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1 Civil Air Patrol CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES Aircraft Operations: Stan/Eval and Flight Training

2 Providing safe, effective, and efficient, standardized guidance to those who fly in the Civil Air Patrol. Civil Air Patrol Aircraft Operations 2 Joe Piccotti Chief, Aircraft Operations NHQ/DOV Lt Col Leslie Vazquez National Stan/Eval Officer Former CAP/DOV

3  Key Personnel  Year in Review  60-1 Changes  Stan/Eval  Trends  Training  Safety Concerns Aircraft Operations Overview 3

4  Col Michael J. Murrell, CAP  Deputy Chief Of Staff, Operations  Col Carlton Sumner, CAP  Standardization & Evaluation Officer  Col Jack Buschmann, CAP  Glider Program Officer Aircraft Operations Key Personnel 4

5  Joe Piccotti, HQ CAP/DOV  Chief of Aircraft Operations  Standardization/Evaluations & Flight Training  888.211.1812 EX 331 Fax: 334-953-4242   105 South Hansell St., Maxwell AFB, AL 36112 Key Personnel Aircraft Operations Key Personnel 5

6 Aircraft Operations Year in Review Status, Aircraft Upgrades & MX  CAP Pilots  10,000+ Total  3000+ Active Flyers  New planes purchased  2012 – 19  2013 – Purchases pending  Consolidated MX  100% of wings enrolled!  52 wings/550 aircraft 6

7 * Flying hour comparison directly affected by bud get. 7 Aircraft Operations Year in Review  1 Oct – 1 Aug AF Mission Flying Hour Comparison Mission TypeFY12FY13% Diff Air Defense1,6961,080-36.3% Drug Interdiction4,8033,236-32.6% Range Support393329-16.3% Route Survey750424-43.5% SAR2,5291,618-36.0% DSCA/DR1652,0171122.4% Surrogate Predator61693551.8% Other/HLS2,1142,53019.7% Training25,31322,357-11.7% Maintenance6,5025,956-8.4% Cadet Orientation12,99612,115-6.8% Total57,87752,597-9.1%

8 Glider Program  Status  Number of CAP Gliders: 41 flying & 15 (requiring repairs)  4 active glider Region Centers of Excellence (RCOE)  Utilization: approx 200 launches/glider (annually)  Sorties in WMIRS (now includes non-CAP gliders ) 8 Aircraft Operations Year in Review FY12FY13% Diff Glider Flights8,0017,418-7.3%  CAPR 60-1 Expanded Guidance  Glider/Tow Plane/Launch-Instructions  Located “Aircraft Ops/CAP Pilots” web

9 Glider Program  SSA/CAP MOA  Located “Aircraft Ops” web page  Soaring Society of America (SSA)  Sharing of resources & joint meeting attendance  SSA provides mentors for CAP 9 Aircraft Operations Year in Review

10 Milestones:  G1000 Training Program – Done  G500/GTN 650 Courses - Done  CAPR 60-1 (Flight Management) – Revised  CAPR 60-2 (Flight Clinics) – Done  CAPP 212 (Stan/Eval Officer) - Updated  NCPSC / Rewrite – Done  Mission Symbols - Updated  Exams - Updated 10 Aircraft Operations Year in Review

11  CAPR 60-1 Revision Dated: 12 December 2012 CAPR 60-1  Wing Supplements to CAPR 60-1 on Web  All supps to previous CAPR 60-1 expired on 12 Jun 13  Must be revised & re-approved IAW CAPR 60-1  Submit for approval as MS Word document via E-mail  Coord with the CAP Region, LR, XO prior to NHQ  Supps must not conflict with HHQ directives  Supps must not be less restrictive than the parent reg.  Supps may provide additional requirements or clarification to the parent regulation 11 Aircraft Operations CAPR 60-1 Changes

12  1-2. Supplements, Operating Instructions, and Waivers. Flight/Sortie Time Definition Supplements, operating instructions (OI) and waivers, to this regulation cannot be issued below the wing level (except Congressional Squadron). Wing supplements, OIs and waivers to this regulation require coordination for approval in the following order: CAP wing commander, CAP region commander, CAP-USAF/LR, CAP-USAF/XO, NHQ/DOV and NHQ/DO approval. Supplements, OIs and waivers from the Congressional Squadron (NHQ-001) must be submitted through the National Chief of Staff and to the CAP-USAF MELR/CC for approval. Supplement, OI and waiver coordination will be accomplished via e-mail with a MS Word file attachment. 12 Aircraft Operations CAPR 60-1 Changes

