When must the Anti-collision light be on when operating military aircraft? Are there any exceptions to this rule?
- Anti-collision lights will be on when aircraft engines
- are operating except when:
- Conducting night vision device operations.
- Conditions may cause vertigo.
- There may be other hazards to safety.
Position lights will be turned on when?
Between official sunset and sunrise.
Night vision device requirements will be as prescribed in what publications?
Unit SOP, training mission requirements, TC 1-210, and AR 95-2 paragraph 9-2.
Can Commanders authorize exemptions to lighting requirements for night vision device training flights in the NAS?
When operating per FAA grant of exemption.
Unit waivers to primary aircraft ATP requirements may be granted by whom?
Commanders of MACOM's only.
Individual waivers to primary aircraft ATP requirements may be granted by whom?
First Commander, Colonel (O6) or above in the individuals chain of command.
How many days can elapse before a rated crewmember will need a proficiency flight evaluation as per the ATM?
60 days as a PI or PC.
How many days can elapse before a nonrated crewmember will need a proficiency flight evaluation as per the ATM?
90 days as a crewmember (AO,CE,FE,FI,MO, or SI)
Army personnel engaged in the operation of Army aircraft shall comply with applicable:
- 1. Federal Aviation Regulations, laws, and rules
- 2. International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) regulations
- 3. Host country regulations, laws, and rules.
- 4. Military regulations
- 5. Non aviation federal and state laws applicable to army aviation operations
- 6. DOD FLIP
- 7. Aircraft operators manuals and checklists
What are IFR/VFR fuel requirements?
- Aircraft must have enough fuel to reach the destination and alternate airport (if required) and have a planned fuel reserve of:
- VFR-20 minutes at cruise
- IFR- 30 minutes at cruise