11-2C-17 Vol. 3 16 NOV 11 (incorporating change 1 20 MAR 2015)

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  1. Definition of FDP
    The period of time starting at mission report time and ending immediately after the aircrew completes the final engine shutdown of the day

  2. Basic crew FDP
    16 hours (12 hours when the autopilot is inop)
  3. All AAR and tactical events will be accomplished within the first ___ hours of FDP for a basic crew
    14 hours
  4. Basic crew FDP may be extended by ___ .
    As much as 2 hours.

    Only use this provision to recover from unscheduled/unplanned enroute delays
  5. Augmented crew FDP
    24 hours (16 hours when the autopilot is inop)
  6. All AAR and tactical events will be accomplished within the first ___ hours of FDP for an augmented crew.
    18 hours
  7. A PIC with an augmented crew alerted to a basic crew FDP may seek approval to extend the FDP by as much as ___ to complete a scheduled mission.
    2 hours
  8. Crew duty time (CDT) definition, and when it begins.
    That period of time an aircrew may perform combined ground/flight duties.

    CDT begins 1 hour after alert.

  9. Maximum crew duty time (CDT) for a basic crew
    18+00 hours

  10. Maximum crew duty time (CDT) for an augmented crew
    24+45 hours

  11. Crewmembers may travel as MEP for a maximum of ___.
    24 hours.

  12. An aircrew member will not perform aircrew duties within ___ of consuming alcoholic beverages.
    12 hours

  13. The minimum en route crew rest period is ___ before legal for alert.
    12 hours

    13 hours before scheduled report time when self-alerting

  14. Minimum en route ground time between engine shutdown and subsequent takeoff
    16+30 hours
  15. Post mission crew rest rules
    1 hour off (up to 96 hours) for each 3 hours off-station
  16. Crew alert time
    3+45 (1 hour for reporting and 2+45 hours for mission preparation)

  17. The latest allowable alert time after the expected alert time is ___.
    6 hours.

    The PIC may extend the window to 8 hours when flying as primary crew or 12 hours when traveling as MEP.
  18. If a mission cannot depart within ___ of any scheduled takeoff, the PIC may continue the mission after a thorough review of ORM factors.  C2 will not as the PIC to accept a takeoff outside of the window.
    4 hours
  19. Definition of ALFA alert.
    Aircraft is able to launch within 1 hour.

  20. Definition of BRAVO alert
    Aircraft can launch within 3 hours.

  21. Definition of CHARLIE alert.
    Aircrew can enter crew rest within 2 hours.

  22. Aircrew can remain in CHARLIE status for ___.
    Up to 72 hours.

  23. An AC or IP will make all takeoffs and landings during:
    • -aircraft emergencies
    • -emergency airlift of nuclear weapons
    • -assault or substandard airfield operations
    • -Cat II ILS approaches and landings when the weather is below Cat I minimums

  24. IR landing lights will be turned on no later than:
    400 AGL' on final
  25. Any crewmember will immediately notify the PF when the following deviations occur:
    • Heading: +/- 10 degrees
    • Airspeed:  +/- 10 knots
    • Altitude:  +/- 100 feet

  26. Momentary minor deviations on approach are acceptable and defined as:
    • Airspeed:  +10/-5 knots
    • Bank angle:  +/- 15 degrees
    • Rate of descent:  +/- 300 FPM from target
  27. Minimum runway width
    90 feet

  28. Minimum runway length

  29. Minimum taxiway width
    50 ft.

  30. Minimum star turn width
    90 ft.

  31. Minimum takeoff distance
    Computed critical field length

  32. Minimum runway for a normal landing (3/4 or full flap)
    Computed landing distance with idle reverse

  33. Minimum runway length for a full flap assault landing
    Computed ground roll, with max reverse, plus marked landing zone distance (usually 500 ft.).

    Max reverse is referenced on the non-standard configuration page. 

  34. Max reverse on the non-standard configuration page is based on:
    Two engines in max reverse, 1 engine at idle reverse, and 1 engine inoperative.

  35. During operations on runways partially covered with snow or ice, base takeoff computations on the reported runway surface condition or RCR for the cleared portion of the runway.  A minimum of ___ either side of centerline should be cleared.
    45 feet.
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