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NATOPS Flight Manual Navy F-14D Aircraft (1997)

NATOPS Flight Manual Navy F-14D Aircraft (1997)

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NAVAIR Ol-F14AAD-1
NATOPS FLIGHT MANUALNAVY MODEL
F-l 4D
AIRCRAFT
THIS PlJBLlCATlON SUPERSEDES NAVAlR 01-Fl4AAD-1DATED 1 FEBRUARY 1992 AND CHANGED 15 MAY 1995THIS PUBLICATION IS INCOMPLETE WITHOUTNAVAIR 01-Fl4AAP-1.1 AND NAVAIR 01-Fl4AAD-IATACTICAL SOFTWARE EFFECTIVITY: OFP DO1
DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT C - Distribution authorfred to U.S.Government agencies and their contractors to protect publicationsrequired for official use or for administrative or operationalpurposes only (1 March 1990). Other requests for this document shallbe referred to Commanding Dffrcer, Naval Alr Technical Services Facility,Defense Distribution Depot Susquehanna Pennsylvania, Bldg. 05, !5480Carlisle Pike, Mechanicsburg, PA 17058-0789.DESTRUCTlON NOTlCE - For unclassified, limited documents, destroy byany method that will prevent disclosure of contents or reconstruction ofthe document.
ISSUED BY AUTHORlTY OF THE CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONSAND UNDERTHE DIRECTION OF THECOMMANDER, NAVAL AIR SYSTEMS COMMAND
’ @merse1=nk)FEBRUARY 1997
NATEC ELECTRONIC MANUAL
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NAVAIR Ol-F14AAD-1DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVYCHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS2000NAVY PENTAGONWASHINGTON, D.C. 20350-2000I February 1997LETTER OF PROMULGATION1. The Naval Air Training and OperatingProceduresStandardization NATOPS) Program is apositive approach oward improving combat readiness nd achieving a substantial eduction n theaircraft mishap ate. Standardization, asedon professional nowledgeandexperience, rovides he basis or developmentof an efficient andsoundoperational rocedure. he standardization rogram is not planned o stifle individual initiative, but rather to aid the commanding officer in increasingtheunit’s combatpotential without reducingcommandprestigeor responsibility. 2. This manual standardizes round and flight procedures ut doesnot include tactical doctrine.Compliance with the stipulated manual requirements and procedures s mandatory except asauthorized erein. n order o remain effective,NATOPS must be dynamic and stimulate ather hansuppress ndividual thinking. Since aviation is a continuing, progressive profession, it is bothdesirableandnecessaryhat new ideasand new techniques e expeditiouslyevaluatedand ncorpo- rated f proven to be sound. To this end, commanding officers of aviation units are authorized omodify procedurescontained herein, in accordancewith the waiver provisions establishedby OPNAVINST 3710.7, for the purposeof assessing ew ideasprior to initiating recommendationsfor permanent hanges.This manual is preparedand kept current by the users n order to achievemaximum readiness nd safety n the most efftcient and economicalmanner. Should conflict existbetween the training and operating procedures ound in this manual and those found in otherpublications, his manual will govern.3. Checklistsandotherpertinentextracts rom this publication necessaryo normal operations nd training shouldbe made and carried for use n naval aircraft.DENNIS V. McGINNRearAdmiral, U.S. NavyDirector, Air Warfare3 (ReverseBlank) ORIGINAL