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1 Sport Bike Concept of Operations

2 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY Note: This Slide is Mandatory
This Contains Privileged Safety Information Unauthorized Use Or Disclosure Can Subject You To Criminal Prosecution, Termination Of Employment, Civil Liability, Or Other Adverse Actions See AFI , Chapter 2 For Restrictions Destroy IAW AFMAN When No Longer Needed For Mishap Prevention Purposes Note: Do Not Remove “For Official Use Only” From Any Slide

3 OVERVIEW Background of PMV2 training & AFSAS query Class A Class B
Class C Trends Significant interest items Recommendations ConOps

4 DEVELOPMENT TEAM OIC Maj Eric Haussermann (AFRC)
NCOIC SSgt David Grant

5 RESEARCH BACKGROUND Unable to determine rate 2005, had 6 fatalities
No registration numbers for sport bike operators vs. non-sport bike operators Motorcyclists first, sport bike operator second 2005, had 6 fatalities Male, young, same type of motorcycle Query Single, Collision Collision is one or more vehicle, animal, human contacted or caused PMV2 to lose control Must be clear indication rider was at fault (PMV2 attempting to pass a PMV4 which was passing another PMV4) Type of training is broken into BRC, ERC, RSS, Unknown Unknown is no known training, or type training / date Mishap location Curve, straight, intersection

6 DoDDI , AFI DoDDi & AFI mandates training & PPE No cost to member, or leave is charged Course must include knowledge and task evaluations Mandates “no skin below the chin” PPE Reflective vest NOT specifically stated

7 CLASS A; AF OVERVIEW Total reviewed, 1 Oct 05-1 Oct 01 85
Single / Collision 51 / 34 PMV2 at-fault 8 of 35 Time of year April – August Trained / Unknown 50 / 36 BRC / ERC / RSS 12 / 16 / 21 Mishap location Corner 39 Straight 29 Intersection 18 Notes: CC denied training due to duty performance; FM directed no training due to budget; 4 collisions PPE worn

8 CLASS B; AF OVERVIEW Total reviewed, 1 Oct 05-1 Oct 01 8
Single / Collision 3 / 5 PMV2 at-fault 0 Trained / Unknown 5 / 3 BRC / ERC / RSS 0 / 3 / 2 Mishap location Corner 3 Straight 4 Intersection 1 Notes: Scheduled for ERC; class cancelled by wing SEG; 1 PMV4 hit 2 PMV2’s; BAC .23, known drinker; PMV4 failed to yield right of way

9 CLASS C; AF OVERVIEW Total reviewed, 1 Oct 05-30 Sep 03 243
Single / Collision / 98 PMV2 at-fault 13 Time of year March – October Trained / Unknown / 92 BRC / ERC / RSS 76 / 51 / 25 Mishap location Corner 99 Straight 91 Intersection 53 Note: 5 collisions were caused by animals, 1 bicyclist

10 TRENDS Failure to negotiate curve Collision with PMV4 or other object
Failure to successfully traverse roadway hazard Trained to AFI and Dodo requirements

11 CLASS A; AMC OVERVIEW Single / Collision 16 / 13
Total reviewed, 30 Sep Oct Single / Collision 16 / 13 PMV2 at-fault 7 Time of year May – October Trained / Unknown 16 / 12 BRC / ERC / RSS 1 / 7 / 8 Mishap location Corner Straight 9 Intersection 8 Note: PMV4 total of 54, same time period No Class A’s from Oct 99 – Apr 02 61% have occurred from Apr 02 to Oct 05

12 CLASS A LEADERS Bases ‘95-’05 McGuire 5 Travis 4 Andrews 4 McConnell 4
MacDill 4 Pope 2 Kadena 2 Scott 1 Little Rock 1 Yokota 1 Aviano 1 Since ’02 Travis 4(100%) Andrews 4(100%) McConnell 3(75%) McGuire 3(60%) MacDill 2(50%) Scott 1(100%)

13 CLASS C; AMC OVERVIEW Total reviewed, 1 Oct 99 – 30 Sep 05 163
Single / Collision 99 / 64 PMV2 at-fault 20 Time of year March – October Trained / Unknown 91 / 72 BRC / ERC / RSS 25 / 19 / 47 Mishap location Corner 79 Straight 65 Intersection 19 Note: RSS phased out ’01 – ’02; replaced with BRC Estimated Costs FY 05-$285K; FY 02-$162K AFSAS online in ’01; data different previous to that date

