Pilot Air Combat Training Continuum (actc) cod pilot Training Syllabus



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3.4.8.3 What is the Primary Marshall Fix?

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3.4.8.4 Discuss LSO communications terminology:

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3.4.8.5 Discuss the Barricade.

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3.4.8.6 Describe Delta procedures for Case I / II / III approaches.

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3.4.8.7 Describe the following approaches:

  1. Mode I

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  1. Mode IA

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  1. Mode II

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  1. Mode III

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>>> CTPC Signature: ________________ Date: __________


      1. Discuss Fuel considerations for:

  1. Bingo / Divert / Bingo + 1

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  1. Blue Water operations / Point of safe return / Point of no return

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  1. Min Fuel / Emergency Fuel

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  1. Barricade Fuel

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>>> CTPC Signature: _______________ Date: __________


      1. Discuss Aircraft Divert

  1. Authority

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  1. Considerations

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  1. Aircraft security

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  1. Crypto handling

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  1. Return to Base (RTB) Coordination

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  1. Shore Communications with CV

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>>> CTPC Signature: ________________ Date: __________


      1. Discuss In-flight Emergencies

  1. Mission Abort

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  1. Field recoveries

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  1. Next available Recovery

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  1. Emergency Pull Forward

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  1. Bailout (FCF Profiles)

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  1. Ditching considerations

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>>> CTPC Signature: ________________ Date: __________


      1. Discuss the following CV Operations issues:




        1. What are the procedures for Missed Approach / Waveoff / Bolter?

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        1. After calling “Ball,” should the pilot execute his own waveoff?

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3.4.12.3 Where is the Duty Tanker pattern in VMC and IMC conditions?

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>>> CTPC Signature: ________________ Date: __________


    1. Cross Country Flights / Instrument Flight Training




      1. Discuss Planning considerations

  1. Fuel Planning

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  1. Purpose of flight and restrictions

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  1. Brief Approaches into unfamiliar fields

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  1. Discuss visual illusions created by

  2. Short / Wide Runways

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  1. Long / Narrow Runways

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  • Sloping Runways

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  1. Describe different types of Visual Glideslope Indicators:

  2. VASI (T-, P-, and LC-types)

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  1. PAPI

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  1. OLS / IFLOLS

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  1. Discuss Runway and Taxiway bearing strengths

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  1. Describe Refueling procedures

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  1. Describe securing the aircraft for RON

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  • Describe the contents of the cross-country kit.

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  1. Discuss On-deck procedures

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  1. Review Briefing of Transient Personnel:

  2. Start procedures

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  1. Ground procedures

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  1. CO’s / Wing Commander approval

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>>> CTPC Signature: ________________ Date: __________



      1. Discuss / Demonstrate Aircraft Requirements and Plane Captain Procedures:




  1. Ground Lock Installation

  2. Fueling

  3. Power Cart

  4. Air Starting Unit

  5. Daily and Turnaround Inspections

>>> CTPC Signature: _______________ Date: __________




      1. Discuss Flight Demonstration and Static Display requirements

>>> CTPC Signature: _______________ Date: __________




      1. Discuss Weather Considerations




  1. Enroute

  2. Terminal Area Forecasts

  3. Windshear

  4. Icing (including anti-ice / de-ice use)

  5. Air Density

  6. Thunderstorm Avoidance (including Weather Warnings)

>>> CTPC Signature: _______________ Date: __________




      1. Flight Planning (FLIP General Planning)




        1. DD-175 Military Flight Plan

  1. Cross-country flights should be planned by what routes?

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  1. Complete a DD-175 flight plan for a two leg composite cross-country flight.




  1. What is the aircraft designation and TD code for the C-2A(R)?

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        1. DD1801 - DoD International Flight Plan




  1. Can Stopover Flight Plans be filed?

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  1. How does a crew file multiple leg flight plans?

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  1. What equipment codes are listed for the C-2A?

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  1. Complete a one leg International flight plan with a change of flight rules and termination at the carrier.

