Region 5 light fixed-wing aircraft program



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11.22a - Experience Standards - Contract Fixed-Wing Pilots

For airtanker pilot experience standards, see section 11.22c and 11.22d.


1. All Airplanes Minimum Experience Flying Hours
Total time 1,500

Pilot-in-command total 1,200


Pilot-in-command hours:
Category and class to be flown 200

Fixed-wing - preceding 12 months 100

Cross-country 500

Operations in low level mountainous terrain 200

Night 100

Instrument - in flight 50

Instrument - actual/simulated 75

Make and model to be flown 25

Make and model - preceding 60 days 10
2. Heavy Multi-engine; Contract Pilot-in-command (over 12,500 pounds gross weight)
Minimum Experience Flying Hours
Pilot-in-command – multi-engine 250

Pilot-in-command in type within the past 25



5 years with an unrestricted type rating in the applicable aircraft to be flown

APPENDIX 3
SPECIAL MISSION

CONTRACT PILOT EVALUATION STANDARDS

TASK 1
Perform Checklist Use

CONDITIONS: In the aircraft to be flown.

STANDARDS: Without error, demonstrates adherence to aircraft checklist in all phases of flight.

DESCRIPTION:


  1. PIC actions. The PIC will complete the required checks or procedures pertaining to the checklist




  1. Procedures.




    1. The PIC shall keep the checklist accessible and refer to it for each phase of flight.




    1. The checklist must be approved per 14 CFR Part 135 and Company Operation Specifications.



EVALUATION REQUIREMENTS: Evaluation shall be conducted on the ground and in flight.

TASK 2
Perform Over Fire Procedures

CONDITIONS: In the aircraft to be flown.

STANDARDS: Maintain a right hand pattern around a landmark (area of operations) identified by the Inspector pilot.


  1. Determine an orbit altitude no lower than 1000 feet above the terrain in the vicinity of the area of operations.




  1. Maintain an orbit altitude within ±100 feet.




  1. Maintain an orbit that keeps the landmark in the view of the inspector pilot.




  1. Maintain airspeed above Vs1+20 KIAS or Vy, whichever is greater.




  1. Maintain a bank angle no greater than 30°.


NOTE: Vs1 – gear and flaps up.


DESCRIPTION:


  1. PIC actions. Maintain focus outside the airplane. Keep the area of operations cleared by vigilantly looking for other traffic during the maneuver.




  1. Procedures.




    1. Enroute. The PIC shall use appropriate navigation charts to determine a minimum altitude to enter the area of operations.




    1. On Scene. Determine wind drift in the area of operations and adjust the orbit to maintain an appropriate pattern and preclude excessive bank angles.


EVALUATION REQUIREMENTS: Evaluation shall be conducted in flight.

TASK 3
Perform Observation Pass

CONDITIONS: In the aircraft to be flown.

STANDARDS: Make an observation pass on a landmark identified by the Inspector Pilot.


  1. Determine a direction to make the pass that results in a direction toward lowering terrain.




  1. Determine the proper offset to make the pass that keeps the landmark in view of the Inspector Pilot.




  1. Maintain the landmark on the right side of the aircraft unless safety considerations require making the pass on the left side of the aircraft.




  1. Maintain airspeed above Vy.




  1. Maintain a bank angle no greater than 30°.




  1. Maintain an altitude no lower than 500 feet AGL at any time.



DESCRIPTION:


  1. PIC actions. Maintain focus outside the airplane. Keep the area of operations cleared by vigilantly looking for other traffic during the maneuver.




  1. Procedures.




    1. The PIC shall determine the escape and the direction of the observation pass before descending from the orbit altitude.




    1. The PIC shall verbally describe the intended observation pass. The PIC decision shall demonstrate good judgment in complying with standards 1, 2, and 3.



EVALUATION REQUIREMENTS: Evaluation shall be conducted in flight.

TASK 4
Perform Mountainous Terrain Escape Maneuver

CONDITIONS: In the aircraft to be flown.

STANDARDS: Make an expedited course reversal in an area identified by the Inspector Pilot.


  1. In mountainous terrain the pre-maneuver flight path shall be flown parallel to and on either side of the drainage.




  1. Maintain maneuver altitude ±100 feet.




  1. Maintain airspeed to prevent any indication of stall.




  1. Maintain a bank angle of 45° throughout the maneuver.




  1. Complete maneuver within ±10° of the 180° course reversal unless otherwise directed by the Inspector Pilot.


DESCRIPTION:


  1. PIC actions. Maintain focus outside the airplane. Keep the area of operations cleared by vigilantly looking for other traffic during the maneuver.




  1. Procedures.




      1. The PIC shall demonstrate good judgment and knowledge by describing the safety issues of approaching mountainous terrain.




      1. The PIC shall approach drainages to one side in order to facilitate a turn towards the middle of the drainage during the escape maneuver.




    1. The maneuver shall be conducted in a conservative manner that at no time compromises safety.



EVALUATION REQUIREMENTS: Evaluation shall be conducted in flight.

TASK 5
Perform GPS Operation – Initial Dispatch

CONDITIONS: In the aircraft to be flown.

STANDARDS: Demonstrate the ability to operate the navigation unit, installed per contract requirements.
1) Without error, enter the coordinates provided.
2) Display a bearing and distance to the coordinates location.

