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					BY ORDER OF THE                                                      AIR FORCE INSTRUCTION 11-2C-5 VOLUME 1
SECRETARY OF THE AIR FORCE                                                                                              1 MARCH 2005

                                                                                                                     Flying Operations

                                                                                                       C-5 AIRCREW TRAINING




                   COMPLIANCE WITH THIS PUBLICATION IS MANDATORY


NOTICE:        This publication is available digitally on the AFDPO WWW site at:
               http://www.e-publishing.af.mil.

OPR: HQ AMC/A37TA                                                                                   Certified by: HQ USAF/XOO
       (Mr. James C. Runk, GS-13)                                                                   (Maj Gen Teresa M. Peterson)
Supersedes AFI 11-2C-5, Volume 1,                                                                                       Pages: 91
            1 January 1999                                                                                         Distribution: F

This volume implements AFPD 11-2, Aircraft Rules and Procedures, and AFPD 11-4, Aviation Service. It
establishes the aircrew training policy for the C-5 aircrews to accomplish their worldwide mobility mis­
sions safely and successfully. The use of the name or mark of any specific manufacturer, commercial
product, commodity, or service in this publication does not imply endorsement by the Air Force. This
publication applies to the Air National Guard (ANG).
The Privacy Act of 1974 affects this instruction. The Privacy Act System Number F011 AF XO A, Avia­
tion Resource Management Systems (ARMS) covers required information. The authority for maintenance
of the system is Title 37 U.S.C. 301a, Incentive Pay, Public Law 92-204, Section 715, Appropriations Act
for 1973, Public Laws 93-570, Appropriations Act for 1974, 93-294, Aviation Career Incentive Act of
1974, DoDD 7730.57, Aviation Career Incentive Act of 1974 and Required Annual Report, February 5,
1976, with Changes 1 and 2, and Executive Order 9397, Numbering System for Federal Accounts Relat-
ing to Individual Persons. Ensure that all records created as a result of processes prescribed in this publi­
cation are maintained in accordance with AFMAN 37-123, Management of Records and disposed of in
accordance with the Air Force Records Disposition Schedule (RDS) located at https://webrims.amc.af.

SUMMARY OF REVISIONS
This revision incorporates numerous changes and must be completely reviewed. Changes include:
MAF-wide standardization of Chapter 1 content, Global Ready Aircraft Commander Course, reduced
flying continuation training events, and guidance on the Mobility Pilot Development program, Avionics
Modernization Program (AMP), tactics, and night vision goggle training.

Chapter 1— GENERAL                                                                                                                       6
      1.1.    Training Objective. ....................................................................................................   6
      1.2.    Key Words Explained. ...............................................................................................       6
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      1.3.      Administration. ..........................................................................................................         6

      1.4.      Responsibilities. .........................................................................................................        6

      1.5.      Waiver Authority. ......................................................................................................           9

Figure 1.1.     Sample Waiver Request Format. ..............................................................................                      11

Table 1.1.      Unit Waivers to AFI 11-2C-5, Volume 1. ................................................................                           12

      1.6.      Use of Flying Hours. ..................................................................................................           12

      1.7.      In-Unit Training Time Limitations. ...........................................................................                    12

Table 1.2.      In-Unit Training Time Limitations. ..........................................................................                     13

      1.8.      Requalification Training. ...........................................................................................             13

      1.9.      Training Documentation. ...........................................................................................               13

      1.10. Examiner Usage. ........................................................................................................              13

      1.11.     Instructor Training and Supervision Requirements. ..................................................                              13

      1.12.     Distribution. ...............................................................................................................     14

      1.13. Interfly of Aircrews. ..................................................................................................              14

      1.14.     Aircrew Training While DNIF. .................................................................................                    14

      1.15. Aircrew Rated Management Overview. ....................................................................                               14

      1.16.     Information Management. .........................................................................................                 15

      1.17. Flight Examiner (FE) Certification. ...........................................................................                       15

      1.18.     Failure to Progress. ....................................................................................................         16

      1.19. Failure to Complete Training. ....................................................................................                    16

      1.20. Mobility Pilot Designation Codes. .............................................................................                       16


Chapter 2— INITIAL QUALIFICATION TRAINING                                                                                                         18

      2.1.      General Requirements. ...............................................................................................             18

      2.2.      Initial Qualification Training Prerequisites. ..............................................................                      18

      2.3.      Ground Training Requirements. ................................................................................                    18

      2.4.      Flying Training Requirements. ..................................................................................                  18

      2.5.      Conversion/Difference Qualification Training Requirements. ..................................                                     18

      2.6.      Multiple Qualifications. .............................................................................................            19

      2.7.      Senior Officer Qualification. .....................................................................................               19

      2.8.      Flight Surgeons. .........................................................................................................        19

      2.9.      Reports. ......................................................................................................................   19

AFI11-2C-5V1 1 MARCH 2005                                                                                                                           3



Chapter 3— MISSION QUALIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION TRAINING                                                                                        20

      3.1.      Description. ................................................................................................................      20     

      3.2.      Time Periods for Mission Certification Training. .....................................................                             20

      3.3.      Ground Training Requirements. ................................................................................                     20

Table 3.1.      Mission Certification Ground Training Requirements. ............................................                                   21

      3.4.      Flying Training Requirements ...................................................................................                   22


Chapter 4— CONTINUATION TRAINING                                                                                                                   23

      4.1.      Description. ................................................................................................................      23     

      4.2.      Aircrew Status. ...........................................................................................................        23

      4.3.      Training Levels (TL). ................................................................................................             23

      4.4.      Training Events/Tables. .............................................................................................              24

      4.5.      Continuation Training Events. ...................................................................................                  25

Table 4.1.      Ground Continuation Training Events. .....................................................................                         26

Table 4.2.      Mobility Training Requirements. .............................................................................                      27

Table 4.3.      Ancillary Training Requirements. ............................................................................                      27

Table 4.4.      Flight Surgeon Ground Continuation Training Events. ............................................                                   28

Table 4.5.      C-5 Continuation Flying Requirements. ...................................................................                          30

Table 4.6.      Flight Engineer and Loadmaster Continuation Flying Requirements. .....................                                             32

      4.6.      Proration of Training. ................................................................................................            32

Table 4.7.      Individual Availability. .............................................................................................             33    

      4.7.      Failure to Complete Training Requirements. ............................................................                            33

      4.8.      Requirements before PCS or TDY by Members on Active Flying Status. ...............                                                 35

      4.9.      Requirements before Removal from Active Flying. ..................................................                                 35

      4.10.     Requirements While in Inactive Flying Status. .........................................................                            35

      4.11.     Retraining. ..................................................................................................................     35

      4.12. Aircrews Flying in Non-USAF Aircraft or with Non-USAF Units. ..........................                                                35

      4.13. Training Period. .........................................................................................................             35


Chapter 5— UPGRADE TRAINING                                                                                                                        36

      5.1.      Description. ................................................................................................................      36     

      5.2.      Mobility Pilot Development (MPD) Program. ..........................................................                               36

      5.3.      First Pilot. ...................................................................................................................   36

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      5.4.      Global Ready Aircraft Commander Course (GRACC). ............................................                                    36

      5.5.      Aircraft Commander (AC). ........................................................................................               37

      5.6.      Aircrew Instructor Program. ......................................................................................              37

      5.7.      Flight Examiner Certification. ...................................................................................              38

      5.8.      Aerial Refueling Qualification. ..................................................................................              38

      5.9.      Tactical Training. .......................................................................................................      39

      5.10.     Avionics Modernization Program (AMP) Training. ..................................................                               40

      5.11.     Night Vision Goggle (NVG) Training. ......................................................................                      41

      5.12.     ILS PRM Certification Training. ...............................................................................                 42


Chapter 6— AIRCREW TRAINING SYSTEM (ATS)                                                                                                        43

      6.1.      Description. ................................................................................................................   43     

      6.2.      General Information. ..................................................................................................         43

      6.3.      MTL/ESD ..................................................................................................................      45

      6.4.      Air Force and ATS Contractor Interface ...................................................................                      45

      6.5.      Crew Resource Management (CRM). .......................................................................                         46

      6.6.      ATS Courses ..............................................................................................................      46

      6.7.      Pilot Continuum .........................................................................................................       47

      6.8.      FE Continuum ............................................................................................................       49

      6.9.      LM Continuum ..........................................................................................................         50

      6.10.     Continuation Training ................................................................................................          50

      6.11. Air Force Instructor Flight Training Handbook ........................................................                              51

      6.12. Scheduling .................................................................................................................        52     

      6.13. Administration ...........................................................................................................          53

      6.14. Browsing ....................................................................................................................       54

      6.15.     Courseware Changes. .................................................................................................           54

Table 6.1.      C-5 ATS Courses. .....................................................................................................          55    

Table 6.2.      C-5 ATS Pilot Course Summary. (Before 1 Oct 04) ................................................                                57

Table 6.3.      C-5 ATS Pilot Course Summary. (After 1 Oct 04) ...................................................                              58

Table 6.4.      C-5 ATS Flight Engineer Course Summary. ............................................................                            59

Table 6.5.      C-5 ATS Loadmaster Course Summary. ..................................................................                           59

AFI11-2C-5V1 1 MARCH 2005	                                                                                                                        5



Chapter 7— ARMS IDENTIFIERS AND COURSE DESCRIPTIONS	                                                                                             60

      7.1.       Description. ................................................................................................................   60    

      7.2.       Academic Training Identifiers. ..................................................................................               60

      7.3.       Ground (G) Training Events. .....................................................................................               60

Table 7.1.       Tactics Course Requirements. ..................................................................................                 63

      7.4.	      Life Support Training Events. ...................................................................................               67

      7.5.	      Mission-Specific (M) Training Events: .....................................................................                     69

      7.6.	      Night Vision Goggle (NVG) Training Events: Only required 

                 for NVG Qualified Aircrews .....................................................................................                71

      7.7.	      Crew and Individual Proficiency (P) Training Events: .............................................                              71

      7.8.	      Air Refueling (R) Training Events ............................................................................                  74

      7.9.	      Tactical (RS) Training Events. ..................................................................................               74

      7.10.	 Health (H) Training Events. .......................................................................................                 74

      7.11.	 Forms. ........................................................................................................................     75


Attachment 1— GLOSSARY OF SUPPORTING INFORMATION 	                                                                                               77


Attachment 2— AIRCREW TRAINING DOCUMENTATION 	                                                                                                   84

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                                               Chapter 1

                                              GENERAL

1.1. Training Objective. This volume prescribes basic policy and guidance for training United States
Air Force C-5 aircrews according to AFI 11-202, Volume 1, Aircrew Training. The overall training objec­
tive of the aircrew training program is to develop and maintain a high state of mission readiness for the
immediate and effective employment in exercises, peacekeeping operations, contingencies, and war. The
secondary objective is to standardize C-5 training requirements into a single document to meet require­
ments for a basic document in AFPD 11-2, Aircraft Rules and Procedures.
    1.1.1. If a conflict is identified for a training requirement, comply with the requirement of this AFI
    and notify the OPR (see paragraph 1.3.1.).

1.2. Key Words Explained.
    1.2.1. “Will” and “shall” indicate a mandatory requirement.
    1.2.2. “Should” is normally used to indicate a preferred, but not mandatory, method of accomplish­
    ment.
    1.2.3. “May” indicates an acceptable or suggested means of accomplishment.
    1.2.4. “Note” indicates operating procedures, techniques, etc., which are considered essential to
    emphasize.

1.3. Administration.
    1.3.1. Recommendation for Change. Submit suggested improvements to this instruction on AF Form
    847, Recommendation for Change of Publication, through MAJCOM channels to HQ AMC/A37T
    according to AFI 11-215, Flight Manual Program (FMP). Send proposals for amending existing
    course prerequisites or recommendations to change or delete obsolete courseware through the appro­
    priate MAJCOM training staff to the OPR. The OPR address is HQ AMC/A37T, 402 Scott Drive,
    Unit 3A1, Scott AFB, IL, 62225-5302.
    1.3.2. Supplements. This AFI is a basic directive. Each MAJCOM or operational theater may supple­
    ment this AFI. MAJCOM supplements may be more, but not less restrictive than this instruction.
    MAJCOM may set training requirements lower than specified in this instruction when the statement
    “or as specified in MAJCOM supplement” is indicated as applicable to that item or event. MAJCOM
    supplements must be coordinated/approved by HQ AMC/A37T and HQ USAF/XOOT according to
    AFPD 11-2, Aircraft Rules and Procedures, and AFI 11-202 Volume 1, before publication. Send one
    copy to HQ AMC/A37T and one copy to HQ USAF/XOOT. For purposes of this instruction, ANG
    will be considered a MAJCOM.

1.4. Responsibilities. AFI 11-202, Volume 1 outlines responsibilities for aircrew training.
    1.4.1. Lead Command. Air Mobility Command (AMC) is designated lead command for the C-5 Mis­
    sion Design Series (MDS) airlift aircraft according to AFPD 10-9, Lead Operating Command Weapon
    Systems Management, AFPD 11-2 and AFPD 10-21, Air Mobility Lead Command Roles and Respon-
    sibilities. Lead command is responsible for establishing and standardizing aircrew flying training
    requirements in coordination with user commands. HQ AMC/A3 delegates HQ AMC/A37T the
AFI11-2C-5V1 1 MARCH 2005                                                                              7


  authority to manage all training course requirements, training tasks, and Aircrew Training Systems
  (ATS). AMC/A37T is the OPR for this AFI.
     1.4.1.1. AMC/A37T in coordination with training and user commands approves continuation
     training requirements and locally taught upgrade courses.
     1.4.1.2. Realistic Training Review Board (RTRB) (formerly the Command Curriculum Review
     Workshop (CCRW)). HQ AMC/A37T will host a RTRB biennially, or more frequently, as
     required. The RTRB will review the appropriate training programs for currency, applicability,
     compliance, and effectiveness. Attendees should include training representatives from the C-5
     community including: HQ AMC/A37T/A37V, Air Mobility Warfare Center (AMWC)/WCOX,
     AETC, AFRC, ANG, curriculum developers, formal schools, selected unit representatives, and
     aircrew training system (ATS) instructors or staff, as applicable.
     1.4.1.3. AMC/A37T Detachment 2 AMCAOS/DOU.
         1.4.1.3.1. Det 2 AMCAOS personnel will conduct an annual Simulator Certification (SIM-
         CERT) on all C-5 aircrew training devices (ATD) (semiannual for Level C+ certified simula­
         tors) according to AFI 36-2251, Management of Air Force Training Systems, or when
         necessary, e.g., ATD modification, configuration change, etc. SIMCERT includes objective
         and subjective testing, inventory inspection, Quality Assurance Issues (QAI), and contract
         compliance evaluation.
            1.4.1.3.1.1. The host unit receives a 45-day advance notice of a SIMCERT. A short-notice
            SIMCERT is available with verbal coordination between host unit, Det 2, HQ AMC/
            A37TA, ATS contractor, and the ATS contract management team. Report SIMCERT
            results to HQ AMC/A37T, the ATS contract management team, and AETC/DOF (Altus
            AFB ATDs only).
            1.4.1.3.1.2. Monitoring training device utilization, availability, and ensure equipment mal­
            functions are corrected through coordination with the ATS contractor, when required.
     1.4.1.4. Det 2 AMCAOS personnel will conduct periodic Contract Compliance Evaluations
     (CCE) for C-5 ATS-supported sites IAW AMC Sup 1, AFI 36-2251, and report results to HQ
     AMC/A37TA, ATS contract management, and HQ AETC/DOZG (Altus results only). Evaluation
     personnel assess ATS contractor performance of aircrew ground training programs to include
     Computer-Based Training (CBT), simulator training, and facilities.
         1.4.1.4.1. The host unit receives 45-day advance notice of the CCE (non-interference basis)
         via notification memo or Email to the unit POC. Unit support may include the use of an
         inbrief/outbrief facility, approximately 4 hours CBT time, and access to crewmembers and
         staff to conduct limited surveys and/or solicit comments. Units should consider the CCE a
         unit-level feedback tool to monitor quality of ATS ground training.
         1.4.1.4.2. Det 2, AMCAOS will schedule Subject Matter Experts (SME) for Technical Inter­
         change Meetings (TIM) with the ATS contractor. Det 2 AMCAOS will also schedule crew­
         members (as required by the contractor) to assist in courseware development including
         Individual Tryouts (ITOs) and Small Group Tryouts (SGTOs).
  1.4.2. Training Command. AETC/DO is responsible for Formal Training Unit (FTU) syllabi and is
  the approval authority for any changes in coordination with lead and user commands according to AFI
  11-202, Volume 1. AETC/DO designates AETC/DOF to oversee FTU courses and syllabus manage­
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    ment in coordination with the ATS contractor. C-5 FTU syllabi are available at AETC bookstore:
    http://rndws018.randolph.af.mil//bookstore/c-5.htm. AETC/DOR determines FTU capacity and
    publishes the PFT IAW the HQ USAF/XOOT Flying Training CONOPS (see paragraph1.15.2.).
       1.4.2.1. AETC maintains a list of FTU courses in the Education and Training Course Announce­
       ment (ETCA). The site address is: https://etca.randolph.af.mil.
    1.4.3. User Commands.
       1.4.3.1. Recall Procedures. Notifications to recall students from a formal school must be sent
       from the student’s MAJCOM DOT (or equivalent) to 97 TRS, 19AF/DOM, and AETC/DOR.
       ANG units will notify ANG/XOT of the need to recall a student. ANG/XOT will approve/disap­
       prove request and notify training command HQ and training unit prior to recalling the student.
    1.4.4. Wing. WG/CC will ensure unit/local level agencies and facilities support aircrew ground train­
    ing programs. Host and/or co-located units will develop local agreements to consolidate aircrew train­
    ing support base-wide.
    1.4.5. Operations Groups. OG/CC (ANG equivalent) will convene a Training Review Panel (TRP) to
    be chaired by OG/CC or his designated representative. The TRP should review staff and crewmember
    management actions necessary to complete squadron flight and ground training programs. The TRP
    should be documented in a "minutes" format and should be signed by the chairman. Unit training
    offices will maintain a copy for file and progress review. Determine TRP requirements (e.g., fre­
    quency, format, etc.) in unit supplement.
       1.4.5.1. OG/CC will develop and maintain procedures with their local servicing military person­
       nel flight (MPF) for individual crewmember counseling and personnel system updates affecting
       active duty service commitment (ADSC) incurred with training specified in this AFI. See AFI
       11-202 Volume 1, AFI 36-2107, Active Duty Service Commitments (ADSC), and the ETCA for
       more information.
       1.4.5.2. OG/CC may develop additional training requirements and/or programs as necessary to
       meet unit mission requirements. Include such requirements in unit supplement.
           1.4.5.2.1. Appoint primary and alternate instructors for each non-ATS course to be taught.
           1.4.5.2.2. Publish a ground training schedule (ANG/AFRC, as required) to include date, time,
           location, instructor and designated crewmembers for each course (both ATS and non-ATS).
           Include details in unit supplement.
           1.4.5.2.3. Use MAJCOM, ATS, or unit-developed training products and/or syllabus for all
           courses, as applicable. Units will reproduce courseware as applicable.
           1.4.5.2.4. Develop a procedure to monitor the academic training program for course content,
           currency of materials, instructor availability, and status of training aids. Recommend to the
           commander changes to existing courses or additional academic training courses required,
           based on crewmember feedback.
           1.4.5.2.5. Send recommendations for changes, additions, and deletions of courses through
           appropriate channels to appropriate MAJCOM with an information copy to HQ AMC/A37T.
    1.4.6. Squadrons.
AFI11-2C-5V1 1 MARCH 2005                                                                               9


      1.4.6.1. Sq/CC will ensure crewmembers complete in-unit mission, ground, and continuation
      training programs. Failure to reasonably progress may require action for removal.
      1.4.6.2. Before each semi-annual training period, Sq/CC, or designated representative, will assign
      in writing Flying Training Levels (FTL) and Ground Training Levels (GTL) to assigned and
      attached crewmembers (see Chapter 4). Base TL assignments on experience and aircraft profi­
      ciency. The newly assigned training levels should be documented and signed by the Sq/CC with
      copies maintained by unit training offices.
      1.4.6.3. Sq/CC (or designated representative) will ensure supervisors complete formal school
      post-graduate surveys on the AETC web-based Graduate Evaluation system.
      1.4.6.4. Sq/CC will ensure adequate training continuity and supervision of assigned and attached
      crewmembers. This includes ensuring timely and proper reviews of AF Forms 4022 as specified in
      Attachment 2. Unit commanders may assign additional requirements based on individual crew­
      member’s experience and proficiency.
      1.4.6.5. Sq/CC will review training and evaluation records of newly assigned or attached crew­
      members and those completing formal training IAW Attachment 2 to determine the necessary
      training required to complete/certify the individual as Basic Aircraft Qualified (BAQ), Basic Mis­
      sion Capable (BMC), or Mission Ready (MR).
      1.4.6.6. Sq/CC will coordinate with the operations group in developing training programs.
      1.4.6.7. Sq/CC or designated representative will review qualifications and monitor training
      requirements for attached flight surgeons (FS) and advise SQ/CC of additional training needs.
      1.4.6.8. SqCC will execute unit-level aircrew certifications described in this instruction.
      1.4.6.9. Sq/CC will ensure flight commanders or designated squadron representatives monitor
      quality of training being accomplished, and identify training deficiencies and additional training
      needs. The AF Form 4022 and TRP minutes should be used to help monitor and document this
      process.
      1.4.6.10. Sq/CCs will ensure students scheduled for FTU courses read and comply with course
      prerequisites listed in the ETCA.
   1.4.7. FTU ATS Contractor. The C-5 Aircrew Training System (ATS) contractor is responsible for
   academic and ATD instruction at both the FTU at Altus AFB and unit-level continuation training
   events or specialized training at all USAF C-5 training sites. This responsibility includes developing,
   updating, and publishing courseware and the FTU syllabi in accordance with the ATS contract.
   1.4.8. FTU, Non-ATS. See requirements in AFI 11-202, Volume 1.

1.5. Waiver Authority.
   1.5.1. Do not deviate from the policies and requirements in this instruction. Report deviations or
   exceptions without waiver through channels to MAJCOM/DOT (or equivalent) who, in turn, should
   notify the OPR (lead command) for follow-on action, if necessary.
   1.5.2. Unless specified in this instruction, AMC/A3 or AMC/A3 designated representative, MAJ-
   COM/DO, (or equivalent level) is the designated waiver authority for specific aircrew training
   requirements in this instruction that are not governed by AFI 11-202, Volume 1. Units requesting
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     waivers for in-unit qualification (secondary method), mission qualification, or aircrew member
     upgrade will send requests through channels to the appropriate approving authority. EXCEPTION:
     The OG/CC is the approval authority for completing air refueling qualification using the secondary
     method.
     1.5.3. OG/CC is designated waiver authority for minimum flying hour requirements for entry into
     formal upgrade courses. All waivers must be approved before the crewmember attends formal train­
     ing. The unit will file a copy of all waivers in the trainee’s Flight Evaluation Folder (FEF). The trainee
     will hand-carry a copy to the formal course.
     1.5.4. HQ AETC/DO designates HQ AETC/DOF (19 AF/DO) as waiver authority for AETC flying
     training syllabus and FTU prerequisites specified in the ETCA (see paragraph 1.5.3. and paragraph
     1.5.5. for exceptions). All requests for a syllabus waiver must include supporting rationale. User com­
     mand training staff should submit prerequisite waiver requests direct to HQ AETC/DOF. All waivers
     must be approved before the crewmember departs for formal training. The unit will file a copy of all
     waivers in the trainee’s Flight Evaluation Folder (FEF). The trainee will hand-carry a copy to the
     FTU.
        1.5.4.1. FTU Training. The FTU OG/CC is the designated waiver authority for completion of spe­
        cific FTU events with the concurrence of the gaining unit's OG/CC.
            1.5.4.1.1. If required for a squadron’s designated mission, accomplish events waived at the
            FTU in-unit before assigning mission-ready (MR) status.
     1.5.5. MAJCOM/DOT (or equivalent) is the approval/waiver authority for in-unit training in coordi­
     nation with AETC/DOF and AMC/A37T. Before approval, review the appropriate syllabus and con­
     sider availability of ATS formal instruction and ATD requirements.
     1.5.6. Senior Officer Course (SOC) syllabus waiver authority is AETC/DO with concurrence of the
     gaining MAJCOM/DO.
     1.5.7. Continuation Training. The OG/CC (or equivalent) is the designated waiver authority for
     ground or flying continuation training requirements in Chapter 4 without an identified currency
     period.
     1.5.8. Waiver Format. For AMC waivers, use on-line waiver request service on AMC/A37T website
     https://private.amc.af.mil/a3/a37t/dot/waivers. If necessary, submit a written request through OG/
     CC or equivalent using the format in Figure 1.1. to the appropriate MAJCOM OPR. Asterisked (*)
     items are required for processing. Place copies of all flying and ground training waivers (including
     training time extensions) in the individual's training folder. OG/CC or designated unit agency will
     maintain a permanent record of approved waivers. Retain unit file copies through the appropriate
     ASEV cycle.
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Figure 1.1. Sample Waiver Request Format. 



MEMORANDUM FOR (Waiver Authority) 

FROM: (Requester)

SUBJECT: Waiver Request – (Individual), (Type of Waiver) 

1.	 *Name, grade.
2.	 *Flying organization (assigned or attached).
3.	 *Present qualification (include special qualifications/certifications if appropriate).
4.	 *Total flying time: primary aircraft inventory (PAI) time (include instructor or evaluator time).
5.	 *Specific nature of waiver request e.g., cites requirement and requested deviation.
6.	 *Rationale or justification for waiver request.
7.	 Previous attendance at any formal instructor course (include course identifier and graduation
    date).
8.	 Training start date.
9.	 If waiver request for time limit, specify mandatory upgrade or qualification date.
10. Date event last accomplished and normal eligibility period.
11. Remarks (include FTU courseware that is required if the waiver request is approved) (e.g. local
    training).
12. *Unit points of contact (name, rank, telephone number, office symbol, and email address).


                                                                (Signature of Requester)
                                                                        (Title)
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Table 1.1. Unit Waivers to AFI 11-2C-5, Volume 1.
If waiver is                                              Approval or              With information
requested by:                                             disapproval will be      copies to:
                     Send waiver request to:
                                                          sent to:
Active Duty          OG/CC to HQ AMC/A37TA                        OG/CC             HQ AETC/DOFM if
AMC Wing or                                                                        applicable to formal
Group                                                                              training
97 AMW               Unit training office through 19             97 AMW            HQ AMC/A37TA
                     AF/DO to HQ AETC/DOF
AFRC Unit            HQ AFRC/DOTA                               AFRC Unit          HQ AMC/A37TA
ANG Unit             ANG/XOT                                    ANG Unit           HQ AMC/A37TA

NOTE: For formal training waiver requests (except those included in paragraphs 1.5.3. and 1.5.4.1.),
units will submit requests through above MAJCOM channels. MAJCOMs will in turn submit requests to
HQ AETC/DOF for approval.

