INSTRUMENT FLIGHT RULES WORKBOOK
21. This box is to be signed by the pilot in command. Navy/Marine Corps pilots act as their
own approving authority.
SIGNATURE OF APPROVAL AUTHORITY
Figure 4-33 Signature of Approval Authority
22. The name of the pilot in command must appear in the crew list. The names of all other
crew members and passengers will be entered in accordance with appropriate service
instructions. (OPNAVINST 3710.7 states that the crew members will be entered on the DD 175
and passengers will be listed on either the DD 175 or a separate passenger manifest.) For
formation flights, list crew members and passengers together by aircraft and indicate aircraft tail
number. If a passenger manifest is used, check the block "See Passenger Manifest."
Figure 4-34 Crew/Passenger List
Enter the organization and location identifier or name (VT2/NSE). When the crew is composed
of members from more than one branch of the military service, identify the branch.
ORGANIZATION AND LOCATION
Figure 4-35 Organization and Location
404. STOPOVER FLIGHT PLANS
Stopover flight plans are utilized by pilots whenever stops at more than one airport are intended.
In many instances, a particular destination is too distant to reach in one flight. Therefore, it is
necessary to make one or more fueling stops in order to reach the final destination airport. The
stopover flight plan enables a pilot to fill out one DD 175 at the beginning of the flight which
will cover the entire trip. Filling out a DD 175 in this manner saves the pilot the trouble of
having to file a separate flight plan at each airport. The stopover flight plan is identical to the
"single-flight" plan, with a few exceptions.
After the initial flight, each subsequent flight must include, in parenthesis after the Destination
IAF, the "Hours of Fuel on Board," "Alternate" (if required), and the "ETE to Alternate" for that
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