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T-34C INSTRUMENTS
APPENDIX D
a.
Get the attention of the receiver.
b.
State your concern.
c.
Offer a solution.
d.
Ask for feedback.
6.
Situations requiring assertiveness:
a.
Pre-flight
b.
In-flight
c.
Debrief
7.
Remember:
a.
Each aircrew member must be willing to act assertively if they are going to fulfill their
responsibility toward mission success.
b.
Use assertive statements rather than aggressive or passive behavior.
c.
It is what you do not say that can kill you!
D103. MISSION ANALYSIS
Mission analysis refers to the ability to coordinate, allocate, and monitor crew and aircraft resources.
1.
Mission analysis includes:
a.
Organizing and planning for what will occur during the mission.
b.
Monitoring the current situation.
c.
Reviewing and providing feedback of what has occurred.
2.
The three stages of mission analysis:
a.
Pre-mission analysis:
i.
Establishes mission requirements and constraints.
ii.
Specifies both long and short term plans.
iii.
Advises the crew about what to expect.
D-3
CREW RESOURCE MANAGEMENT


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