
encouraged to reduce the flow of paperwork during intermediate
steps of FTI publication. The CCC must coordinate with the
applicable CNATRA PTO for the specific media format requirements.
Likewise, SM/CMs must consult and coordinate with their CCCs.
CNATRA requires all draft FTIs to be submitted in Microsoft Word
6.0 (or newer) document for review. Paragraphs will not be
numbered and will be indented with two spaces. Major Titles will
immediately precede the first paragraph of a new section and will
be the only text in all caps. No stylized text will be used
anywhere within the document. Notes, lists, and text tables will
be marked as such. Figures, drawings, photos and source files
will be submitted concurrently. As custodian for all master
documents, CNATRA will retain a master copy for each document, as
well as the master electromagnetic record. A draft copy of the
master may be forwarded to the CCC upon request.
d. SM/CM will review, revise, and submit changes to the
FTI with particular emphasis placed on content, correctness, and
e. The CCC will review the proposed changes with regard to
technical, grammatical, and clerical correctness and
f. The CNATRA PTO will review the proposed changes to the
document and submit approved changes to the Flight Training
Support Center (FTSC) for inclusion in the source document.
g. The FTSC will incorporate the changes and provide an
electronic copy of the revised FTI to the PTO for final review by
the CCC and SMs. In cases where more than one TRAWING is
affected by the changes, the Training Officer for the non-CCMM
TRAWING will also receive an information copy for review.
h. The final draft copy will then be routed for signature
by the CNATRA PTO and distributed to the appropriate TRAWING(s).
603. FTI Item Description. Each item listed in the 1542 should
be addressed in the FTI. It is recommended that each item in the
FTI be written in the format shown in Figure 6.1 below.