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F-16 Aircrew Evaluation

F-16 Aircrew Evaluation



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Published by Tim Morgan
Part two of the F-16 handbook; covers procedures for evaluating aircrew.
Part two of the F-16 handbook; covers procedures for evaluating aircrew.

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Published by: Tim Morgan on Mar 21, 2008
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This publication is available digitally on the SAF/AAD WWW site at: http://afpubs.hq.af.mil.If you lack access, contact your Publishing Distribution Office (PDO).
OPR:HQ ACC/DOTV (Maj Douglas E. Young) Certified by:HQ USAF/XOO(Col David L. Moody)Pages:44Distribution:FThis volume implements AFPD 11-2,
 Aircraft Rules and Procedures
; AFPD 11-4,
 Aviation Service;
andAFI 11-202V2,
 Aircrew Standardization/Evaluation Program
. It applies to all F-16 units. MAJCOMs/ DRUs/FOAs are to forward proposed MAJCOM/DRU/FOA-level supplements to this volume to HQUSAF/XOOT, through HQ ACC/DOTV, for approval prior to publication IAW AFPD 11-2. Copies of MAJCOM/DRU/FOA-level supplements, after approved and published, will be provided by the issuingMAJCOM/DRU/FOA to HQ USAF/XOOT, HQ ACC/DOTV, and the user MAJCOM/DRU/FOA andNGB offices of primary responsibility. Field units below MAJCOM/DRU/FOA level will forward copiesof their supplements to this publication to their parent MAJCOM/DRU/FOA office of primary responsi-bility for post publication review.
 The terms Direct Reporting Unit (DRU) and Field OperatingAgency (FOA) as used in this paragraph refer only to those DRUs/FOAs that report directly to HQ USAF.Keep supplements current by complying with AFI 33-360V1,
Publications Management Program
. Seeparagraph
 of this volume for guidance on submitting comments and suggesting improvements to thispublication.
This publication incorporates all using MAJCOM supplemental guidance using the paragraph supplemen-tation method. Supplemental material is prefaced with (MAJCOM).The Privacy Act of 1974 affects this instruction. The Privacy Act System Number F011 AF XO A, AirForce Operations Resource Management Systems (AFORMS), covers required information. The author-ity for maintenance of the system is 37 U.S.C. 301a (Incentive Pay), Public Law 92-204, Section 715(Appropriations Act for 1973), Public Laws 93-570 (Appropriations Act for 1974), 93-294 (AviationCareer Incentive Act of 1974), DoDD 7730.57 (Aviation Career Incentive Act of 1974 and RequiredAnnual Report, February 5, 1976, with Changes 1 and 2), and Executive Order 9497.The Paperwork Reduction Act of 1974 as amended in 1996 affects this instruction. Also, the Air ForceForms Management Program IAW AFI 37-160V8,
 The Air Force Publications and Forms Management Program--Developing and Processing Forms
, affects this instruction.
2AFI11-2F-16V2 1 NOVEMBER 1998
AFI11-2F-16V2 1 NOVEMBER 19983Chapter 1 GENERAL INFORMATION1.1.General.
All evaluations will be conducted IAW the provisions of AFI 11-202V2 and this volume.
1.2.Recommended Changes/Waivers.
Recommendations for improvements to this volume will be sub-mitted on AF Form 847,
Recommendation for Change of Publication
, through channels, to HQ ACC/ DOTV, 205 Dodd Blvd, Suite 101, Langley AFB VA 23665-2789. HQ USAF/XO is the approval author-ity for interim changes to this instruction. Waiver authority for this publication is the MAJCOM DO.Waivers will be requested from the parent MAJCOM Stan/Eval through appropriate channels.
1.3.1.Flight Examiners (FEs) will use the evaluation criteria contained in
 for conductingall flight and emergency procedure evaluations. To ensure standard and objective evaluations, flightexaminers will be thoroughly familiar with the prescribed evaluation criteria.1.3.2.Recording devices (VTRs, ACMI, etc.) should be used, when available, to reconstruct/evaluatethe mission.1.3.3.Unless specified, the examinee or FE may fly in any flight position/seat (to include chase)which will best enable the FE to conduct a thorough evaluation.1.3.4.The FE will brief the examinee on the purpose of the evaluation and how it will be conductedprior to flight. The examinee will accomplish required flight planning in accordance with the flightposition during the evaluation. HHQ FEs (and unit FEs as determined locally) will be furnished acopy of necessary mission data, mission materials, and data transfer cartridge loads.1.3.5.Required areas are shown in
 When it is impossible to evaluate a required area inflight, it may be evaluated by an alternate method (i.e., in a simulator/unit training device (UTD)/ cockpit procedure trainer (CPT) or by verbal examination) in order to complete the evaluation. Doc-ument the reasons and type of alternate method used in the Comments portion of the AF Form 8,
Cer-tificate of Aircrew Qualification
.1.3.6.The FE will thoroughly debrief all aspects of the flight. This debrief will include the exam-inee’s overall rating, specific deviations, area grades assigned (if other than qualified) and anyrequired additional training.
1.4.Grading Instructions.
Standards and performance parameters are contained in AFI 11-202V2 andthis instruction.1.4.1.The FE will base tolerances for in-flight parameters on conditions of smooth air and a stableaircraft. Do not consider momentary deviations from tolerances, provided the examinee appliesprompt corrective action and such deviations do not jeopardize flying safety. The FE will considercumulative deviations when determining the overall grade.1.4.2.When grading criteria specify that airspeed/AOA be evaluated and the flight manual lists onlya minimum/maximum/recommended airspeed/AOA for that area, the examinee will brief the desiredairspeed/AOA.

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