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NIGHT OR NVG CONSIDERATIONS: A thorough crew briefing should be conducted prior to NVG operations, crew coordination is crucial. When maneuvering the aircraft to maintain the MMS on target the P* must consider obstacles and other aircraft. The P should momentarily assist the P* with obstacle avoidance and clearing the aircraft and announce when doing so.

  • TRAINING AND EVALUATION REQUIREMENTS:


    1. Training. Training may be conducted in the aircraft, CPT, or CSMET.

    2. Evaluation. Evaluation will be conducted in the aircraft.
  • REFERENCE: Appropriate common references plus FM 6-30.





    1. 2172

      1. CONDUCT AN ADJUST-FIRE MISSION USING THE MMS AND ATHS/IDM
    1. CONDITIONS: In an OH‑58D helicopter.

    2. STANDARDS: Appropriate common standards plus the following:


      1. Prepare and transmit an adjust-fire mission.
    3. DESCRIPTION:


      1. Crew Actions.

            1. The P* is responsible for clearing the aircraft and obstacle avoidance. He will focus primarily outside the aircraft to keep the target in sight. He will announce any maneuver or movement before execution and inform the P if visual contact is lost with other aircraft.

            2. The P will operate the MMS, ATHS/IDM and assist the P* as necessary. The P will announce when his attention is focused inside the cockpit.

      2. Procedures.

            1. Point track the target.

            2. Select the ATHS/IDM switch.

            3. Select ARTY REQ when the TOP MENU page displays.

            4. Select NEW when the ARTY MSN page displays.

            5. Select NEW TGT when the MSN TYPE page displays.

            6. Select N/G when the TGT DESCRIPTION page dis­plays.

            7. Review the subscriber destination when the MSN SUM page displays.

            8. Select the MMS line-address key.

            9. Accomplish TGT LOCATE procedures.

            10. Press the ATHS/IDM key.

            11. Select TGT when the MSN SUM page displays.

            12. Select TGT when the TGT SUM STATUS page dis­plays.

          1. Enter the target description.

          2. Enter the appropriate data when the TARGET SUBTYPE page displays.

          3. Enter the appropriate data when the DEGREE OF PROTECTION page displays.

            1. Select the SEQUENCING key when the MSN SUM page displays.

            2. Select FIRE CONTROL if desired.

            3. Select SH/FZ as desired and sequence off when the FIRE CONTROL SUM page displays.

            4. Select SEND when the MSN SUM page displays.

    1. At this point, the operator is awaiting the message "ACCPTD" from the FDC. Once the ATHS/IDM receives the message "ACCPTD," review the MTO.

            1. After the round impacts, request FFE, or perform an adjustment:

          1. Select SHIFT when the MSN SUM page displays.

          2. Press MMS and perform round-locate procedures when the SHIFT-CALC-"C" page displays.

          3. Press the ATHS/IDM switch when the SHIFT-CALC-"C" page displays. Review RND grid and press SHIFT-CALC.

          4. Press C on the MFK, review correction, and sequence to the MSN SUM page.

          5. Select FIRE CONTROL when the MSN SUM page displays.

          6. Select CONT when the FIRE CONTROL SUM page displays.

          7. Select FFE when the FIRE CONTROL page displays.

          8. Select the SEQUENCING key when the FIRE CONTROL SUM page displays.

          9. Select SEND when the MSN SUM page displays.

          10. Await shot and splash from the FDC.

            1. Perform end-of-mission procedures.
    1. NIGHT OR NVG CONSIDERATIONS: A thorough crew briefing should be conducted prior to NVG operations, crew coordination is crucial. When maneuvering the aircraft to maintain the MMS on target the P* must consider obstacles and other aircraft. The P should momentarily assist the P* with obstacle avoidance and clearing the aircraft and announce when doing so.

    2. TRAINING AND EVALUATION REQUIREMENTS:


      1. Training. Training may be conducted in the aircraft, CPT, or CSMET.

      2. Evaluation. Evaluation will be conducted in the aircraft.
    3. REFERENCE: Appropriate common references plus FM 6-30.


    1. 2174

      1. CONDUCT A SUPPRESSION MISSION USING THE MMS AND ATHS/IDM
    1. CONDITIONS: In an OH‑58D helicopter.

    2. STANDARDS: Appropriate common standards plus the following:


      1. Prepare and send a suppression mission.
    3. DESCRIPTION:


      1. Crew Actions.

            1. The P* is responsible for clearing the aircraft and obstacle avoidance. He will focus primarily outside the aircraft to keep the target in sight. He will announce any maneuver or movement before execution and inform the P if visual contact is lost with other aircraft.

