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What is NATOPS?
Issued by the CNO its instructions prescribe general flight and operating inst. & procedures applicable to the operation of all naval aircraft & related activities.
What does NATOPS stand for?
Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization
What are the general aircraft prestart precautions?
Before starting chock wheels/set brake unless manual deviates, FOD check, install intake screens,if nonpilot is starting make sure A/C is tied down, have fire crew ready.
Define Warning as it applies to NATOPS.
An operating procedure, practiv, or condition, etc. that may result in injury or death if not carefullly observed or followed.
Define Caution as it applies to NATOPS.
An operating procedure, practiv, or condition, etc. that may result in damage to equipment if not carefullly observed or followed.
Define Note as it applies to NATOPS.
An operating procedure, practiv, or condition, etc. that must be emphasized.
Define Shall as it applies to NATOPS.
Means a procedure that is mandatory.
Define Should as it applies to NATOPS.
Means a procedure that is recommended.
Define May as it applies to NATOPS.
"May" and "need not" mean procedure is optional.
Define Will as it applies to NATOPS.
Indicates futurity and never indicates any degree of requirement for application of a procedure.
State the purpose of a NATOPS evaluation.
It is intended to evaluate individual and unit compliance by observing and grading adherence to NATOPS procedures.
What is NAVFLIRS?
Naval Flight Records Subsystem. OPNAV 3710/4, also known as the "yellow sheet"
What does NAVFLIRS do?
It is the single source document for recording flight activity data in support of the Maintenance Data System (MDS. Prepared for each flight attempt.
What data is collected on NAVFLIRS?
Statistical description of flight pertaining to A/C & crew, records of; logistic actions performed during flight, weapons proficiency, training areas used & other miscellaneous data.
State the purpose of master flight files.
Only official record of naval A/C & maintained IAW OPNAVINST 3710.7 by every reporting custodian of naval A/C as defined in OPNAVINST 5442.2.
What does the aircraft visual identification system do?
It is assignment of A/C markings & side numbers that differentiate the identity of A/C from other units.
Describe the aircraft visual identification system.
It provides a means of rapid identification of Navy and USMC A/C that is simple, flexible, and readily adaptable to expansion in the event of mobilization.
What do A/C use as their side numbers?
The last 3 or 4 digits of their BUNO or A/C nubmer as thier side number/tail number.
Side numbers and the colors they are painted in are based on what?
Unit type.
VAQ uses what color for side marking?
Maroon.
HS uses what color for side marking?
Magenta.
VS uses what color for side marking?
Dark Green.
What does the COMNAVAIRLANT use?
First Character is "A thru M"; Second Character is "A thru Z"
What does the COMNAVAIRPAC use?
First Character is "N thru Z"; Second Character is "A thru Z"
What does the CNATRAC use?
First character is "A thru G"