1.6. Use of Flying Hours.
     1.6.1. Structure unit flying training missions to achieve optimum training. Any by-product airlift
     opportunity resulting from training must not degrade the intended training and will comply with appli­
     cable Department of Defense (DOD) Regulation 4515.13-R, Air Transportation Eligibility, AFI
     11-401, Aviation Management and AFI 11-202 Volume 1, Aircrew Training.
        1.6.1.1. It is essential that all personnel at all levels prevent the misuse of air mobility resources
        when planning and executing local or off-station training missions.
        1.6.1.2. See AFI 11-2C-5, Volume 3, C-5 Operations Procedures, for off-station training flight
        requirements.
     1.6.2. Training on Operational Missions. Unless specifically prohibited or restricted by weapon sys­
     tem operating procedures or specific theater operations order (OPORD), the OG/CC exercising oper­
     ational control may approve upgrade, qualification, or special qualification training on operational
     missions. Commanders will ensure the training will not impact mission effectiveness and that the
     crewmember receiving training is under the supervision of an instructor of like specialty. See passen­
     ger-carrying restrictions in AFI 11-401, Aviation Management, and AFI 11-2C-5, Volume 3.

1.7. In-Unit Training Time Limitations. Comply with the time limitations in Table 1.2. Crewmembers
entered in an in-unit training program leading to qualification, requalification, or certification should be
dedicated to that program on a full-time basis.
     1.7.1. Training time starts with the first significant training event (a training event directly contribut­
     ing to qualification, certification, or upgrade),e.g., CBT lesson, Part Task Trainer (PTT), or Weapon
     System Trainer (WST), ground training, flight, etc.; or 45-days (90-days ANG/AFRC) after being
     attached or assigned to the unit after completion of the FTU course, whichever occurs first (or as spec­
     ified in MAJCOM supplement). Training time ends with the start of the qualification evaluation.
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Table 1.2. In-Unit Training Time Limitations. 

Training                                                     Time Limit
Initial Qualification                                        90-days (Note 1)
Re-qualification                                             90-days (Note 1)
Mission Certification. Includes in-unit training leading to
                                                            90-days (Note 1, 2)
MR status following initial, or requalification training.
Upgrade Qualification including Certification                90-days (Note 1, 3)
Instructor Upgrade                                           60-days (Note 1)

NOTES:
     1.	 180-days for ANG/AFRC.
       2.	 120-days for FAIP/OSA pilots, 180-days for loadmasters (240-days for ANG/AFRC), and
           30-days for 2nd FEs.
       3.	 360-days for First FE (720-days for ANG/AFRC).
   1.7.2. Units will notify the appropriate MAJCOM/DOT in writing or via AMC/A37T web site (active
   duty AMC) before crewmembers exceed upgrade training time limits in Table 1.2.
       1.7.2.1. Use the waiver request format specified in paragraph 1.5.9. Include training difficulty,
       unit corrective action to resolve and prevent recurrence, and estimated completion date.
       1.7.2.2. Sq/CC may extend training time up to 60 days. Document the extension in the student’s
       training folder. Subsequent extensions require MAJCOM/DOT approval.

1.8. Requalification Training. AFI 11-202, Volume 1 specifies requalification training limits and
requirements.

1.9. Training Documentation. See Attachment 2.

1.10. Examiner Usage. Use flight examiners for any phase of training to capitalize on their expertise and
experience. Units may use flight examiners as instructors for qualification and upgrade training. If an
evaluator is used as a primary instructor to train an individual, the same evaluator should not administer
the associated evaluation.

1.11. Instructor Training and Supervision Requirements.
   1.11.1. All instructors should be MR (wing-level and below).
   1.11.2. The following personnel must be under the supervision of an instructor when performing air­
   crew duties (unless otherwise exempted in applicable volumes):
       1.11.2.1. All noncurrent aircrew members. (See paragraph 4.7.1.1.. for exceptions)
       1.11.2.2. Any other personnel designated by the wing, operations group, or squadron commander.
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     1.11.3. For unqualified and FTL E crewmembers an instructor must be at a set of controls during crit­
     ical phases of flight. For non-current crewmembers, direct instructor supervision (access to a set of
     controls) is required while performing the non-current event.

1.12. Distribution. Units will establish hard copy distribution requirements for this AFI.

1.13. Interfly of Aircrews.
     1.13.1. A crewmember qualified in the same Mission-Design Series (MDS) according to AFI 11-202
     Volume 2 will be considered qualified in that equipment throughout the force when used for the same
     mission. For intercommand transfers and exchange officers, instructor training and qualifications may
     be accepted at the discretion of the gaining unit commander. Certified/qualified MR crewmembers
     transferring between units accomplish only unit specific training and any applicable events in which
     they have lost currency. See AFI 11-2C-5, Volume 3, Interfly, for additional information.
     1.13.2. Crewmembers whose status is “duty not involving flying” (DNIF) may log ground training
     events (including simulator) if the crewmember's physical condition allows it. Consult the flight sur­
     geon signing the AF Form 1042, Medical Recommendation for Flying or Special Operational
     Duty, placing the crewmember in a DNIF status if the crewmember’s ability to complete training is in
     question.
     1.13.3. Crewmembers performing extended alert duty (more than 72-hours) may accomplish ground
     training that does not degrade required response time or mission accomplishment. Specify require­
     ments and or restriction in MAJCOM supplement and unit supplement.

1.14. Aircrew Training While DNIF. Crewmembers whose status is "duty not involving flying” (DNIF)
may log ground training events, including simulator training, if the member's physical condition allows it.
Consult the flight surgeon initiating AF Form 1042 if the DNIF status includes ground training limita­
tions.

1.15. Aircrew Rated Management Overview.
     1.15.1. Program Requirements Document (PRD). According to AFI 11-412, Aircrew Management,
     USAF/XOOT projects C-5 long-range training requirements annually in a process called the PRD.
     Lead and user commands contribute to the PRD, which becomes a key long-range planning tool for
     training requirements.
     1.15.2. Programmed Flying Training (PFT). AETC/DOR manages the training command’s role in the
     HQ USAF/XOOT Flying Training CONOPS. A key product of this process is the PFT. The PFT bal­
     ances available training quotas, FTU capacity, and course requirements on a fiscal year basis. Annu­
     ally, units will send projected PFT requirements to their respective MAJCOM training staff which will
     forward projections to HQ USAF/XOOT.
        1.15.2.1. HQ USAF/XOOT sponsors an annual PFT conference to balance pipeline production
        requirements and MAJCOM training requests against FTU capacity. AETC/DOR allocates quotas
        to lead and user commands who, in turn, allocate training quotas to each unit. HQ AETC/DOR
        publishes the annual PFT quota workbook on website: https://www.aetc.af.mil/do/dor/down-
        load/pft.htm.
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       1.15.2.2. Throughout the training year, MAJCOM training staffs and AETC PFT managers use
       assigned/allocated training quotas to assign individual crewmembers into the C-5 formal school.
       Daily student quota adjustments to the annual PFT are made on quota management documents.
       HQ AETC/DOR will publish the quota management documents on www site: https://
       www.aetc.af.mil/do/dor/download/quotas.htm.

1.16. Information Management. Aircrew training information is available on a series of commercial
and military-only web sites.
   1.16.1. HQ AMC Aircrew Training Division (HQ AMC/A37T) includes short-notice non-ATS train­
   ing courses (e.g., FM Immunity, VFR Training, etc); Aircrew Training Device (ATD) status (Orange
   Book), Host Nation Agreement (HNA), workbooks (e.g., GRACC), etc. The site address is: https://
   private.amc.af.mil/a3/a37t/dot/dot.cfm.
   1.16.2. HQ AMC/A37T web site hosts a MAF electronic database containing each MDS-Specific
   Volume 1 training event identifiers, course descriptions, OPR, etc. The site address is: https://pri-
   vate.amc.af.mil/a3/a37t/dot/dot.cfm.
   1.16.3. HQ AMC/A37TA web site contains specific information, links and other features covering the
   overall C-5 training programs. The site address: https://private.amc.af.mil/a3/a37t/dot/dota/
   dota_main.cfm.
   1.16.4. HQ AMC/A37TR web site contains details on simulator status, trends, and background docu­
   ments for ongoing simulator modification programs. The site address: https://private.amc.af.mil/a3/
   a37t/dot/dotr/DOTR_main.cfm.
   1.16.5. HQ AMC/A37TI web site contains ASEV inspection guides, FCIF, and other features cover­
   ing the overall C-5 standardization/evaluation program. The web site address is: https://pri-
   vate.amc.af.mil/a3/a37t/dot/doti/doti_main.cfm.
   1.16.6. The ATS contractor maintains a web site containing C-5 training information. Use site
   address: http://www.c5altus.com/.
   1.16.7. AFRC/DOT web sit contains specific information, links, waiver, and other features. The site
   address is: https://wwwmil.afrc.af.mil/hq/do/dot/.
   1.16.8. HQ AETC/DOF web site contains the USAF Education and Training Course Announcements
   (ETCA) at: https://etca.randolph.af.mil. C-5 formal school (Altus AFB) syllabi are available at
   AETC site: http://trss3.randolph.af.mil//bookstore/C-5.htm.
   1.16.9. AF/XOOTT web site contains links on MAF training and CRM. The site address is: https://
   www.xo.hq.af.mil/xoo/xoot/xoott/xoott.htm.
   1.16.10. Air Force Portal. Available to all Air Force members and serves as a single access point to
   multiple databases; located at https://www.my.af.mil.

1.17. Flight Examiner (FE) Certification. See AFI 11-2C-5 Volume 2. New evaluator candidates will
complete the appropriate ATS flight examiner course before certification. Sq/CC may elect not to use the
ATS course if the candidate was previously certified or the candidate demonstrates satisfactory evaluation
skills.
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1.18. Failure to Progress. If a student fails to progress according to syllabus requirements, the command
accomplishing the training will conduct a Progress Review (PR) (See AFI 11-202, Volume 1, AETCI
36-2205, and applicable course syllabus). The PR can recommend continuation in training or AFI 11-402,
Aviation and Parachutist Service, Aeronautical Ratings and Badges, action, e.g., an Aircrew Evaluation
Board (AEB), to the individual’s unit commander. Training command will notify AMCAOS (for fol­
low-on action, if necessary) and the student’s gaining unit of PR action. The ATS contractor will identify
students who fail to progress according to the ATS contract (see Chapter 6.)

1.19. Failure to Complete Training. If a crewmember fails to complete a formal course for reasons
other than those described in paragraph 1.18., the FTU will send a recommendation to the individual’s
unit. The recommendation will state whether he or she should complete training in-unit, return to the FTU
to complete training, or be referred to the AF personnel system for reassignment.

1.20. Mobility Pilot Designation Codes. AFI 11-401, Aviation Management, defines pilot codes. For
standardization, use the following:
     1.20.1. FP = “Flight Qualified Pilot.” This designation (As a 2 digit code) will remain active during
     the "transition period" for first pilots, (will be phased out).
     1.20.2. Beginning 1 Oct 04, the Pilot Initial Qualification (PIQ) course will replace copilot and air­
     craft commander training courses over a 3-year transition period. During the transition, copilots who
     graduated from the FTU before 1 Oct 04 will continue to upgrade to aircraft commander as described
     in Chapter 5.
        1.20.2.1. FPN - Flight Qualified Pilot - Non-mission ready (MPD Graduate in Local MR Train­
        ing).
        1.20.2.2. FPQ - Qualified “MR” MPD Pilot.
        1.20.2.3. FPL - Qualified “MR” Direct Left Seat, Crossflow, OSA, or FAIP Graduate.
        1.20.2.4. FPR - Ready For AC Certification (Training Complete).
        1.20.2.5. MP – Fully certified/qualified Aircraft Commander.
        1.20.2.6. MPN - Aircraft Commander - Non-mission Ready.
     1.20.3. Application:
        1.20.3.1. Upon completion of MPD pilot initial qualification (PIQ) training, newly assigned pilots
        will earn the ARMs qualification, FP. They will then progress through a series of standardized 3rd
        character qualification codes.
        1.20.3.2. FP - Flight Qualified Pilot (3rd Letter designators will distinguish the status of MPD
        graduates).
        1.20.3.3. FPN - MPD graduate currently in local MR training (NMR).
        1.20.3.4. FPQ - Qualified "MR" MPD pilot—Can fly as on any mission with an AC or IP.
        1.20.3.5. FPL - Qualified, direct left seat Phoenix Reach Crossflow Pilot, OSA, FAIP graduate,
        before to completing Mission Certification Training (MCT).
        1.20.3.6. MP - Certified Aircraft Commander.
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       1.20.3.7. MPN - Certified Aircraft Commander (Non-Mission Ready).
NOTE: The third digit "N" (i.e. MPN) signifies the MP will be NMR for an extended period of time
(greater than a month). Do not use for short duration, NMR status due to DNIF or short-term currency
deficiencies.
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                                                 Chapter 2

                               INITIAL QUALIFICATION TRAINING

2.1. General Requirements. AFI 11-202, Volume 1, defines initial qualification training. This chapter
specifies minimum training requirements for initial qualification, requalification, conversion/difference
qualification, and senior officer courses. The primary method of aircrew qualification is to complete the
appropriate formal training listed in the ETCA. When attendance is not practical or quotas are not avail­
able, units will request waivers to conduct in-unit qualification training using appropriate ATS courseware
(see paragraph 1.5.).

2.2. Initial Qualification Training Prerequisites. Complete initial qualification in accordance with AFI
11-202, Volume 1 and the ETCA.

2.3. Ground Training Requirements. Complete ground training requirements for initial qualification in
accordance with AFI 11-202, Volume 1 and this instruction.

2.4. Flying Training Requirements. Complete flying training requirements for initial qualification in
accordance with AFI 11-202, Volume 1 and this instruction.

2.5. Conversion/Difference Qualification Training Requirements. When possible, qualified person­
nel in other units will provide the initial cadre. In some instances it will be necessary for units to form an
initial cadre of aircrew personnel for whom certain training qualification requirements may be waived.
The following conditions will apply to management of initial cadre aircrew qualification:
     2.5.1. MAJCOM, in-coordination with lead and training command, will develop a training plan for
     unit conversions. The plan should include provisions to form a nucleus of crewmembers to include
     instructors and flight examiners (initial cadre).
        2.5.1.1. Initial cadre will not be designated in a crew position higher than currently held, e.g., C-5
        mission pilot (MP) to C-17 evaluator pilot (EP), unless previously qualified in the conversion air­
        craft.
     2.5.2. In-unit Differences Training. When a formal differences course is not available, units will
     develop a program and include details in the unit supplement to this AFI.
        2.5.2.1. Units with unique model aircraft or missions will develop and maintain in-unit differ­
        ences training programs for assigned/attached crewmembers. Use the appropriate ARMS events
        and include in unit supplement.
        2.5.2.2. Accomplish Q002, Closed Book Examination (Difference) and Emergency Procedures
        Evaluation (EPE) according to AFI 11-2C-5, Volume 2 before unsupervised flight when emer­
        gency procedures are unique or different from the crewmember’s initial aircraft qualification.
        2.5.2.3. Q014, Difference Certification. Sq/CC will complete crewmember certification when dif­
        ferences training is complete and an evaluation is not required. Complete AF Form 1381, USAF
        Certification of Aircrew Training, according to AFI 11-202, Volume 2, Aircrew Standardization/
        Evaluation Program.
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2.6. Multiple Qualifications. Aircrew members will attend a formal initial qualification course for dual
qualification in different MDS aircraft. Crewmembers maintaining dual qualifications in different model
aircraft will, as a minimum, maintain FTL “A” currency requirements in each aircraft (N/A for senior
officers).

2.7. Senior Officer Qualification. AFI 11-202, Volume 1, paragraph 2.8, identifies senior officer quali­
fication requirements. These officers will be assigned FTL E for continuation training purposes and will
not fly in a primary crew position unsupervised (see paragraph 4.3.2.5.).
   2.7.1. After qualification IAW AFI 11-202, Volume 1, and with OG/CC approval, senior officers
   (assigned or attached) may seek training which leads to a higher FTL and/or qualification. The unit
   OSS/OST office is responsible for determining training requirements based on the senior officer’s fly­
   ing experience and familiarity with the weapons system. HQ AMC/A37T or appropriate MAJCOM/
   DOT will approve the proposed training plan prior to execution.

2.8. Flight Surgeons. AFI 11-202, Volume 1, establishes flight surgeon initial qualification require­
ments.

2.9. Reports. The ATS has a post-training feedback system that gathers information and comments from
students, supervisors, and evaluators in order to continually improve, update, and refine the ATS. Com­
manders and supervisors should promote use of this feedback system to its fullest extent.
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                                                 Chapter 3

                 MISSION QUALIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION TRAINING

3.1. Description. This chapter establishes minimum criteria and training requirements for mission certi­
fication training (MCT). All crewmembers will complete initial qualification followed by mission certifi­
cation training. Except where specifically stated, units conducting MCT may arrange mission sequence or
sequence training events as necessary to use flying training hours to effectively accomplish the unit mis­
sion. Crewmembers are not required to be MR before entry in special mission qualification, certification,
or upgrade training. Crewmembers in MCT may participate in exercises (see paragraph 1.6.2.).

3.2. Time Periods for Mission Certification Training. See Table 1.2.

3.3. Ground Training Requirements. All crewmembers will accomplish events in Table 3.1. Complete
all academic ground training events required for mission certification in the unit operational mission (not
applicable for senior officers or staff officers maintaining BAQ). Training may be accomplished concur­
rently with other training. Completion of ground training requirements in Table 3.1.. will result in a crew­
member’s being MR after approval by Sq/CC or Review and Certification (R&C) Board for Aircraft
Commander (AC) according to AFI 11-202, Volume 2.
     3.3.1. Local training and CONUS missions may be flown before completing all events, provided
     G005, G006, SS05, LL01, LL03, and G002 are accomplished.
     3.3.2. If required, complete proficiency (P) events not accomplished at FTU before declaring MR.
     3.3.3. Certified or qualified MR crewmembers transferring between units will require only unit-spe­
     cific MR training events (and events in which they may have lost currency during the change-of-sta­
     tion) and LL01.
     3.3.4. Ground training events accomplished during MCT establishes the crewmember's due dates for
     subsequent continuation training. Completion of initial combat survival training - S-V80-A, initial
     water survival training - S-V86-A or S-V90-A, and initial life support equipment training (during
     FTU) will establish the due dates (based on date first completing the course) for recurring SS02, SS03,
     SS05, SS06, G100 and G110 requirements.
     3.3.5. Upon completion of all requirements of Table 3.1. an AC Initial Qualification (ACIQ) graduate
     will be counted as a MR pilot (FPL) for SORTS and TRP purposes.
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Table 3.1. Mission Certification Ground Training Requirements. 

Code                      Training Event                      AC       P      FE     LM Notes
G002    Aircraft Marshaling Training and Exam                  X       X      X       X    1, 2, 3
G003    Flightline Security Training/Examination               X       X      X       X     2, 4
G010    Chemical Biological Warfare Training                   X       X      X       X     2, 5
G060    Tactics                                                X       X      X       X      2,5
G070    Aircrew Intelligence Training (AIT)                    X       X      X       X       5
G080    Communications Procedures                              X       X                      3
G081    L-Band SATCOM                                          X       X      X
G090    Anti-hijacking                                         X       X      X       X
G100    Laws of Armed Conflict                                 X       X      X       X
G110    Anti-Terrorism Awareness Training                      X       X      X       X
G120    ISOPREP Review                                         X       X      X       X       5
G150    Approach and Departure Procedures/TERPS                               X               5
G182    Hazardous Cargo Training                               X                      X
G280    Small Arms/Cabin Combat Arms Training                  X       X      X       X       5
LL01    Life Support Familiarization Training                  X       X      X       X       5
LL03    Emergency Egress Training –Non Ejection Seat           X       X      X       X
LL04    ACDT                                                   X       X      X       X       5
P280    ACDTQT                                                 X       X      X       X
SS01    Local Area Survival                                    X       X      X       X
SS03    Conduct After Capture                                  X       X      X       X
SS20    Combat Survival Training (CST),                        X       X      X       X
        Wartime Level C (S-V80-A)
SS32    Water Survival Training, Non-Parachuting               X       X      X       X
        (S-V90-A)
V281    GRACC Phase II                                         X                            6, 7
V282    GRACC Visit                                            X                            6, 7

NOTES:
     1.	 Pilot upgrade crewmembers are required to accomplish G002 and other applicable events in
         which they are non-current.
       2.	 Previously certified and qualified mission-ready crewmembers in a cross-flow program
           (between flying units) only need any unit specific training in these events, and any applicable
           events in which they have lost MR status.
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        3.	 FTU instructors will complete these items before certification in their unit mission.
        4.	 Required only for crewmembers who need to drive on the flightline (as determined by Sq/
            CC).
        5.	 Not required for FTU instructors.
        6.	 These events may be accomplished prior to ACQ.
        7.	 One time only requirement. Optional for ARC. Highly encouraged, but not required for ANG.

3.4. Flying Training Requirements :
     3.4.1. BAQ. Crewmembers pursuing MR status will accomplish FTL D (see Table 4.5. and Table
     4.6.) continuation training requirements. Upon completion of mission qualification training, training
     levels will be changed as appropriate and prorated from the date mission qualification status was
     gained.
     3.4.2. After arrival at duty station, crewmembers will receive a local area briefing and a supervised
     local orientation flight (not applicable for in-unit initial, requalification or upgrade training). Crew­
     members must have accomplished LL01, LL03, G005, and G006 before this flight.
     3.4.3. Familiarization Flight. Prior to mission certification, pilots will receive a duty familiarization
     flight. At the discretion of the Sq/CC, pilots qualified in one AMC aircraft who subsequently qualify
     in the C-5 or previously qualified AMC ACs (performing essentially the same mission) may be certi­
     fied without a familiarization flight. C-5 pilots will observe this mission from the jumpseat. Familiar­
     ization pilots may occupy the right seat during the cruise portion of mission provided a qualified CP
     or higher occupies the jump seat or the left seat. At the aircraft commander’s discretion, the familiar­
     ization pilot may occupy the right seat for takeoffs and landings after observing two overseas sorties.
     A familiarization flight for pilots will include:
        3.4.3.1. Participation in a unit mission (actual or training). The mission will be conducted over­
        seas and will transit one of the unit's representative routes.
        3.4.3.2. Flight planning to include consideration of terrain and obstacles.
        3.4.3.3. Forms completion and review.
        3.4.3.4. Demonstration of communications and IFF/SIF equipment and procedures.
        3.4.3.5. En route programming, operation, and use of FMS.
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                                              Chapter 4 


                                   CONTINUATION TRAINING 


4.1. Description. This chapter establishes the minimum flying and related ground continuation training
requirements. Commanders will ensure crewmembers receive sufficient continuation training to maintain
individual proficiency.

4.2. Aircrew Status. C-5 crewmembers are assigned MR, BMC, BAQ, or NMR status.
   4.2.1. Mission Ready. For Status of Resources and Training System (SORTS) reporting, operational
   tasking, and deployments, a mission-ready aircrew member is defined as one who is current, quali­
   fied, and certified in the squadron's mission (completed mission qualification training for applicable
   crew position).
   4.2.2. Basic Mission Capable. A non-mission ready crewmember assigned to MAJCOM headquar­
   ters, NAF, TACC, AMWC, a tanker airlift control element (TALCE), Air Mobility Operations Group
   (AMOG), the FTU, or a direct reporting unit who has satisfactorily completed mission qualification
   training and does not maintain MR status, but maintains familiarization in the command or unit oper­
   ational mission.
       4.2.2.1. The crewmember may maintain qualification in some aspects of the unit mission and is
       able to attain full qualification in the unit mission within 45 days.
       4.2.2.2. FTU (AETC) BMC crewmembers are certified to conduct all aspects of the AETC train­
       ing mission. AETC instructors must be qualified in the training/unit mission before performing
       instructor duties.
       4.2.2.3. BMC crewmembers may log instructor or evaluator time for the portion of the mission for
       which they are current and qualified. Otherwise, they will log FP, FF, or FL time.
   4.2.3. Basic Aircraft Qualification (BAQ). An aircrew member who has satisfactorily completed ini­
   tial qualification training and is qualified to perform aircrew duties in the unit aircraft.
   4.2.4. Non-Mission Ready (NMR). A crewmember who is noncurrent or unqualified in the aircraft,
   incomplete in required continuation training, or not certified to perform the unit mission. See
   paragraph4.7.. for specific guidance on crewmembers who are non-current or incomplete in required
   continuation training.
       4.2.4.1. ACIQ graduates, upon completion of all ground and flying training requirements in
       Chapter 3, will be designated and serve as pilots until completion of operational mission certifi­
       cation. These individuals will accomplish aircraft commander continuation training requirements.

4.3. Training Levels (TL).
   4.3.1. The Sq/CC, or designated representative, assigns crewmember TL (see paragraph 1.4.6.2.).
       4.3.1.1. NMR crewmembers assigned to MAJCOM staff, NAF, TACC, AMWC, TALCE, AMOG,
       FTU, or direct reporting unit (DRU) are categorized as BMC and assigned FTL A or E, and GTL
       4.
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        4.3.1.2. MAJCOM staff and NAF flight examiners may fly unsupervised when maintaining GTL
        1 or 2 and FTL A.
     4.3.2. Flying Training Levels (FTL).
        4.3.2.1. FTL A--Highly experienced crewmembers. This may include MR or NMR AMC head­
        quarters and TACC personnel, AETC instructors, NAF personnel, AMWC instructors, wing, OG,
        and squadron commanders, operations officers, personnel assigned to OG evaluation positions,
        and any instructors assigned primarily to staff duties. Sq/CC may assign highly experienced MR
        line crewmembers to this level. NOTE: NMR crewmembers assigned to MAJCOM headquarters,
        NAF, TACC, AMWC, TALCE, AMOGs, or a direct reporting unit are categorized as BMC and
        assigned to FTL A and GTL 4. In addition to GTL 4 requirements, if these individuals accomplish
        annual CRM training requirements, they may fly unsupervised on CONUS training missions pro­
        vided they are current and qualified. They require instructor supervision on all other missions.
        Since these crewmembers do not maintain MR status, they cannot log MP, MF, or ML time. If
        refresher simulator training requirements are not met, the individual must fly with an instructor of
        like specialty unless waived (see paragraph 4.7.).
        4.3.2.2. FTL B--Experienced, mission ready crewmembers.
        4.3.2.3. FTL C--MR crewmembers. New pilots should be assigned to FTL C. If desired, Sq/CCs
        may assign highly proficient pilots to FTL A or FTL B.
        4.3.2.4. FTL D--Basic Aircraft Qualification crewmembers. Designated primarily for individuals
        pursuing MR status after initial qualification training.
        4.3.2.5. FTL E--Basic Aircraft Qualification, non-instructor staff. May include senior officers,
        MAJCOM, NAF, and TACC individuals that are not maintaining MR or instructor status. FTL E
        requirements are insufficient for MR status. Crewmembers assigned to FTL E will fly with an
        instructor of like specialty at all times.
     4.3.3. Ground Training Levels (GTL).
        4.3.3.1. GTL 1--Highly experienced crewmembers with 10 or more years of operational flying.
        4.3.3.2. GTL 2--Experienced crewmembers with between 5 and 10 years of operational flying.
        4.3.3.3. GTL 3--Inexperienced crewmembers with less than 5 years of operational flying.
        4.3.3.4. GTL 4--NMR senior officers, staff officers, and those not required to maintain MR status.
     4.3.4. Change of FTL or GTL. Once the semiannual period begins, personnel should not be moved to
     a level requiring fewer events. EXCEPTION: BAQ crewmembers may be placed in a different FTL
     any time after attaining MR status. Prorate events upon changing training levels.

