Event Mission MPTS AJET STK4501 POP DELIVERY T-45 STRIKE 1.1 HOURS/X

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MPTS AJETSTK4501 POP DELIVERYT-45STRIKE1.1 HOURS/XEventMissionSTK 45011ORMOPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS / LIMITATIONSCREW REST/ CREW DAY / WORK WEEKWARM-UP ELIGIBILITYPREVIOUS FLIGHT COMPLETE? IP CURRENCYREAD AND INITIAL

HUMAN FACTORSLIFE STRESSORS / EXTERNAL FACTORS/ PERSONAL PROBLEMSMEDICAL STATUS CREW DAY CREW RESTNOURISHMENTHYDRATION

HAZARDS AND CONTROLSROUTINEWEATHERCURRENT OBSERVATIONS AND FORECASTSCROSSWINDSFUEL CONSIDERATIONS

STK 45012TTOWHO WILL CALL A TTO?

WHAT SITUATIONS WILL THE TTO BE CALLED?SAFETYCONFUSIONMISUNDERSTANDING

IP RESPONSIBILITIESRECOGNIZE THE NEED FOR A TTOEXPLANATION / INSTRUCTION AS NECESSARYDOCUMENTATION ON ATF

WHEN AND HOW WILL TRAINING RESUME? STK 4501SSR/DISCUSS ITEMSSPECIAL SYLLABUS REQUIRMENTS:NONE

PREREQUISITES:STK 4104

DISCUSS ITEMS:

NATOPS/SOP/EP QODRACETRACK PATTERN30-30 POP MARINE STYLEABORT CRITERIA

STK 45014SYLLABUS NOTESSTK 4501 SHOULD BE FLOWN AS A POP EVENT, INTRODUCING POP PROCEDURES AND AN EXTENDED POP PATTERN AS DETAILED IN THE WEAPONS FTI; CCIP TARGET TRACKING SHALL BE USED.A MINIMUM OF FOUR BOMBS DELIVERED IS REQUIRED TO COMPLETE THIS EVENT.STK 45015A/C - ATC C/S CREW

BRIEF / WALK / TAKEOFF / LAND TIMES

ATC CLEARANCE / DD-175

FUEL PLAN/LADDER

LINE / T/O / ABORT / RPM

COMM PLAN

NAV PLANADMIN (CARD)STK 45016ADMINLAUNCHWEATHER / NOTAMS / TFR / BASHPREFLIGHT / START / TAXI ITOENROUTE PROCEDURESRADALT USAGE

RTBRECOVERYDIVERTSSTK 45017Mach run same as 10 deg pattern.15 break interval for 2 plane,12 for 3 plane, and 10 for 4 plane. Flight Lead may adjust break point for Range constraints.1 Breaking, Pop Pattern, and so forth.Trim for level flight.Recommend Joker and Bingo calls be made at any point while in the pattern due to fuel constraints.LOW ALTITUDE:1500 AGL as Lost Interval Altitude from Abeam to Downwind.1500 AGL as Climb to Cope altitude.Use LAAT knowledge and brief small decent ROT to capture 700AGL on downwind.Master Arm Point: recommended point be once wings level in the dive; however, no earlier than wings level to the TGT at the Approaching.

SPECIAL PROCEDURES / CONSIDERATIONSSTK 4501CONDUCTTIMS RESUME REVIEW

PRACTICE:COMMUNICATIONSGROUND OPSFLIGHT ADMINTACTICAL ADMINTAKEOFFRENDEZVOUSFORMATION WINGMACH RUN

STK 45019CONDUCTPRACTICE CONTINUED:30/30 POPROLL INTRACKING/DIVE ANGLECCIP TARGET TRACKINGERROR CORRECTIONSRELEASE/FIRING PARAMETERSDIVE RECOVERYACCURACYOFF TARGET RENDEZVOUSLANDINGSSTK 450110

1500 AGL1.8-2.0 / 1500 AGL700 AGL700 AGL700 AGLDescending toMRT / 12 Unit AOA3.5 / 30 degree RT offset3.0 / PUP 30 degrees NU Over-bank / Roll-in at 1900 AGL to Apex at 2500 AGLIntercept 10 Weapons Delivery (CCIP)Pattern A/S: 375 KIAS4.0Rollout heading directly to the target30-30 MARINE METHOD POP15STK 4501

Pattern A/S: 375 KIAS4.01.8 - 2.01234FOUR OFF, SAFETHREE PAST, 2.2ONE POPPINGONE IN SOUTHWESTINTERVAL SPACING / COMMABEAMPAST 2.3DOWNWIND2.4 - 3.9TURNING INAPPROACHINGPOPPINGIN, (CAR DIR)OFF, SAFEX-WINDPRIORSTK 45014G / 17unitsMRT / 700 AGLPUP: 3.0NM___1900/ ____2500PDA/ APEXA/SMRT ALT____250010CKPT ALT____150039 Mils TPA 4117A/S 450TMRTAlt ____1000Zmin____800LAW 60030-30 Pop Z DiagramMARINE METHOD30deg RT O/S3.5NM30SA/TOF: 5AOD: 2199 / 6STK 4501

TOP-DOWN VIEW STK 4501

Small ridgeline ~500 MSL from right to left as shownOUTBOUNDNSTK 4501BLOCK MIF

STK 4501EmergenciesWX/TIMING NO-GOFALL OUT PLAN / ABORTSSINGLE RADIO/NORDO/ ICS FAILRWY DEP / GND EJECTIONLOSS OF NAVAIDS LOST SIGHT/LOST INTERVALSYSTEM FAILURESLCLSDISORIENTATIONBIRD STRIKE/ MIDAIREJECTIONSAR PROCEDURES

INTERLOPERLAME DUCK/REJOIN PLANSIMO RUNTACTICAL ABORT CRITERIATGT FIXATIONLOW PULLOUTOVERSTRESSCONT. PROB IN DIVEUNDERRUNHUNG ORDNANCEAIRCREW COORDINATIONORM/TTOBETS STK 450117STANDARD DEBRIEFING FORMATTHE FLIGHT LEAD OR PILOT-IN-COMMAND IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ENSURING ALL FLIGHT OR CREWMEMBERS ARE THOUROUGHLY DEBRIEFED ON THE CONDUCT OF THE MISSION UTILIZING THE S-P-B-E-MS-LL FORMAT OUTLINED BELOW.

SAFETYPLANNINGBRIEFEXECUTIONMISSION SUCCESSLESSONS LEARNED

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