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T-2C FAMILIARIZATION FLIGHTS
2. T-2C FAM FLIGHTS
2.1. BRIEF
2.1.1. Prior to brief, the student contacts the IP to determine route of flight and receive any
mission specific instructions. A briefing board is completed to include the following:
2.1.1.1. Type flight (FAM 1)
2.1.1.2. Aircraft call sign (RKT 204)
2.1.1.3. Instructor and student names
2.1.1.4. Brief, T/O, and land times
2.1.1.5. Route of flight (NPA 802, DD-175)
2.1.1.6. Fuel: On board, Joker, and Bingo as required
2.1.1.7. T/O distance for half flap configuration and aircraft weight of 14,000 lbs.
2.1.1.8. Landing distances for half and full flap configurations and fuel weight of 1000 and 3000
lbs.
TOLD:
Half
Full
T/O
1.9
1K
2.0
1.2
3K
2.9
2.1
2.1.1.9. Communication plan
2.1.1.10. Weather
2.1.1.11. NOTAMS
2.1.1.12. Questions of the day
2.1.2. Additionally, the student has the following available for the brief:
2.1.2.1. VT-86 T-2 Briefing Guide
2.1.2.2. T-2 model
2.1.2.3. Aviation training jacket
2.1.2.4. Two briefing cards
2.1.2.5. A completed DD-175 for the route of flight, regardless of whether it or a stereo route is
actually filed
2.1.2.6. A completed jet card and an extra copy available for the instructor
2.1.2.7. A completed T-2 Open Book NATOPS Test
2.1.3. At a minimum, the student is responsible for the following:
2.1.3.1. Familiarity with T-2 Flight Procedures and checklists, as outlined in this guide.
2.1.3.2. The emergency, instrument, safety and tactics questions of the day.
2-1


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