4.4. Training Events/Tables. Standardized ARMS training event identifiers and descriptions are located
in Chapter 7. Unit defined events will be designated “X” events (e.g., X020) and outlined in unit supple­
ment.
     4.4.1. Crediting Event Accomplishment. Credit events accomplished on training, operational mis­
     sions and satisfactory evaluations toward continuation training requirements and establish a subse­
     quent due date. Use date of evaluation as the date of accomplishment for all flying training currency
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   events that were trained during the formal course. NOTE: Events accomplished during upgrade train­
   ing prior to the evaluation are credited towards the requirements for the current crew position.
   4.4.2. For an unsatisfactory flight evaluation, do not log continuation training requirements for those
   events graded Q-3 until requalified.
   4.4.3. Make-up training (ground or flying) is creditable towards the new training period.
   4.4.4. Instructor training requirements and responsibilities. Instructors and flight examiners may
   credit 50 percent of their total requirements while instructing or evaluating as a pilot not flying.
   EXCEPTION: Instructor and flight examiner pilots may not credit any takeoffs or landings flown by
   another pilot.

4.5. Continuation Training Events.
   4.5.1. Ground Training Events. Crewmembers will comply with requirements of Table 4.1., Table
   4.2., and Table 4.3., as applicable.
      4.5.1.1. Attached crewmembers, i.e., NAF, MAJCOM, AMWC, etc., may accomplish ground
      training events at locations other than their units of attachment. Individuals are responsible for
      reporting accomplished training to their unit of attachment ARMS office.
      4.5.1.2. Crewmembers performing extended alert duty (more than 72 hours) may accomplish
      ground training that does not degrade required response time or mission accomplishment.
      4.5.1.3. Flight Surgeons comply with requirements of Table 4.4.
      4.5.1.4. All training events will be recorded in the Aviation Resource Management System
      (ARMS) database.
          4.5.1.4.1. Training events conducted during block training or phase training may be consoli­
          dated under one ARMS entry.
          4.5.1.4.2. Combined training events may have only one ARMS entry.
          4.5.1.4.3. All one-time events and events required upon PCS will be entered into the ARMS
          database. Do not maintain these events on the crewmembers' currency report or as specified in
          Chapter 7.
      4.5.1.5. Ground training requirements are not required for those aircrew members who will not
      remain in the command or will be assigned non-flying positions within 4 months after their due
      date.
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Table 4.1. Ground Continuation Training Events.
 Code Event                             Notes     GTL 1      GTL 2      GTL 3      GTL 4     Position
 G005 Flight Physical                     1          A          A         A          A         All
 G006 Physiological Training              1          Q          Q         Q          Q         All
 G060 Tactics                             2          A          A         A                    All
 G070 Aircrew Intelligence                2          A          A         A                    All
 G080 Communications Procedures           2          A          A         A                     P
 G130 Instrument Refresher Course                    C          C          C         C          P
      (IRC)
 G150 Approach and Departure                         T          B         A                     E
      Procedures/TERPS
 G182 Hazardous Cargo Training           2, 3        T          T          T                  AC, L
 G220 Aircraft Systems Refresher                     A          A         A          A         E, L
 G230 CRM Refresher                                  A          A         A          A         All
 G240 CRM Simulator                                  A          A         A                    P, E
 G250 Simulator Refresher                            A          A         A                    P, E
 G270 Tactics Simulator                              A          A         A                    P, E
 G280 Small Arms Training                 2          B          B          B                   All
 NV03 NVG Refresher                       4          A          A         A                    All
 LL03 Emergency Egress Training,          1          T          T          B         B         All
      Non-Ejection Seat
 LL04 Aircrew Chemical Defense            2          B          B          B                   All
      Training
 P280    ACDTQT                                      T          B         A                    All
 SS02    Combat Survival Training         2          T          T          T         T         All
 SS03    Conduct After Capture                       T          T          T                   All
 SS05    Water Survival Training          2          T          T          T                   All
 VT03 VTRAT Refresher Training            5          A          A         A                    All
     A-Annual          B-Biennial        C-Check Cycle        Q-Quinquennial           T-Triennial

NOTES:
          1.	 Mandatory grounding item on expiration date; individual will not fly until required event
              is accomplished.
          2.	 Not required for BMC crewmembers.
          3.	 Annual currency for loadmasters.
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            4. For NVG upgrade or NVG-certified crewmembers.
            5. VTRAT equipped units only.

Table 4.2. Mobility Training Requirements.
 Code Event                                                     Notes GTL 1 GTL 2 GTL 3 GTL 4 Position
 G010 C h e m -b i o l o g i c a l Wa r f a r e D e f e n s e               B       B       B                All
      Training
 G110 Force Protection                                                      T       B       A       A        All
 G120 ISOPREP Review                                                1   180     180     180       180        All
                                                                        Days    Days    Days      Days
 G280 Small Arms Training                                           1       B       B       B                All
              A-Annual                                 B-Biennial                           T-Triennial

NOTE: Not required for BMC crewmembers.

Table 4.3. Ancillary Training Requirements.
 Code Event                                                Notes GTL 1 GTL 2 GTL 3 GTL 4                  Position
 E100 Information Assurance (IA) Program                                A       A       A                   All
 G007 Flight Records Review                                     1       A       A       A         A         All
 G100 Laws of Armed Conflict                                            A       A       A         A         All
                                                        A-Annual

NOTE: Not required to maintain mission ready status, although should be accomplished when due.
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Table 4.4. Flight Surgeon Ground Continuation Training Events.
 Code                         Event                                  Frequency                   Notes
 G010 Chem-biological Warfare Defense Training                            B                         1
 G090 Anti-hijack (One-time event in primary                          One-time
      assigned aircraft)
 G100 Laws of Armed Conflict                                              A
 G110 Protection From Terrorism                                           A                         1
 G120 ISOPREP Review                                                      A
 G230 CRM (One-time event in primary assigned                         One-time
      aircraft)
 SS02 Combat Survival Training                                            T                         1
 SS05 Water Survival Training                                             T                         1
 SS07 Contingency SERE Indoctrination (CSI)                         As Required
 LL03 Aircraft Ground Egress Training                                     B                         2
 LL04 Aircrew Chemical Defense Training                                   B                         1
 G005 Flight Physical                                                     A                         2
 G006 Physiological Training                                              Q                         2
 Q001 Written Examination                                                 C


      A-Annual            B-Biennial          C-Check Cycle       Q-Quinquennial          T-Triennial

NOTES:
            1. Flight surgeons without a mobility requirement do not need to accomplish this training.
            2. Mandatory grounding item.
     4.5.2. Flying Continuation Training Requirements. Table 4.5. and Table 4.6. list flying continuation
     training requirements for C-5 aircrew members.
        4.5.2.1. Dual Seat Qualification. IPs, aircraft commanders, and first pilots will be dual-seat qual­
        ified. These dual-seat qualified individuals must accomplish recurring qualification checks
        according to AFI 11-2C-5, Volume 2, or MAJCOM publications. Copilots may not fly in the left
        seat during critical phases of flight unless under direct IP supervision. Dual-seat aircraft com­
        manders and first pilots may accomplish training events in either seat. (EXCEPTION: Non-ARIP
        aircraft commanders will accomplish air refueling from the left seat only unless under direct IP
        supervision).
        4.5.2.2. ATD Credit for Training Events. Aircrew members who graduate from the following
        courses can credit ATD refresher training for the semiannual period in which they graduate:
            4.5.2.2.1. Pilot Initial Qualification (PIQ).
            4.5.2.2.2. Aircraft Commander Qualification (ACQ).
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        4.5.2.2.3. Aircraft Commander Initial Qualification (ACIQ). 

        4.5.2.2.4. Pilot Requalification (PREQ). 

        4.5.2.2.5. Instructor Pilot Qualification (IP). 

        4.5.2.2.6. First Pilot Qualification (FPQ). 

        4.5.2.2.7. Flight Engineer Initial Qualification (FEIQ). 

        4.5.2.2.8. First Flight Engineer Qualification (FFEQ). 

     4.5.2.3. Senior officers and staff crewmembers maintaining basic aircraft qualification will, as a

     minimum, maintain FTL E requirements. This requirement also applies to additional aircraft an

     individual may be qualified in. In addition to always flying with an instructor of like specialty,

     FTL E senior pilots must be current in take-offs, landings, and instrument approaches (and air

     refueling if applicable) prior to carrying passengers. 

     4.5.2.4. WST/ARPTT Credit. Except for R010, 100 percent of the following semiannual flying

     training events may be accomplished and credited in the WST/ARPTT as applicable: 

        4.5.2.4.1. Proficiency Sortie, M010. 

        4.5.2.4.2. NVG Takeoff, NV47. 

        4.5.2.4.3. NVG Landing, NV48. 

        4.5.2.4.4. NVG Instrument Approach, NV80. 

        4.5.2.4.5. Takeoff, P020. 

        4.5.2.4.6. VFR Overhead, P061. 

        4.5.2.4.7. VFR Departure, P062. 

        4.5.2.4.8. VFR Arrival, P063. 

        4.5.2.4.9. Instrument Approach, P070. 

        4.5.2.4.10. Precision Approach (except PAR), P100. 

        4.5.2.4.11. Microwave Landing System (MLS), P101. 

        4.5.2.4.12. Nonprecision Approach, P110. 

        4.5.2.4.13. NDB\BDHI-only Approach, P116. 

        4.5.2.4.14. Category II ILS, P120. 

        4.5.2.4.15. Circling, P130. 

        4.5.2.4.16. Visual Traffic Pattern, P140. 

        4.5.2.4.17. FE Approach, P145. 

        4.5.2.4.18. Missed Approach, P160. 

        4.5.2.4.19. 3-Eng Missed Approach/Go Around, P170. 

        4.5.2.4.20. 3-Eng Approach/Landing, P180. 

        4.5.2.4.21. Landing, P190. 

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           4.5.2.4.22. Night Landing, P192.
           4.5.2.4.23. Left Seat Landing, P199.
           4.5.2.4.24. Receiver AR, R010 (50 percent of the training requirements may be accomplished
           in the WST/ARPTT).
           4.5.2.4.25. Receiver AR (Night), R020.
           4.5.2.4.26. Receiver AR (Heavyweight), R030.
           4.5.2.4.27. Receiver AR Breakaway, R040.
           4.5.2.4.28. Receiver AR Tanker Autopilot Off, R050.
        4.5.2.5. Overseas Sortie. OG/CC may substitute CONUS operational sorties for overseas when
        airlift requirements or crewmember availability is insufficient for overseas sortie accomplishment.
        This authority will not be delegated to lower levels. Consecutive CONUS sortie substitution is not
        permitted (not applicable to 97 AMW and Det 2/AMCAOS personnel).
        4.5.2.6. Pilots who completed the Aircraft Commander Air Refueling course, but have not been
        certified as aircraft commanders, should maintain AR currency on operational or local missions
        under the supervision of an IP after the required mission fuel onload is received.

Table 4.5. C-5 Continuation Flying Requirements.
                                              Aircraft Commander                   Pilot
Code      Event                          A      B   C    D    E    Cur    A   B     C      D Cur Notes
M010      Proficiency Sortie              1     1   1    1                2    2    4      4         1
M030      Overseas Sortie                 2     2   4    4                4    4    4      4        2, 3
M050      Tactical Sortie                 1     1   1                     1    1    1                1
M052      Right Seat Sortie                                               1    1    1      1
NV47      NVG Takeoff                     4     6   6    6                4    6    6      6
NV48      NVG Landing                     4     6   6    6          Q     4    6    6      6         Q
NV 80     NVG Instrument Approach         1     2   2    2                1    2    2      2
NV55      NVG Ground Operations           2     2   2    2          Q     1    1    1      1         Q
P005      Taxi Exercise                                                   2    2    2      2
P020      Takeoff                         6     6   12   12   6    M      8   10    12     12   M    6
P061      VFR Overhead                    1     1   1    1                1    1    1      1         7
P062      VFR Departure                   1     1   1    1                1    1    1      1         7
P063      VFR Arrival                     1     1   1    1                1    1    1      1         7
P070      Instrument Approach             6     8   12   16   6    M      6   12    16     20   M    6
P100      Precision Approach              3     3   4    6    2           3    6    6      6
P101      MLS                             1     1   1    1                1    1    1      1
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                                                Aircraft Commander                         Pilot
Code     Event                              A    B    C    D    E    Cur    A    B    C      D     Cur Notes
P110     Nonprecision Approach              3    3    4    6     2          3    6    6      6
P116     NDB\BDHI-only Approach             1    1    1    1                2    2    2      2           4
P120     Category II ILS                    1    1    1    1                1    1    1      1
P130     Circling                           1    2    2    2                1    2    2      2
P140     Visual Traffic Pattern             1    1    2    2                2    2    2      2
P160     Missed Approach                    1    1    2    2                2    2    3      3
P170     3-Eng Missed Approach/Go           2    2    3    3                2    2    3      3
         Around
P180     3-Eng Approach/Landing             2    2    2    2                2    2    2      2
P190     Landing                            6    6    12   12    6    M     8    10   12     12    M     6
P192     Night Landing                      2    2    2    2          Q     2    2    2      2     Q
P199     Left Seat Landing                                                  6    6    6      6     Q
P260     HAVE QUICK Radio                   1    1    1    1                1    1    2      2
         Procedures
P270     SECURE RADIO Operation             1    1    1    1                1    1    2      2
R010     Receiver AR                        4    5    6    7          M     4    4    4      4     Q     5
R020     Receiver AR (Night)                1    2    2    2
R030     Receiver AR (Heavyweight)          1    1    1    1
R040     Receiver AR Breakaway              1    1    1    1
R050     Receiver AR Tanker Autopilot       2    2    2    2
         Off
RS00     Tactical Arrival                   2    4    4    4                2    4    4      4
RS06     High Altitude Tactical Arrival     1    1    1    1                1    1    1      1
RS16     Low Altitude Tactical Arrival      1    1    1    1                1    1    1      1
RS20     Tactical Departure                 2    4    4    4                2    4    4      4
RS26     High Altitude Tactical Departure   1    1    1    1                1    1    1      1
RS36     Low Altitude Tactical Departure    1    1    1    1                1    1    1      1
                       M - Monthly                                          Q - Quarterly

NOTES:
          1.	 Pilots with more than 500 PAI hours should accomplish all proficiency sorties in the WST.
              Pilots with less than 500 PAI hours will accomplish 50 percent of their proficiency sorties
              in the aircraft (N/A to ARC and 97 AMW, Det 2). Aircraft commanders who are not tac­
              tics certified will accomplish two M010s per semiannual period.
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          2.	 Detachment 2 AMCAOS and 97 AMW pilots will participate as primary or additional
              crewmembers on one overseas sortie during each semiannual period (not required for FTU
              instructors maintaining BMC status).
          3.	 Instructor and evaluator pilots may credit 50 percent of semiannual M030 requirements
              when performing instructor or evaluator duties on overseas sorties.
          4.	 Substitute a VOR/BDHI-only approach as appropriate.
          5.	 Sortie requirement for AR-qualified pilots (ACIQ graduates and MPD graduates) is four
              per semiannual period. 100% of AR requirements for MPD graduates who have not
              upgraded to aircraft commander may be credited in the ARPTT/WST.
          6.	 Loss of currency exceeding 6 months in this event leads to unqualified status (See para­
              graph 4.7.1.4.2.)
          7.	 Required once VFR certification is complete.

Table 4.6. Flight Engineer and Loadmaster Continuation Flying Requirements.
                                           Flight Engineer            Loadmaster
 Code           Event           Note A      B   C    D   Cur     A   B    C    D    Cur
M010 Proficiency Sortie          1     3    4   6    8    60     3    4   6    8     60
NV55 NVG Ground                                                  1    1   1
     Operations
P145    FE Approach                    A    A   A    A
P280    ACDTQT                         T    B   A                T   B    A
P360    FE Proficiency           2     3    4   6    8    60
        Inspection
     A-Annual                              B-Biennial                         T-Triennial

NOTES:
          1.	 First FEs and higher may log proficiency sorties in the WST (log an M011). Simulator
              sorties do not update 60-day currency. Instructors and evaluators may log proficiency sor­
              ties while instructing or evaluating an FE performing a first flight engineer proficiency
              sortie (log an M012). Instructor/Evaluator sorties do not update 60-day currency.
          2.	 Instructors and evaluators may log proficiency inspections while instructing or evaluating
              an engineer performing a first engineer proficiency sortie (log a P361). Instructor/Evalua­
              tor inspections do not update 60-day currency.

4.6. Proration of Training. AFI 11-202, Volume 1 describes proration of training requirements for
crewmembers not available for flying duties. This authority must be used judiciously, especially when
prorating the same crewmember for consecutive semi-annual training periods.
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   4.6.1. Use this formula to determine training requirements: number of months available times the
   event volume divided by the number of months in the training period. Round down to the nearest
   whole number, but not less than 1,e.g., 5.6 rounds to 5.
       4.6.1.1. Use Table 4.7. to determine the number of months available. Prorate only if absence is at
       least 15 consecutive days. For contingency alerts and contingency flying TDYs non-consecutive
       periods of non-availability can be combined for proration purposes.
       4.6.1.2. When an individual permanently changes station (PCS) during the training cycle to a unit
       flying the same model aircraft and enters the same FTL or lower, credit training accomplished at
       the previous base. Prorate training requirements based on the time available (e.g., time at former
       base, plus time at new base, minus number of days not available) during the training period. Time
       available starts 7-days after sign-in for CONUS and 14-days after sign-in for OCONUS or on the
       date of actual accomplishment of the first training event, whichever occurs first. Subtract previous
       accomplishments from the prorated total to determine remaining requirements.
   4.6.2. Units may also prorate requirements for individuals changing training levels. If requirements
   are prorated do not credit events accomplished while in the former FTL.

Table 4.7. Individual Availability.
                               Days Available           Months Available
                                      0-15                       0
                                      16-45                      1
                                      46-75                      2
                                   76-105                        3
                                   106-135                       4
                                   136-165                       5
                                      >166                       6

4.7. Failure to Complete Training Requirements. Declare individuals NMR if they fail to maintain
flying currency, fail to complete semi-annual flying continuation training requirements, or ground contin­
uation training requirements. The following guidance applies:
   4.7.1. Loss of Currency. Flight currency is associated with those events denoted in the flying contin­
   uation training tables by a specific period of time (monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, or annually)
   within which an event must be accomplished (listed in the "CUR" column).
       4.7.1.1. Place individuals delinquent in one or more currency events in supervised training status
       for that event and declare them NMR in unit missions requiring the event. Loss of currency pro­
       hibits an individual from accomplishing unsupervised in-flight duties in the non-current event(s).
       For example, if the individual is non-current for receiver air refueling, the individual may fly
       unsupervised on CONUS sorties which are not scheduled for and do not accomplish receiver air
       refueling. EXCEPTION: An individual non-current in takeoffs (P020), landings (P190), or
       approaches (P070), will not fly unsupervised on any sortie.
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        4.7.1.2. Crewmembers are non-current the day after event currency expires; (i.e., a crewmember
        that accomplished an event with monthly currency on 1 September becomes non-current on 1
        November). Regain currency based on the time elapsed since becoming non-current as described
        in paragraph 1.8. and paragraph.
        4.7.1.3. OG/CCs will endorse all Sq/CC waiver requests for flight currency prior to forwarding to
        MAJCOM/DOT for approval (1.5.2..).
        4.7.1.4. Regaining Currency.
            4.7.1.4.1. For a loss of currency up to 6 months, a crewmember must demonstrate proficiency
            in the aircraft or simulator (as determined by Sq/CC or DO) with an instructor in all delinquent
            items. Crewmembers non-current for less than 6 months will maintain their current training
            level (no training folder required).
            4.7.1.4.2. Loss of currency exceeding 6 months. For events identified in Table 4.6. as leading
            to unqualified status, the crewmember is unqualified in the aircraft and must complete Sq/
            CC-directed requalification training and an aircrew evaluation according to AFI 11-2C-5, Vol
            2. For all other currency events, regain currency according to paragraph 4.7.1.4.1.
            4.7.1.4.3. Overseas Sortie. Aircraft commanders who are not current for an overseas sortie
            may fly in command on operational CONUS-only missions. Aircraft commanders may regain
            overseas currency under the supervision of a qualified aircraft commander or higher. Pilots can
            regain currency while being supervised by a current and qualified pilot or higher in the
            jumpseat. When a pilot or higher is not available to occupy the jumpseat, the noncurrent pilot
            must be supervised by an instructor or higher in the left seat.
            4.7.1.4.4. Air Refueling. Aircraft commanders who are not current for air refueling may not
            fly in command on missions requiring air refueling until currency is regained. If noncurrent for
            less than 15-days, they may regain currency on operational AR missions under the supervision
            of a qualified AC or higher, if no passengers are carried and only after fuel required for mis­
            sion completion is onloaded. ACs who are AR noncurrent for 15-days or more must regain
            currency in the aircraft under the supervision of an IP or EP. NOTE: AR currency will not be
            regained in the WST/ARPTT.
     4.7.2. Failure to Complete Semiannual Flying Training Events. At the end of each training period, the
     Sq/CC will review ARMS products for crewmembers that fail to accomplish all required flying con­
     tinuation training. Sq/CC will direct training necessary for the individual to regain MR/BMC status
     (as applicable) or request an OG/CC waiver for the requirement (see paragraph 1.5.7.). Base the deci­
     sion to approve a waiver on the individual crewmember's experience and proficiency level and only
     for unforeseen circumstances (i.e., waivers will not be based on a crewmember's availability). The
     OG/CC will determine the allowable time period of the waiver (e.g., 30-day extension, next training
     cycle, etc.). OG/CC should consider if sufficient flying events were accomplished to ensure MR pro­
     ficiency before waiver approval. Do not approve a waiver request for the same flying training event
     deficiency affecting two consecutive training periods (if a waiver is desired, forward request to MAJ-
     COM/DOT).
     4.7.3. Failure to Complete Ground Training Events. With the exception of LL03, G005, and G006,
     the OG/CC or equivalent may waive ground continuation training. This waiver authority must be used
     judiciously. The decision to grant a waiver will be based on the individual crewmember’s experience
     and proficiency level (i.e. waivers will not be based on a crewmember’s availability). OG/CC will
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   determine the allowable time period of the waiver. The make-up training should be accomplished at
   the earliest opportunity. This waiver is for unforeseen circumstances only and only for events that will
   not degrade mission accomplishment.
   4.7.4. Make-up training (ground or flying) is creditable towards the new training period.
   4.7.5. See AFI 11-202 Volume 1 for individuals leaving active flying status.

4.8. Requirements before PCS or TDY by Members on Active Flying Status. AFI 11-202, Volume 1
specifies requirements before PCS or TDY.

4.9. Requirements before Removal from Active Flying. AFI 11-202, Volume 1 specifies requirements
before removal from active flying.

4.10. Requirements While in Inactive Flying Status. AFI 11-202, Volume 1 specifies requirements
while in inactive flying status.

4.11. Retraining. AFI 11-202, Volume 1 specifies retraining restrictions before separation, retirement, or
mandatory inactive flying status.

4.12. Aircrews Flying in Non-USAF Aircraft or with Non-USAF Units. A F I 11 - 2 0 2 , Vo l u m e 1
addresses individuals flying in this status.

4.13. Training Period. Continuation training program is based on static 6-month periods (1 January - 30
June and 1 July - 31 December).
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                                                 Chapter 5

                                         UPGRADE TRAINING

5.1. Description. This chapter identifies general prerequisites and training requirements for upgrade.

5.2. Mobility Pilot Development (MPD) Program.
     5.2.1. Beginning 1 Oct 04, SUPT graduates and FAIP/OSA pilots who do not meet the ACIQ course
     prerequisites will qualify in the C-5 through the MPD program (ATS and ETCA designation: C-5
     PIQ). Course graduates are qualified to operate the aircraft from the left and right seat, familiar with
     aerial refueling procedures and operations, and partially mission-qualified.
     5.2.2. When the MPD graduate has gained the experience and requisite flying hours to upgrade to air­
     craft commander, he/she will complete a pilot check out (PCO) course at the FTU or home station to
     qualify in air refueling before certifying as an aircraft commander.
     5.2.3. Pilots who graduated from the C-5 PIQ course prior to 1 Oct 04 will upgrade following the
     guidance in paragraphs 5.3., 5.4., and 5.5. Pilots who graduate from C-5 PIQ after 1 Oct 04 will com­
     plete the Global Reach Aircraft Commander Course as described in paragraph 5.4.

5.3. First Pilot.
     5.3.1. The first pilot program is part of a building block approach leading to aircraft commander
     upgrade. Pilots will qualify using the ATS contractor provided First Pilot Qualification (FPQ) Course.
     Upgrade may begin after accumulation of 600 total flying hours.
     5.3.2. Flying training, as a minimum, will include taxi, take-off, and landings from the left seat.
     Emergency procedures will be trained to proficiency prior to the first pilot qualification evaluation.
     The evaluation will include normal left-seat procedures, to include taxi, take-off, approach, and land­
     ing. This evaluation can be combined with a composite qualification evaluation.

5.4. Global Ready Aircraft Commander Course (GRACC). G R A C C i s a t h r e e - p h a s e p r o c e s s
designed to familiarize pilots with all aspects of operating in the en route system.
     5.4.1. Pilot To Aircraft Commander Phase I (V280). This phase consists of completing a workbook.
     Pilots will complete a workbook during their first 6 months of MR status. The workbook will help
     new pilots become familiar with moving a mission within the Mobility Enroute System and other
     associated requirements. This phase is optional for ACIQ graduates.
     5.4.2. Pilot To Aircraft Commander Phase II (V281). The second phase consists of completing a sec­
     ond workbook by pilots identified for aircraft commander upgrade training. V281 will serve to review
     all the objectives in Phase I (V280). Complete V281 before Phase III (V282) and formal aircraft com­
     mander upgrade training. Initial qualification aircraft commanders (ACIQ) who have transferred from
     non-AMC units or FAIP/OSA assignments will complete V281 before AC certification during an R &
     C board. This phase is optional for previously qualified AMC aircraft commanders.
     5.4.3. HQ AMC Orientation Tour Phase III(V282). The third phase visits HQ AMC and the TACC.
     This event provides an in-depth look at selected TACC and AMC operations as well as an opportunity
     to interact with command senior staff. Ideally, this course should be completed by aircraft commander
     candidates after completing Phase II, but before attending formal aircraft commander upgrade train­
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   ing. Initial qualification aircraft commanders (ACIQ) who have transferred from non-AMC units or
   FAIP/OSA assignments will complete V282 before AC certification. This phase is optional for ACIQ
   pilots returning from non-flying assignments.
   5.4.4. Applicability. This training is required for active duty pilots or as specified in MAJCOM sup­
   plement. GRACC is highly encouraged for mobility forces including AFRC and ANG pilots. A
   one-time course, completion is transferable between all mobility weapon systems. Waiver authority is
   OG/CC or equivalent. Document completion in the crewmembers FEF on AF Form 1381 as
   “GRACC.”

