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16 January 2004
(b) A flight profile tailored to training
requirements, weak areas, and continuity.
(c) The latest ATS for the stage.
(3) Briefing.
Thoroughly cover the mission's:
(a) Specific objectives.
(b) Techniques and required procedures for
accomplishing those objectives.
(c) Planned profile and contingencies.
(4) Debriefing
(a) After each sortie, the instructor shall critique
the student's performance using cause/effect analysis,
particularly with respect to the CTS.
(b) The mission's complexity and student's progress
will govern the time required for the debrief.
(c) The instructor shall provide the student with a
new ATS, and may provide a copy of the sortie's ATF.
Emergency Procedures (EP) Briefing and Training
(1) EP training builds the student's confidence in the
aircraft.  The instructor shall conduct emergency procedures
training on all aircraft sorties, either on the ground or in the
aircraft.  Correct procedural deficiencies through additional
instruction and study assignments.
(2) Incorporate emergency procedures training into
simulator sorties when practical; however, instructional block
objectives take precedence.
(3) Grade the student's overall EP knowledge and
performance under Emergency Procedures.


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