INTERMEDIATE FLIGHT PREPARATION WORKBOOK
10. Estimate time of arrival at destination prior to flight given a specified course, Flight Log,
and forecasted weather to a tolerance of: + 5 minutes of like calculations made by the
11. Update the Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA) at each navigational checkpoint and after each
Groundspeed (GS) check, given a specified course and Jet Log to a tolerance of: + 1 minute of
actual mark-on-top or mark abeam.
12. Communicate via two-way radio using standard military and FAA terminology with
appropriate agencies and aircrew during:
Arrival: in VMC or IMC conditions, day or night, in normal or emergency
conditions, given an assigned mission and route, with no errors that will preclude
13. Complete a Jet Log given a mission, FLIP, NATOPS, Dash-1, OPNAVINST 3710.7R, and
forecasted weather, in accordance with appropriate PAT pub, without error.
14. Complete a DD 175 using FLIP and Jet Log information given a mission, in accordance
with appropriate PAT pub, without error.
15. Complete applicable parts of a Naval Aircraft Flight Record (yellow sheet), without error.
Skills Development Unit
This learning unit of instruction interfaces with flights I5201 through I5204. The final
performance checks are the end-of-course examinations and the N5290.
FLIP General Planning (GP)
FLIP Area Planning (AP) 1, 1A, 1B
T-1A FLIGHT PROFILES