5.5. Aircraft Commander (AC).
   5.5.1. General. Flying time prerequisites required for upgrade are based on the pilot’s having gained
   the knowledge and judgment required to accomplish effectively the unit's mission. Sq/CC must ensure
   their continuation training programs emphasize these areas. Aircraft commander candidates must
   acquire an in-depth knowledge of systems, procedures, and regulations prior to certification. The fol­
   lowing guidance applies:
       5.5.1.1. Select upgrade candidates based on upgrade potential, retainability, and mission require­
       ments.
       5.5.1.2. Prerequisites.
           5.5.1.2.1. Completion of Pilot To Aircraft Commander Training Guide, Phase II (V281), and
           HQ AMC and TACC Orientation Tour (V282).
           5.5.1.2.2. Total Flying Hours/C-5 Flying Hours: 1000/200 (100 if a prior aircraft commander
           or FAIP).
           5.5.1.2.3. Sq/CC Recommendation.
   5.5.2. In-Unit Upgrade. FTU attendance is the primary method for AC qualification training. Com­
   pleting the formal course in-unit is the secondary method. Submit waiver requests for in-unit upgrade
   according to the guidance in paragraph 1.5..
       5.5.2.1. Complete applicable ground and flying requirements of this volume.
   5.5.3. Graduates of the ACQ and ACIQ courses will be designated NMR aircraft commanders and
   will serve as first pilots until completion of mission certification. These individuals will accomplish
   aircraft commander continuation training requirements.
   5.5.4. AMC Phoenix Reach Crossflow Program (PRCP) pilots will attend the ACIQ course and enter
   into AC mission qualification training upon arrival at the unit. The ATS Pilot Mission Qualification
   Phase I (ACMQ-I) Course is optional.

5.6. Aircrew Instructor Program. Instructor candidates will be selected based on experience, judg­
ment, ability to instruct, flying skills, and technical knowledge. Minimum prerequisites for instructor
upgrade are 200 hours after mission certification (AC certification for instructor pilots) and Sq/CC recom­
mendation. Instructor candidates who previously attended a formal instructor course and were qualified
instructors in any US Air Force aircraft can upgrade in-unit. Sq/CC will determine training required to
complete the instructor upgrade in-unit (including evaluation according AFI 11-2C-5, Volume 2). Sq/CCs
may require prior instructors to attend the ATS instructor qualification course. NOTE: Instructor candi­
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dates who attend the ATS instructor qualification course at the FTU or in-unit may incur an ADSC IAW
AFI 36-2107. In-unit instructor upgrade requires operations group commander approval. All initial
instructor upgrade candidates must be mission-ready for a minimum of 6 months.
     5.6.1. Aerial refueling instructor pilots (ARIP) will qualify via the ATS Instructor Pilot Aerial Refu­
     eling Qualification (ARIP). ARIPs must be able to instruct both KC-135 and KC-10 AR receiver pro­
     cedures.
     5.6.2. Instructor flight engineer candidates will qualify through the ATS Flight Engineer Instructor
     (IFE) Qualification course.
     5.6.3. Instructor loadmaster candidates will qualify through the ATS Loadmaster Instructor Qualifica­
     tion (ILM) course.
     5.6.4. All aircrew member instructor candidates will satisfactorily complete a written examination on
     this instruction prior to qualification or requalification. The IP written examination will also include
     simulated aircraft emergency training and applicable training restrictions published in AFI 11-202,
     Volume 3, General Flight Rules, AFI 11-2C-5, Volume 3, and other appropriate operational directives.

5.7. Flight Examiner Certification.
     5.7.1. Flight Examiners. Sq/CC will recommend instructors for flight examiner certification. Instruc­
     tors identified for certification as flight examiner must possess satisfactory knowledge of AMC train­
     ing and evaluation policies and procedures, and the ability to administer an evaluation according to
     AFI 11-202, Volume 2, and AFI 11-2C-5, Volume 2.
     5.7.2. Flight examiner candidates will attend the ATS flight examiner course for their crew position.
     Sq/CCs may waive this requirement if the candidate is a previously qualified flight examiner in any
     AMC aircraft. In this case, flight examiner candidates should:
        5.7.2.1. Observe qualified evaluators conducting a cross-section of evaluations, to include tech­
        niques used to evaluate aircraft systems and flight directive knowledge.
        5.7.2.2. Receive a briefing on command policies and interpretations of AFI 11-202, Volume 1,
        AFI 11-202, Volume 2, Aircrew Standardization/Evaluation Program, AFI 11-2C-5, Volumes 1
        and 2, and MAJCOM supplements.
     5.7.3. Candidates with no prior flight examiner experience should observe an evaluation before certi­
     fication.

5.8. Aerial Refueling Qualification.
     5.8.1. Aerial Refueling Training. Aircrew members designated to qualify in AR will complete
     requirements of this section.
        5.8.1.1. Each operational squadron will use the approved training guide. All ground training will
        be conducted by qualified instructors and completed prior to entering the flying phase. Reference
        materials are AFI 11-2C-5, Volume 3; Technical Order (T.O.) 1C-5A-1, Flight Manual C-5A,
        C-5A (SCM), and C-5B, T.O. 1C-5A-1-1, Flight Manual USAF Series C-5A and C-5B Airplanes,
        Appendix I, Performance Data, T.O. 1-1C-1, Basic Flight Crew Air Refueling Manual, T.O.
        1-1C-1-23, C Mission Crew Flight Manual C-5A, C-5A(SCM), and C-5B Air Refueling Proce­
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       dures With KC-135 and KC-10, and AR checklist. Crewmembers will be trained in areas applica­
       ble to their crew position.
       5.8.1.2. Aircraft Commander AR Training:
          5.8.1.2.1. The normal method for completing aircraft commander AR qualification will be the
          aircraft commander aerial refueling (ACAR) course at the Altus FTU. In-unit AR qualification
          is authorized. Trainees will complete the ATS pilot aerial refueling qualification (PAR) course
          prior to starting aircraft training flights.
          5.8.1.2.2. Units should provide aircraft commander AR candidates training in the ARPTT/
          WST prior to reporting to Altus. The AR candidate should receive a minimum of 3 hours of
          instruction. Emphasis should be on closure, maintaining pre-contact, and contact. Each trainee
          will receive the full ATS AR course at Altus, but may proficiency advance into the flight
          phase. Squadrons should schedule candidates for ARPTT/WST training as close to the Altus
          reporting date as practical—14 days is preferred. ARPTT/WST training, once started, should
          continue uninterrupted—1 session per day is preferred. This training should not take prece­
          dence over normal continuation training. ARPTT/WST crew-pair training is encouraged.
       5.8.1.3. Copilot AR Training:
          5.8.1.3.1. Copilot ARPTT/WST Training. An ARIP will instruct and assist the copilot in per­
          forming normal copilot AR duties, including checklists and radio procedures. The goal is for
          the copilot to effectively act as a safety observer during AR and maintain aircraft position
          between precontact and 100 feet in trail. The instructor will stabilize aircraft in a position
          50-100 feet behind the tanker and allow the copilot to practice holding this position until rea­
          sonable degree of stability is attained. The instructor will then demonstrate correct precontact
          and contact positions. NOTE: This training may also be accomplished in the aircraft.

5.9. Tactical Training.
   5.9.1. The C-5 Tactical Employment Training Program is designed to certify C-5 pilots to employ the
   airplane in a threat environment. Units will conduct C-5 Tactical Employment Training based on the
   most current MAJCOM/A3, or equivalent, guidance. Refer to the AMC/A37T website, https://amc-
   dot.scott.af.mil.
   5.9.2. This program includes training on current techniques for implementing the Combat Entry/Exit
   Checklist, conducting combat mission planning (with special emphasis on threat avoidance and miti­
   gation using AFMSS), and use of the Defensive System (DS). This program will provide hands on
   training in tactical arrival and departure maneuvers necessary to certify crewmembers as tactical mis­
   sion ready pilots.
   5.9.3. All crewmembers will complete the academics and simulator phase for the purpose of building
   a tactical foundation. Only aircraft commanders and above will be certified as tactical mission ready
   after demonstrating proficiency in all maneuvers in the aircraft under the supervision of a instructor
   pilot.
   5.9.4. Certification and Evaluation. After being recommended for certification by an IP, the Sq/CC
   will make an entry on the AF Form 1381 in the individual’s FEF. Aircraft commanders and above
   should be prepared to demonstrate knowledge and correct procedures on qualification evaluations.
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     5.9.5. Training Course Management. HQ AMC/A37T is the OPR for tactical training course admin­
     istration and syllabus development and maintenance.
        5.9.5.1. Syllabus Waivers. A waiver is required for any planned exception to the syllabus caused
        by special or unusual circumstances. Use the waiver request procedures described in paragraphs
        1.5.3., 1.5.4.1., and 1.5.9. Do not accomplish or omit any training requested in a waiver until noti­
        fication of approval. Maintain a record of all approved waivers in the student’s training folder.
        5.9.5.2. Syllabus Deviations. A syllabus deviation is any unplanned variation from syllabus
        requirements such as prerequisite flow or MIF requirements. This training is designed to be
        accomplished on two sorties; a day sortie and a night sortie. However, one flight may be used if all
        day requirements are completed prior to sunset and then all night requirements accomplished. In
        no case will the total number of maneuvers/requirements be reduced. All syllabus-directed train­
        ing must be accomplished unless a waiver is approved. If unforeseen circumstances result in an
        omission of required training, the OG/CC will determine if omitted training can be accomplished
        later in the syllabus flow without adversely affecting the quality of student training. Document all
        syllabus deviations, OG/CC directed corrective actions, and the accomplishment of the omitted
        training in the student’s training folder.
     5.9.6. Recurring Training Requirements. Refer to Table 4.5.

5.10. Avionics Modernization Program (AMP) Training.
     5.10.1. The C-5 AMP Training Program is designed to certify C-5 pilots, flight engineers, and load­
     masters to operate AMP-modified C-5 aircraft in the Global Air Traffic Management (GATM) sys­
     tem.
     5.10.2. Aircrew members will accomplish an ATS contractor taught AMP differences course devel­
     oped for their crew positions. The differences courses consist of computer-based training (CBT),
     instructor-based review, and, for pilots and flight engineers, training in the weapon system trainer.
     Refer to the AMC/A37T website, https://amcdot.scott.af.mil, for the most current guidance and syl­
     labus.
        5.10.2.1. Pilots. Mission-qualified pilots will complete the FlightSafety Services Corporation
        AMP differences training course, with training flights in an AMP-modified airplane, and an eval­
        uation consisting of the general and instrument evaluation requisites outlined in AFI 11-2C-5 Vol
        2, C-5 Aircrew Evaluation Criteria, Chapter 2, and AF Form 3862, Aircrew Evaluation Work-
        sheet. The flight evaluation may be conducted in either the airplane or the simulator. This flight
        evaluation will be documented under the “Additional Mission Evaluations” criteria in AFI
        11-2C-5, Vol 2, chapter 2. The evaluation should be annotated “C-5 AMP Certified” in the AF
        Form 8 remarks section. The 17-month Qualification/Instrument evaluation eligibility clock may
        be reset if all requisites of the evaluation have been met. If the 17-month evaluation eligibility
        clock is not reset, the Form 8 should not include an expiration date.
        5.10.2.2. Flight Engineers. Flight engineers will complete the FlightSafety Services Corporation
        AMP differences training course designed for flight engineers, followed by local training for
        hands-on familiarization. Instructors should emphasize criteria outlined in AFI 11-2C-5 Vol 2,
        chapter 4, Subarea 22C, In-flight Emergencies, Subarea 27A, Radios, Subarea 27E, INS/GPS/
        FMS/Instruments and Area 34, Warning Systems. Instructors should use the C-5 Flight Engineer
        Master Task List/ Evaluation Standards Document as the standard criteria for certification. Docu­
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      ment certification completion in the individual’s Flight Evaluation Folder, via the AF Form 1381,
      USAF Certification of Aircrew Training.
      5.10.2.3. Loadmasters. Loadmasters will complete the FlightSafety Services Corporation AMP
      differences training course designed for loadmasters. Training should consist of hands-on famil­
      iarization and operation of required equipment associated with AMP modification (radios, inter­
      phone, etc.) conducted in an AMP-modified aircraft or simulator. Instructors should emphasize
      criteria outlined in AFI 11-2C-5 Vol 2, chapter 5, Area 18, Aircraft Systems Knowledge/Operation
      and Area 24, Other Emergency Procedures. Instructors should use the C-5 Loadmaster Master
      Task List/ Evaluation Standards Document as the standard criteria for certification. Document cer­
      tification completion in the individual’s Flight Evaluation Folder, via the AF Form 1381, USAF
      Certification of Aircrew Training. Only one loadmaster per crew complement, vice the entire
      loadmaster crew, would require AMP certification to operate missions in AMP-modified aircraft.
   5.10.3. Annual Simulator Refresher Training. Completion of the differences course will satisfy the
   requirement for semiannual simulator refresher training for pilots and flight engineers.
   5.10.4. Currency. AMP-certified pilots and flight engineers will accomplish a sortie in an AMP-mod­
   ified aircraft every 90 days to ensure proficiency. One data link proficiency sortie is required annually;
   however, one sortie per quarter is recommended to ensure proficiency in GATM data link systems.
   Crews may maintain AMP currency in a modified simulator. Refer to paragraph 4.7.1.4. for a loss of
   currency.

5.11. Night Vision Goggle (NVG) Training.
   5.11.1. The C-5 NVG Airland Training is designed to certify C-5 aircrews to land on reduced overt or
   covertly lit runways and conduct ground operations on blacked-out taxiways and ramps, and allow
   single ship NVG operations using normal landing and takeoff procedures. Minimum required runway
   lighting is low overt or covert, IAW AFI13-217 (AMP4 will not be used) or standard airfield lighting.
   Units will conduct C-5 NVG Airland Training based on MAJCOM/A3, or equivalent, approval. Air­
   craft must be equipped with NVG compatible lighting (e.g. C-5 AMP) or NVG lighting harness. The
   MAJCOM/A3, or equivalent, must approve units to begin training. Training is complete upon unit
   commander certification. Refer to the AMC/A37T website, https://amcdot.scott.af.mil, for the most
   current guidance and syllabus.
   5.11.2. Status Upon Completion/Certification. Upon completion of NVG Airland Training and certi­
   fication, pilots, flight engineers and loadmasters will have “C-5 NVG Airland Certified” entered in
   their AF Form 1381. Aircraft commanders completing this training will have “AC C-5 NVG Airland
   Certified” entered in their AF Form 1381.
   5.11.3. Recurring Training Requirements. Refer to Table 4.5.
   5.11.4. Training Course Management. HQ AMC/A37T is the OPR for NVG training course adminis­
   tration and syllabus development and maintenance.
   5.11.5. Syllabus Waivers. A waiver is required for any planned exception to the syllabus caused by
   special or unusual circumstances. Use the waiver request procedures described in paragraph 1.5.9. Do
   not accomplish or omit any training requested in a waiver until notification of approval. Maintain a
   record of all approved waivers in the student’s training folder.
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     5.11.6. Syllabus Deviations. A syllabus deviation is any unplanned variation from syllabus require­
     ments such as prerequisite flow or MIF requirements. This training is designed to be accomplished on
     two sorties; a day sortie and a night sortie. However, one flight may be used if all day requirements are
     completed prior to sunset and then all night requirements accomplished. In no case will the total num­
     ber of maneuvers/requirements be reduced. All syllabus-directed training must be accomplished
     unless a waiver is approved. If unforeseen circumstances result in an omission of required training, the
     OG/CC will determine if omitted training can be accomplished later in the syllabus flow without
     adversely affecting the quality of student training. Document all syllabus deviations, OG/CC directed
     corrective actions, and the accomplishment of the omitted training in the student’s training folder.

5.12. ILS PRM Certification Training.
     5.12.1. AFI 11-202 Volume 3 require aircrews operating aircraft equipped with TCAS to receive
     training for operations at airports with ILS Precision Runway Monitoring (PRM) Approaches. The
     Sq/CC or designate representative will certify pilots upon completion of one-time training. Document
     certification in FEF on AF Form 1381 as “ILS PRM-Certified”. ARMS event identifier is Q017, ILS
     PRM. Before operations at an airport with ILS PRM approaches capabilities, pilots will complete the
     following training and certification.
        5.12.1.1. Training Program. Review ILS PRM requirements according to the Airman's Informa­
        tion Manual, Part 5-4-15. Complete appropriate training including viewing of the video. The most
        current information can be down-loaded at web site: http://www.faa.gov/avr/afs/prmtraining/.
        5.12.1.2. View FAA video, "ILS PRM Approach Information for Air Carrier Pilots" is available
        for download. The large-file video is also available on the AMC/A37T website (see paragraph
        1.16.1.).
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                                                Chapter 6

                               AIRCREW TRAINING SYSTEM (ATS)

6.1. Description. The C-5 ATS is a qualification, upgrade, and continuation training program for C-5
pilots, FEs, LMs, and maintenance engine run technicians. Most ground training is provided by the ATS
contractor while the Air Force conducts all flight training and administers all flight evaluations. The goal
of the C-5 ATS is to train Air Force students to the standards set in the master task list (MTL) and evalu­
ation standards document (ESD). In achieving this goal, the ATS contractor has been directed to minimize
aircraft flight-time dedicated to training through the use of CBT, cockpit procedures trainers (CPT), and
WSTs. This section is a "how to" book on using the ATS and developed as a tool for C-5 aircrew manag­
ers at the squadron, group, and wing. It is directive in nature, complementing guidance elsewhere in this
instruction and contractor-provided courseware material.

6.2. General Information.
   6.2.1. Applicability. This chapter applies to all AMC, AETC, AFRC, and ANG personnel using the
   C-5 ATS.
   6.2.2. Responsibilities.
       6.2.2.1. ATS Contractor. Each ATS site will provide academic and ATD training for C-5 crew­
       member requalification, upgrade, senior staff, difference, and continuation training programs to
       meet course objectives.
       6.2.2.2. HQ AMC/A37T.
           6.2.2.2.1. Provide overall management authority for C-5 contract training.
           6.2.2.2.2. Ensure that contractor-provided academic and ATD training complies with policies,
           guidelines, and directives established by AMC headquarters and the current training contract.
           6.2.2.2.3. Ensure performance objectives for contractor-provided training are achieved by
           monitoring overall contractor performance and submitting quality assurance program docu­
           mentation when required.
           6.2.2.2.4. Act as AMC focal point for review of all recommended initiatives directed toward
           the C-5 training contract. This includes recommendations for changes submitted by contractor
           or other Air Force agencies.
           6.2.2.2.5. Convene and co-chair C-5 ATS System Review Board (SRB) to review the program
           for currency, applicability, and effectiveness.
       6.2.2.3. HQ AETC/DOF:
           6.2.2.3.1. Monitor all actions associated with the C-5 training program through close coordi­
           nation with Det 2/AMCAOS, 97 TRS/TRQ, and HQ AMC/A37T. Provide constructive reports
           and inputs concerning the training program, as required.
           6.2.2.3.2. Provide assistance and support to HQ AMC/A37T (program manager) and other
           appropriate agencies, as required, to support the overall C-5 training program.
       6.2.2.4. HQ AETC/DOF (through Det 2/AMCAOS):
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            6.2.2.4.1. Ensure that contractor-provided academic and ATD FTU Course training complies
            with policies, guidelines, and directives established by AETC headquarters and the current
            training contract.
            6.2.2.4.2. Ensure Altus FTU C-5 contractor aircrew training performance objectives are
            achieved by monitoring overall contractor performance and submitting quality assurance pro­
            gram documentation when required.
            6.2.2.4.3. Act as AETC focal point for review of all recommended initiatives directed toward
            the C-5 training contract. This includes recommendations for changes submitted by contractor
            or other Air Force agencies.
            6.2.2.4.4. Ensure instruction is of the highest quality through the review of crewmember cri­
            tiques, evaluator feedback, FTU feedback, and their own evaluations.
            6.2.2.4.5. Review and evaluate task analysis, objective hierarchy, and contractor courses and
            training materials for accuracy, currency, and effectiveness.
        6.2.2.5. Air Force-Appointed ATS Project Officer (PO) and Quality Assurance Representative
        (QAR). POs and QARs are primary focal points and liaisons between the Air Force and contrac­
        tors at each ATS site. PO and QAR are the only Air Force personnel empowered to evaluate con­
        tractor compliance with the ATS contract.
        6.2.2.6. Wings and Groups:
            6.2.2.6.1. Provide constructive reports and inputs concerning the C-5 ATS program .
            6.2.2.6.2. Provide assistance and support with subject matter experts (SME) when requested
            by HQ AMC/A37T, Det 2 AMCAOS, or HQ AETC/DOF.
            6.2.2.6.3. Review the ETCA course description and adhere to guidance and procedures con­
            cerning requesting, allocating, sub-allocating, and confirming attendance at scheduled formal
            training courses. Close coordination with the FTU quota manager (HQ AMC/A37TF) is
            imperative to ensure effective utilization of training slots and contractor resources.
     6.2.3. Dedicated Training Time. It is imperative that aircrew members engaged in ATS courses com­
     plete their training in a timely and uninterrupted manner. Their time will be dedicated to that training
     program on a full-time basis. Trainees will be relieved of all other duties not directly related to that
     training. EXCEPTION: Supervisory personnel may continue their normal duties as time permits.
     6.2.4. ATS Course Prerequisites. Each ATS is designed and based on certain prerequisites being met
     by the student prior to entry. Prerequisites may include a minimum number of flying hours, recom­
     mendation of the squadron operations officer, and the completion of some form of training guide.
     Consult the appropriate paragraph of this chapter and the course summary document (CSD) to deter­
     mine student entry level for each.
     6.2.5. ATS Course Prework. Some ATS courses require trainee preparation prior to class. This pre­
     work is considered an integral portion of the course and must be accomplished in order to receive
     completion credit. Prework may consist of reviewing study references, quizzes, takeoff and landing
     data preparation, or any combination of the above. In every case, the required prework is described in
     the appropriate student guide. When required, the ATS contractor will ensure training guides are dis­
     tributed to units in time for prework completion.
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   6.2.6. Course Material. All student guides, training guides, etc., will be provided by the ATS contrac­
   tor. Local procedures will be developed by unit training offices to ensure that students bring the cur­
   rent version of the material to the start of each class.
   6.2.7. Terminology.
      6.2.7.1. Aircrew training device (ATD)—includes CPTs, PTTs, and WSTs.
      6.2.7.2. PTT—device used to practice a specific task such as Flight Management System opera­
      tion, cargo door operation, or aerial refueling. This device develops skills independent of other
      mission tasks.
      6.2.7.3. WST—device which provides a synthetic flight and tactics environment in which air­
      crews learn, develop, improve, and integrate the skills associated with their crew positions. Crew
      positions may operate individually or as a team.
      6.2.7.4. CBT—ground training system which uses computer generated graphics and text in con­
      junction with interactive video as the primary medium of instruction.
      6.2.7.5. Browser—An individual who views or reviews CBT lessons or courses, on an as-avail­
      able basis, but not in direct fulfillment of an ATS course in which he or she is enrolled. EXAM-
      PLE: A C-5 first pilot might view first FE lessons as a "browser" to improve knowledge of FE
      normal procedures.

6.3. MTL/ESD :
   6.3.1. MTL/ESD Purpose. The MTL/ESD was developed through a joint contractor and Air Force
   effort and provides the basis for ATS courseware development. AMC/A37T has approved the MTL/
   ESD as the baseline document for validating C-5 aircrew member performance. Flight examiners and
   instructors who evaluate or train C-5 crewmembers will use criteria established by the MTL/ESD to
   determine the ability of an individual to meet the performance levels required to be mission-qualified.
   6.3.2. MTL/ESD Use. The MTL/ESD will be used as a reference document by flight examiners and
   instructors to establish standards in the training and evaluation of C-5 aircrew members. Distribution
   of the MTL/ESD is sufficient to ensure that each squadron has reference copies for each crew posi­
   tion. Recommended changes will be submitted through Air Force channels using the ATS contractor's
   quality assurance change proposal (QACP) process (see paragraph 6.15.). Changes to the MTL/ESD
   frequently result in changes to associated courseware.

6.4. Air Force and ATS Contractor Interface :
   6.4.1. Unsatisfactory Student Progress.
      6.4.1.1. If progress is considered unsatisfactory at any time during a student's training, the ATS
      contractor will notify the responsible Air Force representative (training office, squadron opera­
      tions officer, etc.). Following a joint Air Force and ATS contractor review of the identified stu­
      dent's record, the Air Force will determine to continue or terminate training.
      6.4.1.2. The ATS contractor will provide written feedback to the squadron operations officer on
      students who display substandard performance, lack of preparation or participation, or poor atti­
      tude during annual proficiency and refresher training.
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        6.4.1.3. Remediation Procedures. The ATS contractor must receive prompt notification of failed
        flight evaluations that culminate an ATS course. Local procedures must ensure that this notifica­
        tion is completed within 24 hours of the failure for local evaluations and within 24 hours after
        return to home station for off station evaluations. The appropriate MTL/ESD task must be refer­
        enced for all failed evaluations. Student remediation subsequent to a failed flight evaluation may
        be the ATS contractor's responsibility, Air Force's responsibility, or a joint responsibility, depend­
        ing on the nature of the failure. In every case, close coordination is required to achieve maximum
        student progress. Direct contact with the appropriate ATS contractor instructor supervisor is
        encouraged.
     6.4.2. Flight Training and Evaluation.
        6.4.2.1. An ATS contractor instructor may be scheduled to fly as an observer on the student's first
        flight in the airplane. Make every reasonable effort to ensure this type of interface continues at
        each of the ATS sites. IAW the ATS contract, each operating location will maintain a list of
        approved employees that are allowed to fly as observer crewmembers with an unqualified pilot at
        the controls. Observer crewmembers must comply with AFI 11-401, Aviation Management, Table
        1.1, Note 11, and paragraph 1.10.1.6.
        6.4.2.2. It is essential the AMC evaluation, to guaranteed standards, be conducted in a timely
        manner subsequent to the student's completion of the ground-based training.

6.5. Crew Resource Management (CRM).
     6.5.1. CRM Development. CRM has been designed to train aircrew members to cope with potential
     problems in human behavior affecting a crew's performance. Documented studies of aircraft accidents
     and additional data suggest most human behavior problems observed among aircrews could be
     grouped into three categories: interpersonal communications, situational awareness, and flight team
     leadership.
     6.5.2. CRM Program. CRM is presented on a recurring basis throughout the C-5 ATS. An introduc­
     tion to CRM is presented during initial qualification training. Two mission oriented simulator training
     (MOST) missions are presented during the annual simulator proficiency. These simulator periods are
     dedicated to reviewing and applying CRM principles during simulated operational mission scenarios.

