Contact 1 Test:
Contact Test 2:
In the third week you will move into Contact maneuvers and testing. Also,
you will receive briefings from the Aeromedical Safety Officer (AMSO) on
Airsickness, and G-loss of consciousness as well as accomplishing
egress/ejection seat training. All of your training thru this week will lead
you to your first simulator event.
40 question, multiple-choice test over Contact 1 items (Contact FTI Ch1-6).
(Contact 2). Mil-lecture (by flt-suit IP) on various Contact maneuvers such as
spins and stalls.
Mil-lecture indoctrinating you into the Aviation Safety program and explaining
the safety system and expectations as an aviator. It also talks about tools you
have at hand to remain safe and vigilant in your daily routine.
Mil-lecture discussing responsibilities during wheels watch duty.
40 question, multiple-choice test over Contact 2 items.
AMSO will talk to you about airsickness, how to prevent it, types of meals/
nutrition, and what will happen if you get airsick. Normally in Bldg 2994.
AMSO will discuss G-loss of consciousness (GLOC) and how to prevent it.
Normally in Bldg 2994.
Ejection Seat Training (EST) – Egress Procedures Training (EPT) are
accomplished by the AMSO. Bring NATOPS jacket. Normally in Bldg 2994.
Mil-lecture going over the rules as set forth in the Fixed Wing Operating
Procedures (FWOP). Goes through Whiting Field operations and how go to
and from the North/South MOA as well as operations at the OLFs.
Your first simulator event! (Checklist procedures)
Your second simulator event. (Checklist procedures, abnormal engine starts,
engine fire on ground, emergency engine shutdown, and ground egress)
Stay on-top of your Ops Limits/Critical Action Items and continue to polish
the checklist procedures. Even though you are studying for two Contact
tests this week, you also need to be learning/reading the FWOP for the
Course Rules test next week. By the end of the week and over the weekend,
you will need to hit Course Rules hard and begin reviewing EPs for sims the