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CHAPTER ONE
BASIC INSTRUMENT PROCEDURES
100. INTRODUCTION
The importance of a proficient basic instrument scan is paramount in military aviation. Day and
night all weather capability depends on instrument flight proficiency. For this reason, Basic
Instruments (BI) is the cornerstone of the advanced syllabus. Actual and simulated flight into
Instrument Meteorological Conditions (IMC) will start with BI events and then progress to Radio
Instrument (RI) events. Later in the syllabus, section flight procedures in IMC conditions will be
introduced.
Basic Instrument events are an important part of the Naval Flight Officer's training. During the
course of flying BI events in the simulator, the student will learn to satisfactorily perform all
basic transitions from the instrument take-off to the final approach phase. BI events are intended
to improve student knowledge and performance in the following areas:
CHECKLISTS: Designed to improve student skills in the accurate and efficient completion of
aircraft checklists. During BI events, the simulator time will be broken down into two phases.
In the first phase, the student will focus on checklists and T-2 FAM procedures with the
simulator in the NFO mode. In the NFO mode, the simulator is flown by the simulator
instructor. In phase two, the simulator will be placed into the PILOT mode and the student will
fly the aircraft as a solo pilot. During phase two, the emphasis will be on instrument scan
development. Checklists and FAM procedures will not be graded during the second phase of the
simulator.
SCAN: Rapidly develop and improve student instrument scan.
AIRCRAFT KNOWLEDGE: Increase student knowledge of the T-2C aircraft through operation
of the aircraft systems.
COMMUNICATIONS: Improve student radio communication skills by the practice of local
communication procedures.
COCKPIT RESOURCES: Improve student cockpit organizational skills through management of
cockpit equipment and controls and kneeboard documents.
CREW COORDINATION: Improve integration of student tasks with pilot actions. Student will
gain an appreciation of pilot responsibilities, tasks, and workload.
UNUSUAL ATTITUDES: Develop student capability to recognize different types of unusual
attitudes as well as provide verbal instructions for correct T-2C unusual attitude recoveries.
SIMULATED FLIGHT: Enhance follow-on Emergency Procedures (EP), Radio Instrument
(RI), and Special Use Airspace simulator instruction by gaining an understanding of the
characteristics, capabilities, and limitations of the 2F101 Flight Simulator.
BASIC INSTRUMENT PROCEDURES
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