T-45A UJPT & E2-C2 INav-10
Flight Planning (En Route)
ITEM 13 - For the RANK AND HONOR CODE block, use the Flight Plan VIP Codes in DOD FLIP General
Planning (GP), Paragraph 4-3, to indicate branch of service, highest rank/grade aboard, and honors
desired. For a stopover flight plan, enter pickup and dropoff points.
Enter the service category designator letter, the number code for highest rank/grade aboard, and the
honors code letter.
EXAMPLE: V5H: VIP, Rear Admiral, accord honors
EXAMPLE: R50: VIP, Army Major General, request nothing
Complete Section IV
Figure 11 illustrates Section IV of the DD Form 175.
Figure 11: DD-175 SECTION IV
ITEM 14 - For FUEL ON BD, enter the total time (using the hours + minutes format) that your aircraft can
stay aloft while flying the planned profile with the fuel available at initial takeoff using the procedures
recommended in NATOPS.
There is a specific method for computing Required Reserve Fuel, but there is no specific method for
computing Fuel-On-Board. This will vary according to squadron procedures and type of aircraft, as well as
planned flight altitude.
FOR GROUND SCHOOL PURPOSES ONLY, use cruise altitude fuel flow to determine the time to burn
the fuel remaining at the destination IAF and add that time to the ETE at the destination IAF.
Additional time groups will be entered in brackets to show the amount of additional flight time possible
when in-flight refueling is planned.
EXAMPLE: 2+30 [3+10]