            2. The P will operate the MMS, ATHS/IDM and assist the P* as necessary. The P will announce when his attention is focused inside the cockpit.

      2. Procedures.

    1. The aircrew must have a known point number or a target number to conduct this mission. This mission is conducted as a Quick-Fire mission.

            1. Select and press the ATHS/IDM switch.

            2. Select ARTY when the TOP MENU page displays.

            3. Select NEW when the ARTY MSN LIST displays.

            4. Select QUICK when the MSN TYPE page displays.

            5. Select either KNPT or TGT NUM when the QUICK FIRE page displays.

            6. Enter the appropriate data when TGT NUMBER or KNOWN POINT displays.

            7. Select SEND when the MSN SUM page displays.

    1. Although ADJ FIRE appears at R2, because QUICK was selected, the ATHS/IDM automatically defaults to FFE and sends that to the FDC. Upon receipt of the MTO, ADJ FIRE will change to WR/FFE.

            1. End the MSN when desired effects have been achieved on the target.
    1. NIGHT OR NVG CONSIDERATIONS: A thorough crew briefing should be conducted prior to NVG operations, crew coordination is crucial. When maneuvering the aircraft to maintain the MMS on target the P* must consider obstacles and other aircraft. The P should momentarily assist the P* with obstacle avoidance and clearing the aircraft and announce when doing so.

    2. TRAINING AND EVALUATION REQUIREMENTS:


      1. Training. Training may be conducted in the aircraft, CPT, or CSMET.

      2. Evaluation. Evaluation will be conducted in the aircraft.
    3. REFERENCE: Appropriate common references plus FM 6-30.


    1. 2176

      1. CONDUCT AN IMMEDIATE SUPPRESSION MISSION USING THE MMS AND ATHS/IDM
    1. CONDITIONS: In an OH‑58D helicopter.

    2. STANDARDS: Appropriate common standards plus the following:


      1. Prepare and conduct an immediate suppression mission.
    3. DESCRIPTION:


      1. Crew Actions.

            1. The P* is responsible for clearing the aircraft and obstacle avoidance. He will focus primarily outside the aircraft to keep the target in sight. He will announce any maneuver or movement before execution and inform the P if visual contact is lost with other aircraft.

            2. The P will operate the MMS, ATHS/IDM and assist the P* as necessary. The P will announce when his attention is focused inside the cockpit.

      2. Procedures.

            1. Perform point track procedures.

            2. Select the ATHS/IDM switch.

            3. Select ARTY when the TOP MENU page displays.

            4. Select NEW when the ARTY MSN LIST page displays.

            5. Select NEW TGT when the MSN TYPE page displays.

            6. Select N/G when the TARGET DESCRIPTION page displays.

            7. Select the MMS LINE-ADDRESS key when the MSN SUM page displays.

            8. Perform TGT LOCATE procedures.

    1. This mission is conducted as an FFE mission with an urgent priority.

            1. Select the ATHS/IDM switch.

            2. Select FIRE CNTL when the MSN SUM page displays.

            3. Select CONT when the FIRE CONTROL SUM page displays.

            4. Select FFE when the FIRE CONTROL page displays.

            5. Select PRIORITY when the FIRE CONTROL SUM page displays.

            6. Select URGENT when the PRIORITY page displays.

            7. Select the SEQUENCING key when the FIRE CONTROL SUM page displays.

            8. Select SEND when the MSN SUM page displays.

    1. Select HC/SMOKE from the SH/FZ page to perform an immediate smoke mission.
    1. NIGHT OR NVG CONSIDERATIONS: A thorough crew briefing should be conducted prior to NVG operations, crew coordination is crucial. When maneuvering the aircraft to maintain the MMS on target the P* must consider obstacles and other aircraft. The P should momentarily assist the P* with obstacle avoidance and clearing the aircraft and announce when doing so.

    2. TRAINING AND EVALUATION REQUIREMENTS:


      1. Training. Training may be conducted in the aircraft, CPT, or CSMET.

      2. Evaluation. Evaluation will be conducted in the aircraft.
    3. REFERENCE: Appropriate common references plus FM 6-30.





