By U.S. Government,Department of Defense,U.S. Military,U.S. Air Force
Contents: C-32B Operations techniques * C-32B Aircrew review standards * C-32B Aircrew Training
Chapter 1 * common details * 1.1. normal * 1.2. Applicability * 1.3. keyword phrases defined * 1.4. Deviations and Waivers * 1.5. supplementations * 1.6. Distribution * 1.7. adjustments * bankruptcy 2 * COMMAND AND keep watch over * 2.1. common * 2.2. Operational keep an eye on (OPCON) * 2.3. Execution Authority * 2.4. Pilot In Command accountability and Authority * 2.5. challenge Clearance choice * 2.6. Aircrew tasks * 2.7. Operational C2 Reporting * 2.8. project Commander obligations * bankruptcy three * group supplement AND administration * 3.1. Aircrew Qualification * 3.2. Pilots * 3.3. Airborne venture procedure experts (AMSS) and Loadmasters (LM) * 3.4. team supplement * 3.5. extra workforce contributors (ACM) * 3.6. Interfly * 3.7. Scheduling regulations (See AFI 11-202V3) * 3.8. workforce leisure * 3.9. Flight responsibility interval (FDP) * 3.10. group adjustments * 3.11. Alert tactics * bankruptcy four * COMMAND working directions * 4.1. pursuits * 4.2. coverage * 4.3. working directions * bankruptcy five * AIRLAND OPERATIONAL approaches * 5.1. Checklists * 5.2. responsibility Station * 5.3. Flight Deck access * 5.4. Takeoff and touchdown coverage * 5.5. touchdown apparatus and Flap Operation In-Flight * 5.6. Use of outdoor Observers * 5.7. Seat Belts * 5.8. plane lights * 5.9. moveable digital units * 5.10. Smoking regulations * 5.11. Advisory Calls * 5.12. Communications coverage * 5.13. Transportation of army operating canines * 5.14. Alcoholic drinks * 5.15. Runway, Taxiway and Airfield requisites * 5.16. Wind regulations * 5.17. Runway situation studying (RCR) * 5.18. plane Taxi Obstruction Clearance standards and international item harm (FOD) Avoidance * 5.19. gasoline requisites * 5.20. Intersection Takeoffs * 5.21. Land and carry brief (LAHSO) Operations * 5.22. Stop-and-Go Landings * 5.23. lowered energy Operations * 5.24. Engine Out Takeoffs * 5.25. Engines working On/Offload (ERO) * 5.26. Emergency Airlift * bankruptcy 6 * normal working rules * part 6A—Premission * 6.1. Aircrew Uniform * 6.2. own necessities * 6.3. Premission activities * 6.4. Aircrew courses standards * part 6B—Predeparture * 6.5. Airfield Certification * 6.6. Aircrew Intelligence Briefing * 6.7. Flight workforce info dossier (FCIF) * 6.8. venture Kits * 6.9. Briefing specifications * 6.10. name symptoms * 6.11. software Flight ideas * 6.12. Flight info Verification * 6.13. Departure making plans * 6.14. drawback Clearance making plans * 6.15. Takeoff Minimums and Departure Alternates * 6.16. vacation spot requisites (for submitting reasons) * 6.17. vacation spot and AAR Alternates * 6.18. opposed climate making plans * 6.19. gasoline making plans * 6.20. project Folder * 6.21. Navigation Kits * part 6C—Preflight * 6.22. plane Civilian upkeep types * 6.23. En direction plane Preflights * 6.24. airplane Servicing and flooring Operations * 6.25. Aircrew/Maintenance Engine Run-ups * 6.26. Towing * 6.27. Aircrew Flight apparatus requisites * 6.28. Transponder Operations * 6.29. Dropped item Prevention * 6.30. Narcotics * 6.31. Cockpit Congestion and unfastened items * 6.32. Flight information recorder (FDR) and cockpit voice recorder (CVR) structures * 6.33. Passenger coverage * 6.34. One-time Flights * 6.35. practical and recognition money Flights (FCF and ACF) * part 6D—Departure * 6.36. On Time Takeoffs * 6.37. Cabin safeguard tactics for Takeoff and touchdown * part 6E—Enroute * 6.38. Flight development * 6.39. Navigational features * 6.40. Communications directions for Reporting important Intelligence Sightings (CIRVIS) and different studies * 6.41. In-flight nutrition * 6.42. Communications * 6.43. In-flight Emergency systems * 6.44. clinical tips * 6.45. climate Forecasts * 6.46. Diversions * part 6F—Arrival * 6.47. team Coordination * 6.48. device method Minimums * 6.49. climate less than Minimums
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21st Century U.S. Military Documents: Air Force C-32B Special Airlift Aircraft - Operations Procedures, Aircrew Evaluation Criteria, Aircrew Training Flying Operations by U.S. Government,Department of Defense,U.S. Military,U.S. Air Force