6.6. ATS Courses :
     6.6.1. Continuum Overview.
        6.6.1.1. 32 courses make up the C-5 ATS. Qualification levels in each continuum reflect progres­
        sion of crewmember training from entry status through upgrade to flight examiner. A crewmem­
        ber's point of entry into a continuum is dependent on previous experience and training, current
        crew qualification in the C-5, and currency status. Paragraphs 6.7. through 6.9. provide additional
        details for each of the individual courses. Use of ATS courses for qualification, upgrade, and
        refresher is mandatory unless waived by HQ AMC/A37TA.
        6.6.1.2. The ATS contractor's course designation follows each subparagraph number of para­
        graphs 6.7. through 6.10. along with the locations where the course is normally offered. Main
        operating bases (MOB) are Dover AFB, Lackland AFB, Stewart ANGB, Travis AFB, and Westo­
        ver ARB. Altus AFB is the FTU. Course length in academic training days (less flying) follows
        location.
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6.7. Pilot Continuum : 

   6.7.1. Pilot Initial Qualification Course (PIQ) (Altus) (58). 

       6.7.1.1. This course is designed for an SUPT graduate or a FAIP/OSA pilot, who does not have

       the requisite flying hours/experience for entry into the ACIQ course. 

       6.7.1.2. Course graduates are qualified to operate the aircraft from the left or right seat. Graduates

       are familiar with aerial refueling procedures and operations, and partially mission-qualified. 

   6.7.2. Copilot Mission Qualification Course (CPMQ) (MOB) (7). 

       6.7.2.1. This prepares a pre-MPD PIQ course graduate to be fully mission-qualified. 

       6.7.2.2. Prerequisites include successful completion of PIQ Course. 

   6.7.3. Aircraft Commander Initial Qualification (ACIQ) Course (Altus) (45). 

       6.7.3.1. Course graduates are evaluated in the left seat, either as a pilot or aircraft commander,

       depending on their proficiency. Right-seat evaluation is possible if proficiency does not warrant a

       pilot or aircraft commander evaluation. 

       6.7.3.2. Prerequisites: 

          6.7.3.2.1. Pilots must have at least 1000 hours total flying time and previous certification as a

          fixed-wing aircraft commander.

   6.7.4. Pilot Mission Qualification, Phase I (ACMQ-I) (MOB) (7). 

       6.7.4.1. This prepares an ACIQ Course graduate to be mission-qualified. This is optional for prior

       strategic airlift aircraft commanders and PRCP pilots. 

       6.7.4.2. Prerequisites include successful completion of the ACIQ Course at Altus to include either

       a first pilot or aircraft commander flight evaluation. 

   6.7.5. First Pilot Qualification (FPQ) (MOB) (7). 

       6.7.5.1. This prepares a C-5 qualified copilot for upgrade to first pilot. 

       6.7.5.2. Prerequisites: 

          6.7.5.2.1. Mission-qualified copilot with at least 600 hours total military flight-time. 

          6.7.5.2.2. Squadron operations officer recommendation. 

          6.7.5.2.3. Completion of the Pilot To Aircraft Commander Phase I (V280). 

   6.7.6. Aircraft Commander Qualification (ACQ) Course (Altus) (8). 

       6.7.6.1. Course graduates must complete the Aircraft Commander's Mission Qualification

       (ACMQ) Course before being fully mission-qualified. 

       6.7.6.2. Prerequisites: 

          6.7.6.2.1. Completion of Pilot To Aircraft Commander Phase II (V281). 

          6.7.6.2.2. Minimum flight-time requirements are as follows: 

          TOTAL/C-5

          1000/200 (100 if a prior aircraft commander, or FAIP) 

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            6.7.6.2.3. Sq/CC recommendation. 

     6.7.7. Pilot Air Refueling Qualification (PAR) (Altus) (7). 

        6.7.7.1. Candidates must complete the ACIQ Course, complete or be designated to attend the

        ACQ Course, or be a qualified aircraft commander.

        6.7.7.2. Air Force instructors conduct the ARPTT portion of this course. 

     6.7.8. Aircraft Commander Mission Qualification (ACMQ) (MOB) (2). 

        6.7.8.1. This prepares pilots for upgrade to and certification as a mission-ready aircraft com­

        mander.

        6.7.8.2. Prerequisites: 

            6.7.8.2.1. Minimum flight-time requirements are identical to paragraph 6.7.6.2.

            6.7.8.2.2. Completion of the ACQ Course. NOTE: Prior C-5 aircraft commanders returning to

            C-5 crew duties through the Pilot Requalification Course must complete V281 prior to certifi­

            cation as a mission-ready aircraft commander. Review and completion of the V280 are encour­

            aged. 

     6.7.9. Pilot Mission Qualification, Phase II (ACMQ-II) (MOB) (6). 

        6.7.9.1. This prepares pilots for upgrade to and certification as a mission-ready aircraft com­

        mander.

        6.7.9.2. Prerequisites: 

            6.7.9.2.1. Completion of the ACIQ Course and the ACMQ-I, as applicable. 

            6.7.9.2.2. Completion of V281. 

            6.7.9.2.3. Minimum flight-time requirements are identical to paragraph 6.7.6.2.

     6.7.10. Instructor Aircraft Commander Qualification (IP) (Altus) (8). 

        6.7.10.1. Graduates are evaluated in the right and left seat and qualified as instructor pilots. 

        6.7.10.2. Candidates must be C-5 aircraft commanders with a minimum 200 hours after AC certi­

        fication. 

        6.7.10.3. Sq/CC recommendation. 

     6.7.11. Instructor Pilot Air Refueling Qualification (ARIP) (MOB) (2). 

        6.7.11.1. This provides the aircraft commander instructor pilot with procedural knowledge and

        skills for instructor qualification in air refueling. 

        6.7.11.2. Prerequisites: 

            6.7.11.2.1. Instructor aircraft commander qualified. 

            6.7.11.2.2. Air refueling qualified. 

     6.7.12. Pilot Flight Examiner (FEAC) (MOB) (3). 

        6.7.12.1. This qualifies an instructor pilot for upgrade to flight examiner. 

        6.7.12.2. Prerequisites: 

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          6.7.12.2.1. Candidate must be a qualified C-5 instructor pilot. 

          6.7.12.2.2. Sq/CC recommendation. 

   6.7.13. Pilot Requalification (PREQ) (MOB) (17). 

      6.7.13.1. This requalifies pilots to the highest basic crew position previously held, i.e., pilot or air­

      craft commander.

      6.7.13.2. Prerequisites: 

          6.7.13.2.1. Eligible candidates are graduates of a C-5 initial qualification course returning to

          C-5 crew duties after being unqualified for no more than 5 years nor less than 2 years. 

          6.7.13.2.2. Candidates should complete the following within 60 days prior to enrollment: Pilot

          Requalification Study Guide, initial aircrew life support, AMC and unit required "block train­

          ing", G010, and LL04. 

          6.7.13.2.3. Units ensure prompt issue of T.O.s, Air Force and AMC publications, and study

          guides to accomplish paragraph 6.13.2. Self-study and review time are encouraged prior to

          attendance. 

          6.7.13.2.4. Candidates will complete an AF Form 63, Active Duty Service Commitment

          (ADSC) Acknowledgement Statement, before starting training. Pilot requalification gradu­

          ates will incur an ADSC of 3 years. 

   6.7.14. Pilot Senior Officer (PSOC) (Altus) (8). This course is designed for senior officers and will be

   adjusted to meet their needs. Candidates receive an instructional guide that should be completed prior

   to attending. 


6.8. FE Continuum : 

   6.8.1. FE Initial Qualification (FEIQ) (Altus) (80). 

      6.8.1.1. Candidates are qualified second FEs upon completion. 

      6.8.1.2. Prerequisite is successful completion of the Basic Flight Engineer (BFE) course. 

   6.8.2. First FE Qualification (FFEQ) (MOB) (9). 

      6.8.2.1. This prepares a second FE for upgrade to first FE. 

      6.8.2.2. Prerequisites: 

          6.8.2.2.1. Qualified as a C-5 second FE with 300 PAI hours minimum or prior AMC flight

          engineer who has completed the FEIQ Course. 

          6.8.2.2.2. Completing the first FE Training Guide. 

          6.8.2.2.3. Sq/DO officer recommendation. 

   6.8.3. FE Instructor (IFE) (Altus) (26). 

      6.8.3.1. Candidates are qualified FE instructors upon completion. FE instructor candidates who

      have been instructor qualified and certified in any Air Force aircraft may upgrade in-unit. 

      6.8.3.2. Prerequisites: 

          6.8.3.2.1. Qualified as C-5 first FE. 

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            6.8.3.2.2. Sq/DO recommendation. 

            6.8.3.2.3. Candidates must take and pass a pre-course systems test at the local ATS site before

            attending the IFE course. If an IFE candidate fails the test, he/she cannot re-test for 6 months. 

     6.8.4. FE Flight Examiner (FEFE) (MOB) (3). 

        6.8.4.1. This is designed to qualify a instructor FE as flight examiner. 

        6.8.4.2. Prerequisites: 

            6.8.4.2.1. Qualified C-5 instructor FE. 

            6.8.4.2.2. Sq/CC recommendation. 


6.9. LM Continuum : 

     6.9.1. LM Initial Qualification (LMIQ) (Altus) (41). 

        6.9.1.1. Graduates are C-5 unqualified LMs and must attend the LM Mission Qualification

        Course (LMMQ) to become fully mission-qualified. 

        6.9.1.2. Course prerequisite is successful completion of the Basic Loadmaster (BLM) course . 

     6.9.2. LM Mission Qualification (LMMQ) (MOB) (9). 

        6.9.2.1. This prepares the LMIQ Course graduate to be fully mission-qualified. 

        6.9.2.2. Prerequisites: 

            6.9.2.2.1. Completion of the C-5 LM Initial Qualification Course (Altus). 

            6.9.2.2.2. Completion of initial ground training requirements of this instruction and AFI

            11-202, Volume 1. 

     6.9.3. LM Instructor Qualification (ILM) (MOB) (10). 

        6.9.3.1. This trains fully qualified LMs to become instructors. 

        6.9.3.2. Prerequisites. Students must be recommended by their Sq/DO. 

     6.9.4. LM Flight Examiner (FELM) (MOB) (2). This prepares instructor LMs for upgrade to flight

     examiner. Candidates must be recommended by their Sq/CC. Prerequisites include specific reading

     assignments that must be accomplished prior to start. 


6.10. Continuation Training : 

     6.10.1. Pilot and FE Proficiency Course (PREF or FEREF) (Altus, MOB) (6/8). Course continues

     with experiential learning begun in the initial qualification courses. While primarily designed for a

     qualified crewmember, it may also be used to train crewmembers who are temporarily in an unquali­

     fied status. Prior coordination with unit training office is required prior to scheduling unqualified

     crewmembers. Enrollees must, however, be graduates of a C-5 initial qualification at Altus. In the

     event that unqualified and/or upgrading crewmembers attend this course, they are required to bring

     their training guides so that the ATS contractor instructors may review and grade their performance.

     All items listed on pilot and FE MTL/ESDs may be covered during the course. The following addi­

     tional requirements apply: 

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      6.10.1.1. Preparation. All assigned takeoff and landing data, reading assignments, and quizzes
      must be completed prior to each mission to earn completion credit. All professional equipment
      and publications must be available for use.
      6.10.1.2. Crew Qualification. Schedule crews as would be scheduled for a normal mission.
      Unqualified and noncurrent crewmembers may be used as fill-ins on a limited basis. Squadrons
      will make every effort to schedule crews in realistic crew complements (e.g., aircraft commander,
      pilot, two first engineers, or a first engineer and a second engineer). Missions may be altered to
      permit flexibility in training; however, all outlined items must be completed during the annual
      ATD program.
      6.10.1.3. Attendance. Crewmembers must attend the entire prebrief, mission, and debrief in order
      to receive credit for a particular mission. Missions will be scheduled using either the two 2-day or
      one 4-day option during each semiannual period.
   6.10.2. Simulator Proficiency Sortie (SPS) (MOB) (1). The SPS satisfies the requirements of an air­
   craft proficiency sortie (M010).
   6.10.3. FE Systems Refresher (FESR) (MOB) (5). This maintains FE knowledge and proficiency at
   the mission-qualified level. First flight engineers and higher will attend C-5 Flight Engineer Systems
   Refresher (FESR) annually within the 6-month eligibility period following the end of the individual’s
   birth month or currency reference month. FESR for second flight engineers is optional but encour­
   aged. Individuals who instruct in the FESR within their eligibility period may take credit for that por­
   tion of the course actually taught. FEs who complete Flight Engineer Instructor (IFE) or First Flight
   Engineer Qualification (FFEQ) during their 6-month eligibility period may credit the FESR.
   6.10.4. LM Refresher Course (LMREF) (MOB) (3). Course is designed to be accomplished in 3 days;
   however, length may vary with individual student proficiency and knowledge. LMs will attend
   refresher training annually. The eligibility period is the 6-month period following the end of the indi­
   vidual's birth month or currency reference month. The block training will include all annual ground
   training required to maintain currency. Use LM initial qualification date to establish the date training
   last completed. Individuals who instruct in the LM refresher within their eligibility period may take
   credit for that portion of the course actually taught. LMs who attend Loadmaster Initial Qualification
   (LMIQ), Loadmaster Mission Qualification (LMMQ), or the Instructor Loadmaster Qualification
   (ILM) course during their eligibility period will satisfy annual refresher training requirements. Load­
   master refresher training satisfies the Hazardous Cargo (G182) ground continuation training require­
   ment.
      6.10.4.1. Manuals and professional gear are required for accomplishing assessment tests and CPT
      systems training.
      6.10.4.2. A CRM refresher session is included in the LMREF. Because of the interaction required,
      it is imperative to have a full class so the CRM session can meet its objectives.
      6.10.4.3. iPaq and HP 200 computers are not authorized during LM refresher.

6.11. Air Force Instructor Flight Training Handbook :
   6.11.1. This publication provides Air Force instructors with general information, guidance for admin­
   istering flight training and evaluations, instructions for completing training records, listing of ATS
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     training forms required for each, disposing training records, and recommended profiles for training
     flights. Squadron training offices will maintain a copy of this handbook.
     6.11.2. All personnel are encouraged to submit changes to the handbook according paragraph 6.15.

6.12. Scheduling :
     6.12.1. Local Procedures. Local procedures will be developed at each of MOB for scheduling ATS
     students. The unit training office at each MOB will ensure that procedures are sufficient to minimize
     schedule changes and turbulence. Missions will not be scheduled with only one flight engineer with­
     out the approval of the active duty operations group commander (not applicable to AFRC/ANG). ATS
     contractor personnel will not substitute or fill-in for missing or late crewmembers.
     6.12.2. Enrollment. Enrollment for all ATS courses will be accomplished through the unit training
     office at MOBs. Each MOB training office will also establish procedures to accommodate ANG and
     AFRC training requirements. Names and other personal data required by the ATS contractor will be
     passed to their scheduler not later than the time established by the host training office.
     6.12.3. Class Size. Class size for all ATS courses will be as established in the appropriate course sum­
     mary document (CSD). Every attempt will be made by the MOB training office to ensure that all
     classes are filled. Scheduling personnel from different squadrons in the same class is encouraged in
     order to efficiently use all ATS allocations. The ATS may accommodate less than full classes on a
     case-by-case basis when the class is needed to obtain mission ready status, e.g., pilot requalification.
     6.12.4. Remediation Scheduling. When a student is required to return to the ATS contractor for reme­
     diation of deficient areas or for mandated academic training sessions, the student's squadron will coor­
     dinate with the appropriate ATS contractor instructor supervisor to arrange a training date.
     6.12.5. Late or No-Shows. Course completion credit may be withheld in cases where student tardi­
     ness interferes with class training. For WST and CPT sessions, the definition is 15 minutes after mis­
     sion briefing time. Classes that cannot be conducted without the late student's presence will be
     cancelled at the 30-minute point; e.g., a WST session that has a pilot no-show will be cancelled since
     the mission cannot be effectively conducted.
     6.12.6. Cancellations. Deletions from the ATS schedule will vary at each training site because of the
     training offered and the impact to scheduling. Deletions from the ATS schedule made prior to 1200 the
     duty day before class start are considered cancellations and will not be counted against student
     throughput. Deletions made after that time will be considered no-shows. Altus cancellations must be
     made not later than Wednesday of the week prior to class start due to the impact of scheduling changes
     on PFT.
     6.12.7. Wing Option Time.
        6.12.7.1. The ATS contractor will provide a predetermined number of hours per month (cumula­
        tive on all devices), per site, for AMC use of the training equipment. An operator (not instructor)
        will be provided during this "option" time. Total monthly option time may vary from year to year,
        depending on contract changes.
        6.12.7.2. If an Air Force instructor is required, he should provide the operator with a lesson plan
        or outline prior to entering the device.
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   6.12.8. Fill-Ins. Fill-in time will be made available for flight engineers in support of pilot courses and
   vice versa. The fill-in student can gain valuable experience and needed upgrade training during these
   periods. Mission profiles will be flown to support the scheduled training. Additional training/currency
   items may be accomplished as time and conditions permit.
   6.12.9. Unit WST Support. Units are required to provide pilot or FE support for WST courses when
   necessary. Unit training offices will establish procedures to determine when support is required and
   notify the appropriate personnel. If support is not provided, the course may be canceled.

6.13. Administration :
   6.13.1. Project Officers (PO) and Quality Assurance Representatives (QAR). Air Force-appointed
   ATS POs and QARs are primary focal points and the liaison agency between the Air Force and the
   ATS contractor. POs and QARs are the only Air Force personnel empowered to evaluate any compo­
   nent of contract compliance. These individuals are entrusted with quality assurance, are the only
   authorized office (unit-level) to direct contractor to perform or stop work via the contracting officer’s
   direction, and are accountable for these actions. Each wing or group commander will establish ATS
   PO and QAR positions and enforce directives, requirements, and procedures established by DOD and
   MAJCOM directives and publications. ATS POs and QARs must maintain a current copy of the ATS
   contract, designated quality assurance regulations and directives, and quality assurance procedures.
   6.13.2. Summative Evaluation. AMC has established a requirement for the ATS contractor to evalu­
   ate on-the-job performance of the ATS program and its graduates. The objective of this on-going
   "summative evaluation" is to ensure the ATS produces qualified graduates. The ATS contractor has
   established a system to ensure a steady flow of information to maintain the quality, effectiveness, and
   currency of ATS. Revisions to ATS will be based on this information.
   6.13.3. ATS Feedback. Feedback includes inputs from graduates, supervisors, and evaluators. Analy­
   sis of these data helps to determine if on-the-job performance of graduates meets MTL/ESD stan­
   dards. The importance of this on-the-job performance feedback from graduates, supervisors, and
   evaluators cannot be overemphasized. The data are vital to establishing a database to identify trends
   and support revisions to the ATS.
   6.13.4. ATS Data Collection. Evaluator feedback questionnaires, Post-training graduate question­
   naires and personal interviews are used to collect feedback data on the ATS. For more information
   regarding questionnaires and interviews, contact the local ATS contractor training manager.
      6.13.4.1. Evaluator feedback questionnaires (not applicable to 97 AMW personnel). Complete
      one of these questionnaires for every flight evaluation, regardless of whether or not the examinee
      is a graduate of the ATS, and return to the ATS contractor.
      6.13.4.2. Post training graduate feedback questionnaire. The ATS contractor sends questionnaires
      to the graduate's supervisors within 2 months after the graduate has completed training. Squadrons
      must ensure questionnaires are distributed to the graduate's supervisors and time is made available
      to complete them. The supervisor will complete questionnaires and promptly return them to the
      ATS contractor.
      6.13.4.3. Personal Interviews. These interviews are used to obtain first hand information from
      graduates, supervisors, and evaluators on how well the ATS is performing. The ATS contractor
      will coordinate directly with the unit and provide the names of individuals selected for interviews.
      Date, time, and location will be selected so as not to interfere with either the unit's mission or the
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        individual's schedule. The ATS contractor instructor or management personnel will conduct the
        interview.
     6.13.5. Training Forms. Use of ATS training forms is explained in each Air Force instructor flight
     training handbook and in applicable student guides.
     6.13.6. Notification of Evaluations. All ATS training folders will be returned to the ATS contractor,
     complete with evaluation results and a completed evaluation feedback questionnaire, within 5 work­
     ing days after the flight evaluation or unit certification. For off-station evaluations, use 5 working days
     after return to home station as a guide.

6.14. Browsing :
     6.14.1. Application. This paragraph applies to browser students using the CBT portion of the ATS.
     6.14.2. Procedures.
        6.14.2.1. Browser time is on a space-available basis.
        6.14.2.2. All browser requests are to be coordinated with the ATS contractor's scheduling section.
        6.14.2.3. Browsers may review all lessons.
        6.14.2.4. LM mission qualification students are not to be scheduled as browsers to review a lesson
        for remediation of deficient areas. Remediation for this will be scheduled by coordinating with the
        ATS contractor's LM supervisor.

6.15. Courseware Changes. Changes to ATS courseware, including the MTL/ESD, may be proposed by
any C-5 crewmember. Changes are submitted on the ATS contractor's quality assurance change proposal
(QACP) form. QACPs will be sent through operations group training channels to Detachment 2
AMCAOS at Altus AFB, Oklahoma. Detachment 2 AMCAOS will coordinate with the ATS contractor
and originator, and provide feedback to reflect action taken. QACP forms are available from the ATS con­
tractor training coordination officer at each site.
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Table 6.1. C-5 ATS Courses.

Pilot
                     Course Title                 Course ID
Air Force Mission Support System                   AFMSS
Pilot Initial Qualification                         PIQ
Copilot Mission Qualification                      CPMQ
Aircraft Commander Qualification                    ACQ
Pilot Aerial Refueling Qualification                PAR
Pilot Flight Examiner Qualification                FEAC
Pilot Requalification                              PREQ
Instructor Pilot Qualification                       IP
Pilot Senior Officer Qualification                 PSOC
First Pilot Qualification                           FPQ
Aircraft Commander Mission Qualification           ACMQ
Instructor Pilot Aerial Refueling Qualification     ARIP
Pilot Simulator Proficiency                         PREF
Aircraft Commander Initial Qualification            ACIQ
Pilot Mission Qualification, Phase I              ACMQ-I
Pilot Mission Qualification, Phase II             ACMQ-II
Simulator Proficiency Sortie                        SPS
Flight Engineer
Flight Engineer Initial Qualification               FEIQ
First Flight Engineer Qualification                FFEQ
Flight Engineer Instructor Qualification            IFE
Flight Engineer Simulator Proficiency              FEREF
Flight Engineer Flight Examiner                     FEFE
Flight Engineer Systems Refresher                   FESR
Loadmaster
Loadmaster Initial Qualification                   LMIQ
Loadmaster Mission Qualification                   LMMQ
Loadmaster Instructor Qualification                 ILM
Loadmaster Flight Examiner Qualification           FELM
Loadmaster Refresher                               LMREF
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Maintenance
                  Course Title         Course ID
Maintenance Engine Run Qualification    MERQ
Maintenance Engine Run Refresher        MERR
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Table 6.2. C-5 ATS Pilot Course Summary. (Before 1 Oct 04) 

      From                To               Prerequisites          Tasks And Events Required Prior
                                                                  To Certification
Unqualified        BAQ Copilot                                    Pilot Initial Qual (PIQ) Course.
Copilot
BAQ Copilot        Copilot                                        Copilot Mission Qual (CPMQ)
                                                                  Course at MOB and completion of
                                                                  applicable portions of Chapter 3.
Copilot            AR Copilot       .                             Local copilot AR upgrade.
Copilot            First Pilot      .                             First Pilot Qual (FPQ) Course, V280
                                    600 total hours               completed, flight evaluation.
                                    Recommendation of
                                    squadron ops officer.
First Pilot        AC               AFSC: 11A2A.                  Complete V281 and V282. AC
                                    Flying hours/total PAA2       Qualification (ACQ) Course (not
                                     1000/2001                    required for previous qual fixed wing
                                                                  ACs who have completed AC Initial
                                    Recommendation of             Qual (ACIQ) Course), certification.
                                    squadron commander.
Aircraft           AR AC                                          Pilot AR Qual (PAR) Course, flight
Commander                                                         evaluation.
Aircraft           Instructor AC    .                             Instructor Pilot Qual (IP) Course at
Commander                           Flying hours: 200 hours       97 AMW (not required for previous
                                    after AC certification.       qual), flight evaluation.
                                    Recommendation of
                                    squadron commander.
Instructor Aircraft Air Refueling                                 Complete ARIP course, flight
Commander           IP              Recommendation of             evaluation.
                                    squadron commander.
Instructor Aircraft Flight Examiner Recommendation of             Pilot Flight Examiner (FEAC)
Commander           AC              squadron commander.           Course.

NOTES:
  1.	 100 hours for previous qual 3/4-eng jet or turbo-prop AC.
   2.	 SUPT time is creditable toward total time for prerequisite minimum flying hour upgrade require­
       ments. Prerequisite times must be met prior to entry into AC and IP upgrade training.
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Table 6.3. C-5 ATS Pilot Course Summary. (After 1 Oct 04)
        From                To                 Prerequisites        Tasks And Events Required Prior
                                                                    To Certification
Unqualified         BAQ Pilot                                       Pilot Initial Qual (PIQ) Course.
Pilot,
BAQ Pilot           Pilot                                           Completion of applicable portions
                                                                    of Chapter 3.
Pilot               Aircraft            Flying hours/total PAA2     Complete V281 and V282. Pilot
                    Commander            1000/2001                  Checkout Course. Certification.

                                        Recommendation of
                                        squadron commander.
Aircraft            AR AC               .                           Pilot AR Qual (PAR) Course, flight
Commander                                                           evaluation.
Aircraft            Instructor AC       Flying hours: 200 hours     Instructor Pilot Qual (IP) Course at
Commander                               after AC certification.     97 AMW (not required for previous
                                        Recommendation of           qual), flight evaluation.
                                        squadron commander.
Instructor          Air Refueling IP    Recommendation of           Complete ARIP course, flight
Aircraft                                squadron commander.         evaluation.
Commander
Instructor          Flight Examiner                                 Pilot Flight Examiner (FEAC)
Aircraft            AC                  Recommendation of           Course.
Commander                               squadron commander.

NOTES:
  1.	 100 hours for previous qual 3/4-eng jet or turbo-prop AC.
     2.	 SUPT time is creditable toward total time for prerequisite minimum flying hour upgrade require­
         ments. Prerequisite times must be met prior to entry into AC and IP upgrade training.
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Table 6.4. C-5 ATS Flight Engineer Course Summary. 

         From                To              Prerequisites       Tasks And Events Required Prior
                                                                 To Certification
Apprentice FE       2nd FE                BFE Course ETCA.       FE Initial Qual (FEIQ) Course, qual
                                                                 eval, in-unit certification.
2d FE               1st FE                300 PAA hours,      First FE Qual (AR) Course,
                                          recommendation of completion of FE training guide,
                                          squadron operations qualification evaluation.
                                          officer.
1st FE              Instructor FE         Recommendation of FE Instructor Qual (IFE) Course,
                                          squadron operations initial qual eval.
                                          officer.
Instructor FE       Flight Examiner FE    Recommendation of FE Flight Examiner Qual (FEFE)
                                          squadron          Course.
                                          commander.