DESCRIPTION:
1) PIC actions. Clarify any questions or irregularities concerning the coordinates.
2) Procedures. Using normal aircraft checklist procedures navigation unit operation shall be accomplished before taxi.

EVALUATION REQUIREMENTS: Evaluation shall be conducted on the ground.

TASK 6
Perform GPS Operation – Divert Dispatch

CONDITIONS: In the aircraft to be flown.

STANDARDS: Demonstrate the ability to operate the navigation unit, installed per contract requirements.
1) Without error, enter the coordinates provided.
2) Display a bearing and distance to the coordinates location.

DESCRIPTION:
1) PIC actions.
a) Clarify any questions or irregularities concerning the coordinates.
b) Maintain vigilance for other aircraft and terrain while entering the coordinates.
c) Request aircraft occupants to assist in looking for other traffic.
2) Procedures.
a) Determine and fly a safe orbit or direction while entering the coordinates.
b) Maneuver the aircraft to intercept the heading to the coordinates.

EVALUATION REQUIREMENTS: Evaluation shall be conducted in flight.

TASK 7
Perform GPS Operation – Present Position

CONDITIONS: In the aircraft to be flown.

STANDARDS: Demonstrate the ability to operate the navigation unit, installed per contract requirements.
1) Orient the aircraft to fly over a given landmark.
2) Without error, operate the navigation unit to display the fixed coordinates of that landmark when directly over the landmark,.
3) Without error, save the fixed coordinates of the landmark as a waypoint in the navigation unit.

DESCRIPTION:
1) PIC actions.
a) Maintain vigilance for other aircraft and terrain while operating the navigation unit.
b) Request aircraft occupants to assist in looking for other traffic and identifying the location over the landmark.
2) Procedures.
a) Determine and fly a safe direction over the landmark.

EVALUATION REQUIREMENTS: Evaluation shall be conducted in flight.

TASK 8
Perform GPS Operation – Nearest Airport

CONDITIONS: In the aircraft to be flown.

STANDARDS: Demonstrate the ability to operate the navigation unit, installed per contract requirements.
1) Operate the navigation unit to display the bearing and distance to the nearest airport.
2) Demonstrate situational awareness by pointing out the direction to the nearest airport.

DESCRIPTION:
1) PIC actions.
a) Maintain vigilance for other aircraft and terrain while operating the navigation unit.
b) Request aircraft occupants to assist in looking for other traffic.
2) Procedures. May be demonstrated while orbiting or enroute.

EVALUATION REQUIREMENTS: Evaluation shall be conducted in flight.

TASK 9
Perform FM Transceiver Operation – Initial Dispatch

CONDITIONS: In the aircraft to be flown.

STANDARDS: Demonstrate the ability to operate the transceiver unit, installed per contract requirements.
1) Without error, program a simplex frequency to an assigned channel.
2) Without error, program a duplex frequency and tone to an assigned channel.

DESCRIPTION:
1) PIC actions. Clarify any questions or irregularities concerning the coordinates.
2) Procedures. Using normal aircraft checklist procedures transceiver unit operation shall be accomplished before taxi.

EVALUATION REQUIREMENTS: Evaluation shall be conducted on the ground.

Pilots required to perform this task are waived from performing task 11.



TASK 10
Perform FM Transceiver Operation – Divert Dispatch

CONDITIONS: In the aircraft to be flown.

STANDARDS: Demonstrate the ability to operate the transceiver unit, installed per contract requirements.
1) Without error, program a simplex frequency to an assigned channel.
2) Without error, program a duplex frequency and tone to an assigned channel.

DESCRIPTION:
1) PIC actions.
a) Clarify any questions or irregularities concerning the coordinates.
b) Maintain vigilance for aircraft and terrain while operating the transceiver unit.
c) Request aircraft occupants to assist in looking for traffic.
2) Procedures. May be demonstrated while orbiting or enroute.

EVALUATION REQUIREMENTS: Evaluation shall be conducted in flight.

Pilots required to perform this task are waived from performing task 11.



TASK 11
Identify Portable Government Provided Radio Connections

CONDITIONS: In the aircraft to be flown.

STANDARDS: Identify connections installed, per contract requirements, for portable government provided radios.
1) Identify the power receptacle installed in the aircraft for the portable radio.
2) Identify the antenna connector installed in the aircraft for the portable radio.

DESCRIPTION:
1) PIC actions. Demonstrate familiarity with connections.
2) Procedures. To be demonstrated before powering up aircraft.

EVALUATION REQUIREMENTS: Evaluation shall be conducted on the ground. Pilots required to perform this task are waived from performing tasks 9 and 10.

TASK 12
Perform Radio Equipment Briefing

CONDITIONS: In the aircraft to be flown.

STANDARDS: Describe the use of the audio panel functions and radios for the Air Tactical Group Supervisor (ATGS) position.
1) Describe how to control the select function for the FM and VHF radios.
2) Describe how to operate the channel select functions for the FM and VHF radios.
3) Describe how to operate the audio panel volume control for the FM and VHF radios.

DESCRIPTION:
1) PIC actions.
a) Verbally explain and demonstrate each of the radio functions.
b) Clarify questions concerning the functions of the radio controls.
2) Procedures. To be completed before taxiing aircraft.

EVALUATION REQUIREMENTS: Evaluation shall be conducted on the ground.





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