(2) Nonrated crew members (NCM) in designated flying positions.
(3) Nonrated crew members who perform crew member duties per
(4) Persons authorized to perform crew member duties in Army aircraft, IAW AR 95-1 or NGR(AR) 95-210.
b. TC 1-210 is the commander’s guide for implementing the ATP but the following ATMs are an integral part of the program.
TC 1-209 Observation Helicopter, OH-58D
TC 1-211 Utility Helicopter, UH-1
TC 1-212 Utility Helicopter, UH-60
TC 1-213 Attack Helicopter, AH-1
TC 1-214 Attack Helicopter, AH-64
TC 1-215 Observation Helicopter, OH-58A/C
TC 1-216 Cargo Helicopter, CH-47
F: Learning Step/Activity - Provide instruction on ATP Integration.
a. Crew members assigned or attached for flight duty will present their Individual Aircrew Training Folder (IATF) and/or their DA Form 759 to the commander or designated representative within 14 days of signing into the unit.
b. The commander’s evaluation, consisting of a records review and/or a proficiency flight evaluation, will be completed within 45 days of the crew member signing into the unit or after the effective date of flight status orders, whichever occurs last.
G: Learning Step/Activity - Provide instruction on the FAC levels .
a. Flight Activity Categories (FAC) - Unit Commander designated positions based on TOE or TDA which determine the crew members proficiency required. The commander will not change FAC levels merely to reduce individual or unit flying-hour requirements.
FAC levels do not apply to DAC’s or NCM’s
b. FAC Levels.
(1) FAC 1 - Duty positions that require a high degree of flight proficiency in the tactical employment of the assigned aircraft.
(2) FAC 2 - Duty position that requires less flight proficiency than FAC 1.