14 CLASS C LEADERS Bases Travis 32 Dover 18 Andrews 17 Pope 14
Charleston 11 McGuire 10 McChord 9 MacDill 8 McConnell 8 Little Rock 7 Grand Forks 6 Fairchild 5 All others <3 Units AMS/AGS/AMXS 30 MXS 23 AS 20 LRS/SUPS/TRNS 12 CES 11 COMM 10 APS 10 SFS 8 AMSS 5 OSS 5 All others <3

15 SIGNIFICANT INTEREST Population, Age, Training, Alcohol, PPE,
Unknown total motorcycle operator population Average age was 27 for Class A & C mishaps Average since last known training to mishap was 3.2 years for both Class A & C mishaps 41% unknown training, no data on length of wait for training No QA of current training courses No/limited PPE use in numerous Class C mishaps Alcohol listed in 3 Class A’s. Greater frequency of alcohol use in Class C mishaps - A few inputs on graphics, illustrations, etc. -- First, everybody loves a picture, especially of a mishap scene, a broken wing, or some other “piece of evidence.” However, only use them if they contribute substantially to the content of your briefing. And do not over-do it! -- Try to use high quality stuff (JPEG, GIF, etc) but remember that graphics are very memory-intensive and may bog down your brief. -- Throughout this template, there are several “good” examples of how to use pictures, images, and other stuff to accentuate your briefing. -- Avoid stock clipart-type graphics. Use actual photos of the mishap, evidence, or other actual images when possible. Images of darts or light bulbs don’t tend to meet muster. -- And please, use common sense when displaying actual photos from the crash scene (i.e. practice good judgement, avoid excessive gore).

Coordinate through Pass & Id total motorcycles registered on base, semi-annually through host SEG Coordinate with unit’s to enroll members into sport bike program Training: Life-long learning, supplemental material Initial, MSF Basic Rider Course Refresher, MSF License Waiver Course (ERC suite) Recurring for all motorcyclists 0, 18, 36, 72 month cycle. Sport bike, 36 months after refresher All motorcyclists, 72 month cycle 12 month window for scheduling (6 prior, 6 post)

17 RECOMMENDATIONS PPE already covered in existing courses
Alcohol awareness is already covered in existing courses Toolbox for motorcyclists’ ORM self assessment for individual to asses risk level, and what can be altered to lower risk Presentations on cornering, braking Tools completed ORM rider assessment sheet Four-part Cornering presentation New motorcyclist pamphlet Tools in development Observed ride checklist for mentors Braking presentation Developed / commercial-off-the-shelf handout

18 RECOMMENDATIONS Sport bike program has foundation in existing motorcycle training Motorcyclist first, sport bike operator second Support existing program via funding TDY for Rider Coaches to AMC installations to reduce backlog

19 RECOMMENDATIONS Need to make motorcyclists WANT to do the program
Must not appear to be directed from AMC/SE SE merely facilitates recommendations by those in motorcycle rider training Fund a Rider Coach Trainer (RCT) to accomplish the following Serves as example for others QA installations and Rider Coaches during a class Track number members trained, cost, accidents Assists in investigating PMV2 Class A mishaps Hold bi-annual Rider Coach learning centers

20 RECOMMENDATIONS Sport Bike Proficiency program
Enrolled through unit MSR Type training, date trained, Next training due and date Provide handbook from host SE Complete initial, refresher, recurring training. Recurring at 36 month interval Substitute another course at members expense

21 CONOPS Interim guidance Concept of Operations Host SEG RiderCoach
Classroom Range On-base, street evaluation Mentor ride Host SEG Start scheduling Designate Lead RiderCoach RiderCoach Develop Classroom test Designate route On-base, off-base

22 RECOMMENDATIONS Interim guidance Motorcyclist
Schedule as soon as possible Grandfathered if ERC has been taken within last year Does not remove from riding En-routes, GSU’s, all others ERC and presentations Work with host SEG

23 RECOMMENDATIONS Classroom Basic Rider’s Course handbook 1-9
RETS modules Cornering presentation Braking presentation ORM assessment Develop test 80% passing Basis in areas of BRC handbook & RETS

24 RECOMMENDATIONS Range, ERC exercises Exercise 3, Stopping Quickly
Exercise 5, Cornering Judgment Exercise 6, Cornering Finesse Exercise 9, Multiple Curves ERC evaluation optional

25 RECOMMENDATIONS On-street, on-base Pre-run route SEG & JAG review
Checklist provided Clearly drawn map of route Minimum areas to be reviewed

26 RECOMMENDATIONS Mentor ride Pre-run route SEG & JAG review
Checklist provided Clearly draw map of route Include pre-ride brief of route, hazards, obstacles, emergency signals, feedback stops


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