>>> CTPC Signature: _______________ Date: __________




      1. Pilot Procedures (FLIP General Planning)




        1. Departure Procedures




  1. What is the proper terminology upon initial radio contact with controlling agencies (ground, departure, center)?

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  1. Define “clearance limit”.

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  1. Explain the use of Standard Instrument Departures (SID)

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  1. When vectored off route, what instructions are required?

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  1. Are aircrews allowed to deviate from ATC clearances?

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        1. Enroute Procedures




  1. With time permitting, what information is given to ATC when requesting a route modification?

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  1. Define “VFR on top”.

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  1. Explain the procedures for reestablishing an IFR clearance after a VFR segment.

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  1. Describe readback procedures for clearances and altitude changes.

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  1. Describe holding procedures (airspeeds, entries, communications, EFC).

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        1. Arrival Procedures




  1. Describe the calculation of a descent profile from FL 310 to a fix altitude of 10,000 ft.

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  1. By retaining your IFR clearance in VMC, will the aircraft receive priority routing in front of VFR traffic into the landing pattern?

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  1. Describe ATC speed adjustment reporting requirements and airspace/airspeed limitations.

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  1. Describe Minimum Vectoring Altitudes (MVA).

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  1. Describe the method to close out flight plans at military and non-military installations (FAA and ICAO).

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>>> CTPC Signature: _______________ Date: __________


      1. Describe Airspace Classification (flight procedures, requirements, comms, altitudes) (AP/1)




  1. Class A Airspace

  2. Class B Airspace

  3. Class C Airspace

  4. Class D Airspace

  5. Class E Airspace

  6. Class G Airspace

>>> CTPC Signature: _______________ Date: __________

3.6 LSO NATOPS


      1. Accompany the squadron LSO to the platform / LSO shack and observe a recovery.

>>> LSO Signature: ________________ Date: __________



      1. Describe the Day VFR Landing Pattern.

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>>> CTPC Signature: ________________ Date: __________


      1. Describe the Optical Landing System and limits.

  1. FLOLS / IFLOLS

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  1. MOVLAS (all stations)

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>>> LSO Signature: ________________ Date: __________


      1. Discuss Operational Limitations during CQ

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>>> CTPC Signature: ________________ Date: __________


      1. Discuss Day Currency Requirements




  • Last trap within 14 days________________________________

  • Last trap within 14-29 days_____________________________

  • Last trap 30 days to 12 months__________________________

  • Last trap >12 months____________________________________



      1. Can a day qualified pilot take a night cat shot, if so what requirements must be met?

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>>> CTPC Signature: ________________ Date: __________
3.7 CT2P Self-Study Workbook
Name: ___________________________________
Date started: ___________________________
Date completed: _________________________

This self-study workbook is designed to assist the CT3P in studying for upgrade to CT2P. In general, questions are grouped according to the reference required to obtain the answer, although some questions may need more than one reference. Many questions are quite subjective in nature, and you will be required to incorporate headwork, judgment, and systems knowledge to develop a satisfactory response. There may be more than one "correct" answer; you will be evaluated on how you obtain your solution, as well as the solution itself.


This self-study workbook shall be completed prior to your "2P" board. The Training Officer and NATOPS officer will evaluate your responses. The completed workbook will be brought to the "2P" board to be further evaluated. The "2P" board will not be administered until the workbook has been completed. It will not necessarily be assigned a numerical grade; rather your overall performance will be determined as Pass/Fail.
The intention is to use this book as a teaching tool as well as an evaluation tool. Write the answers on separate sheets of paper. Please complete the workbook yourself, but feel free to discuss scenarios, systems and reference with others in developing your solutions.

