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Aircraft Procedures and Jump Commands for
      Direct Bag Static Line Operations
LESSON TITLE: Aircraft Procedures and Jump Commands for Direct Bag Static
Line Ope rations
LESSON DESIGNATOR:
TOTAL LESSON TIME: 1.00 HOURS
REFERENCES: TM ???????
INSTRUCTOR PREPARATION:
      1. 1 PRIMARY INSTRUCTOR, AN CPS MILITARY SOLO SYSTEM
          PARACHUTE SYSTEM, AN AIRCRAFT MOCKUP, POWER POINT
          PRESENTATION
      2. CLASSROOM CAPABLE OF HOLDING 40 STUDENTS
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS: NONE
LOCATION OF TESTS: N/A


INTRODUCTION
(5 MIN)

1. GAIN ATTENTION.

2. OVERVIEW. Good Morning, my name is __________________. Over the next 60
   minutes you will become familiar with the aircraft procedures and jump commands
   used during Double Bag Static Line airborne operations.

3. LEARNING OBJECTIVES.

     A. TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVE(S):

       (1) Given an aircraft, a CPS Military Solo System, with or without combat
           equipment, and with or without oxygen equipment, respond/react to aircraft
           procedures and jump commands per the references and the Jump Master brief.

      B. ENABLING LEARNING OBJECTIVE(S):

       (1) Given an aircraft, a CPS Military Solo System, with or without combat
           equipment, and with or without oxygen equipment, respond/react to aircraft
           procedure signals per the references and the Jump Master brief.

        (2) Given an aircraft, a CPS Military Solo System, with or without combat
           equipment, and with or without oxygen equipment, respond/react to jump
           commands per the references and the Jump Master brief.

4. METHOD/MEDIA. This class will be taught using the lecture and demonstration
   method, an CPS Military Solo System, an aircraft mockup, and a Power Point
   Presentation.
5. EVALUATION. You will be evaluated during the practical application portion of
   this period of instruction and the conduct of all airborne operations throughout the
   course.

TRANSITION:. Are there any questions about what we are going to talk about?

BODY
(50 MIN)

1. There are two types of signals/commands given during Double Bag Static Line
operations, information signals and action signals. Information signals simply relay
information to the parachutists. Action signals require the parachutists to perform
certain tasks. Information will always be given before action.

TRANSITION: Are there any questions about the two types of signals? Now we will
take a look at aircraft procedure signals.


2. AIRCRAFT PROCEDURES

INSTRUCTOR NOTE: DEMONSTRATE CORRECTLY EACH SIGNAL AND
COMMAND BEFORE AND AFTER EXPLANATION.

    A. DON HELMETS
     (1) Given approximately 1 min. prior to take off and or landing
     (2) Don helmets and fasten chin straps
     (3) Fasten seat belts

     B. UNFASTEN SEAT BELTS

       (1) Given at 2000 ft AGL for static line.
       (2) Unfasten seat belts and place them on the seat behind you.
       (3) Helmets may be removed at Jump Master’s discretion.

     C. 20 MINUTE WARNING

      (1) Given approximately 20 min. prior to TOT
      (2) Awake and alert
      (3) First pass attach combat equipment, operation dependent

      D. 10 MINUTE WARNING

      (1) Given approximately 10 min. prior to TOT
      (2) Don helmets if removed
      (3) Second pass attach combat equipment, operation dependent
      E. WINDS
      (1) Normally given after the 10 min. warning
      (2) Updated winds from the drop zone expressed in knots

     F. AIRCRAFT PROCEDURES
       INSTRUCTOR NOTE: SUMMARIZE EACH AIRCRAFT PROCEDURE
       SIGNAL.

      (1) DON HELMETS
      (2) UNFASTEN SEAT BELTS
      (3) 20 MINUTE WARNING
      (4) 10 MINUTE WARNING
      (5) WINDS

TRANSITION: Are there any questions about aircraft procedure signals? If there are
none, then let’s take a look at static line jump commands.