    MAINTENANCE TEST PILOT TASKS

    This chapter describes the tasks that are essential for maintaining maintenance crewmember skills. It defines the task title, number, conditions, and standards by which performance is measured. A description of crew actions, along with training and evaluation requirements is also provided. Tasks described in this chapter are to be performed by qualified OH-58D Maintenance Test Pilots in accordance with AR 95-1. This chapter contains tasks and procedures to be used by contractor maintenance test pilots in accordance with AR 95-20 v1 (DLAM 8210) section 3. 4 (publications). If discrepancies are found between this chapter and TM 55-1520-248-MTF, the MTF takes precedence.
      1. TASK CONTENTS.

        1. Task Number. Each ATM task is identified by a ten-digit Systems Approach to Training number that corresponds to the maintenance test pilot tasks listed in Chapter 2 (Figure 2-8). For convenience, only the last four digits are referenced in this training circular.

        2. Task Title. This identifies a clearly defined and measurable activity. Task titles may be the same in many ATMs, but task content will vary with the airframe.

        3. Conditions. The conditions specify the common wartime or training/evaluation conditions under which the MTP tasks will be performed.

        4. Standards. The standards describe the minimum degree of proficiency or standard of performance to which the task must be accomplished. Standards are based on ideal conditions to which the task must be accomplished. The following common standards apply to all MTP tasks.

          1. Perform procedures and checks in sequence per TM 55-1520-248-MTF, as required.

          2. Brief the RCM or NCM on the procedures and applicable Warnings, Cautions, and Notes for the task to be performed.

          3. Perform crew coordination actions per the task description and Chapter 6.

          4. Assess and address any malfunctions or discrepancies as they occur and apply appropriate corrective actions or troubleshooting procedures.

          5. Use the oral callout and confirmation method and announce the initiation and completion of each check.

        5. Description. The description explains how the elements of the task should be done to meet the standards. When specific crew actions are required, the task will be broken down into crew actions and procedures as follows.

          1. Crew actions. These define the portions of a task to be performed by each crewmember to ensure safe, efficient, and effective task execution. The P* indication does not imply PC or MP duties. When required, P* or MP responsibilities are specified. All tasks in this chapter are to be performed only by qualified MEs, MPs or student maintenance test pilots undergoing qualification training as outlined in AR 95-1. The MP is the PC in all situations, except when undergoing training or evaluation by an ME. For all tasks, MP actions and responsibilities are applicable to MEs. When two MEs are conducting training/evaluation together, or two MPs are jointly performing test flight tasks, the mission brief will designate the aviator assuming PC responsibilities.

          2. Procedures. This section describes the actions that the MP/ME performs or directs the RCM/NCM to perform in order to execute the task to standard.

        6. Considerations: This section defines training, evaluation, and other considerations for task accomplishment under various conditions.

        7. Common Single Pilot Considerations. The following common single pilot considerations apply to all tasks in this chapter where specific single pilot considerations have not been identified: When a NCM is on board, the MP will brief and assign him duties appropriate to his proficiency level. Except for rated aviator duties, the RCM crew actions described in the task may be accomplished by the NCM at the direction of the MP.

        8. Training and Evaluation Requirements. Some of the tasks incorporate more than one check from TM 55-1520-248-MTF. The evaluator may select additional checks for evaluation. Training and evaluation requirements define whether the task will be trained or evaluated in the aircraft, simulator, or academic environment. Training and evaluations will be conducted only in the listed environments, but may be done in any or all combinations. Listing only “aircraft” under evaluation requirements does not preclude the ME from evaluating elements of the task academically to determine depth of understanding or planning processes. However, the evaluation must include hands-on performance of the task in the listed environment(s). If one or more checks are performed unsatisfactorily, the task will be graded unsatisfactory. However, when the task is reevaluated, only those unsatisfactory checks must be reevaluated.

        9. References. The references are sources of information relating to that particular task. In addition to the common references listed in Chapter 4, the following references apply to all MTP tasks:

          1. Aircraft logbook and historical records.

          2. TM 1-1500-328-23.

          3. DA Pam 738-751.

          4. TM 55-1520-248-10.

          5. TM 55-1520-248-CL.

          6. TM 55-1520-248-MTF.

          7. TM 55-1520-248-23 series manuals.

          8. TM 11-1520-248-23 series manuals.

          9. TM 1-6625-724-13&P.

          10. Applicable airworthiness directives or messages from AMCOM.

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