28 June 2001
1. Because of the linked and hierarchical nature of the cockpit
charts, any changes in one area must be carefully coordinated and the
impacts on other charts considered. In order to assure this
coordination, the following steps will be used.
Change is identified at TRAWING or below level.
b. Change is described and its potential impacts and reasons for
change are forwarded to CFT-2/CNATRA.
c. CFT-2/CNATRA will review the change, coordinating with other
CFTs as needed, and may approve or disapprove or forward to the NAPT
for its review. Changes impacting other CFTs should be forwarded for
(1) CFT-2/CNATRA will advise the originator of the action.
(2) If approved, CFT-2/CNATRA will advise other TRAWINGs that
may be impacted by the change so that their charts may be changed if
d. When forwarded, the NAPT will review the proposal and either
approve or disapprove.
(1) NAPT will advise CFT-2/CNATRA of the action taken.
(2) If approved, NAPT will advise other CFTs and NAPPI members
so that any required changes may be made in cockpit charts.
(3) CFT-2/CNATRA will proceed IAW paragraph 1c(1) and 1c(2)
e. The approved change is implemented as a change to this
2. The coordination and impact analysis that is required when
changing the cockpit charts should be accomplished using these steps.
The intent is to keep the approval/disapproval level at the lowest
empowered level. Therefore, if a squadron identifies a need to change
one of its charts and that change will have no impact above the Wing
level, then that approval or disapproval rests with the Wing
3. The linkage analysis discussed earlier is an excellent aid in
determining the level of approval required and considering whether a
particular modification to a cockpit chart will impact above or below