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example, executive officers, maintenance officers and staff officers at battalion or higher levels.

        (3)  FAC 3 -  Duty Position based on METL requirements.  The following are requirements of FAC 3.

             (a)  Qualified in their primary aircraft.  But will not perform duties in Army aircraft.

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             (b)  Must maintain simulator flying-hour minimums stated in appropriate ATM.  Commander will specify simulator task and iteration requirements.  Minimums will be prorated at 1/6th of semiannual requirements and/or 1/12th of annual requirements for each full month remaining in training period.  Any previous flying-hours/SFTS requirements no longer apply.  May prorate SFTS hours under the following conditions.   

                  1   Newly designated FAC 3.

                  2  Primary aircraft redesignated.

                  3  Duty position change that involves change in FAC level.

NOTE:  Prorated nonrated crew members requirements will be applied using the

      requirements of AR 600-106.

             (c)  A newly assigned aviator must demonstrate proficiency in all instrument  tasks to an IE within 90 days of designation to FAC 3 if an instrument evaluation has not been performed within the last 12 months.

             (d)  FAC 3 aviators must complete the following evaluation during their APART period.

                  1  Instrument evaluation.

                  2  Aircraft operator’s manual examination.

                  3  Must maintain a current flight physical IAW AR 40-501.

             (e)  If redesignated FAC 1 or FAC 2, they will be given a commander’s evaluation and placed into the appropriate readiness level (RL).

H:  Learning Step/Activity - Provide instruction on the RL levels .

    a.  Readiness Levels - Identify crew member’s training phase and mission readiness.  

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