3. JUMP COMMANDS FOR STATIC LINE OPERATIONS

     A. STAND UP

     INSTRUCTOR NOTE: HAVE ASSISTANT INSTRUCTOR DEMOSTRATE
      TASK WHILE PRIMARY INSTRUCTOR EXPLAINS

     INSTRUCTOR NOTE: INFORM STUDENTS TO LOOK BACK AT
      JUMPMASTER AFTER TASKS ARE COMPLETED

      (1) Given approximately 6 min. from TOT
      (2) Stand and face rear of aircraft. If there is not an assistant jumpmaster, the last
          two jumpers in the stick will assist each other.
      (3) Perform pin check on parachutist to your front. Inspect reserve pin through
          plastic window on protective flap. Open main closing flap to inspect main
          static line pin. Leave main flap open
      (4) Remove universal static line snap hook from stow pocket on parachutist to
          your front
      (5) Hand snap hook to parachutist to your front on the appropriate side
      (6) Ensure goggles are down

      B. HOOK UP

     Hook up with snap hook
      (1) Attain the reverse bite on the static line
      (2) Operation specific; i.e. UH-1 series, UH-60 series
   C. CHECK STATIC LINES

    (1) Check static line routing on parachutist to your front; from main static line pin
        to jumper’s hand
    (2) Check static line routing on yourself; from hand to static line snap hook

   D. CHECK EQUIPMENT

    (1)   Check all attaching points on your equipment
    (2)   Chin strap
    (3)   Chest strap
    (4)   Reserve and cutaway handle
    (5)   Equipment attaching straps
    (6)   Lowering line
    (7)   Leg straps

   E. SOUND OFF FOR EQUIPMENT CHECK

    (1) Pass thumbs up to the Jump Master; starting from the rear of the stick, pass
        thumbs up over jumper’s inboard shoulder, so that it is visible

   F. MOVE TO THE REAR

    (1) Given approximately 1 min. prior to release
    (2) First parachutist moves to the hinge of the ramp

   G. STAND BY

    (1) Given approximately 15 sec. prior to release
    (2) Return thumbs up
    (3) Move to the jump door or edge of the ramp

   H. GO

    (1) Given at the release point
    (2) Exit as briefed

   J. JUMP COMMANDS

INSTRUCTOR NOTE: SUMMARIZE EACH JUMP COMMAND.

    (1)   STAND UP
    (2)   HOOK UP
    (3)   CHECK STATIC LINES
    (4)   CHECK EQUIPMENT
    (5)   SOUND OFF FOR EQUIPMENT CHECK
      (6) MOVE TO THE REAR
      (7) STAND BY
      (8) GO

TRANSITION: Are there any questions about static line jump commands? If there are
none, then let’s take a look at additional signals used during Double Bag Static Line
operations.

4. ADDITIONAL SIGNALS

      A. MASK

      (1) Given when it is necessary for parachutists to begin using supplemental
          oxygen
      (2) Ensure positive oxygen flow
      (3) Seat oxygen mask onto face and secure bayonet fitting
      (4) Extend thumbs up out to front when finished if good

      B. OXYGEN CHECK

      (1) Given immediately after mask and periodically there after
      (2) Extend thumbs up out to front if good
      (3) If at any time there is a problem, extend arm out to front with palm down

       C. ABORT

      (1) Given any time release conditions are not favorable
      (2) Parachutists back up to hinge of ramp and await farther commands

       D. ADDITIONAL SIGNALS

INSTRUCTOR NOTE: SUMMARIZE EACH ADDITIONAL SIGNAL.

      (1) MASK
      (2) OXYGEN CHECK
      (3) ABORT

TRANSITION: Are there any questions over what we have covered during this period
of instruction? If there are none, then I have a few for you.

Question: What two types of signals are giving during Double Bag Static Line
operations?

Answer: Information and action.

Question: When is the jump commands ‘GO’ given?
Answer: When the aircraft is over the release point.

SUMMARY:
(5 MIN) During this period of instruction, we talked about aircraft procedure signals,
jump commands and additional signals used during Double Bag Static Line operations.
If there are no farther questions, this concludes this period of instruction

				
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