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Aircraft Operations. Providing safe, effective, and efficient, standardized guidance to those who fly in the Civil Air Patrol. Joe Piccotti, NHQ/DOV Lt Col Mike Moyer, CAP/DOV. Key Personnel Year in Review 60-1 Changes Stan/Eval Trends Training Safety Concerns. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Providing safe, effective, and efficient, standardized guidance to those who fly in the Civil Air Patrol.Joe Piccotti, NHQ/DOVLt Col Mike Moyer, CAP/DOVAircraft Operations *

  • Key PersonnelYear in Review60-1 ChangesStan/EvalTrendsTrainingSafety ConcernsAircraft Operations Overview*

  • Col Michael J. Murrell, CAPDeputy Chief Of Staff, Operations

    Lt Col Michael Moyer, CAPStandardization & Evaluation Officer

    Col Jack Buschmann, CAPGlider Program OfficerAircraft Operations Key Personnel*

  • Joe Piccotti, HQ CAP/DOVChief of Aircraft OperationsStandardization/Evaluations & Flight Training888.211.1812 EX 331 Fax: 334-953-4242 Lpiccotti@capnhq.gov105 South Hansell St., Maxwell AFB, AL 36112

    Aircraft Operations Key Personnel*

  • Aircraft Operations Year in ReviewStatus, Aircraft Upgrades & MXCAP Pilots 10,000+ Total2800+ Active Flyers

    New planes purchased2011 4 2012 Expect 19

    Consolidated MX100% of wings enrolled! 52 wings/550 aircraft*

  • Aircraft OperationsYear in Review* Flying hour comparison directly affected by budget.

    1 Oct 1 Aug AF Mission Flying Hour Comparison FY11 FY12 % DiffAir Defense 2,139 1,697 -20.7%Drug Interdiction 4,960 4,799 -3.2%Range Support 521 393 -24.6%Route Survey 619 751 21.3%SAR 1,709 2,514 47.1%DSCA/DR 1,787 165 -90.8%Surrogate Predator 850 616 -27.5%Other/HLS 1,448 2,113 45.9%Training 22,888 25,302 10.5%Maintenance 6,097 6,505 6.7%Cadet Orientation 9,083 12,981 42.9%Total 52,101 57,836 11.0%

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  • Glider ProgramSSA/CAP MOA (on Aircraft Operations web page)Soaring Society of America (SSA)Sharing of resourcesMeeting attendance at other organizations meetingsSSA provide mentors to CAP glider programStatusNumber of CAP Gliders 4213 glider Region Centers of Excellence (RCOE)Utilization 200 launches/glider (annually)Sorties in WMIRS (now includes non-CAP gliders)

    Aircraft Operations Year in Review*

  • Milestones:G1000 Training Program - DoneCAPR 60-1 / Revision - DoneNCPSC / Rewrite DoneAircraft OperationsYear in Review*

  • CAPR 60-1 Revision Dated: 16 April 2012Wing Supplements to CAPR 60-1 on WebAll supps to previous CAPR 60-1 expire on 16 Oct 12Must be revised & re-approved IAW CAPR 60-1Submit for approval as MS Word document via E-mailCoord with the CAP Region, SD, LR, prior to NHQSupps must not conflict with HHQ directivesSupps must not be less restrictive than the parent reg.Supps may provide additional requirements or clarification to the parent regulation

    Aircraft Operations CAPR 60-1 Changes*

  • 60-1 RevisionFlight/Sortie Time Definition (1-3, o):

    Flight / Sortie - A flight/sortie begins when the aircraft begins to move forward on takeoff. It ends after airborne flight when the aircraft returns to the surface and either of the following conditions occur: (1) The engine is stopped, or any engine on a multiengine aircraft, [except as required on CAPF 5 evaluations] or (2) A change is made in the crew which enplanes or deplanes a crewmember. A single flight may include multiple take-offs and landings. Aircraft Operations CAPR 60-1 Changes*

  • Aircraft Operations CAPR 60-1 Changes60-1 RevisionChecklists (2-1, n)

    Use of manufacturer's checklist or NHQ CAP approved checklist(s) is mandatory in all CAP aircraft. NHQ CAP approved checklist must first be coordinated with the appropriate CAP-USAF LR and approved by the respective wing maintenance officer. The Pilot in Command has the final responsibility to ensure each checklist complies with the appropriate Pilots Operating Handbook (POH) or Flight Manual. These checklists do not replace the appropriate Pilot's Operating Handbook or Flight Manual and include selected procedures only.