C2-A SECOND PILOT SELF-STUDY WORKBOOK

I. AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL
1. Define the limits of CLASS D and CLASS B airspace.

CLASS D CLASS B


2. What is the width of a high altitude Jet Route and where is this information found?
3. In the ENROUTE LOW ALTITUDE chart what are the colors of the aerodromes and what do they mean?
4. Apply the question parameters in question #3 to the ENROUTE HIGH ALTITUDE Charts and show how they differ in determining runway length.
5. On a DD-175 provided show a flight plan for the following ship's information:

Overhead - 1955Z

PIM - N 34 50.0, W 122 00.0

Launch - 2130Z

Pricite - Asst. SECY of NAVY, KNZY to ZZZZ

- Deputy CNO ZZZZ to KNTD

You will be assigned aircraft 162163 with no other pax or mail.
6. Can you receive a legal weather brief over the radio if you takeoff without one? Can you receive a legal update on your brief?
7. Why is the altimeter setting at your destination put on your weather brief?
8. When is an ICAO flight plan necessary?
9. Complete an ICAO flight plan (DD1801) for the following mission:

Point of departure: Bahrain International, BA (Z+3)

Destination: Prince Sultan Airbase, SA

BUNO: 162163

Departure time: 1200 L
If the destination in question 9.0 were the ship, what flight rules (box 8) would be used?_________ What would your destination aerodrome be listed as? ___________
10. Where can the wake category and navaid category for the C-2A be found?

Wake category Navaid category


11. If you are flying to an unfamiliar field and do not have an approach plate, weather does not permit a visual approach and ATC vectors you to ILS final how could you determine the ILS freq and DME channel for the runway in use?
12. What are the requirements for a contact approach?
13. What is the maximum holding airspeed for a turboprop aircraft?

II. CV PROCEDURES
14. If you are on a BINGO profile and find that you will be low on fuel at your destination, what can you do to improve your situation?
15. What is the BINGO fuel and your altitude selection for the following data:

Nearest suitable field - 310 NM.

Heading to field - 260 deg.

Winds - sfc:080/25 10K':360/45 20K':245/55

Aircraft weight - 48,000 lbs.
16. If you have been given a charlie by the boss and are now at the bow, 250 kts, 800' and the boss tells you to "spin it", what would be your procedures?
17. Draw a rough sketch of a carrier and mark the location of the following: Elevator 1 , Elevator 4, the “six pack” , the point, the “junk yard”, and the “corral”.
18. Describe a Case I, II, and III departure. Which radio would you contact tower on for each launch to call “up and ready”?

Case I -

Case II -

Case III -


19. Fill in the blanks below relating to a CV break/pattern.
20. Fill in the blanks below, relating to Starboard D.

21. Fill in the blanks below relating to a CV-1 Approach.




III. C-2A NATOPS
PROP SYSTEM
22. Name the major components of the NP2K prop system.

23. Discuss the differences between an EPC channel light and an EPC fail light.


24. Is the EPC required for NTS operation?
25. The prop system contains quarts of fluid.
26. What function does the BUG perform and what is the governing range?
27. What are the requirements for a beta light to illuminate?
28. What function(s) does the counter weights perform?
FUEL SYSTEM
29. The PRI PUMP OUT light comes on at psi fuel pressure.
30. The low level control valves on the pressure fueling/defueling system perform what function?
31. The combustion chamber and fuel manifold drain valves are open and closed by:

combustion chamber open combustion chamber closed

fuel manifold open fuel manifold closed
32. Explain the difference between the crossflow valve and tank interconnect valves.
33. Other than their power source, what is the difference between the forward and aft fuel boost pumps?
34. How many fuel quantity sensors (per tank) are density compensated?

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
35. What conditions initiate bus shedding?
36. If you wanted to check AC and DC busties separately, how would you do it?
37. What is the difference(s) between the Air Ground Safety Switch and the Compression Switch?
38. Is electrical power required for manual wingfold/spread?
39. What are the consequences of a dual generator failure on the navigation system?
40. What is powered by the uninterruptible battery bus? How long will the pilot’s CDU and ESIs operate on the UBB?
41. When do the overhead emergency lights come on?

42. Fill in the blanks below from ref. (a), Figure 2-13, C-2A Electrical System.


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ENGINE SYSTEM
43. What power lever angles allow LSGI to be selected?
44. What are the fifth and tenth stage bleed air valves used for?
45. The oil to fuel heat exchanger keeps the fuel at .
46. Name the various power and air options for engine start?
47. How many oil filters are on the C-2A per engine?
48. Fill in all the blanks below on ref (a), Figure 2-5, C-2A Engine Oil System Pumps and Chip Detectors.
49. If outside air temperature is above selecting normal/low (pick one) speed ground idle is not recommended. Why?

