INTERMEDIATE FLIGHT PREPARATION WORKBOOK
5. Mission Planning
● Perform mission planning
● Obtains and interprets a valid Wx
required to fly the mission in
briefing/information for all flights.
● Completes DD 175 without error.
accordance with all applicable
directives and instructions.
● Completes Jet Log without error.
● Reviews FLIP documents, NOTAMs, and other
applicable flight information.
● Has all proper in-flight publications for the
● Complete aircraft/mission
● Correctly and expeditiously performs all required
specific checklists as required by
checklists in accordance with NATOPS and FTI.
● Initiates Cruise Checklist upon level off at cruise
NATOPS and FTIs.
altitude and periodically throughout the flight.
● Initiates Landing Checklist NLT slowing through
180 KIAS T-39/200 KIAS T-1 in the break, NLT
7 NM prior to TDZ on TACAN approach, +30° and
within 12 NM on GCA, same as GCA but NLT "1
dot below glideslope" on ILS.
● Visually checks all switches on C & R.
7. Radio Procedures
● Communicates via two-way
● Understands and responds to 90% of incoming
UHF/VHF radio using standard
● Makes all calls when required using standard FAA
and military terminology during ground operations,
departure, enroute, and arrival.
● Makes timely transmissions without stepping on
● Exercises communications brevity consistent with
FAA and voice communications FTI requirements.
8. NFO Responsibilities
● Accomplish required in-flight
● Makes recommendations to maintain proper aircraft
● Performs proper aircraft operations checklists IAW
FTI and NATOPS.
9. System Knowledge
● Maintain working knowledge of
● Able to describe the correct nomenclature, purpose,
NATOPS and directives.
characteristics, functions, and limitations of all
aircraft systems without error.
C-2 GRADING STANDARDS