INSTRUMENTS FLIGHT PLANNING
Unit and Home Station are the name of the Airwing to which the aircraft is attached, followed by
a slash (/) marker and the three-letter identifier of the air station where that squadron is based.
Figure 2-19 Aircraft Serial Number, Unit, and Home Station
Signature Of Approval Authority
Navy, Marine Corps, and Air Force pilots have the authority to approve their own flight plans.
Therefore, they sign the flight plan in this block.
Your pilot is listed first on the PIC line using last name and initials only. Enter his/her rank, put
"On File" for SSN, and his/her organization and location (i.e., his/her squadron and where it is
On the next line, list your status (SNFO) followed by the appropriate information.
If members of the crew differ in branch of service, this information is noted in the manner
indicated on Figure 2-20. Do not indicate if crewmembers are regular or reserve.
Figure 2-20 Different Branch of Service
Figure 2-21 is a completed flight plan.
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