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What are the seven primary mission areas of Maritime Patrol Aircraft MPA):
(1)Anti-Surface Warfare (ASUW)
(2)Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW)
(3)Command & Control Warfare (C²W)
(4)Command, Control & Communications (CCC)
(5)Intelligence (INT)
(6)Mine Warfare (MIW)
(7)Mobility (MOB)
ASUW
Anti-Surface Warfare
(ASW)
Anti-Submarine Warfare
(C²W)
Command & Control Warfare
(CCC)
Command, Control & Communications
(INT)
Intelligence
(MIW)
Mine Warfare
(MOB)
Mobility
Instrument training:
Provides proficiency training for pilots and NFO's in radio communications/navigation procedures and flight publications usage and interpretation
Dedicated Field Work (DFW):
The Dedicated Field Work program provides pilots the opportunity to enhance their piloting skills in all phases of flight, as well as flying adequate hours each month to maintain proficiency and build required experience levels
NATOPS Instrument evaluation:
Administered to Pilots and NFO's,evaluates their ability to fly an instrument approach and interpret / use flight publications
Airways training
Encompasses may types of flights such as logistic flights (log RUNS), airlifts, "sleigh rides," and other flights
Crew Training -
Training to achieve a higher degree of tactical effectiveness through crew coordination
NATOPS evaluation flights -
an annual evaluation flight shall be conducted IAW OPNAV 3710.7 to evaluate the knowledge and proficiency of the crewmembers for a specific position in the aircraft
Describe the basic purpose of a Magnetic Anomaly Detection Compensation (MAD COMP) check.
The various MAD checks incorporated in the check flight are designed to provide in-flight checks to validate the repair of previous MAD discrepancies and to determine the need for MAD compensation
Condition I - Battle
All stations are manned for low altitude ASW, localization, mining, attack or rigging
Condition II - Surveillance/Tactics
Surveillance / High altitude ASW / Transit Stations manned as necessary for routine search, patrol, high altitude ASW operations or for overland / over water transit.
Condition III - Operational Check
Primary operators who will obtain an ICS check and equipment status and report status to the TACCO shall man all stations.
Condition IV - Aircraft Inspection
Crewmember designated by the aircraft commander during the briefing leaves his/her ditching station, inspects the physical integrity of the aircraft and reports the results in person to the pilot and flight engineer
Condition V - Takeoff / Landing
All crewmembers and passengers shall take assigned ditching stations
Condition I - Battle
All stations are manned for low altitude ASW, localization, mining, attack or rigging
Condition II - Surveillance/Tactics
Surveillance / High altitude ASW / Transit Stations manned as necessary for routine search, patrol, high altitude ASW operations or for overland / over water transit.
Condition III - Operational Check
Primary operators who will obtain an ICS check and equipment status and report status to the TACCO shall man all stations.
Condition IV - Aircraft Inspection
Crewmember designated by the aircraft commander during the briefing leaves his/her ditching station, inspects the physical integrity of the aircraft and reports the results in person to the pilot and flight engineer
Condition V - Takeoff / Landing
All crewmembers and passengers shall take assigned ditching stations