By U.S. Government,Department of Defense,U.S. Military,U.S. Air Force
Chapter 1 * accountability AND tasks, FLIGHT AUTHORIZATIONS, AND overseas army FLYING * part 1A—Responsibilities and tasks * 1.1. evaluation * 1.2. obligations of AF/A3O-A * 1.3. duties of MAJCOMs * 1.4. tasks of Subordinate organisations * 1.5. obligations of Aircrew contributors and Parachutists * 1.6. Flying responsibilities * 1.7. Waivers * part 1B—Flight Authorization * 1.8. plane Flight Authorizations * 1.9. Authorization for utilizing US Air strength airplane * 1.10. Authorization to accomplish Inflight tasks in Air strength airplane * 1.11. Authorization to accomplish Inflight tasks in Non-US Air strength plane * 1.12. necessities for Pilots in twin managed airplane * part 1C—Flying via army and Civilian team of workers of overseas international locations in USAF airplane * 1.13. Air strength coverage * 1.14. Flight Authorizations * 1.15. strategies for Processing Requests that Require HQ USAF Approval * 1.16. Requests for Exception * bankruptcy 2 * AVIATION source administration guidelines * part 2A—Flying software * 2.1. Rated Officer and occupation Enlisted Aviator (CEA) Flying software * 2.2. Flying task Codes * 2.3. Aviation provider Codes (ASC) * 2.4. Operational Flying accountability * 2.5. Rated Officer and profession Enlisted Aviator Operational Flying accountability * 2.6. OFDA Waivers * 2.7. enjoying Flying via Rated officials * 2.8. Flight general practitioner, Pilot-Physician, and important Care Air delivery workforce Flying coverage * 2.9. enjoying Flying by way of profession Enlisted Aviators * 2.10. playing Flying through Non-rated Officer Aircrew participants and Non-CEA Enlisted Aircrew contributors * part 2B—Supervisory Operational Flying Positions * 2.11. Supervisory place standards * 2.12. Supervisory Flying * 2.13. Supervisory place obstacles * 2.14. Indoctrination Flying * 2.15. Operational aid plane (OSA) and Aircrew administration * part 2C—Support of group of workers Assigned to destinations or companies missing Flying amenities or plane * 2.16. Attachment for Flying/Parachuting * part 2D—Flying with Air Reserve part devices * 2.17. overall strength Absorption application (TFAP) as well as the tips supplied during this part, aircrew body of workers needs to conform to overall strength Absorption software (TFAP) suggestions contained in AFI 11-412 * 2.18. Flying With AFRC devices * 2.19. Flying With ANG devices * 2.20. Coordination Authorization * 2.21. TFI and affiliate devices * bankruptcy three * FLIGHT DOCUMENTATION * part 3A—Logging of Flight task * 3.1. input and credits flight time * 3.2. Crediting Flight Time * 3.3. Definition of Flight Time different types * 3.4. Flight situation Time * 3.5. Non-rated/non-CEA Flight Time * part 3B—Logging of Flight job (General) * 3.6. Logging Flight Time for Pay * 3.7. Logging Flight Time via Rated officials and profession Enlisted Aviators in Inactive Flying prestige * 3.8. Non-rated/non-CEA Crewmembers and Operational aid Flight Time * 3.9. Logging Flight Time in Non-US Air strength airplane * 3.10. Logging different US army Time * 3.11. Logging scholar Time * 3.12. Logging international army Time * 3.13. Logging Flight Time in except army airplane * 3.14. Logging Civilian Flight Time * 3.15. Quarterly common Officer Flying Hour details Report
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21st Century U.S. Military Documents: Air Force Aviation Management Instruction - Guidance for Administering Aircrew Flight Management Programs for Flying Unit Commanders and Aircrew Personnel by U.S. Government,Department of Defense,U.S. Military,U.S. Air Force