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Authored by Rich Simerson 01-Jun-2007 Updated 01-Feb-2011 Modified by Lt Colonel Fred Blundell TX-129 Fort Worth Senior Squadron For Local Training Rev.

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1 Authored by Rich Simerson 01-Jun-2007 Updated 01-Feb-2011 Modified by Lt Colonel Fred Blundell TX-129 Fort Worth Senior Squadron For Local Training Rev 5.0 03-Jan-2014

2 This Training Slide Show is a project undertaken by Lt Colonel Fred Blundell of the TX-129 Fort Worth Senior Squadron, Fort Worth, TX for local use to assist those CAP Members interested in advancing their skills. The information contained herein is for CAP Members personal use and is not intended to replace or be a substitute for any of the CAP National Training Programs. Users should review the presentations Revision Number at the end of each file name to ensure that they have the most current publication.

3 Description ELT search in an IFR environment requires maneuvering and multiple flight plan changes in an IFR environment contrary to expectation and IFR pilot training of stable flight with minimal nav changes requires changing navigation, changing flight plans, ATC coordination 3

4 ELT Types 406 with GPS 406 no GPS 121.5 Number in use, projected How each works, transmission facts, ranges, battery life

5 ELT Search Equipment Becker, L-Tronics, VHF radios How each tool works, strengths, limitations Becker L-Tronics VHF Radios

6 Standard ELT VFR Search Techniques High altitude route search to begin Direct to with Becker Wing Null Aural-fade Collapsing box De-tuning

7 Applying Standard ELT Search Techniques To The IFR Environment Direct translation Describe variances by technique Electronic vs visual checkpoints Charts Altitude management

8 Impact Of An ELT Search During An IFR Flight IFR flight – normal flight parameters Variations to normal IFR flight in ELT searching Rapidly changing flight plan Impact of technology on flight requirements Block airspace/altitudes Much more maneuvering than normal CAP mission base radio Ease of MP being distracted Aviate, Navigate, Communicate, then CAP mission

9 Aircrew Roles and Responsibilities A true CRM environment MP/MO are cross-trained Pure IFR environment MO talks with Scanner Scanner deals with outside world Translates IFR to VFR Owns CAP comms

10 Mission Pilot Mission Observer Mission Scanner Primary Role Aircraft Commander Sortie Commander Translation to non-IFR Minimum Qualification CAP IFR MP with 25 ELT missions CAP MO (prefer IFR MP) with 25 ELT missions and IFR navigation experience CAP Mission Observer with excellent navigation, chart reading and communication skills Primary Task Review, accept and fly the sortie safely Plan the sortie and run the ELT search airborne Translate sortie info from IFR to VFR for Mission Base, Ground teams Flight Task Fly safely and within CAP/FAA regs Supports MP as Navigator and with radio/nav setup Visual scanning where possible Search Not involved except to fly the plane where instructed Defines search plan, monitors receivers, records inputs and makes adjustments to complete search Supports MO planning at all stages; translates inputs onto VFR sectional and ultimately road maps Navigation Execute navigation plan; Accept airborne sortie changes after review of each change on ATC compliance, fuel reserve, aircrew ability and endurance, and safety Create initial nav plan. Make all navigation plan adjustments, including impacts on fuel, aircrew ability and endurance, and safety Supports MO Radios Handles ATC comm Optional ATC comm; handles CAP comm if back seat unable Handles CAP comm Environment Pure IFR, no distractions Pure IFR, no distractions; responds to info requests from MS Translation to the non-IFR world - Location and flight/search status - VFR sectional and Ground team road map level Responsibilities Matrix

11 Training Plan Plan and execute two IFR ELT training flights Crew of 3 MP, MO, Instructor as MS First flight under IFR flight plan No View Limiting Device (VLD) Becker, then L-Tonics or VHF radios Second flight under IFR flight plan VLD

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12 Questions? Always Think Safety!


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