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T-39 FLIGHT PREPARATION
STUDENT GUIDE
B-23  Recommend mission deviation or abort as appropriate for any unplanned or discrepancies
in aircraft, personnel, flight planning, weather, or other hazards to aviation IAW NATOPS and
TRAWING SIX SOP without error.
4.
INSTRUCTION AID
Overhead slides
5.
REFERENCES
T-39 NATOPS
FLIP General Planning
FLIP Area Planning 1, 1A, 1B
OPNAVINST 3710.7
6.
GENERAL
Every successful flight depends on thorough planning prior to flight. Preflight planning
includes: Flight Logs for fuel planning, DD-175's for ATC coordination, knowledge of FLIP,
NOTAMS, and forecasted weather as well as a thorough knowledge of flight procedures. This
section will cover the basic preflight planning and flight procedures for Instrument Navigation
flights as flown during ANAV-18 through 21 and the AVX-2X (Intermediate), and AN-1
through AN-2 (Advanced).
7.
FLIGHT SCHEDULE
INTERMEDIATE: The daily flight schedule assigns crews and missions for the next day.
Stereo routes will have different call signs than the DD-175 flights. Currently, stereo route
flights will use the "BUC" call sign in VT-4 and the "KATT" call sign in VT-10. Flights
requiring a DD-175 will use the "DREAD" call sign in VT-4 and the "BREVET" call sign in
VT-10. When assigned a DD-175 flight, there will be a note on the flight schedule to contact the
mission commander for the route. It is the student's responsibility to determine the forecast
weather and contact the mission commander with suggestions for a route of flight. If you cannot
contact the mission commander, tell the CDO, who will either give you directions or refer you to
an instructor who will. In the event of a DD-175 flight, the crew will meet at base operations at
the brief time; otherwise, the crew will meet in the ready room. Students should be available 30
minutes prior to scheduled brief time unless crew rest would be violated or the instructor dictates
otherwise.
ADVANCED: The daily Flight Schedule will assign the crews and missions for the next
day. All T-39 flights will have the ROKT 500-590, regardless of stereo flight or DD-175.
When assigned a DD-175 flight, you shall to contact the Mission Commander for the route
and/or destination.
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