NAVAIDS/COMM SYSTEM
50. Once you get the CVN TACAN locked on, how can you update your PIM in the GPS to ensure its accuracy?
51. Describe how to enter radial/DME information into the CDU.
52. Explain how to perform a CV SINS alignment on the ship. Which radio will you use?
53. What is required to ensure that Mode 4 codes are held on shutdown?
54. What does each light on the ACLS discrete message indicator mean?
55. What does the message NO RAIM on the PFD indicate?
56. What does an ADC miscompare annunciation indicate?
57. Explain the difference between ALL, MIXED, and SELECTED on the ICS selector box.
58. What is the ICS system using when the selector is turned to NORM, ALT 1, ALT 2, and EMERG?
59. How do you switch the radio to secure voice?
60. When using HAVEQUICK, what is the purpose of the MWOD and the FMT?
61. Can the audio of a UHF transmission be heard on a UHF radio that is switched to UHF/DF?
62. What radio should be used while shooting and ACLS approach? Why?
63. How would you tune 1792 into the HF radio?
MISCELLANEOUS
64. Normal pressure on the O2 supply pressure gauge is ?
65. The walkaround O2 bottle should be pressurized to ?
66. The flight schedule is lawful order. (T or F)
67. What are the three crucial speeds that must be determined and briefed before each takeoff, and (increase/decrease/no affect) how will a wet runway affect each one? Will CFL be affected by a wet runway?

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2.



3.
68. Fill in the blanks below on Figure 2-35, the C-2A Bleed Air Arrangement.

69. How long (per NATOPS) after the flight does the time extend for computing crew rest time?


70. What three conditions cause the CAT EXTEND light to illuminate?

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2.



3.
71. If you lose pressurization and find you have 5 liters on board and have to maintain at least 15,000 ft. and the flight will continue for another 3 (three) hours, can you make it? If not how can you improve your situation?

72. If the air conditioning is turned to full cold and is operating correctly, what temp will the cockpit side window defog be maintained if it is turned on?


73. NATOPS says that should be used on ice covered surfaces as well as wheel chocks.
74. If the aircraft pressurization schedule cannot be maintained is the maximum cabin altitude that NATOPS will allow.
75. Which hydraulic filters are bypass filters and why?
76. How many dual tandem integrated actuators are there on this flight control system?
77. How can 8500 pounds of cargo be taken to the ship without rigging a double wall cage?
78. Where in the ADB can you find the aircraft’s weight and balance sheet?
79. How long are a Daily inspection and a Turnaround inspection valid?

IV. EMERGENCY PROCEDURES
80. During PRD when should the engine be secured? How does it affect blade angle?
81. If you experience hydraulic fumes from the air conditioning system what should you monitor carefully? Why?
82. What are the five operations performed by the T-Handle?

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5.


83. What 4 (four) number code will the IFF system's Mode 3/A code transmit if the Mode 3/A is set at 4640 and the Master Switch is in EMER?
84. Ice covered runways increase abort distance by a factor of .
85. State the procedures for a fail to feather propeller.

1. 5.

2. 6.

3. 7.

4. 8.
86. The most valuable emergency procedure is:
87. If you are lost somewhere off the coast of Florida and estimating about 200-300 miles from anywhere with no navaids and only radios (all radios work), how can you find your position?
88. State the memory items for an APU fire.

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4.
89. If you have an engine failure after GO speed why should you maintain 5 degrees wing down into the operating engine? What should your balance ball indicate?
90. What is the definition of VMC? What are the VMC speeds for different flap settings?
91. What is the optimum airstart airspeed? Why?
92. When should the alternate airstart procedures be used?
93. State the emergency procedures for Engine/Propeller fluctuations.

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94. State the procedures for landing gear emergency extension.


  1. Level 3: Carrier Transport Plane Commander (CTPC)




    1. Qualification Guidelines

Minimum C-2A flight hours for CTPC designation are 100 hours (700 hours total).


>>> ICTPC Signature: _______________ Date: __________
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