Table 6.5. C-5 ATS Loadmaster Course Summary.
         From                 To              Prerequisites        Tasks And Events Required Prior
                                                                   To Certification
Basic Loadmaster     C-5 Basic LM          BLM Course ETCA. LM Initial Qual (LMIQ) Course
                                                            evaluation.
C-5 Basic LM         Mission Qual Airland LM Initial Qual.         LM Mission Qual (LMMQ) Course,
                     LM                                            completion of training guide, qual
                                                                   evaluation.
Airland LM           Instructor LM         Recommendation of       LM Instructor Qual (ILM) Course,
                                           squadron operations     qual evaluation.
                                           officer.
Instructor LM        Flight Examiner LM    Recommendation of LM Flight Examiner Qual (FELM)
                                           squadron commander. Course, administrative upgrade.
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                                                Chapter 7

                        ARMS IDENTIFIERS AND COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

7.1. Description. Event Identifiers and Descriptions.


7.2. Academic Training Identifiers. 

     7.2.1. A001--Initial Qualification Academic Course. 

     7.2.2. A002--Aircraft Commander Upgrade Qualification Academic Course (ACA). 

     7.2.3. A003--Senior Staff Orientation Course. 

     7.2.4. A004--Senior Staff Qualification Course. 

     7.2.5. A010--Instructor Academic Training. 

     7.2.6. A016--Reserve Associate Program Orientation Indoctrination. 

     7.2.7. A017--Instructions/Directive Knowledge/Use. 

     7.2.8. A018--Aircraft Commander Responsibilities. 

     7.2.9. A034--Requalification Course. 

     7.2.10. A044--Instructor (CFIC) Pre-Attendance Workbook. 

     7.2.11. A052--Receiver Air Refueling Indoctrination. 

     7.2.12. A053--Receiver Air Refueling (Initial). 

     7.2.13. A060--Flight Examiners Course. 

     7.2.14. A100--TACC Orientation. 


7.3. Ground (G) Training Events. 

     7.3.1. Responsibilities. 

        7.3.1.1. The WG/CC will ensure aircrew ground training programs are supported by unit/local

        level agencies. Host and/or co-located units will develop local agreements to consolidate required

        training support. 

        7.3.1.2. OG/CC is responsible for establishing and maintaining the academic training program for

        non-ATS courses (may delegate to squadron level). The OG or squadron OPR will: 

            7.3.1.2.1. Appoint primary and alternate instructors for each non-ATS course to be taught. 

            7.3.1.2.2. Publish a ground training schedule (period determined by MAJCOM) to include

            date, time, location, attending students and instructor for each course (ATS and non-ATS)

            scheduled. If a designated instructor for any course is not available, another academic instruc­

            tor may teach the course. This substitute instructor must be approved either by the Sq/CC or

            designated representative (non-ATS only) and must be given sufficient time to prepare. If

            either condition is not met, the course will be rescheduled. 

            7.3.1.2.3. Use MAJCOM, ATS, or unit-developed products or syllabi for all courses as appli­

            cable. Local supplements to courseware are encouraged. Units will locally reproduce MAJ­

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         COM-provided courseware. Also, units will manage and administer computer-based training
         (CBT) programs and interactive courseware (ICW) products when made available.
         7.3.1.2.4. Develop a procedure to monitor the academic training program for course content,
         currency of materials, instructor availability, and status of training aids. Recommend to the
         commander changes to existing courses or additional academic training courses required
         based on crewmember feedback.
         7.3.1.2.5. Send recommendations for changes, additions, and deletions of courses through
         channels to the appropriate MAJCOM with an information copy to HQ AMC/A37T.
     7.3.1.3. Instructor Selection and Training. OG/CC or designee specified in unit supplement will
     select course instructors for non-ATS courses on the basis of professional qualifications and apti­
     tude. Instructors must complete either a FTU or a local training program before assuming instruc­
     tor duties. Local academic instructor program will follow guidance in AFMAN 36-2236,
     Guidebook for Air Force Instructors. NOTE: A crewmember that instructs (a class) may receive
     credit for the academic training requirement.
     7.3.1.4. Records and Documentation. Units should use AF Form 1522, ARMS Additional Train-
     ing Accomplishment Report to record training accomplishments. Small arms training will be
     recorded on AF Form 522, USAF Ground Weapons Training Data. Course instructors will
     deliver these forms to the appropriate scheduling and training documentation sections within one
     duty day after the class is taught.
  7.3.2. Ground Training Course Descriptions.
     7.3.2.1. G002--Aircraft Marshaling Training and Examination. Purpose. To ensure crew­
     members understand proper marshaling procedures to prevent aircraft taxi incidents. Description.
     Review of AFI 11-218, Aircraft Operations and Movement on the Ground, followed by a 20-ques­
     tion test. OPR:. MAJCOM: HQ AMC/A37T. Unit: Squadron.
     7.3.2.2. G003--Flightline Security and Drivers Examination. Purpose. To ensure crewmem­
     bers understand proper flightline driving and security procedures. Crewmembers who are required
     to drive on the flightline must receive this course. Description. Training, examination, and certifi­
     cation to drive vehicles on the flightline according to local procedures. Also includes a briefing by
     the flightline constable covering the physical layout of restricted areas and owner or user respon­
     sibility for security reporting and detection. OPR: MAJCOM: HQ AMC/A37A/SFO Unit: Chief,
     Airfield Management and Flightline Constable.
     7.3.2.3. G007-- Flight Records Review. Governed by AFI 11-401.
     7.3.2.4. G010-- Chemical/Biological Defense Training. Also called NBCC Defense training for
     aircrew members. Purpose. Training goal is to provide the required knowledge and skills to plan,
     respond to and recover from a Full Spectrum Threat Response (FSTR) event. Training helps
     increase the knowledge and level of proficiency required to respond to and conduct FSTR opera­
     tions. It also provides base populace with the knowledge and skills needed to survive to operate
     (STO) during the full spectrum of disasters. Description. Academic and hands-on training on
     ground crew protective equipment components according to AFI 10-2501, Full Spectrum Threat
     Response (FSTR) Planning and Operations. Training includes Explosive Ordnance Reconnais­
     sance (EOR) training. Units may combine this training with LL04 (Aircrew Chemical Defense
     Training), provided both aircrew and ground ensembles are covered. Aircrew Life Support per­
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     sonnel will cover Aircrew-specific procedures. Qualified CE readiness personnel will instruct
     ground crew protective equipment. OPR: MAJCOM/CEO. Unit: Civil Engineering Readiness
     Flight. Curriculum Development: HQ AFCESA/CEX and local Civil Engineering Readiness
     Flight. Instructor: Qualified Disaster Preparedness Instructor.
     7.3.2.5. G060. Tactical Procedures. Purpose. To provide the crewmember with information
     necessary for the effective and successful completion of the unit’s assigned employment mission.
     Description. Course will include both specialized briefings and individual or aircrew study of all
     areas pertinent to completing the unit’s assigned tasking. The lesson will be based on information
     in AFTTP 3-1, and AFTTP 3-3.35B Air Force Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures, and any doc­
     uments pertinent to completing the unit’s assigned mission. Staff specialists will be available dur­
     ing periods of aircrew self-study to assist in strengthening weak areas and answering questions.
     Each unit’s tactics training should be tailored to their mission. Include unit mission intelligence
     brief. Intelligence personnel will conduct this portion of the brief. As a minimum, the Tactics
     Course will cover items in Table 7.1.. as determined applicable to the unit mission by the Sq/CC.
     OPR: MAJCOM for AMC units, AMWC, HQ AMC/A32K/A37T/A36A/A35X/STSP. Unit: Tac­
     tics Branch, COMSEC responsible officer (CRO), wing, OG, and squadron training personnel.
     Instructors: Tactics instructors and applicable wing staff agencies as required. Training Aids: As
     required, e.g., video--SAFE PASSAGE Procedures for Aircrews. Additional Information. Writ­
     ten criterion tests (as required) may be given individually or as a crew effort. “Laws of Armed
     Conflict” (LOAC) and “Protection from Terrorism” may be taught in conjunction with G-060.
     Coordinate with the staff judge advocate for LOAC training and security forces for Protection
     from Terrorism training.
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Table 7.1. Tactics Course Requirements. 

Unit Mission Brief:                                  Composite Force Structure:
Conventional employment                                Operations theory
Tasking under regional OPLANS                          Threat warning and information dissemination
Peacekeeping operations                                Close control versus broadcast (bullseye) control
 * COMSEC user requirements                            High value airborne asset (HVAA) protection
Aircraft Systems                                       Low level navigation and AR
  Defensive Systems (DS)                               Large formation operations
Have Quick (Note 1)                                  Exercise and Conflict Lessons Learned
KY-58, SECURE VOICE, SATCOM (Note 1)                   Unit lessons learned
Unit specific equipment (NVG, etc.)                    MAJCOM and theater lessons learned
ATO and SPINS                                        Threat System Description and Capabilities
  ATO breakout and use                                 Surface-to-air and air-to-air systems including
                                                     blue and gray threat
  SPINS usage                                          Threat employment doctrine
AFKAI-1, USAF Voice Call Sign List (Note 1)          SAFE PASSAGE
  Use of code words, chattermarks                    * IFF procedures and equipment operation
Aircraft Aerodynamics                                  Friendly air defense systems
  Energy Management                                    Authentication procedures
  Fighter maneuvers against AMC aircraft               Airspace control and air defense measures
  Tactical maneuvering against threat                  Unit and theater specific SAFE PASSAGE
                                                     procedures
  Compare threat aircraft to AMC aircraft            * Flight Information Handbook Review
Defensive Maneuvering                                Tactical Deception
  Long range and radar missile defense                 Basic principle and concepts
  Short range IR and guns                              AMC aircraft participation and involvement

NOTE: May be credited towards G080, Communications Procedures. Items covered under another event
are optional in G060.
      7.3.2.6. G070 Aircrew Intelligence Training. Purpose. Improve aircrew member understand­
      ing of the threat to unit assets and directly contribute to mission success and aircrew survival.
      Includes unit mission intelligence brief. Training will be conducted by intelligence personnel in
      coordination with tactics officers, base judge advocate general, and security forces, as appropriate,
      to meet aircrew training requirements. Credit event on completion of all required training.
      Description. See AFI 14-103, Threat Recognition Training Program, and applicable MAJCOM
      guidance. (e.g., AMCI 14-105, Unit Intelligence Mission and Responsiblities). OPR: HQ AMC/
      INF Curriculum development: Unit/Wing Intelligence shops. Training Media: Lecture.
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     Instructor: Qualified intelligence instructor, JA, SF. Additional Information. G100, “Laws of
     Armed Conflict" (LOAC) and G110, "Protection from Terrorism" (PFT) may be taught in con­
     junction with Aircrew Intelligence Training or with a computer based training program. Coordi­
     nate with the staff judge advocate for LOAC training and the security forces for PFT training. The
     unit intelligence officer may administer an aircrew intelligence related test to determine if addi­
     tional training is required. Not required for FTU instructors.
     7.3.2.7. G080--Communications Procedures. Purpose. To ensure crewmembers possess a thor­
     ough knowledge of all communication and COMSEC requirements. Description. This course
     includes detailed discussion of equipment operation, procedures, and training requirements appli­
     cable to peacetime and wartime communications operations. Also included: The proper use, pro­
     tection, disposition, and accountability of COMSEC aids (See AFI 33-211 and MAJCOM
     supplements). Cover the following subjects (as applicable): authentication procedures, IFF/SIF
     codes and equipment, HAVE QUICK, Secure Voice, L-BAND SATCOM, FIH review, COMSEC
     user requirements (See AF Form 4168, COMSEC Responsible Officer and User Training
     Checklist . OPR: MAJCOM: HQ AMC/A37T/A36A/A35X/STSP. Unit: COMSEC responsible
     officer (CRO), wing, OG, and squadron training personnel and ATS instructors (if included in ATS
     contract).
     7.3.2.8. G090--Anti-Hijacking. Purpose. Provide crewmembers with training on US Air Force
     policy and guidance on preventing and resisting aircraft piracy (hijacking). Description. This
     training will meet requirements in AFPD 16-8, Arming Of Aircrew, Mobility, And Oversea Per-
     sonnel and AFI 31-207, Arming And Use Of Force By Air Force Personnel and is designed to sup­
     plement training requirements in 36-2226, Combat Arms Program. OPR: MAJCOM: HQ AMC/
     A37T. Unit: ATS contractor. Curriculum development: As required. Training aids: CBT ful­
     fills requirement. Unit: The unit may supplement CBT training with instructor led discussions
     based on the Use of Force Model (UFM) in AFI 31-207 and criterion test (locally developed).
     7.3.2.9. G100--Laws of Armed Conflict. Purpose. Ensure crewmembers understand the
     LOAC. Description. See requirements in AFPD 51-4, Compliance With the Law of Armed Con-
     flict (LOAC) and AFI 51-401, Training And Reporting To Ensure Compliance With The Law Of
     Armed Conflict. “All commanders will ensure that assigned personnel are trained in the principles
     and rules of LOAC. At a minimum, training will include subjects required by the 1949 Geneva
     Conventions for the Protection of War Victims and the Hague Convention IV respecting the Laws
     and Customs of War on Land of 1907.” OPR: MAJCOM: JA Staff. Unit: Commanders may sup­
     plement AF or MAJCOM LOAC training programs. Training aids: LOAC training is available in
     several formats including web-based training at: http://www.hafdash1.hq.af.mil/
     index.cfm?action=education or MAJCOM/JA staff web sites. Completing any LOAC training
     course fulfills the requirement. Additional Information. Due to the different mission require­
     ments, units have the option of putting increased emphasis on those areas in the course of particu­
     lar interest to them. During wartime or contingency operations, commanders may direct staff to
     conduct LOAC training in coordination between JA.
     7.3.2.10. G110--Level 1 Antiterrorism (AT) Awareness Training. Purpose. Crewmembers
     complete G110 annually to meet DoD Standards 22 training requirements in AFI 10-245, The Air
     Force Antiterrorism (AT) Standards. Individual AT training is an essential element of an overall
     AT program. Each individual must be exposed at the earliest opportunity to share the responsibil­
     ity of ensuring alertness and the application of personal protection measures. Description. Intro­
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     duction to Terrorism, Terrorist Operations, Individual Protective Measures, Terrorist Surveillance
     Techniques, Improvised Explosive Device (IED) Attacks (NOTE: Ensure special emphasis is
     placed on secondary IED tactic), Kidnapping & Hostage Survival, Explanation of Terrorism,
     Threat Levels, and FPCON System. Include security reporting, safeguarding aircraft and COM-
     SEC equipment, and individual responsibilities and protective measures. OPR: MAJCOM: Typi­
     cally SF staff. Unit: ATS contractor and Security Police Squadron. Training Aids: Annual Level
     1 AT Awareness training may be accomplished by any level II certified personnel or per DoD
     sponsored computer-based training and/or distance learning.
     7.3.2.11. G120--Isolated Personnel Report (ISOPREP) Review. Purpose. To generate (if nec­
     essary), review, and ensure accuracy of crewmember isolated personnel reports. Description.
     Semiannual review of isolated personnel report (ISOPREP) card. See AFDD 34, Combat Search
     and Rescue Operations. Currency expires 180-days from event accomplishment. OPR: MAJ-
     COM: HQ AMC/IN. Unit: Intelligence officer.
     7.3.2.12. G130--Instrument Refresher Course. Purpose. To ensure pilots and navigators pos­
     sess sufficient knowledge of all applicable directives, procedures, and techniques to assure safe
     and professional instrument flying. Description. Guidance for development of unit IRC pro­
     grams, including topics and subject outlines, course length, instructor prerequisites, and methods
     of instruction is contained in AFMAN 11-210, Instrument Refresher Course (IRC) Program.
     Familiarity with AFMAN 11-210 is essential for unit program developers and IRC instructors. For
     MDS crewmembers receiving ATS-provided IRC on an annual basis, log IRC upon completion of
     the ATS course. Complete IRC test requirement according to AFI 11-202 Volume 2 within the
     crewmembers qualification eligibility period. OPR: MAJCOM: HQ AMC/A37T (AETC/DO for
     AETC units). Unit: OG/CC, ATS contractor. Curriculum Development: Air Force Flight Stan­
     dards Agency (AFFSA). Training Aids: CBT, USAF IRC from HQ AFFSA at: http://
     www.andrews.af.mil/tenants/affsa/affsaxo.htm fulfills part of AFMAN 11-210 IRC require­
     ments. Additional support is available from HQ AMC/A37T. Unit program development assis­
     tance can be obtained by contacting HQ AFFSA, as part of their IRC Roadshow. Address the
     following topics (where applicable to unit mission):
        7.3.2.12.1. Controlled flight into terrain (CFIT) (applicable to all).
        7.3.2.12.2. VFR flight rules, maneuvers, and procedures.
        7.3.2.12.3. Operations under the Global Air Traffic Management (GATM).
        7.3.2.12.4. Minimum Navigation Performance Specifications (MNPS) airspace and proce­
        dures.
        7.3.2.12.5. Reduced Vertical Separation Minimums (RVSM) airspace and procedures.
        7.3.2.12.6. Required Navigation Performance (RNP) airspace and procedures.
     7.3.2.13. G150--Approach and Departure Procedures/TERPS. Purpose. Provide flight engi­
     neers with the knowledge and skills necessary to monitor the briefed departure and approach and
     advise the pilots of any deviations that would compromise safety. Description. Training for flight
     engineers to monitor navigation equipment for correct settings and pilots instruments to ensure the
     departure and approach procedures are being accomplished as briefed. OPR: MAJCOM: HQ
     AMC/A37T. Unit: ATS contractor, squadron. Additional Information. Course includes:
        7.3.2.13.1. A breakdown of standard DoD approach plates.
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        7.3.2.13.2. Explanation of aircraft navigation equipment.
        7.3.2.13.3. Departure and terminal arrival procedures.
        7.3.2.13.4. Instrument approach types.
        7.3.2.13.5. The initial approach portion to the final approach portion.
        7.3.2.13.6. Final approach procedures.
     7.3.2.14. G182--Hazardous Cargo. Procedures for identifying and handling hazardous cargo.
     Purpose. Familiarize crewmembers with procedures and restrictions when carrying hazardous
     materials as cargo. Description. Complete MAJCOM or ATS contractor-provided instruction
     designed to review aircrew hazardous procedures and AFJI 11-204, Operational Procedures for
     Aircraft Carrying Hazardous Materials. Complete a 50-question open-book examination if not
     incorporated into computer based training according to AFMAN 24-204 (I), Preparing Hazardous
     Materials for Military Air Shipments. The syllabus will include: 1. Hazardous classification. 2.
     Aircraft loading and passenger movement. 3. Packaging. 4. Tactical and contingency airlift. 5.
     Marking and labeling. 6. Aircrew responsibility. 7. Certification. OPR: MAJCOM: HQ AMC/
     A37T/A3J. Unit: ATS contractor or squadron instructor.
     7.3.2.15. G220--Aircraft Systems Refresher. Purpose. To maintain crew member knowledge
     and proficiency at mission qualified level. Description. The flight engineer system refresher
     (FESR) conducted by the ATS contractor satisfies this event. The refresher course is 30 hours long
     and consists of instructor-based presentation. The loadmaster refresher is 23 hours long and con­
     sists of a combination of IBP, CBT, and CPT training media. The loadmaster refresher satisfies
     hazardous cargo training (G182). OPR: MAJCOM: HQ AMC/A37T. Unit: ATS contractor.
     7.3.2.16. G230--Crew Resource Management (CRM) Refresher. Purpose. Mission-specific
     CRM continuation training conducted according to AFI 11-290, Cockpit/Crew Resource Manage-
     ment Training Program, and MAJCOM supplement. May be accomplished in conjunction with
     CRM simulator. Description. Reinforces initial CRM training through an academic review of the
     common core subjects (according to AFI 11-290) with specific emphasis on an annual refresher
     topic. OPR: MAJCOM: HQ AMC/A37T. Unit: ATS contractor. Additional Information. G230
     must be accomplished before G240, CRM Simulator.
     7.3.2.17. G231--Initial Crew Resource Management (CRM) Training. Purpose. Aircraft and
     crew-specific CRM training conducted according to AFI 11-290 and MAJCOM supplement.
     Description. Introduces common core subjects according to AFI 11-290. If initial CRM is not
     accomplished at the FTU, it must be accomplished within 1 year of reporting to home station.
     Dual log with G230 for AFORMS tracking purposes. OPR: MAJCOM: HQ AMC/A37T. Unit:
     ATS contractor. Additional Information. Completion of any CRM pre-work, if applicable, is
     required before attending CRM training. Prework will be distributed to organizations in sufficient
     time and supply to allow completion. Dual log accomplishment of G231 with G230 for AFORMS
     tracking purposes.
     7.3.2.18. G240--Crew Resource Management (CRM) Simulator. Purpose. To                  provide
     hands-on application of classroom-presented CRM refresher concepts through CRM simulator
     training addressing human factor issues in a realistic mission scenario. Description. CRM mis­
     sion-oriented simulator training (MOST) conducted according to AFI 11-290 and the MAJCOM
     supplement. OPR: MAJCOM: HQ AMC/A37T. Unit: ATS contractor. Additional Information.
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       Should be accomplished in conjunction with G230, CRM Refresher. Optimal scheduling of G240
       is not later than 5 days following completion of G230.
       7.3.2.19. G250 --Refresher Simulator. Purpose. Simulator training emphasizing aircraft sys­
       tems, normal and emergency procedures, and mission specific training requirements. Description.
       There are two programs satisfying the refresher simulator requirement. The first consists of 2 vol­
       umes. Each volume is scheduled for each half of the calendar year. Four WST missions are con­
       ducted during each volume. The first mission of each volume is a MOST mission emphasizing
       crew interaction and problem solving. These missions satisfy G240. The remaining missions are a
       review of aircraft systems, normal, emergency, and instrument procedures, and operational prob­
       lems. The second program is the Advanced Simulator Program (ASP) developed for the active
       duty AMC C-5 pilots and flight engineers. There are three groups (I, II, and III) of three simulator
       missions. Each group is completed semiannually. The simulator missions cover the same areas
       and subjects as Volumes 1 and 2 above with the addition of an IRC specific simulator. A tenth sim­
       ulator mission is a maneuver validation evaluation (MVE) given during the pilot’s evaluation eli­
       gibility period.
       7.3.2.20. G270--Tactics Simulator. Purpose. Scenario-based simulator training focused on
       operations in the tactical environment with emphasis on threat avoidance approach and departure
       maneuvers, defensive systems procedures, and CRM.
       7.3.2.21. G280--Small Arms Training. Purpose. To train crewmembers in successful engage­
       ment of enemy targets within the range and capabilities of their assigned weapon. Description.
       Academics and firing range exercise; includes use of force, live-fire or simulator training. Do not
       use small arms simulator training for initial qualification. See AFI 36-2226, Combat Arms Pro-
       gram and AFI 31-207, Arming and Use of Force by Air Force Personnel. OPR: MAJCOM: HQ
       AMC/SFX. Unit: Security Forces Squadron (SFS). Instructor: Qualified SFS combat arms
       instructor. Additional Information. Course will meet requirements of AFI 36-2226 and include
       use of force training from AFI 31-207. This event is not required before a crewmember is MR.
       Complete training within 180-days of the crewmember becoming MR.
       7.3.2.22. E100--Information Assurance (IA) Awareness Program . Purpose. To integrate
       information systems security policy and practices into the Air Force culture, minimize the oppor­
       tunity for system compromise, and ensure all personnel using Air Force information systems
       understand the necessity and practice of safeguarding information processed, stored, or transmit­
       ted on all these systems. Personnel must understand various concepts of IA countermeasures to
       protect systems and information from sabotage, tampering, denial of service, espionage, fraud,
       misappropriation, misuse, or access by unauthorized persons. This program may also be called,
       Security Awareness Training and Education (SATE). See course description in ETCA, under
       AETC, Ancillary Training. Reference: AFI 33-204, Information Assurance (IA) Awareness Pro-
       gram. See USAF CBT (SmartForce) and additional information on USAF web site at: https://
       private.afca.af.mil/ip/training_menu.cfm.

