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STUDENT OUTLINE

AIRCREW TRAINING PROGRAM

TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVE (TLO):

At the completion of this block of instruction student will:

ACTION:  Employ ATP standards.

CONDITION:  As a company commander, standardization officer, evaluator or unit trainer in a combat aviation unit.

STANDARD:  In accordance with (IAW) TC 1-210, FM 25-101, AR 95-1, AR 95-3, and the appropriate Aircrew Training Manual (ATM).

SAFETY REQUIREMENT:  None.

RISK ASSESSMENT LEVEL:  Low.

ENVIRONMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS:  None.

EVALUATION:  Each student will be evaluated by a Practical exercise administered at the end of this block of instruction.

INSTRUCTIONAL LEAD IN: The focus of the Aircrew Training Program is individual, crew, and collective training.  The design and management of an effective training program requires analysis of each of these three elements.  The Mission Essential Task List (METL) defines the unit as a member of the Combined Arms team and is the source from which collective training is identified.  Combat proficiency necessitates that crew function as a unit to affect the absolute efficiency for their aircraft to the Combined Arms effort.  Essential to this training effort is the proficiency of the individual in those tasks required for the operation of the aircraft.  TC 1-210 emerges as the commander’s primary training document linking individual, crew, and unit collective tasks.

A:  Learning Step/Activity - Provide instruction on the main elements of the ATP.

    a.  The Aircrew Training Program.

        (1)  To develop and train combat-ready aircrews capable of executing their individual, crew and collective tasks as integral members of the Combined Arms Team fighting the airland battle.

        (2)  To provide safe, standardized and realistic aviation training.

    b.  Focus.

        (1)  Individual, crew and collective training

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