T-45C TS & ADV ASI-02
Why do you think that it is important for you to be able to recite, in
detail, to your instructor each maneuver to be performed?
ANSWER: Unfamiliarity with training procedures will negatively affect
your progress and overall performance. Instructors interpret your
knowledge of procedures as the measure of your commitment and
motivation to become a Naval Aviator.
IV. Lesson/event preparation and briefing 1.2.2
A. Preparation (study material)
NOTE: Briefings will be customized to each event. During early stages, the
briefings will cover general areas (preflight, departures, MOA operation,
arrivals) in addition to flight-related maneuvers. During later stages, the
briefings will focus on more precise flight-related maneuvers.
Course rules: as pertaining to a particular flight
NATOPS: emergency procedures and performance data tables
applicable to the flight
FTI: flight procedures and techniques for specific maneuvers for the flight
Briefing Guide: list of specific maneuvers for the flight
NOTE: Complete all necessary charts, maps, or flight logs prior to the brief
because time is not allowed during the brief to complete them.
Sequence of events: know the sequence of maneuvers
Communications plan: know normal comm plan and be prepared to
discuss no radio (NORDO) procedures
Weather: review current and forecast weather at field and at destination/