Presentation on theme: "USAAWC Regulation 95-1 and Fort Rucker Regulation 95-1"— Presentation transcript:
1 USAAWC Regulation 95-1 and Fort Rucker Regulation 95-1 Phase III AcademicsUSAAWC Regulation 95-1 and Fort Rucker Regulation 95-1
2 Before We Start! Fort Rucker Regulations USAAVNC Regulations USAAWC RegulationsUSAACE RegulationsWHAT????!!???
3 Regulations FARs or Host Army Regs Country Rules USAAVNC Fort Rucker Regs (AnyDuty station)USAAVNCUSAAWCUSAACERegsArmy RegsMeFARs or HostCountry RulesBN SOP
4 What are WX Mins in Class G FAA or Host RulesFARs - (1) Helicopter. A helicopter may be operated clear of clouds if operated at a speed that allows the pilot adequate opportunity to see any air traffic or obstruction in time to avoid a collision.Army Rules AR 95-1COC ½ mile (below 1200)USAAWC 95-1Fort Rucker 95-1Contractors 700-1Only covers SVFRBN SOPSo: What is the RIGHT answer?Day 500-1, N/NVG ,Spanish MTPHeadhunter Tng Day
5 The Right Answer COC at a speed to see and avoid… I must have at least ½ mile visibility and #1If I am a contractor (flying students at USAAWC) I must have and #1.If I am not a contractor I must have during day and #1 (1-212th).If I am flying Spanish MTP (not in MTP Area #4) I must have and #1.(1-212th)
6 USAAWC MAY 08Purpose: establishes procedures, rules, and responsibilities for—USAAWC ATPRCM training and standardizationCommand, control, operation, and use of USAAWC aircraftUSAAWC Aviation Standardization Committee
7 USAAWC 95-1 Chapter 1; Responsibilities of the aviation commander Chapter 2; Aviation ManagementLFA and rules described in FR 95-22-8. PASSENGER POLICY. Flights conducted under a program of instruction are prohibited from carrying passengers. Exceptions are students enrolled in a formal course of instruction, (SPs), (IPs), (IEs), maintenance test flight evaluators, nonrated crewmember instructors (FI), nonrated crewmember standardization instructors (SI), flight surgeons and flight surgeon students (MO). Commanders within the 110TH Aviation Brigade may approve other passengers on a case-by-case basis and in accordance with the provisions of AR 95-1, 3 Feb 06, paragraphs 3-12 and 3-13.
8 USAAWC 95-1 Chapter 3: Operations and Safety 3-2, b. Aircraft are issued in 5-hour blocks (AM, PM, N1, and N2) and are scheduled to be flown 3 hours. Flights of shorter duration will be noted on the DA Form (Army Aviator Flight Records) (IAW USAAVNC Poster 15 found in each aircraft logbook)3-2, c. Request for flights outside the local area will be submitted to the DCAO, through the ATMB, on USAAWC FL 171-R, 3 to 5 working days prior to scheduled missionSynthetic flight training simulator (SFTS) periods will be scheduled directly with the Flight Sim. BranchCancellations of SFTS periods will be by the flight crew to the Flight Simulation Branch NLT 24 hours prior to the scheduled period
9 USAAWC 95-1 Chap 4: Training ATP: Individual aviators will -- (1) Inprocess with the unit ATP coordinator within 14 calendar days of assignment to an operational flying positionTurn in Individual Flight Records to the Flight Records Section, USAAWC G-3, located in room 210 of the Soldier Service Center within 14 days after arrival at Fort Rucker. Failure to turn in records may result in no accumulation of flight time and loss of flight timeFly at least one emergency procedures training period (l.5 hours) annually in their compatible flight simulator.
10 USAAWC 95-1 Chapter 5: Flight Procedures and Rules 5-1,a. aircraft operating in the Fort Rucker local flying area will carry the appropriate maps required to navigate the corridor structure to and from their assigned area of operations. These maps will identify authorized training routes and applicable noise avoidance areas.5-1 Weather RequirementsRotary Wing SVFR: Daytime - Ceiling 300’ Visibility ½ mileNight/NVD – “ ’ “ mileMulti-aircraft SVFR: Daytime – Ceiling 300’ Visibility ½ mileNight/NVD – “ ’ “ mile
11 USAAWC 95-1 Appendix A: Request for Flight Outside Local Flying Area Request for flights outside the local area will be submitted to the DCAO, through the ATMB, on USAAWC FL 171-R, 3 to 5 working days prior to scheduled mission.
12 USAAWC 95-1 Summary Five Chapters covering: 1. General; Purpose, applicability, etc.2. Aviation Management; IIMC, FEBs, etc.3. Operations and Safety; Min. Crew, etc.4. Training; ATP, Evals, Waivers, etc.5. Flight Procedures and Rules; Publications and SVFR requirements
13 FORT RUCKER 95-1 FEB 08Purpose: establishes procedures, rules, and responsibilities for flying at Ft. RuckerApplicability: applies to all aviation activity at Ft. RuckerChapter 2: Aviation Management –2-4. IIMC2-6. FEBs
14 FORT RUCKER 95-1 Chapter 3 Operations and Safety 3-1. Operational Support Airlift (OSA) MissionsCrew Endurance: 10 hours off for FOD/SDOChapter 4 Flight Procedures and RulesSVFR, same as USAAWC 95-1
15 FORT RUCKER 95-1 Ch.1: applicability different applicability Differences between USAAWC and Ft. Rucker 95-1:USAAWC FT. RUCKER 95-1Ch.1: applicability different applicabilityCh.2: adds static displays different FEB process& pax policyCh.3: hours USAAWC& adds minimum crew 10 hours Ft. Rucker
16 FORT RUCKER 95-1 Differences between USAAWC and Ft. Rucker 95-1: USAAWC FT. RUCKER 95-1Ch.4: Training and Flight proceduresATP administration and rulesCh.5: Flight Procedures N/Aand RulesAppendices: Forms Fl 164-R Only references& FL 171-R (outside LFA)
17 FORT RUCKER 95-1 Summary Four Chapters covering: 1. General; Purpose, applicability, etc.2. Avn. Management; IIMC, Mooring, FEBs, etc.3. Operations and Safety; Seat belts, Crew endurance etc.4. Flight Procedures and Rules; Publications and SVFR requirements
18 Questions?1. What regulation describes the Local Flying Area (LFA) and rules?Fort Rucker 95-25-1 Weather RequirementsRotary Wing SVFR:Daytime - Ceiling ____’ Visibility____ mileNight/NVD – “ ____’ “ ____ mileMulti-aircraft SVFR:Daytime – Ceiling ____’ Visibility ____mileNight/NVD – “ ____’ “ ____ mile3001/250013001/27001