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103.1
What are the seven primary mission areas of Maritime Patrol Air Craft?
1. ASU - Anti surface Warfare
2. ASW - Anti submarine Warfare
3. C2W - Comand and control Warfare
4. CCC - Command, control, and Communications.
5. Int - Intelligence.
6. MIW - Mine warfare
7. MOB - Mobility
103.2
Define the purpose of this flight. INSTRUMENT TRAINING
Provides proficiencey training for pilots and NFO'S in communication and navigation procedures, and use of and interperting flight publications.
102.3
Define the purpose of this flight. DEDICATED FIELD WORK
Enhances piloting skills. Each pilot should complete one DFW per month to include six landings, one night DFW per quarter to include six landings and one instructor DFW per quarter to include a three engine, 2 engine and no flap landing.
102.3
Define the purpose of this flight. NATOPS INSTRUMENT EVALUATION.
Test and evaluation for pilots and NFO'S to verify their ability to fly instrument approaches and to use / interpert flight publications.
102.3
Define the purpose of this flight. AIRWAYS TRAINING.
Provides proficiency training in flights filed under IFR Flight plans and operated along ATC controlled flight routes.
103.3
Describe the purpose of Crew Training flights.
Crew training flights provide the oportunity for individual crewmembers to achieve basic qualifications. In turn as individual quals are reached and the entire crew fulfills qual requirements than the crews readiness increases.
103.3
Describe the purpose of a NATOPS evaluation flight.
A in-flight evaluation conducted by NATOPS instructor to test the knowledge and proficiencey of an individual crew member at a station within the aircraft.
103.3
What is the purpose of the MADCOMP (Magnetic Anomaly Detection compensation check?
to verify repairs of previous MAD discrepancies and to decide if there is a need for MAD compensation.
103.5
what NATOP flight condition has all stations manned for low altitude ASW localization, mining, attack, or rigging?
Condition One
(Battle)
What NATOPS flight condition requires all stations be manned as needed for routine search, partol, high altitude ASW operations, over water or over land?
Condition Two
(Surveillance / High altitude ASW Operations/ Transit)
103.5
What NATOP fligh condition is described when all stations are manned by primary operators and ICS checks are performed and equipment status is obtained and reported to the TACCO and then on to the Pilot in command.
Condition 3
(Operational Check)
103.5
Describe NATOP flight condition -4.
Crewmembers leave thier dithing stations to inspect the aircraft.
103.5
What NATOPS flight condition requires all flight crew members and passengers to be at thier assigned ditching stations?
Condition 5
(takeoff and landing)