13  1-3. Definition of Terms. n. Electronic Chart Display (ECD) – A display device that presents a comprehensive depiction of interactive information and/or precomposed information that is the functional equivalent of a paper aeronautical chart. o. Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) – An electronic display system intended primarily for flight deck use that includes the hardware and software needed to support flight operations. 13 Aircraft Operations CAPR 60-1 Changes

14  1-3. Definition of Terms. q. Flight / Sortie - A flight/sortie begins when the aircraft begins to move forward on takeoff. It ends after airborne flight when the aircraft returns to the surface and any of the following conditions occur: (1) The engine is stopped, or any engine on a multiengine aircraft, [except as required on CAPF 5 evaluations]. (2) A change is made in the crew which enplanes or deplanes a crewmember. A single flight may include multiple take-offs and landings. (3) The last landing on a cadet's first solo flight. (4) The glider comes to rest after landing. 14 Aircraft Operations CAPR 60-1 Changes

15  1-3. Definition of Terms. r. Flight Clinic – An organized consolidated event conducted to improve CAP pilots’ basic flight skills, usually through participation in formal, structured ground and flight activity. 15 Aircraft Operations CAPR 60-1 Changes

16  Checklists (2-1, n) n. Use of manufacturer's checklist or NHQ CAP approved checklist(s) is mandatory in all CAP aircraft. All new checklists and checklist modifications require coordination for NHQ CAP approval in the following order: The respective CAP wing maintenance officer, CAP wing commander, CAP-USAF/LR, CAP-USAF/XO, NHQ/DOV and NHQ/DO approval. Coordination will be accomplished via e-mail with a MS Word file attachment. The pilot in command has the final responsibility… Note: NHQ approved checklists are located online at: 16 Aircraft Operations CAPR 60-1 Changes

17  2-1. Basic Rules. h. All occupants shall wear seat belts and shoulder harnesses (if available) during takeoff and landing. All occupants shall wear safety restraints during all other phases of flight unless such wear interferes with crew member duties. The pilot operating the aircraft will wear lap belts and shoulder harness at all times. 17 Aircraft Operations CAPR 60-1 Changes

18  2-2. Operation Limits. a. A FAA flight plan must be filed and activated for every flight of a CAP aircraft beyond 50 nautical miles distance from point of origin. Those flights that are part of a supervised mission may be exempted from this requirement by the mission incident commander (IC) contingent upon alternate flight following procedures (see paragraph 2-5e). (1) Flight Plans. Use the three-letter, three-/four- digit call sign “CAP ####” in the Aircraft Identification block in FAA flight plans in lieu of the aircraft registration “N” number. Include the aircraft tail number in the Remarks section of the flight plan. 18 Aircraft Operations CAPR 60-1 Changes

19  2-3. Passenger Requirements. …Non-CAP passengers require advance approval through the CAP NOC from NHQ/DO for corporate missions, CAP- USAF LR for AF training missions, or the approval authority for other AFAMs (example CAP NOC/AFNORTH/CAP-USAF CC). Prior to requesting approval for non- CAP passengers, consult the CAP-USAF “Required Information for Non-CAP Passenger Requests” memorandum for record located on the National Aircraft Ops & Stan/Eval web page... 19 Aircraft Operations CAPR 60-1 Changes

20  2-3. Passenger Requirements. c. CAP members will carry proof of CAP membership. d. CAP members will wear an appropriate CAP uniform except as indicated below: (1) Occupants of CAP gliders and tow planes while participating in glider activities; (NOTE: Though a uniform is not required, personnel should wear clothing that is appropriate for the conditions in which they are operating, identifies them as CAP members, and reflects CAP in a positive manner.) (2) Crew members requested not to wear uniforms by the customer of a CD/HLS mission; (3) As otherwise noted or approved in CAPM 39-1. 20 Aircraft Operations CAPR 60-1 Changes

