INTERMEDIATE FLIGHT PREPARATION WORKBOOK
Low-levels will be annotated in the Remarks section as follows:
VR1020 E2315 X2345
5. A void time is required for any stopover flight plan and any flight plan that has an enroute
terminal delay. The IFR popup point after a delay is listed under Point of Departure.
6. Fuel on board is 4+00 for Visual Navigation flights and the check ride and 4+45 for
Instrument Navigation flights.
The crew will be listed in the available rows with the Mission Commander designated as
MC to the left of his name. IAW Standard Operating Procedures (SOP), the senior INFO/INAV
onboard is designated the Mission Commander. If there is an observer on the flight the
designation is OBS.
Students will brief I5202-I5204, N5202-N5203, and N5290 flights. Required briefing items are
listed in Appendices. Review your squadron T-1A Briefing Guide for specific brief items.
Departure Brief (TCAS):
The Departure Brief will be given as part of the crew brief in the Before Takeoff Checklist:
First course after takeoff.
Initial altitude restriction.
Field Brief (ERLONA):
The Field Brief should be given as part of the Descent Checklist. Always ask if the P requires
the Field Brief; he may not need it, however, it will always be given when flying into an
unfamiliar airport, such as on an out-and-in or cross-country flight.
Description of runways and arresting gear.
Description of runway lighting.
T1-A FLIGHT PROFILES 2-5