7.4. Life Support Training Events. MAJCOMs may combine and/or supplement courses to tailor train­
ing to their needs. Refer to AFI 11-301, Volume 1, Aircrew Life Support (ALS) Program, for general
instructions.
   7.4.1. LL01--Life Support Familiarization Training (LSFT). Purpose. To familiarize aircrew
   members with local ALS equipment availability, issue, use, pre-flight, and post-flight procedures.
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     Description. One time event, per base assignment, conducted prior to the first flight at home station.
     This training will be provided for subsequent re-assignments to the same base. See AFI 11-301, Vol­
     ume 1 for course description. OPR: MAJCOM: HQ AMC/A37T. Unit: Aircrew Life Support. Addi-
     tional Information. Each unit is responsible for tailoring training to meet unit needs.
     7.4.2. LL03—Emergency Egress Training, -Non-Ejection Seat. Purpose. To ensure all crew­
     members can explain ground and in-flight egress procedures, are able to identify and document equip­
     ment discrepancies, can perform required egress procedures, and are able to identify, locate and utilize
     appropriate emergency equipment. Also, to ensure all crewmembers understand the operation of fire
     extinguishers located in the aircraft and fire bottles positioned outside the aircraft. The course should
     also address egress difficulties associated with the Aircrew Eye/Respiratory Protection System
     (AERPS) equipment and emergency contamination control. Description. See AFPD 11-3, AFI
     11-301, Volume 1, AFOSH Standard 127-100, and applicable MAJCOM guidance. Observe the crew­
     member’s ability to demonstrate use of aircrew and passenger LSE and ground egress procedures.
     Review an egress scenario to enforce the importance of aircrew coordination actions required for
     emergency situations. Ensure crewmembers are aware of their responsibilities for conducting safety
     briefings according to AFI 11-202, Volume 3, General Flight Rules, and LSE documentation proce­
     dures. OPR: MAJCOM: HQ AMC/A37TL. Unit: Squadron and Aircrew Life Support. Curriculum
     Development: Unit. Instructor: Life support technician or qualified instructor. Training aids: Train­
     ing video and equipment i.e. fire extinguisher and fire bottle Additional Information. Unit schedul­
     ing will coordinate with maintenance to ensure aircraft availability for training. An appropriate
     maintenance stand and safety equipment must be immediately below windows, hatches, and escape
     slides being used. A safety observer or instructor must be positioned on the maintenance stand to
     assist as necessary.
     7.4.3. LL04--Aircrew Chemical Defense Training (ACDT). Academic and equipment training in
     which the crewmember demonstrates and performs donning, doffing, buddy dressing procedures
     using the Aircrew Eye/Respiratory Protection System (AERPS) equipment, and Contamination Con­
     trol Area procedures. Purpose. Provide training to all crewmembers stationed in or subject to deploy­
     ment or operations through a chemical threat area (CTA). Description. See AFI 11-301, Volume 1,
     and MAJCOM supplements for complete course description. Includes in-depth instruction in donning
     the aircrew defense ensemble, post-bailout procedures, and decontamination and doffing. Units may
     combine this training with G010 (Chemical-Biological Warfare Training), provided both aircrew and
     ground ensembles are fully covered. OPR: MAJCOM: HQ AMC/A37T. Unit: Aircrew Life Support.
     Additional Information. Donning, decontamination, and doffing of equipment during exercises may
     fulfill training requirements, based on ADCT instructor’s recommendation.
     7.4.4. LL06--Life Support Equipment Training (LSE). Purpose. Provide training in the use of
     available life support equipment and the principles, procedures, and techniques needed to permit sur­
     vival in varying climatic conditions and environmental regions. Ensure crewmembers are briefed on
     the limitations and safety issues related to LSE. This class is conducted as part of the flightline sylla­
     bus at CCTS for initial qualification students. Description. See AFI 11-301, Volume 1, and the MAJ-
     COM supplement. Includes academic and hands-on training in the location, preflight, and use of all
     life support equipment aboard unit aircraft or issued to unit crewmembers. Course contents should be
     included in LS02, SS05, and LL03 unless specified in MAJCOM supplement. OPR: MAJCOM: HQ
     AMC/A37TL. Unit: Aircrew Life Support.
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   7.4.5. SS02--Combat Survival Training (CST). Academic and field training designed for crew­
   members whose duties may include overflight of or deployment to hostile territory. CST provides
   crewmembers an opportunity to demonstrate their ability to operate life support equipment (LSE),
   employs survival/evasion techniques, and practice rescue procedures under simulated combat condi­
   tions. Purpose. To provide aircrews with the information necessary to survive in any peacetime or
   wartime environment. Description. See AFI 11-301, Volume 1, and MAJCOM supplement. This
   course includes in-depth instruction in physiological and psychological factors, personal protection,
   land navigation, combat recovery and signaling, survival medical training, Code of Conduct, and SAR
   communications. It also satisfies the requirements of AFI 36-2238, Self-Aid and Buddy Care Training.
   OPR: MAJCOM: HQ AMC/A37T Unit: Aircrew Life Support. Additional Information. Each unit
   is responsible for tailoring training to meet unit needs, according to AFI 36-2209, Survival and Code
   of Conduct Training. CST “hands-on” requirement may be met by classroom or field training at unit
   commander discretion based on unit mission. Course length will not exceed one training day. Units
   may schedule crewmembers to complete both CST and WST events in a single training day.
   7.4.6. SS03--Conduct After Capture (CAC). Purpose. Training for aircrews to survive and return
   with honor if they are captured as a combatant or by terrorists. Description. CAC, commonly referred
   to as Resistance Training (RT), provides refresher training for wartime, governmental, and hostage
   detention situations. OPR: AMC/A37TL. Curriculum development: Unit/Wing Survival Training
   Media: Lecture. Instructor: Unit/Wing Survival Instructor. Additional Information: May be
   accomplished in conjunction with SS02. Not required for FTU instructors. Training must be accom­
   plished every 36 months. Aircrew members are NMR if non-current. See AFPD 16-13, Survival, Eva-
   sion, Resistance, and Escape (SERE) for more information.
   7.4.7. SS05--Water Survival Training. Academic and equipment training designed to provide crew­
   members the opportunity to demonstrate their ability to use all weapon-system specific flotation
   devices and components available during an overwater emergency, employ water survival techniques,
   and practice rescue procedures (AFPD 11-3, Life Support, AFI 11-301). Purpose. To provide aircrews
   with the information necessary for a water survival situation. Description. See AFI 11-301, Volume 1,
   and MAJCOM supplement. The objective of this training is to emphasize survivor needs using
   water-related equipment, accessories, and procedures. It also includes emphasis on the use of passen­
   ger support equipment and proper care of passengers during a survival situation. OPR: MAJCOM:
   HQ AMC/A37T. Unit: Aircrew Life Support. Additional Information. Each unit is responsible for
   tailoring training to meet unit needs. The “hands on” requirement may be met by classroom or pool
   training at unit commander discretion based on unit mission. Course length will not exceed 6 hours.
   Units may schedule crewmembers to complete both water survival training and CST in a single train­
   ing day.
   7.4.8. SS07--Contingency SERE Indoctrination (CSI). CSI is a Combatant Command-directed
   activity and is designed to prepare High Risk of Capture (HRC) personnel deploying to a specific the­
   ater of operations or contingency. CSI will be tailored to the specific mission, e.g., fighters, transport
   aircraft or ground forces. Combatant Commands will certify selected SERE Specialists to instruct
   HRC theater preparations. CSI is also referred to as HRC theater preparation. See 16-1301, Survival
   Evasion Resistance Escape (SERE) Operations, for course details. OPR: MAJCOM: HQ AMC/
   A37T. Unit: Aircrew Life Support. Additional Information. As required by contingency and/or the­
   ater training tasking only.

7.5. Mission-Specific (M) Training Events:
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     7.5.1. M010--Proficiency Sortie. The following requirements are listed by crew position:
        7.5.1.1. Pilots. The M010 must be accomplished with an IP (FTU instructors are exempt from the
        IP requirement). As a minimum, a pilot proficiency sortie will consist of the following:
            7.5.1.1.1. Review of boldface emergency procedures.
            7.5.1.1.2. Three instrument approaches.
            7.5.1.1.3. Missed approach.
            7.5.1.1.4. VFR traffic pattern (weather permitting).
        7.5.1.2. In addition, the following should be accomplished when available and applicable:
            7.5.1.2.1. Holding pattern or procedure turn (to include entry).
            7.5.1.2.2. Circling approach.
            7.5.1.2.3. Simulated engine-out landing.
            7.5.1.2.4. Simulated engine-out go-around or missed approach.
            7.5.1.2.5. Partial flap landing (if applicable).
        7.5.1.3. If circumstances prevent completion on one sortie, credit may be taken after a second
        IP-supervised sortie, provided the combined activity fulfills the intent of this paragraph. Instruc­
        tors should tailor each proficiency sortie to the individual pilot's needs. Particular emphasis should
        be placed on simulated systems malfunctions, simulated-engine out operations, and instrument
        procedures. IPs will have individuals repeat maneuvers until proficient before crediting. IPs may
        credit a proficiency sortie after accomplishing all required events.
        7.5.1.4. Flight Engineers. All training and crew qualification levels will accomplish at least one
        proficiency sortie in the basic crew position, in the airplane, every 60 days. To credit a sortie first
        FEs and higher must perform the required pre-departure activities FE panel duties, and checklists
        for the mission flown. Second FEs will perform Scanner’s duties and checklists for the mission
        flown. NOTE: any flight profile will satisfy the sortie requirement, e.g., second half ERCC, quick
        turns, and full-stop landings.
        7.5.1.5. Loadmasters. Loadmasters must accomplish a preflight or through-flight inspection,
        inflight duties, and an onload or offload of either cargo or passengers. Loadmasters may credit
        proficiency sorties for each positioning and depositioning leg of a static load training mission
        where they accomplish a preflight or through-flight inspection, accomplish inflight duties, and
        participate in onload/offload training activities. Up to three loadmasters may credit a sortie during
        a heavy-weight AR training mission. Up to four may credit a sortie on a basic mission. Up to six
        loadmasters may credit a sortie for an SCTS mission or an airbus mission. All training and crew
        qualification levels will accomplish at least one proficiency sortie in the basic crew position every
        60 days. Instructor and evaluator loadmasters may credit the remaining semiannual proficiency
        sortie (M010) requirements while instructing or evaluating the duties associated with the basic
        sortie requirement.
     7.5.2. M011--FE Proficiency Sortie (Simulator). First FEs and higher may log proficiency sorties
     in the WST. Simulator sorties do not update 60-day currency.
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   7.5.3. M012--Flight Engineer Proficiency Sortie (Instructor/Evaluator). Instructors and examin­
   ers may credit sorties while instructing or evaluating an engineer performing a first FE proficiency
   sortie. Instructor/evaluator sorties do not update 60-day currency.
   7.5.4. M050 --Tactical Sortie. Normally flown in the WST. To credit a tactical sortie a review of
   AFTTP 3-3.35B procedures must be completed, and all tactical approaches must be flown under the
   supervision of an instructor.
   7.5.5. M052 -- Right Seat Sortie. The right seat sortie is intended to keep pilots proficient in check­
   list and right seat duties until they upgrade to aircraft commander. To credit a right seat sortie pilots
   must occupy the right seat during ground operations and critical phases of flight. This event may be
   credited in the WST provided all checklists are completed.

7.6. Night Vision Goggle (NVG) Training Events: Only required for NVG Qualified Aircrews
   7.6.1. NV47--NVG Takeoff. A takeoff accomplished with NVGs. Training Media: Aircraft or
   WST. Instructor: Not required after the aircrew is qualified on NVG Airland operations. Additional
   Information: Dual log with P020.
   7.6.2. NV48--NVG Landing. A landing accomplished with NVGs using standard AFI 13-217 light­
   ing patterns (Low overt or covert). Training Media: Aircraft or WST. Instructor: Not required after
   the aircrew is qualified on NVG Airland operations. Additional Information: Does not dual log with
   P192.
   7.6.3. NV80--NVG Instrument Approach. An instrument approach flown on NVGs. Training
   Media: Aircraft or WST. Additional Information: May be Dual logged with P070, P100, P110, or
   P116.
   7.6.4. NV55--NVG Ground Operations. Pilot and Loadmaster ERO ground operation using NVGs
   in a reduced-light, environment. Training Media: Aircraft. Instructor: Not required after the aircrew
   is qualified on NVGs. Additional Information: The following procedures are for training missions
   and may be superseded by contingency operations or other operational restrictions. Refer to AFI
   11-2C-5 Vol. 3, FCIF, & SPINS for additional operational restrictions and procedures. During NVG
   ERO operations the Pilot and LM use NVGs to maintain situational awareness/visually acquire the
   load team while they are in front of or behind the aircraft before or after an ERO. To credit the event
   loadmasters must perform kneeling operation duties or supervise an offload/onload while on NVGs.
   Pilots must accomplish at least one 180-degree turn while on NVGs.

7.7. Crew and Individual Proficiency (P) Training Events:
   7.7.1. P005--Taxi Exercise. Purpose. To ensure taxi proficiency for inexperienced pilots. Descrip-
   tion: As a minimum, the pilot taxiing must accomplish one 180-degree turn, one 90-degree left turn,
   and one 90-degree right turn using procedures that would be effective on minimum width runways
   and taxiways (See AFI 11 2C-5, Volume 3). Exercise includes instructor pre-briefing to include taxi
   references, engine blast hazards, foreign object damage (FOD) precautions, proper taxi braking tech­
   niques, speeds, power requirements, and AFI 11-218, Aircraft Operations and Movement on the
   Ground. Actual maneuvers may be accomplished on operational missions or locals, but instructor
   supervision is required for the ground briefing portion of this event.
   7.7.2. P020--Takeoff. Initial takeoff or takeoff following a touch-and-go landing.
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     7.7.3. P053-- Spiral Up Departure. 

     7.7.4. P061--VFR Overhead. 

     7.7.5. P062--VFR Departure 

     7.7.6. P063--VFR Arrival 

     7.7.7. P064--Random Steep Approach. 

     7.7.8. P070--Instrument Approach. 

     7.7.9. P100--Precision Approach. 

     7.7.10. P101--MLS Approach. 

     7.7.11. P103--PAR Approach. 

     7.7.12. P110--Nonprecision Approach. 

     7.7.13. P111--VOR/TACAN Procedures. 

     7.7.14. P112--TACAN/VOR/Localizer Approach. 

     7.7.15. P113--ASR Approach. 

     7.7.16. P114--RMI/BDHI Only Approach (ADF/VOR). 

     7.7.17. P115--Backcourse LOC. 

     7.7.18. P116--NDB\BDHI-only Approach. 

     7.7.19. P120-- CAT II ILS.

     7.7.20. P130--Circling. 

     7.7.21. P140--Visual Traffic Pattern. 

     7.7.22. P145--FE Approach TERPS Monitor. Purpose. To apply TERPS (G150) objectives during

     an actual approach or departure. Description. Flight engineers will occupy the jump seat during this

     event and assist pilots monitoring an instrument approach or departure procedure. Pilot participation

     is encouraged, emphasizing to the scanner the critical indications to monitor during an instrument pro­

     cedure. 

     7.7.23. P160--Missed Approach. 

     7.7.24. P170--Approach and Go-Around (Simulated Engine-Out) (Dual log with P160). 

     7.7.25. P180--Approach and Landing (Simulated Engine-Out). 

     7.7.26. P190--Landing. 

     7.7.27. P192--Night Landing. 

     7.7.28. P260--HAVE QUICK Radio Procedures. Training consists of properly configuring the

     radio for HAVE QUICK operation and making at least one transmission and reception using HAVE

     QUICK mode of operation with any source. When practical, rendezvous and refueling should be

     accomplished utilizing the HAVE QUICK mode of operation. The TOD should be updated from a

     ground station master clock when possible. 

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  7.7.29. P270--Secure Radio Operation. Training consists of properly loading SECURE VOICE
  code and making at least one transmission and reception using SECURE VOICE with like-equipped
  aircraft.
  7.7.30. P280--Aircrew Chemical Defense Task Qualification Training (ACDTQT). An exercise
  emphasizing hands-on training dressed out in partial chemical defense (CD) ensemble. The purpose of
  the exercise is to enable crewmembers to become aware of their limitations while wearing the equip­
  ment. Complications of heat exhaustion, fatigue, hyperventilation, limited dexterity, and hampered
  communication can all be experienced during the exercise. Observers must closely monitor crew­
  member actions during the exercise. If a crewmember experiences difficulties such as excessive ther­
  mal stress, hyperventilation, headaches, etc., and either the observer or crewmember believes it is
  unsafe to continue, the equipment will be immediately removed.
     7.7.30.1. The following aircrew CD items will be used:
         7.7.30.1.1. Flying helmet (if applicable)
         7.7.30.1.2. MBU-19/P hood and mask assembly
         7.7.30.1.3. Filter pack with filters and CQU-7/P blower assembly with filter canisters and bat­
         teries
         7.7.30.1.4. MXU-835 intercom assembly
         7.7.30.1.5. Filter pack suspension straps
         7.7.30.1.6. Glove set (cotton, butyl, Nomex®)
     7.7.30.2. ACDTQT should be accomplished in the WST. If accomplished in a WST, ATS instruc­
     tors will observe the exercise. No other supervision is required and no restrictions apply on who
     and how many crewmembers may wear the gear. If performed in the aircraft, only one pilot will be
     dressed out at any time. The aircraft commander will be supervised by an instructor pilot occupy­
     ing the pilot seat. The pilot will be supervised by an instructor pilot or experienced aircraft com­
     mander (determined by the Sq/CC) in the pilot seat. A safety observer crew member will occupy
     the jump seat. Pilots will don the gear and accomplish at least one take-off, approach, and landing,
     and complete all crew position checklists associated with approach and landing.
     7.7.30.3. FEs supervised by another FE will wear the gear during take-off, approach, and landing.
     7.7.30.4. Loadmasters, supervised by another loadmaster, will wear the gear while up/down-load­
     ing cargo, accomplishing a cargo compartment preflight, or performing cargo door and ramp oper­
     ation. Prior to being scheduled for this event, each aircrew member must have completed LL04.
     7.7.30.5. P360--Flight Engineer Proficiency Inspection. All training and crew qualification
     levels will accomplish at least one proficiency inspection at the airplane every 60 days. To credit a
     proficiency inspection, first FEs and higher must perform a flight engineer inspection:full pre­
     flight, thruflight, power-on preflight (POP), or POP thruflight. Second FEs are required to perform
     a Scanner inspection: full preflight or thruflight, POP preflight, or POP thruflight. Inspections may
     not be logged in the CPT or WST.
     7.7.30.6. P361-- Flight Engineer Proficiency Inspection (Instructor/Evaluator). Instructors
     and examiners may credit inspections while instructing or evaluating an engineer performing a
     first FE proficiency inspection. Instructor/evaluator inspections do not update 60-day currency.
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7.8. Air Refueling (R) Training Events :
     7.8.1. R010--Receiver AR. Aircraft commanders may credit one AR event per sortie by accomplish­
     ing closure from the pre-contact position and maintaining sustained contact. Instructor and evaluator
     pilots will accomplish at least two sorties semiannually (ideally, one per quarter) while occupying the
     right seat. An R010 may also be credited in the ARPTT/WST by accomplishing the following:
        7.8.1.1. An AC may credit a receiver AR event (R010) by accomplishing 30 minutes of closures,
        a minimum sustained contact of 5 minutes or greater, or both. Night (R020), Heavyweight (R030),
        Breakaway and Emergency Separation (R040), and Tanker Autopilot Off (R050) may also be
        credited in the ARPTT/WST.
        7.8.1.2. AR instructors may credit an R010 by providing ARPTT/WST instruction on a minimum
        of two separate ARPTT/WST sessions.
        7.8.1.3. 50 percent of the AR continuation training requirements may be accomplished in the
        ARPTT/WST.
     7.8.2. R011--Receiver Air Refueling, Indoctrination.
     7.8.3. R012--Receiver Air Refueling (Day).
     7.8.4. R020--Receiver AR (Night).
     7.8.5. R030--Receiver AR (Heavyweight): at or above 625,000 pounds.
     7.8.6. R040--Receiver AR Breakaway and Emergency Separation. Initiated with the receiver in
     the AR envelope. Pilots must demonstrate proficiency in executing the breakaway.
     7.8.7. R050--Receiver AR Tanker Autopilot-Off. The tanker autopilot must be disengaged and AR
     contacts must be practiced.

7.9. Tactical (RS) Training Events. Events may be credited when completed on operational missions,
local proficiency sorties, or in the WST.
     7.9.1. RS00--Tactical Arrival. Dual log with RS06 or RS16.
     7.9.2. RS06--High Altitude Tactical Arrival. Random Steep, Curvilinear, or Spiral Down.
     7.9.3. RS16--Low Altitude Tactical Arrival. Low Straight-in, Abeam, or Teardrop.
     7.9.4. RS20--Tactical Departure. Dual log with RS26 or RS36.
     7.9.5. RS26--High Altitude Tactical Departure. Spiral-Up Departure.
     7.9.6. RS36--Low Altitude Tactical Departure. Low altitude egress (flap retraction below 1,000
     feet AGL and acceleration to planned egress speed).

7.10. Health (H) Training Events. AFI 41-106, Medical Readiness Planning and Training, requires
medical units to track immunizations for medical and non-medical personnel. The most current system is
called the Air Force Complete Immunizations Tracking Application (AFCITA) according to AFJI 48-110,
Immunizations And Chemoprophylaxis. This program is maintained by base medical function. Aircrews
follow the USAF baseline vaccine group in AFCITA then add the appropriate MDS-specific group. C-5
crews should follow AMC_Aircrew_3 or as specified by MAJCOM. Units may also elect to supplement
the AFCITA system by tracking H events in ARMS. Use the following events:
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   7.10.1. H010—Physical Fitness Assessment. Air Force Physical Fitness standards are three evi­
   dence-based fitness components: body composition, 1 ½ mile timed run, and muscular fitness
   (push-up and crunch). See AFI 34-266, Air Force Fitness and Sports Programs.
   7.10.2. H020—Dental Examination
   7.10.3. H040—Influenza (available Oct – Jun)
   7.10.4. H050—Smallpox. Airframe/AOR deployment specific.
   7.10.5. H060—Inactivated Polio (IPV)
   7.10.6. H070—Tetanus-Diphtheria (Td)
   7.10.7. H080—Yellow Fever
   7.10.8. H090—TB PPD
   7.10.9. H100—Meningococcal
   7.10.10. H110—Typhoid
   7.10.11. H120—Hepatitis A
   7.10.12. H140—Anthrax (Initial Series). Airframe/AOR deployment specific.
   7.10.13. H141—Anthrax (Recurrent)
   7.10.14. H150—CIPRO

7.11. Forms.
   7.11.1. Forms Prescribed 

   AF Form 4022, Aircrew Training Folder

   AF Form 4023, Aircrew Training Progress Report

   AF Form 4024, Aircrew Training Accomplishment Report

   AF Form 4025, Aircrew Summary/Close-Out Report

   7.11.2. Forms Adopted 

   AF Form 8, Certificate of Aircrew Qualification

   AF Form 63, Active Duty Service Commitment (ADSC) Acknowledgement Statement

   AF Form 522, USAF Ground Weapons Training Data

   AF Form 847, Recommendation for Change of Publication

   AF Form 1042, Medical Recommendations for Flying or Special Operational Duty

   AF Form 1381, USAF Certification of Aircrew Training

   AF Form 1522, ARMS Additional Training Accomplishment Report

   AF Form 3862, Aircrew Evaluation Worksheet

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     AF Form 4168, COMSEC Responsible Officer and User Training Checklist



                                         RONALD E. KEYS, Lt General, USAF
                                         DCS/Air & Space Operations
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                                             Attachment 1

                          GLOSSARY OF SUPPORTING INFORMATION

References
DOD Regulation 4515.13-R, Air Transportation Eligibility
AFPD 10-9, Lead Operating Command Weapon Systems Management
AFPD 10-21, Air Mobility Lead Command Roles and Responsibilities
AFI 10-245, Air Force Antiterrorism (AT) Standards
AFI 10-2501, Full Spectrum Threat Response (FSTR) Planning and Operations.
AFI 11-2C-5, Volume 2, C-5 Aircrew Evaluation Criteria
AFI 11-2C-5, Volume 3, C-5 Operations ProceduresAFPD 11-2, Aircraft Rules and Procedures
AFPD 11-3, Life Support
AFPD 11-4, Aviation Service
AFI 11-202, Volume 1, Aircrew Training
AFI 11-202, Volume 2, Aircrew Standardization/Evaluation Program
AFI 11-202, Volume 3, General Flight Rules
AFJI 11-204, Operations Procedures for Aircraft Carrying Hazardous Materials
AFMAN 11-210, Instrument Refresher Course (IRC) Program
AFI 11-215, Flight Manuals Program (FMP)
AFI 11-218, Aircraft Operations and Movement on the Ground
AFI 11-290, Cockpit/Crew Resource Management Training Program
AFI 11-301, Volume 1, Aircrew Life Support (ALS) Program
AFI 11-401, Aviation Management
AFI 11-402, Aviation and Parachutist Service, Aeronautical Ratings and Badges
AFI 11-403, Aerospace Physiological Training Program
AFI 11-412, Aircrew Management
AFI 14-103, Threat Recognition Training Program
AMCI 14-105, Unit Intelligence Mission and ResponsiblitiesAFPD 16-8, Arming of Aircrew, Mobility,
and Oversea Personnel
AFPD 16-13, Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape (SERE)
AFI 16-1301, Survival Evasion Resistance Escape (SERE) Operations
AFMAN 24-204 (I), Preparing Hazardous Materials for Military Air Shipments
AFI 31-207, Arming and Use of Force by Air Force Personnel
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AFI 32-4001, Disaster Preparedness Planning and Operation
AFI 33-204, Information Assurance (IA) Awareness Program
AFI 33-211, Communications Security (COMSEC) User Requirements
AFI 34-266, Air Force Fitness and Sports Programs
AFI 36-2107, Active Duty Service Commitments (ADSC)
AFI 36-2201, Volume 2, Air Force Training Program Training Management.
AFI 36-2209, Survival and Code of Conduct Training
AFI 36-2226, Combat Arms Program
AFMAN 36-2236, Guidebook for Air Force Instructors
AFI 36-2238, Self-Aid and Buddy Care Training
AFI 36-2251, Management of Air Force Training Systems
AFPD 37-1, Air Force Information Management
AFMAN 37-123, Management of RecordsAFI 37-124, The Information Collections and Reports Manage-
ment Program; Controlling Internal, Public, and Interagency Air Force Information Collections
AFI 41-106, Medical Readiness Planning and Training
AFJI 48-110, Immunizations And Chemoprophylaxis
AFI 48-123, Medical Examinations and Standards
AFPD 51-4, Compliance With the Law of Armed Conflict
AFI 51-401, Training And Reporting To Ensure Compliance With The Law Of Armed Conflict.
AFI 91-204, Safety Investigations and Reports
AFTTP 3-1, General Planning and Employment Considerations
AFTTP 3-3.35B, Combat Aircraft Fundamentals-C-5

Abbreviations and Acronyms
AC—aircraft commander
ACDE—aircrew chemical defense ensemble
ACDT—aircrew chemical defense training
ACDTQT—aircrew chemical defense task qualification training
AFFSA—Air Force Flight Standards Agency
AFMSS—Air Force Mission Support System
AFRC—Air Force Reserve Command
AFSIR—Air Force Spectrum Interference Resolution
AMOG—Air Mobility Operations Group
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AMWC—Air Mobility Warfare Center
ANG—Air National Guard
APU—auxiliary power unit
AQP—airport qualification program
AR—air refueling
ARMS—aircrew resource management system
ATD—aircrew training device
ATOC—air terminal operations center
ATSO—ability to survive and operate
B—biennial
BAQ—basic aircraft qualification
BMC—basic mission capable
C—cyclical (17-month qualification evaluation cycle)
CBT—computer-based training
CCTS—Combat Crew Training School
CLT—cargo loading trainer
COMSEC—communications cecurity
CONUS—continental United States
CRM—crew resource management
CSO—communication systems operator
CST—combat curvival training
CTA—chemical threat area
CUR—currency
CWD—chemical weapons defense
DNIF—duty not involving flying
DOC—designed operational capability
ESD—evaluation standards document
FAIP—first assignment instructor pilot
FC—basic qualified pilot
FEF—flight evaluation folder
FMS—flight management system
FP—basic qualified aircraft commander
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FTL—flying training level
GATM—Global Air Traffic Management
GT—ground training
GTL—ground training level
HQ—HAVE QUICK or Headquarters
IBT—instructor-based training
ICAO—International Civil Aviation Organization
IFF/SIF—identification, friend or foe, selected identification features
IQT—initial qualification training
IRC—instrument refresher course
ISOPREP—Isolated Personnel Report
L-BAND—satellite communications frequency
LOAC—Law Of Armed Conflict
M—monthly
MC—mission copilot
MCT—mission certification training
MDS—Mission-Design-Series (i.e., C-5A)
MOST—Mission-Oriented Simulator Training
MP—mission pilot (not applicable for Copilots)
MR—mission ready
MTL—master task list
MWS—major weapons system
NAF—Numbered Air Force
NMR—non-mission ready
NVG—night-vision goggles
OCONUS—outside the continental United States
OG—operations group
OPORD—operation order
OPR—office of primary responsibility
OSA—operational support airlift
P—proficient
PAI—primary aircraft inventory
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PDO—Publications Distribution Office
PFT—programmed flying training
PTT—part task trainer
QAR—quality assurance representative
RNP—required navigation performance
RTRB—realistic training review board
SAT—small arms training
SATCOM—satellite communications
SIMCERT—simulator certification
SORTS—status of resources and training system
STAN/EVAL—standardization and evaluation
TACC—Tanker/Airlift Control Center (USAF)
TAD—tactical arrivals and departure
TALCE—tanker airlift control element
TCAS—traffic alert collision avoidance system (also called E-TCAS)
TERPS—terminal instrument procedures
TG—training guide
TL—training level
TRP—training review panel
UC—unqualified copilot
UN—unqualified navigator
UP—unqualified aircraft commander
WST—weapon system trainer

Terms
Academic Training (AT)—A course of instruction that includes, but is not limited to, classroom
instruction related to aircraft systems and operation, flight characteristics and techniques, performance,
normal procedures, abnormal procedures, and emergency procedures. To adequately prepare students,
academic courses should be completed prior to simulator or flight training.
Aircraft Commander (AC)—Pilot who has been certified to perform "pilot-in-command" duties.
Aircraft Systems Refresher—Aircraft and crew position unique systems refresher courses.
AR Mission—Flight that involves AR procedures as a tanker or receiver aircraft.
Aircrew Training Device (ATD)—Includes cockpit procedures trainer, boom operator part task trainer,
weapons systems trainer, operational flight trainer, celestial training device, table top navigation and
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rendezvous trainer, cargo loading trainer, and other flight simulators.
Aircrew Training System (ATS)—Integrated qualification, upgrade, and continuation training program

for crewmembers. Civilian contractors conduct most academic and ATD training: 

Annual—Training required once every calendar year. 