21  2-4. Aircraft Requirements. h. Before utilizing a member-owned/furnished aircraft for AFAMs, review and comply with CAP-USAF policies pertaining to aircraft inspections and utilization of the CAPF 71, CAP Aircraft Inspection Checklist (exception: Gliders and balloons do not need to be inspected by CAP-USAF personnel). Inspections must be conducted annually and are valid for one year. A facsimile of the aircraft airworthiness certificate, including gliders and balloons, must also be provided to the CAP-USAF LR for its files when the aircraft is submitted for inspection.. Passenger Requirements. 21 Aircraft Operations CAPR 60-1 Changes

22  2-5. Flight Release. f. Flight activities involving multiple orientation flights at the same location, and on the same day, may be released on CAPF 99 without passenger, flight time and estimated landing time information, in lieu of prior eFlight release, provided each participating aircraft and PIC combination is identified in advance and that someone on the ground at the activity site tracks aircraft occupants and flight times for reporting back to the FRO for later entry as eFlight releases. 22 Aircraft Operations CAPR 60-1 Changes

23  2-10. Air Shows. Prior to flying in and/or positioning an aircraft to assist with an air show, consult CAPR 900-5 for specific guidance.  2-11. Flight Clinics. Flight clinics will be planned, documented and reported in accordance with CAPR 60-2. 23 Aircraft Operations CAPR 60-1 Changes

24  3-2. CAPF 5 Administration. c. Check pilots should inquire into the applicant’s use of EFBs/ECDs and include their use during all annual and abbreviated flight evaluations, as appropriate. Additional guidance for crewmembers is available on: rcraft_ops__staneval/ d. Complete all CAPF 5 check rides with a check pilot different from the CAP instructor recommending the check ride. 24 Aircraft Operations CAPR 60-1 Changes

25  3-5. Equivalent Make and Models. Certain models of aircraft are considered equivalent to one another. An initial CAPF 5 in any model grouping below counts as a CAPF 5 for all models listed in the grouping: C182 (except C182QSP) C182QSP counts for C182 25 Aircraft Operations CAPR 60-1 Changes

26  3-6. Airplane Qualifications. (4) G1000 Equipped Airplanes. CAP uses the CAP in-house G1000 transition syllabus to train members... (a)For members with no previous G1000 experience by completing the CAP in-house G1000 transition syllabus for VFR operations. (e) There will be a 180 day grace period from the date of this regulation during which all Cessna factory trained G1000 instructor/check pilots must complete the CAP G1000 Instructor Course (ground school only). After that time, the CAP G1000 transition syllabus will be the primary training course for CAP pilots. (f) Members who have previously completed the Cessna factory course or any other course in accordance with paragraph 3- 6a4(c), above, and are currently G1000 qualified will not be required to take this course, but are encouraged to do so as continuing education. 26 Aircraft Operations CAPR 60-1 Changes

27 Resources Available to CAP Pilots:  Web Page “Aircraft Operations”  A.K.A.: “CAP Pilots” webpage  Access at:  Easy Navigation  Stan/Eval Information  Pilot & Flight Training information  FAA sites, AOPA courses, Weather, & more!  WMIRS  Standardized Sortie Generation  Ops Qual  Real-time qualification data 27 Aircraft Operations Stan/Eval

28 28 Aircraft Operations Stan/Eval  Hot News  Tip of the Month  Aircraft Ops  CAPR 60-1 Info  Stan/Eval  Familiarization  Training  Glider Info  Special Ops  FAA Info  Weather  Safety

29  Taxi/Ground Movement Mishaps  May occur due to inattentiveness or other human factors related distractions Be sure to:  Remove the towbar  Look out the windows!  Know where you are going  Be aware of all obstacles, then move or avoid them! 29 Aircraft Operations Stan/Eval Safety, Training & Evaluation Emphasis Item:

30 Standardized Flying Rules are critical to safe Ops!  Mishaps may occur due to:  Disregarded Rules  Risky Behavior  Ignored Rogue Ops  Lack of Corrective Actions  Strong (CCs + Stan/Eval + Instructors + Safety Officers) = Safe Ops  Standards must be promoted and enforced!  Complete “DOV Officer Listing” is located in Ops Quals  Ops Quals/Reports/DOV Listing (in dropdown Box) 30 Aircraft Operations Stan/Eval

