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21st Century U.S. Military Documents: Air Force B-2 Spirit Bomber - Operations Procedures, Aircrew Evaluation Criteria, Aircrew Training Flying Operations
     

21st Century U.S. Military Documents: Air Force B-2 Spirit Bomber - Operations Procedures, Aircrew Evaluation Criteria, Aircrew Training Flying Operations

by Progressive Management
 

Three Air Force documents provide unique information about USAF operations of this aircraft.

B-2 Operations Procedures - Chapter 1 * INTRODUCTION * 1.1. Scope and Responsibilities * 1.2. References, Abbreviations, Acronyms, and Terms * 1.3. Waivers * 1.4. Deviations * 1.5. Distribution * Chapter 2 * MISSION PLANNING * 2.1. Responsibilities * 2.2. Map/chart

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Three Air Force documents provide unique information about USAF operations of this aircraft.

B-2 Operations Procedures - Chapter 1 * INTRODUCTION * 1.1. Scope and Responsibilities * 1.2. References, Abbreviations, Acronyms, and Terms * 1.3. Waivers * 1.4. Deviations * 1.5. Distribution * Chapter 2 * MISSION PLANNING * 2.1. Responsibilities * 2.2. Map/chart preparation * 2.3. CBRNE * 2.4. Fuel Conservation * 2.5. Briefing/Debriefing * 2.6. Unit Developed Checklists/Local Pilot Aids * 2.7. Personal Equipment * Chapter 3 * NORMAL OPERATING PROCEDURES * 3.1. Ground Communications * 3.2. Ground Visual Signals * 3.3. Preflight * 3.4. Taxi * 3.5. Takeoff * 3.6. Formation * 3.7. Air Refueling * 3.8. Approaches and Landings * 3.9. Airshow/Flyby Profiles * 3.10. Chase Formation * 3.11. Reduced Lighting Training * 3.12. After Landing Procedures * 3.13. Hot Pit Refueling (HPR) * 3.14. Fuel minimums * Chapter 4 * INSTRUMENT PROCEDURES * 4.1. Approach Category * 4.2. Simulated Instrument Flight Procedures * 4.3. Flight in Precipitation/Icing Procedures * 4.4. INS/GPS/RVSM Flight * 4.5. B-2 BRNAV, RNP-10, MNPS RNP-12 * Chapter 5 * PILOT OPERATIONAL LIMITATIONS AND RESTRICTIONS * 5.1. Scope * 5.2. Crew Requirements * 5.3. General Limitations * 5.4. Pilot and Aircraft Limitations * Chapter 6 * AIR-TO-SURFACE WEAPONS EMPLOYMENT * 6.1. References * 6.2. General * 6.3. Off-Range Simulated Weapons Employment * 6.4. Weather Minimums/IMC Weapons Deliveries * 6.5. Hung weapons procedures * 6.6. Jettison procedures * 6.7. Exercise participation * Chapter 7 * ABNORMAL OPERATING PROCEDURES * 7.1. General * 7.2. Ground Aborts * 7.3. Takeoff Aborts * 7.4. Air Aborts * 7.5. Radio/IFF-SIF Failure * 7.6. Lost Wingman Procedures * 7.7. Spatial Disorientation (SD)/Unusual Attitudes * 7.8. Armament System Malfunctions * 7.9. In-flight Practice of Emergency Procedures * 7.10. Search and Rescue Combat Air Patrol (SARCAP) Procedures * Chapter 8 * LOCAL OPERATING PROCEDURES * 8.1. General * 8.2. Forms Adopted

B-2 Aircrew Evaluation Criteria - Chapter 1 * GENERAL INFORMATION * 1.1. General * 1.2. Waivers * 1.3. Procedures * 1.4. Grading Instructions * 1.5. Emergency Procedures/ATD Evaluation * 1.6. Examinations * 1.7. Instructor Evaluations * Chapter 2 * EVALUATION REQUIREMENTS * 2.1. General * 2.2. Instrument/Qualification Evaluation * 2.3. Mission Evaluation * 2.4. Instructor Evaluation * 2.5. Difference Requirements (If Applicable) * 2.6. Dual Seat Qualification (If Applicable) * Chapter 3 * EVALUATION CRITERIA * 3.1. General Grading Standards * 3.2. General * 3.3. Instrument * 3.4. Tactical Employment * 3.5. Information Collection, Records, and Forms

B-2 Aircrew Training - Chapter 1 * GENERAL GUIDANCE * 1.1. Abbreviations, Acronyms, and Terms * 1.2. Responsibilities * 1.3. Processing Changes * 1.4. Training * 1.5. Training Concepts and Policies * 1.6. RAP Policy and Management * 1.7. Training Sortie Program Development * 1.8. Training Records and Reports * 1.9. Weapons Delivery Recording * 1.10. Pilot Utilization Policy * 1.11. Sortie Allocation and Unit Manning Guidance * 1.12. Waiver Authority * 1.13. Test Units * Chapter 2 * FORMAL TRAINING * 2.1. General * 2.2. Waivers * 2.3. Prerequisites * 2.4. Ground Training * 2.5. Flying Training * 2.6. IQT * 2.7. BQT * 2.8. RQT * 2.9. FIC * 2.10. Faculty Training Course (FTC) * 2.11. Air Refueling Familiarization Training * 2.12. B-2 Lead In Weapons, Tactics And Intelligence Training * 2.13. USAF Weapons Instructor Course (WIC) * 2.14. USAFWS Instructor Upgrade Course * 2.15. Operational Test and Evaluation (OT&E) Training Program * Chapter 3 * MISSION QUALIFICATION TRAINING * 3.1. General * 3.2. Ground Training * 3.3. Simulator Training * 3.4. Flying Training * 3.5. Transferring Between Units * Chapter 4 * CONTINUATION TRAINING * 4.1. General * 4.2. Ground Training * 4.3. Flying Training * 4.4. Special Categories * 4.5. Multiple Qualification/Currency

Product Details

BN ID:
2940045336086
Publisher:
Progressive Management
Publication date:
10/16/2013
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
304 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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