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1

Discuss the purpose of the NATOPS program

Prescribes general instructions for improving combat readiness and reducing mishaps

2

State the responsibilities of the CNO NATOPS Coordinator

An individual assigned to the NATOPS products administrator, who represents CNO NATOPS policy at all NATOPS reviews

3

State the responsibilities of the NATOPS Advisory Group

Consists of all the big-name commanders and commandants who oversee all the NATOPS happenings in their respective command areas of influence and make corrections as necessary

4

State the responsibilities of the NATOPS Coordinator

Coordinates NATOPS and all its changes

5

State the responsibilities of the NATOPS Model Manager

The unit commander or head of department designated by the cognizant command to administer the NATOPS program for a specific aircraft model or aviation-related system. These assignments are delineated in the NATOPS status report posted on the Airworthiness Web sit.

6

State the responsibilities of the NATOPS Program Manager

An individual within the MMU assigned by the model manager to perform administrative responsibilities for the NATOPS program and who is given written authority to act on behalf of the model manager in NATOPS-related matters. Shall be an aviator highly qualified/ knowledgeable/ experienced in aircraft model or subject areas addressed in the manual. Assigned this duty for a minimum of 18 months.

7

State the responsibilities of the NATOPS evaluator

A highly qualified aircrew member assigned to a NATOPS evaluation unit. Designations shall be in writing by the NATOPS model manager.

8

State the responsibilities of the NATOPS instructor

A highly qualified aircrew member whose primary duty should be administering the NATOPS evaluation program within a squadron or unit. Shall receive initial and subsequent NATOPS standardization evaluations from the appropriate NATOPS evaluator and be designated in writing by the CO.

9

State the responsibilities of the Individual Aircrewman

Stick to NATOPS and know it well

10

State the meaning of a Warning

Could cause injury or death to personnel

11

State the meaning of a Caution

Could cause damage to equipment

12

State the meaning of a Note

Essential to emphasize

13

State the meaning of Shall

Mandatory

14

State the meaning of Should

Highly recommended but not mandatory

15

State the meaning of May

Up to the user's discretion

16

State the meaning of Will

Used to indicate futurity, never the level of shall, should, etc.

17

State the purpose of a NATOPS evaluation

Makes sure everyone is on the same page and following the rules set forth by NATOPS

18

State the purpose of the NAVFLIRS

Naval Flight Record Subsystem- Serves as the go-to flight data for the Aviation Maintenance and Material Management people. Standardized Navy flight activity data collection system

19

Explain and describe the process for submitting Routine Change Recommendations

Submitted to review conferences, do not require immediate distro to the fleet. Forward recommendation via chain of command to DC

20

Explain and describe the process for submitting Urgent Chain Recommendations

Change needed ASAP due to safety issue

21

Explain and describe the process for submitting Interim Change Recommendations

Same as routing changes but slightly faster

22

Discuss Circadian Rhythm

Natural sleep pattern

23

Discuss Flight Time

Too much flight time induces fatigue. Too little flight time could cause skills to perish

24

Discuss Nutrition

Healthy body = healthy mind = healthy performance. Eat well.

25

Discuss Drugs (prescription)

May cause sleepiness and/or inhibit performance. Make sure they're cleared by the flight doc

26

Discuss Illness

Makes you icky and your performance sucks. Dangerous to the crew depending on level of illness

27

Discuss Pregnancy

No fly

28

Discuss Immunization/Injections/Blood Donation

Waiting period for all three

29

Discuss Hypobaric Exposure

Low pressure for too long can induce illness/death. Not a good idea to be without oxygen. It messes you up.

30

Discuss Performance Maintenance during Continuous and Sustained Operations

Fatigue. Jeez.

31

Discuss Flight Simulators

Helps performance but not quite close enough to the real thing

32

Discuss Crew Rest

Makes you ready to perform

33

Explain the purpose and entries required of Master Flight Files

Only official flight record of Naval Aircraft

34

Explain the purpose and entries of Aviators Log Book

Track flight time, NVD time, landings, etc.

35

Explain the purpose and entries required of NATOPS Training Jacket

Track qualifications. Know what's in the NATOPS Jacket

36

Ezplain R1/RP-1

Aircrew Refresher NASTP Training for Class 1 Aircraft

37

Explain R2/RP-2

Aircrew Refresher NASTP Training for Class 2 Aircraft

38

Explain R3/RP-3

Aircrew Refresher NASTP Training for Class 3 Aircraft

39

Explain R4/RP-4

Aircrew Refresher NASTP Training for Class 4 Aircraft

40

Define Class 1 Aircraft

Aircraft (other than rotorcraft and aircraft composed primarily of composite material) of 5,700 kg maximum certificated takeoff weight or less

41

Define Class 2 Aircraft

Aircraft (other than rotorcraft and aircraft composed primarily of composite materials) over 5,700 kg maximum certificated takeoff weight and up to, and including, 34,200 kg maximum certificated takeoff weight.

42

Define Class 3 Aircraft

Aircraft, by make and model, (other than rotorcraft and aircraft composed primarily of composite material) over 34,200 kg maximum certificated takeoff weight

43

Define Class 4 Aircraft

Rotorcraft (other than rotorcraft composed primarily of composite material) of 2,736 kg maximum certificated takeoff weight or less

44

DIFDEN?

Duty in a status not involving flying

45

DIFCREW?

Duty involving flying crewman

46

DIFTEM?

Personnel under training to become crewmembers

47

Explain annual flight hours and CEFIP requirements

Meet minimum flight time requirements

48

COMNAVAIRLANT

TYCOM-Type Commander. First character A-M, 2nd character A-Z

49

Explain the visual identification system for TYCOM COMNAVAIRPAC

First character N-Z, Second character A-Z

50

Explain the visual identification system for TYCOM CNATRA

(Chief of Naval Air Training) 1 character A-G, no second character