31 CAPF 5 Pilot Flight Evaluations:  Measured using FAA & CAP standards  Provide Trend Data  Enhance Safety through Compliance  Purpose of Ground Eval Portion  Test s pilot’s knowledge of rules, documentation, local ops & EPs.  Purpose of Flight Eval Portion  Tests pilot’s ability to perform specific flight maneuvers and fly the aircraft safely. 31 Aircraft Operations Stan/Eval

32  Flight Evaluations given: 1179  Satisfactory Flight Evaluations: 1149  Success Rate: 97%   Unsatisfactory trend focus areas  Normal Approach Landings  X-wind Approach Landings  Short-field Approach & Landings 32 Aircraft Operations Stan/Eval

33 New Education!  CAPP 212, Stan/Eval Officer Specialty Track 26 Jun 13  G500 Course 7 May 13  GNT 650 Course7 May 13  Revised CAP Form-57 Jan 13  CAP G1000 Course12 Dec 12  Flight Clinics - all qualified CAP pilots12 Dec 12  Air Crew Emergency Trng (ACET) Course17 Oct 12 33 Aircraft Operations Training

34 In the Works!  Mission Profile #9: Instrument Flight TBD  Hangar Rash Prevention Course, onlineTBD  NCPSC update, Module C (60-1)TBD  Aircraft Ground Handling video updateTBD 34 Aircraft Operations Training

35 Education Resources!  Aircraft Operations  Online education – Available on: Aircraft Ops “CAP Pilots” Webpage  Safety & Risk Management  Online education – Available on: CAP’s Safety Management System (SMS) 35 Aircraft Operations Training

36 Documentation: prompt & complete in WMIRS & Ops Quals WMIRS Updated:  Mechanic Flight & Maintenance Engine Run/Taxi  Located on Opening Page 36 Aircraft Operations Training

37 Recent Mishaps – Basic Overview:  Tow Bar – Still attached during flight  Tow Tug – attached during engine start  Hangar Rashes – Striking hangar doors etc.  Taxi Rashes – Striking other aircraft, building, fence, pole.  Tail Strikes – during landings and departures, some unreported and found during routine maintenance; caused by high or excessive flares, unstabilized approaches, over rotation.  Tire failures – some caused by over-braking.  Engine failures – two non-airport landings.  Landing mishaps – hard landing causing damage to metal housing covering the rudder control cables; bounced landing resulting in tail and prop strike. 37 Aircraft Operations Safety Concerns

38 “Doveryai, no Proveryai“ (Trust but Verify) - Russian Proverb - Russian Proverb  Landings: x-wind / wind sock / other runway?  “Where’s my wing tip?”/”Where’s the hangar door?”  Use of inexperienced members to move aircraft may present higher risk.  Just say “NO!” If you can’t see something, don’t guess. Stop, look, verify…Use your crew if necessary, but do not proceed. 38 Aircraft Operations Safety Concerns

39 Ground & Taxi Mishaps  National Commander Emphasis Item!  CAPR 60-1, para 2-7a. states the following: “Any pilot operating a CAP aircraft who is involved in a mishap that can be classified as an incident or accident (as defined in CAPR 62-2, Mishap Reporting and Review) is automatically grounded at the moment a mishap occurs, or immediately upon landing if airborne.”  All mishaps must be reported!  Take precautions to avoid ground and taxi mishaps! 39 Aircraft Operations Safety Concerns

40  Aircraft movement guide lines.  Perpendicular termination line.  Rear chock fixed to the floor.  Taxi lines painted to provide nose wheel alignment. Best Practice is available on Ground Handling Mishap Solutions from the Minnesota wing: 40 Aircraft Operations Safety Concerns

41 Detect a Problem? 41

42 Learn from the mistakes of others…you won't live long enough to make all of them yourself. 42

43 In God We Trust, Others We Monitor 43

44 Let’s be Careful Serving Our Communities 44

45 45 Aircraft Operations Summary  Key Personnel  Year in Review  60-1 Changes  Stan/Eval  Trends  Training  Safety Concerns

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