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TRANSITION CHECKRIDE ROE

T5390

PROFILE





    • Obtain the profile from a check pilot/Squadron Sup (line IPs are not allowed to roll profiles) as soon as the student is optioned for T5390.

    • A primary and alternate out base will be specified.

    • The primary out-base profile will be flown unless weather or NOTAMS dictate otherwise. The alternate base profile will be used as the next option. If neither the primary or secondary profile will work the student may elect to go to another base to complete the checkride.

    • Forecast weather will allow VFR patterns and simulated emergencies to be flown (minimums of 1500/3 ceiling and visibility and maintain VMC).

    • The profile will determine which student will go first (student “1” and “2”).

    • Normally, 1st student flies out to the MOA, accomplishes maneuvers then flies to the airfield and accomplishes the instrument approach and pattern work.

    • After the seat swap, the 2nd student accomplishes the instrument approach and pattern work, flies to the MOA for area maneuvers and returns to Laughlin AFB. Student #2 should plan to fly the recovery or vectors to the radar pattern at DLF at a minimum. The check pilot may accomplish the full-stop landing at his or her discretion.

    • Students who receive TSTC Waco or Lubbock International as a profile will plan to go directly to TSTC or Lubbock to accomplish the pattern work. TSTC Waco will be used unless NOTAMS or bird conditions will not allow. A seat swap in the pattern for student 2 will be accomplished to get their pattern work and a return to the area for area work. A seat swap will take place again so that student 1 can accomplish the area work.

    • For singleton checkrides to TSTC Waco or Lubbock International, the MOA work may still be performed enroute to the outbase.

    • Students will not plan to accomplish the instrument approach at DLF as part of their profile. However, one may be flown if extenuating circumstances (weather, ATC, etc) preclude it being completed at the out-base.

    • The student is not required to accomplish the walk-around for a single-student profile. However, if the IP wants to use the walk-around as a GK opportunity then the student may be asked to do the walk-around. At no time will the timing of the mission profile be compromised.


GRADEBOOKS


    • Flight commanders must ensure student is opted for the checkride (i.e. not DNIF, UNSAT, etc).

    • W flight will not review gradebooks to ensure the students are opted for checkrides.


REPORT


    • Students will report in a military fashion 2+30 prior to takeoff time to the check pilot in W Flt or other location with prior coordination.

    • Check pilot may alter the report time if unusual circumstances exist (i.e. singleton checkride, crew rest, prebrief the day prior).

      • NOTE: Students will have their profile planned (e.g. what maneuvers and approaches will be flown, etc.).


RESPONSIBILITIES


    • A DD-175 flight plan will be prepared prior to brief time (this is an emphasis area).

    • Students should also have a copy of the mission data card for the check pilot with the appropriate information.

    • Students will be responsible for profile pacing; when to step, takeoff, seat swap (~1.6 hours into sortie or when done with profile) and land unless the check pilot intervenes.

    • The first student will brief the sortie using the IFG Single-ship Briefing Guide and will be responsible for all preflight ground operations. The check pilot will be present as the student reviews the forms and weight and balance to determine if the airplane is mission capable. The first student may delegate other duties with check pilot concurrence.

    • The second student will be responsible for all post flight ground operations, to include the forms and the post-flight walk-around.

    • Jump seat is responsible for safety of flight (i.e., clearing and backing up critical actions)

      • Except for actual safety of flight concerns, the jump seat student will not offer assistance to the left seat student

      • All delegated duties will be passed through the check pilot

      • Expect the check pilot to delegate some duties to the jump seat (i.e. looking up power settings, landing data, etc.)

      • Jump seat student can pass up applicable approach plates when requested

  • Singleton checkride students will ensure that appropriate publications are on board the aircraft and readily accessible in flight. Singleton students may delegate performance of the exterior inspection to the check pilot with check pilot approval.


GENERAL ROE


    • Students must use 1-1 performance manual charts (non-Tab Data) for calculating all TOLD with the exception of MCT, N1-Go, Hot Brakes, Landing Distance and Touch and Go Distance Tab Data published in the In-Flight Guide.

    • There are basically four tasks students are responsible for in the Transition Phase for FMS Ops: The student must: initialize, check the database to ensure currency, check the route list to ensure currency, and load the flight plan into the FMS. (this is an emphasis area)

    • FMS will not be used for course navigation and the MFD display in the area will be determined by the check-ride profile.

    • Use of the flight director is not authorized.

    • Use of the second course on the EHSI is authorized.

    • Drift from the Nav status page will not be used.

    • Students are responsible for all radio frequency changes on the ground, entering and exiting a MOA, and in the traffic pattern.



  • CRM between students and check pilots will be IAW Squadron Single Ship Standards (86FTS OI 11-201.) CRM between students will be limited to safety of flight concerns only.

  • The check pilot will be responsible for weather radar operations.



  • Landings may be accomplished from an IAP or any visual pattern (i.e. it is not required to perform all of the separate patterns).


CHECKLISTS


  • Students should know the proper response to all checklist items and are responsible for completion of all checklists regardless of status as PF/PNF.


ANTI-ICE AND DE-ICE


  • Check pilot will expect the student to specify if they want it on or checked (as appropriate) as those steps are reached in the checklist. If there is some weather in the airport vicinity or enroute it would be a good idea to check all systems.

  • It is the student pilot's responsibility to identify when needed inflight, and to ensure it is turned on using the proper procedures.


AREA WORK


  • Primary means of area orientation is with traditional navaids except when the profile dictates full FMS/MFD usage. Students are required to navigate to and report established in the area prior to using FMS/MFD. VFR charts should be referenced weather permitting.

  • The student is responsible for maintaining appropriate weather minimums while accomplishing area maneuvers.

  • Maneuver setup is not graded - only the maneuver itself (a nice setup can contribute to a smooth and expeditious recovery).

  • Students are expected to begin and recover to level flight for area maneuvers


VERTICAL S


  • The check pilot will designate what type of Vertical S is to be performed.

  • Perform with total reference to the instruments.


STEEP TURNS


  • The profile will designate the airspeed for this maneuver.

  • Plan one turn of at least 180 degrees.

  • Perform as a composite maneuver (i.e., utilize both inside and outside visual references).


UNUSUAL ATTITUDES


  • Student will determine when the maneuver will be accomplished by telling the check pilot they are ready for unusual attitudes (expect two).


TRAFFIC PATTERN STALLS


  • The check pilot will designate an over- or an under-shooting stall.

  • Plan the second traffic pattern stall as a straight-ahead.

  • Flap setting is determined by the assigned profile.


SLOW FLIGHT


  • At least 60 degrees of heading change is desired during this maneuver and 2 turns are optimal.

  • Flap setting is determined by the assigned profile



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