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APPENDIX D
T-34C INSTRUMENTS
b.
In-flight analysis:
i.
Critiques and updates existing plans.
ii.
Evaluates results of previous decisions.
iii.
Informs the crew of changes to flight concept.
c.
Post-mission analysis:
i.
Critiques entire mission.
ii.
Determines area for future improvement.
D104. COMMUNICATION
Effective communication refers to the ability to clearly and accurately send and acknowledge
timely information, instructions, or commands, and provide useful feedback.
1.
Communication. It is important to ensure everybody fully understands what is being
communicated in order to:
a.
Conduct effective missions.
b.
Avoid mishaps.
c.
Pass information from one person to another.
2.
Maintain group situational awareness.
3.
Sender's Responsibilities:
a.
Communicating information clearly.
b.
Conveying information accurately, concisely, and timely.
c.
Requesting verification or feedback.
d.
Verbalizing plans.
4.
Receiver's Responsibilities:
a.
Acknowledge communication.
b.
Repeat information.
D-4 CREW RESOURCE MANAGEMENT


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