    Note: NHQ approved checklists are located online at: http://capmembers.com*

  • Aircraft Operations CAPR 60-1 Changes60-1 RevisionPassenger Requirements (2-3, b):

    All non-CAP members, other than Military/National Guard, (Title 10 and Title 32)/Federal employees, and ROTC/JROTC cadets (ROTC/JROTC flight orientation program only), must execute a CAPF 9, Release (For Non CAP Members), and leave the form in a secure location on the ground known to the flight release officer (FRO) or mission IC. ROTC/JROTC cadets must complete a hold harmless agreement in accordance with the ROTC/JROTC Orientation Flight MOA. *

  • Aircraft Operations CAPR 60-1 Changes60-1 RevisionAircraft Requirements (2-4, g & h):CAP corporate aircraft are the resource of choice for AFAMs. Member owned/furnished aircraft, with the exception of gliders and balloons, should only be used on AFAMs when CAP corporate aircraft are not available or when mission requirements dictate the usage of non-corporate aircraft. Before utilizing a member-owned/furnished aircraft for AFAMs, CAP-USAF policies require that the aircraft be inspected by CAP-USAF LR personnel utilizing the CAPF 71, CAP Aircraft Inspection Checklist. Inspections must be conducted annually and are valid for one year. A facsimile of the aircraft airworthiness certificate must also be provided to the CAP-USAF LR for their files when the aircraft is submitted for inspection. CAP-USAF also requires the aircraft owner annually to sign a hold harmless agreement (HHA). *

  • Aircraft Operations CAPR 60-1 Changes60-1 RevisionGroundings and Mishaps (2-7, b):

    Any pilot operating a CAP aircraft who is involved in a mishap that can be classified as an incident or accident (as defined in CAPR 62-2, Mishap Reporting and Review) is automatically grounded at the moment a mishap occurs, or immediately upon landing if airborne. The pilot will remain grounded until reinstated to flight status per paragraph 2-7c of this regulation. Written notification of temporary grounding resulting from an incident or accident is not required since the grounding is automatic. *

  • Aircraft Operations CAPR 60-1 Changes60-1 RevisionPilot Training (2-8, d):

    For C182 airplanes, a student pilot must obtain the written permission of their wing or region commander to train in a specific C182 airplane and with a specific flight instructor. Such permission may be granted for multiple flights (including all the flights needed to complete private pilot flight training). Any change of flight instructor or C182 airplane used will require another written permission be obtained by the student. *

  • Aircraft Operations CAPR 60-1 Changes60-1 RevisionGlider Operations (2-9):

    The Region Centers of Excellence (RCOE) program is an optional National program established by the NEC to effectively manage the glider program and aggressively promote and provide more glider orientation flights to our cadets, as well as glider flight training. For those regions that have opted to participate in the program, consult the National Stan/Eval web page for the latest requirements.*

  • Aircraft Operations CAPR 60-1 Changes60-1 RevisionClassification of CAP Pilots (3-7, d, 6 & 8):

    (6) Teacher Orientation Pilots must hold commercial pilot privileges. (8) Satisfactorily receive an Orientation Pilot endorsement, during a CAPF 5, Flight Evaluation, within the preceding 12 calendar months and be appointed in OPS Quals as an ROTC and/or CAP Orientation pilot by the, region or wing commander, or their designee.*

  • Aircraft Operations CAPR 60-1 Changes60-1 RevisionClassification of CAP Pilots (3-7, continued):

    Must be appointed in Ops Qual:- CAP Instructor Pilot- CAP Check Pilot- CAP Check Pilot Examiner- CAP Tow Pilot- CAP Mission Pilot- CAP Mission Pilot Examiner

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  • Aircraft Operations CAPR 60-1 Changes60-1 RevisionPilot Records (3-9, a & b):

    a. All pilot data must be entered into the CAP OPS Quals system and validated. Data entered shall include all relevant FAA pilot qualifications, CAPFs 5, aircraft questionnaire(s), commander written designations (including electronic approval in eServices) and other items needed to establish CAP aircraft operating privileges under this regulation. A copy of current Pilot and Medical certificates must also be uploaded and maintained in OPS Quals. b. All CAP pilots must acknowledge at least once, the CAP Statement of Understanding, by dating the Statement of Understanding paragraph in Operations Qualification. *

  • Aircraft OperationsStan/EvalUP- DATED STAN-EVAL WEBSITERenamed Web Page Aircraft OperationsAccess made easier at: www.capmembers.com Menu on Left: CAP Pilots Easy Navigation CAP Pilot and Flight Training information, related FAA sites, AOPA courses, Weather, and more!WMIRSStandardized Sortie GenerationOps QualReal-time qualification data

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  • Aircraft Operations Stan/Eval*

  • Aircraft OperationsStan/EvalWMIRS Updated:Add Air Sortie Page - HobbsPre-flight/Engine StartEngine Stop/Post-flight100% of Hobbs accounted for Reimbursement!

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  • Safety, Training, Evaluation Emphasis ItemTaxi/Ground Movement MishapsMay occur due to inattentiveness or other human factors related distractionsLook out the windows!Know where you are goingBe aware of all obstacles, then move or avoid them!Aircraft OperationsStan/Eval*

  • Standardized Flying Rules are critical to safe Ops!Mishaps may occur due to:Disregarded Rules Risky BehaviorIgnored Rogue OpsLack of Corrective ActionsStrong (CCs + Stan/Eval + Instructors) = Safe OpsStandards must be enforced!Aircraft OperationsStan/Eval*

  • On the way:eForm 5 Pilot Flight Evals are coming!Will improve tren