16 September 2003
18. If you are on the platform with a pickle in your hand and an aircraft in the groove and you hear someone yell
"waveoff!," you should
a. Look around, figure out who yelled, and determine if they are credible to make that call or not, and then
decide whether or not to wave off the aircraft.
b. Completely disregard the call and continue waving the aircraft based on what you see.
Wave the aircraft off immediately and talk about it afterwards as necessary.
19. A Squadron Qualified LSO who earns a Training Qualification is qualified to recover a C-2 as the walk-
aboard or walk-off LSO. T/F
It is appropriate to routinely use waveoff lights to get an aircraft to power up on touchdown. T/F
2.4 gpa, 50% boarding rate, no unsafe
c. In the NATRACOM, it is NEVER
tendencies, improving performance, safe deck
necessary to second guess a "wave off" call, no
procedures, predictability, good response to
matter who makes it.
LSO, and minimal assistance during final