Basic Aircraft Qualified (BAQ)—Aircrew member who has successfully completed an in-flight

evaluation but is not mission qualified in his or her assigned aircraft. 

Biennial—Training required once every two calendar years. 

Communications Security (COMSEC)—COMSEC material, other than equipment or devices, that

assists in securing communications and which is required in the production, operation, or maintenance of

COMSEC systems and their components. Examples are keys, codes, authentication information in

physical or electronic form, call signs, frequencies, and supporting documents. 

Computer-Based training (CBT)—Ground training system that uses computer-generated graphics or

text in conjunction with interactive programs as the primary medium of instruction. 

Continuation Training—Ground and flight training events necessary to maintain mission-ready or basic

aircraft qualification status. 

Crew Resource Management (CRM) training—See AFI 11-290. CRM is designed to improve aircrew

teamwork, dynamics, and effectiveness. 

Critical phases of flight—See AFI 11-2C-5, Volume 3. 

Currency event—F l y i n g c o n t i n u a t i o n t r a i n i n g e v e n t s w i t h p r e s c r i b e d m a x i m u m 

interval-between-accomplishment shown in the "CUR" column. 

Cycle—17-month cycle based on in-flight evaluation completion according to AFI 11-202 Volume 2 and

AFI 11-2C-5, Volume 2, and appropriate MAJCOM supplement. 

Direct instructor supervision—Instructor of like specialty with immediate access to controls (for pilots,

instructor will occupy either aircraft commander or pilot seat). 

Event or task—A training event to be accomplished. Several events or tasks constitute a training profile. 

Experienced Copilot—Copilot with over 500-total flying hours (not including “other” time) of which a

minimum of 200-hours are in the Primary Assigned Aircraft (PAA). The Sq/CC will designate the copilot

certified when the individual is progressing normally toward upgrade to aircraft commander.

Flight examiner or evaluator—A crewmember designated to administer evaluations. 

Flight surgeon (FS)—Medical doctor qualified to perform flight surgeon duties and has current

aeronautical orders in that AFSC. 

Instructor—Crewmember trained, qualified, and certified by the Sq/CC as an instructor. 

Instructor-candidate—An aircrew member undergoing upgrade training to instructor. 

Instructor supervision—A qualified instructor of like specialty supervising a maneuver or training

event. For critical phases of flight, the instructor must occupy one of the seats or stations, with immediate

access to the controls. 

Mission-Oriented Simulator Training (MOST)—Part of a training program (e.g., crew resource

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management) that includes a practical application, full-mission scenario in the simulator or weapons
system trainer.

Mission-ready (MR)—Aircrew member who is current, qualified, and certified in the unit's designated

missions. 

Monthly—Training required once every calendar month. 

Night— Night time is defined as that portion of time between the end of evening civil twilight and the

beginning of morning civil twilight, as defined in the American Air Almanac. See AFI 11-401 and AFI

11-202 Volume 3. 

Non-mission ready (NMR)—Individual who is non-current or unqualified in the aircraft, incomplete in

required continuation training, or not certified to perform the unit missions. 

Overseas Sortie (OCONUS Sortie)—A sortie that includes a take-off or landing outside the 48

conterminous states of the United States. 

Part Task Trainer (PTT)—A device used to practice a specific task such as cargo door operation, cargo

loading training, or receiver AR 

Phoenix Reach Crossflow Program (PRCP)—Program that identifies highly experienced aircraft

commanders from other MWSs for training and rapid upgrade in another MWS. 

Pipeline—An initial qualification trainee directed for training via the Air Force Personnel Center process. 

Primary method—Training conducted normally at a location designated to train a course using a

MAJCOM approved syllabus. 

Quarterly—3-month periods defined as 1 October to 31 December (first quarter of the fiscal year), 1

January to 31 March, 1 April to 30 June, and 1 July to 30 September.

Quinquennial—Training required once every 5-years. 

Refresher simulator—Simulator training emphasizing aircraft systems, normal and emergency

procedures, and mission-specific training requirements. Refresher simulators may be integrated into a

block of training termed "phase training" for some weapon systems. 

Requalification training—Training required to qualify aircrew members in an aircraft in which they

have been previously qualified. See Chapter 2 for requalification training requirements. 

Semiannual—6-month training periods from 1 January to 30 June and 1 July to 31 December. 

Supervised training status—Crewmember will fly under instructor supervision as designated by the Sq/

CC or evaluator. Use this status as a result of loss of currency or qualification, or due to

less-than-qualified evaluation. 

Tactical Arrival and Departures (TAD)—Tactical maneuvers in AFI 11-2C-5, Volume 3. 

Training devices—All trainers, computer assisted instruction, sound-on-slide programs, videos, and

mockups designed to prepare students for flight training or augment prescribed continuation training. 

Triennial—Training required once every three calendar years. 

Weapon System Trainer (WST)—Aircrew Training device that provides synthetic flight and tactics

environment in which crewmembers learn, develop, improve, and integrate skills associated with their

crew position. 

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                                                Attachment 2

                              AIRCREW TRAINING DOCUMENTATION

A2.1. General Information. This attachment provides guidelines on proper training documentation.
Instructions are provided for AF Form 4022, Aircrew Training Folder, AF Form 4023, Aircrew Train-
ing Progress Report, AF Form 4024, Aircrew Training Accomplishment Report, and AF Form 4025,
Aircrew Summary/Closeout Report, and aircrew training guides.
     A2.1.1. Initiate a training folder (AF Form 4022) for ETCA formal training (either at FTU or in-unit),
     mission qualification, special qualification or certification training, in-unit upgrade program to the
     next higher crew qualification, requalification training (either at FTU or in-unit), for any corrective
     action or additional training, and all training conducted on multiple flight/ground training periods on
     multiple days.
        A2.1.1.1. The unit operations officer may waive the training folder requirement if corrective
        action or training is limited. If initiated for corrective action, the instructor or flight examiner who
        evaluated the aircrew member's performance will enter comments pertinent to the training defi­
        ciency on AF Form 4023. Use the existing AF Form 4022 for end-of- evaluations that result in
        additional training.
        A2.1.1.2. At the unit's discretion, training folders for an individual undergoing more than one
        training program in a short period of time may combine all training into one AF Form 4022.
     A2.1.2. The FTU will send AF Form 4022 with all training records to the trainee's gaining unit. Sq/
     CCs will review FTU training records and document this review on AF Form 4023.
     A2.1.3. Squadrons will maintain the training folders for their personnel in a location readily accessi­
     ble to instructors and supervisory personnel. The trainee may review his or her folder at any time.
     A2.1.4. The instructor or trainer will review the training folder prior to all training periods. Those
     areas not previously accomplished or those in which crewmembers require additional training, will be
     noted for possible inclusion during the current training period. The Sq/CC or operations officers will
     review active training folders quarterly, and flight commanders or squadron training representatives
     will conduct a monthly review. Monthly and quarterly reviews will be annotated on AF Form 4023.
     A2.1.5. Upon completion of training, place the summary/closeout report (AF Form 4025) in the indi­
     vidual’s training folder. If no Form 8 or 1381 is entered in the FEF, place the original 4025 in the FEF.
     Squadrons will retain all AF Forms 4022 for 1 year, then return them to the crewmembers. Do not
     insert AF Forms 4022, 4023, or 4024 into FEFs. Refer to the Air Force Records Disposition Schedule
     (RDS) located at https://webrims.amc.af.mil for further guidance.
     A2.1.6. Use AF Forms 4022, 4023, 4024, and 4025 for ATS and FTU courses.

A2.2. Instructions for AF Form 4022. This form is a folder constructed of hard stock paper. The inside
covers have tables for documenting training. AF Forms 4023, 4024, and 4025 and additional information
(waivers, memorandums, etc.) will be attached through the centered holes of the folder. Training guides
will be placed inside the folder. The form is available through the AF publications distribution system.
Comply with the following when documenting aircrew training on the form.
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NOTE: FTU instructors using ATS courseware are not required to complete the following sections of the
AF Form 4022: ground training summary, written evaluations, and flying training summary if this infor­
mation is tracked by other means and sent to the gaining unit with the AF Form 4022.
   A2.2.1. Trainee Information (cover): Provides trainee and information.
       A2.2.1.1. Name and grade. Self-explanatory.
       A2.2.1.2. Aircrew position. Self-explanatory. (For aircrew members in an upgrade program, enter
       the aircrew position to which they are upgrading).
       A2.2.1.3. Unit of assignment. Self-explanatory.
       A2.2.1.4. Type of training. Enter formal title or, for special mission qualification, enter type, e.g.,
       AD, SOLL II, NVG, etc. For other types of training, enter a descriptive identifier.
       A2.2.1.5. Class number. Enter FTU class number; otherwise, leave blank.
       A2.2.1.6. Course number: Enter only the ETCA FTU identifier, e.g., "C5CIQ," "C5FIQ,"
       "CLIQ," etc. Otherwise, leave blank.
   A2.2.2. Ground Training Summary (inside left). (This section provides a chronological record of
   ground training events). Record non-flying training events. Entries are required for PTT, CPT, WST,
   and ground training (GT). Ground training will be considered all academic training conducted outside
   the classroom not associated with a simulator or flight. Entries are required for in-unit academic
   instruction conducted according to FTU courseware. Classroom academic training will be identified
   as AT.
       A2.2.2.1. Date. Self-explanatory.
       A2.2.2.2. Training period. Enter sequentially numbered training period designators, e.g., "CPT-1,"
       "WST-2," "GT-3," etc., or specific identifier.
       A2.2.2.3. Status. Enter incomplete (INC) and the reason, e.g., "INC-MX" (maintenance) or
       "INC-PRO" (trainee proficiency) when an additional training period, over those remaining, will
       be required to accomplish the lost training events originally scheduled for that training period;
       otherwise, leave blank.
       A2.2.2.4. Instructor or trainer (qualification). Enter the last name of the instructor or trainer and
       aircrew qualification, e.g., aircraft commander (AC), instructor pilot (IP), instructor navigator,
       instructor loadmaster, etc.
       A2.2.2.5. Training time. Self-explanatory. Do not include time normally associated with prebrief­
       ing and debriefing
   A2.2.3. Training Period Designators. Codes to describe training periods. Formal training schools may
   use more descriptive designators if required.
   A2.2.4. Written Evaluations. Record data for the inflight evaluation required to complete the training
   program.
       A2.2.4.1. Date. Enter the date the written evaluation was satisfactorily completed.
       A2.2.4.2. Type. Enter the AFI 11-202, Volume 2, description or other appropriate identifier.
       A2.2.4.3. Grade. Enter according to AFI 11-202, Volume 2.
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     A2.2.5. Performance Evaluation Summary. Record data on required evaluations including re-evalua­
     tions (if applicable).
        A2.2.5.1. Date recommended. Enter the date recommended for a performance evaluation (CPT,
        WST, or flight).
        A2.2.5.2. Type evaluation. Enter AFI 11-202, Volume 2 evaluation description or other appropri­
        ate identifier.
        A2.2.5.3. Instructor (qualification). Enter the last name and aircrew qualification of the instructor
        recommending the student for an evaluation.
        A2.2.5.4. Operations review. With the initials of the reviewer, indicate a records review has been
        accomplished following recommendation for an evaluation. NOTE: Flight commanders or super­
        visors will accomplish reviews during formal training courses. Sq/CCs or operations officers are
        required to accomplish reviews prior to flight evaluations.
        A2.2.5.5. Date evaluated. Enter the date the evaluation was completed.
        A2.2.5.6. Evaluator. Self-explanatory.
        A2.2.5.7. Grade. Enter according to AFI 11-202, Volume 2.
     A2.2.6. Flying Training Summary. This section provides a chronological record of flying training sor­
     ties. Log all sorties scheduled even if canceled by external factors such as weather (WX) or mainte­
     nance (MX).
        A2.2.6.1. Date. Self-explanatory. On operational missions, enter inclusive dates, e.g., 28 Jul - 7
        Aug 95.
        A2.2.6.2. Training period. Enter sequentially numbered training period designators, e.g., "S-1,"
        "AD-1," "O-2," etc.
        A2.2.6.3. Status. Enter "INC" and reasons, "WX," "MX," or "PRO" when an additional training
        flight, over those remaining, will be required to accomplish lost training events originally sched­
        uled for that period (INC-WX); otherwise, leave blank.
        A2.2.6.4. Instructor (qualification). Enter the last name and aircrew qualification of the instructor.
        A2.2.6.5. Mission time. Enter the total flight-time of the training or operational mission in the top
        half of the block. If documentation of seat-time is required, enter the flight-time the trainee was
        actually in the seat in the lower half of the block.
        A2.2.6.6. Cumulative time. Use this block to enter the individual's total cumulative flight-time in
        the specific training. Enter total cumulative flight-time in the top half of the block and, if required,
        the total cumulative seat-time in the lower half of the block.
     A2.2.7. Performance and Knowledge Standards. (For use with AF Form 4024, see paragraph
     A2.4.11.)
     A2.2.8. Grading Codes. (For use with AF Form 4024, see paragraph A2.4.8.)

A2.3. Instructions for AF Form 4023. This form provides a narrative description of training missions
and is also used for documenting operations review of training progress. File AF Forms 4023 on the left
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hand side of AF Form 4022 in order with the most recent on top. This form is optional if a training guide
is used to record training. The ATS contractor may develop a training form approved by AMC/A37TA.
   A2.3.1. Training Period and Date (Item 1). Training period is either ground, WST, or flight, i.e., GT-1,
   WST-3, S-4, etc. Also, annotate the date the training occurred.
   A2.3.2. GT, FLY, and ATD (Items 2, 4, and 6). Annotate time allocated for training and keep a run­
   ning total (Items 3, 5 and 7) by adding previous totals to current training period time (not applicable
   to AETC).
   A2.3.3. Total Training Time (Item 8). Keep a running total of all training time (add items 3, 5, and 7).
   A2.3.4. Remarks and Recommendations (Item 9). Describe the mission scenario. Local overprints are
   authorized, but may not alter the basic structure of the form. Comments will elaborate on trainee
   strengths and weaknesses, identify problem areas, record unusual circumstances, and indicate student
   progress. Recommendations will be specific and include tasks requiring further training and the type
   of training required. If more space is required for annotating remarks, draw vertical arrows through
   sortie information heading section (Items 1 through 8) of following block or form and continue
   remarks. When the trainee attains sufficient knowledge, experience, and prerequisites for upgrade, the
   instructor will recommend an evaluation and state: ”Recommend evaluation for (crew position)” on
   the AF Form 4023. Trainees will not be recommended for an evaluation if a required event is incom­
   plete or requires corrective action.
       A2.3.4.1. Operations Review. In addition to reviewing all AF Form 4023 entries, the flight com­
       mander or squadron training representative will conduct a monthly review of active status AF
       Forms 4022. The Sq/CC or operations officer will review active status AF Forms 4022 at least
       once each quarter. The quarterly review satisfies that month’s review. Document reviews on an AF
       Form 4023. The reviewer will annotate "monthly review" or "quarterly review," as applicable, in
       the training period block. Write comments concerning the trainee's progress, status, or recommen­
       dations in the mission profile, comments, and recommendations block.
       A2.3.4.2. Monthly reviews are not required for FTU courses except in documented cases of unsat­
       isfactory progress. ATS personnel will review the students’ records and ensure all required train­
       ing is completed prior to entering flight training. If problems are encountered during the flying
       phase, the squadron will conduct reviews necessary to document unsatisfactory progress.
   A2.3.5. Instructor Block (Item 10). Instructors will sign their names and annotate their ranks and crew
   qualifications.
   A2.3.6. Students Block (Item 11). Students will sign their name.
   A2.3.7. Reviewer Block (Item 12). For monthly and calendar quarterly reviews, Sq/CCs, operations
   officers, or flight commanders will sign their name and indicate their position. Flight commanders
   may use their initials in the review block after reviewing individual AF Form 4023 entries.
   A2.3.8. AF Form 4023 will be completed and reviewed by the student prior to his or her next training
   period.

A2.4. Instructions for the AF Form 4024. This form tracks, for each sortie, individual event and task
accomplishment and grades. Units may overprint event and task listings, total number of repetitions
required, and the required proficiency level (RPL) for each event and task, but may not alter the basic
structure of the form. Use the same AF Forms 4024 for simulator, ground, and flight training. Maintain
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AF Forms 4024 on the right side of AF Form 4022. The ATS contractor may develop its own training
form approved by AMC/A37TA.
     A2.4.1. Name. Self-explanatory.
     A2.4.2. Crew Position. Self-explanatory.
     A2.4.3. Course or Phase of Training. Enter the ETCA formal identifier, e.g., C5CIQ. For special mis­
     sion qualification, enter the type and identify the method of training, e.g., WST training, flying train­
     ing, etc.
     A2.4.4. Sortie. Enter sortie number e.g., S-1, S-2, CPT-1, etc.
     A2.4.5. Date.
     A2.4.6. Training Event and Task Listing. Reflects the tasks and subtasks in the training program that
     require specific student performance or knowledge proficiency standards.
     A2.4.7. Number Accomplished. Reflects the number of times an event was accomplished on that sor­
     tie.
     A2.4.8. Grade. Enter a “1”, "B", "F," "P," "S" or "U" as appropriate.
        A2.4.8.1. “1”—Item must be accomplished once by the crewmember, but does not require profi­
        ciency.
        A2.4.8.2. "B"—Briefing item only.
        A2.4.8.3. "F"—Familiarization item; proficiency is not required. The operations group com­
        mander or equivalent operations function will determine whether "F" items are completed by
        briefing, demonstration, observation, or actual accomplishment.
        A2.4.8.4. "P"—Proficient; crewmember has achieved the required proficiency level.
        A2.4.8.5. "S"—Satisfactory; crewmember has not achieved the required proficiency level but
        progress is satisfactory.
        A2.4.8.6. “U"—Unsatisfactory; crewmember was previously proficient or satisfactory, but has
        regressed or progress is unsatisfactory. In this case, the student must regain proficiency prior to
        recommendation for an evaluation or certification.
NOTE: Once a crewmember has received "P" for an event, the only subsequent grade allowed is either
"P" or "U." Any event graded "U" must have an associated remark on AF Form 4023.
     A2.4.9. Total Number Required. Indicates the total repetitions of an event or task required by the syl­
     labus.
     A2.4.10. Total Number Accomplished. Total of the number of repetitions actually accomplished.
     A2.4.11. Required Proficiency Level (RPL). RPL for the specific event and task. Each event and task
     will have a performance standard designated for the required proficiency level the crewmember must
     achieve. In addition, each event and task may have (optional) a knowledge standard designated and
     used in the same manner as a performance standard. The standards for specific events are listed in the
     applicable master task list (MTL) and evaluation standards document (ESD). If not listed, the events
     will have an RPL of "3" for performance and "C" for knowledge (if knowledge standards are used in
     addition to performance standards). EXCEPTION: One-time events required for familiarization and
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   not listed in the MTL/ESD will not have performance and knowledge standard assigned. Performance
   and knowledge standards follow:


Event and Task Performance Standard
Code Performance is:	 Definition:
1      Extremely Limited Individual can do most activities only after being told or shown how.
       	
2      Partially Proficient Individual can do most of the behaviors, but not necessarily to the
                            desired levels of speed, accuracy, and safety.
3      Proficient 	         Individual can do and show others how to do the behavior in an activity
                            at the minimum acceptable levels of speed, accuracy, and safety
                            without the assistance of an instructor. For copilots, proficiency may
                            involve actual aircraft control or copilot duties only. For instructors,
                            proficiency includes the ability to demonstrate, instruct, and supervise
                            ground and flight activity.
4      Highly Proficient Individual can do behaviors in an activity at the highest level of speed,
                                 	
                            accuracy and safety.
Event and Task Knowledge Standard
Code Knowledge of:	 Definition:
A      Facts and            Individual can identify basic facts and terms about the subject and when
       Nomenclature         used with a performance code, can state nomenclature, simple facts, or
                            procedures involved in an activity.
B      Principles and       Individual can explain relationship of basic facts and state general
       Procedures           principles about the subject and when used with a performance code,
                            can determine step-by-step procedures for sets of activities.
C      A
       	 nalysis, and       Individual can analyze facts and principles and draw conclusions about
       Operating            the subject and when used with a performance code, can describe why
       Principles           and when each activity must be done and tell others how to accomplish
                            activities.
D      Evaluation and       Individual can evaluate conditions and create new rules or concepts
                              	
       Complete Theory 	 about the subject and when used with a performance code, can inspect,
                            weigh, and design solutions related to the theory involved with
                            activities.

A2.5. Instructions for the AF Form 4025 :
   A2.5.1. For each formal training program leading to qualification, to include secondary method train­
   ing, an AF Form 4025 will be completed detailing the individual's strengths, weaknesses, overall per­
   formance, and other pertinent information (not required for retraining as a result of a failed evaluation
   unless directed by the Sq/CC). In the remarks section, annotate the total calendar time, GT time, flight
   time, and ATD time from the AF Form 4023. A copy of this report will be filed on the right side of the
   AF Form 4022 on top of any existing AF Forms 4024.
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     A2.5.2. Squadron commanders, operations officers and flight commanders will ensure the comments
     on the AF Form 4025 do not reflect personal opinions or biases. All comments must be supported by
     information contained in the AF Forms 4023 or 4024. At the FTU, the instructor will accomplish the
     AF Form 4025 and the Sq/CC's signature is optional. Refer to the Air Force Records Disposition
     Schedule (RDS) located at https://webrims.amc.af.mil for further guidance.

A2.6. Aircrew Training Guides (TG). If available, use aircrew TGs for training programs.
     A2.6.1. The ATS contractor will develop TGs. Units may produce TGs when the ATS contractor is
     unable to provide them. TGs will be developed in accordance with AFI 36-2201, Volume 2, Air Force
     Training Program Training Management. Coordinate TG development through appropriate MAJ-
     COM with an info copy sent to HQ AMC/A37T.
     A2.6.2. Initiating TGs. Training and resource management personnel in each unit will initiate a TG
     on crewmembers prior to their entering any phase of qualification training. These TGs will be inserted
     in AF Form 4022 and may be used in lieu of AF Forms 4023 or 4024.
     A2.6.3. Use of TGs. Specific instructions for annotating training are included in each TG. TGs should
     be placed in an AF Form 4022 and maintained in accordance with paragraph A2.1.5.. TGs may be
     maintained separately from the AF Form 4022 provided that the training accomplished is recorded in
     the appropriate tables of the AF Form 4022. The AF Form 4023 is optional if the training guide is used
     to record training. The AF Form 4024 is optional if the TG is used to track individual event task
     accomplishment and grades. If the Forms 4023 and 4024 are used in TGs maintained separately from
     the AF Form 4022, ensure copies of the Forms 4023 and 4024 are attached to the Form 4022 and the
     training accomplished is recorded in the appropriate tables of the Form 4022.
        A2.6.3.1. Active status TGs will be carried by the student during all training and operational mis­
        sions and made available to the instructor for review and annotation. The student will review the
        TG and initial the training progress record prior to the next training period.
        A2.6.3.2. Complete the training progress record portion of the TG in sufficient detail to specify
        areas of training accomplished, areas needing improvement, recommended specific study areas
        for the trainee, and recommended training for the next training period. When the trainee attains
        sufficient knowledge, experience, and prerequisites for upgrade, the instructor will recommend an
        evaluation and state: "Recommend evaluation for (crew position)" on the AF Form 4023 or con­
        tractor-developed form. Trainees will not be recommended for an evaluation if a TG required
        event is incomplete or requires corrective action. EXCEPTION: Copilot and second FE flight
        simulator ATS progress reviews (evaluations) may be administered with open areas in the TG.
        A2.6.3.3. On missions without an instructor or examiner, the senior qualified counterpart (e.g.,
        AC for copilots, first FE for second FEs, qualified LM for LMs, etc.) will accomplish required
        training for those areas not requiring an instructor. Annotate applicable training information in the
        TG.
        A2.6.3.4. When an initial qualification flight evaluation is not successfully completed and addi­
        tional training is required, the flight commander will annotate deficient areas on reproduced pages
        of the appropriate TG and AF Form 4023 or contractor-developed form. This mini-TG will be
        placed in the AF Form 4022 and used to document completion of additional training.
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     A2.6.3.5. At the conclusion of training, when all requirements of the TG are met, fill-out an AF
     Form 4025 in accordance with paragraph A2.5. Maintain completed TG and associated AF Form
     4025 in the training folder according to paragraph A2.1.5.
     A2.6.3.6. Do not maintain the training guide in the flight evaluation folder.
  A2.6.4. Review Procedures:
     A2.6.4.1. Instructors and students will review the TG after each training period and discuss train­
     ing accomplished, problem areas, and immediate goals. The following are areas that should be
     covered in the “comments” section:
         A2.6.4.1.1. Pilots:
            A2.6.4.1.1.1. AR missions. Indicate whether the flight was day or night. Also, include
            whether contact was heavy- or light-weight and the accumulated contact time.
         A2.6.4.1.2. Loadmasters:
            A2.6.4.1.2.1. Operational flights or static loads. Enter a general description of duties per­
            formed on every mission leg where training was accomplished. If the trainee assisted in an
            on/offload, enter a general description of the cargo and/or number of passengers.
     A2.6.4.2. The flight commander or squadron training representative will conduct a monthly
     review of TGs. This review will be indicated by entering initials and date in the review block of
     the TG. This review is not required if a quarterly review was accomplished.
     A2.6.4.3. The commander or operations officer will review active TGs at least once each calendar
     quarter and prior to an evaluation. This review will be a separate entry on the TG and will include
     comments on weak areas and upgrade potential. Indicate review by signing the instructor-trainer
     block of the training progress record, and enter "quarterly review" in the training period identifier
     block.
     A2.6.4.4. Records of crewmembers, not receiving training (but in an active status), will be
     reviewed monthly and quarterly as indicated above. If applicable, the statement, "no training
     accomplished during this period," the reason why, and the projected date when training will
     resume will be entered on the student's training progress record.
  A2.6.5. Disposition of TGs:
     A2.6.5.1. Retain completed TGs in AF Form 4022 for 1 year following completion of training.
     A2.6.5.2. The FTU will maintain copies of the aircrew training records on incomplete trainees for
     6 months.

				
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