21St Century U.S. Military Documents: Air Force F-35 Lightning Fighter Aircraft - Operations Procedures, Aircrew Evaluation Criteria, Aircrew Training Flying Operations

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  • Publish Date: 2017-08-22
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  • Author: U.S. Government;Department of Defense;U.S. Military;U.S. Air Force

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Three Air Force documents provide unique information about USAF operations of the F-35 Lightning Fighter aircraft. Contents: Operations Procedures * Aircrew Evaluation Criteria * Aircrew Training Chapter 1 * GENERAL GUIDANCE * 1.1. General * 1.2. Waivers * 1.3. Processing Changes * Chapter 2 * MISSION PLANNING * 2.1. Responsibilities * 2.2. General Procedures * 2.3. Mission Materials * 2.4. G-suit Use * 2.5. Unit Developed Checklists * 2.6. Bird/Wildlife Aircraft Strike Hazard (BASH) Programs * 2.7. Fuel Conservation * 2.8. Overwater * 2.9. Briefing/Debriefing * Chapter 3 * NORMAL OPERATING PROCEDURES * 3.1. Preflight and Strap-in * 3.2. Ground Communications and Visual Signals * 3.3. Engine Start * 3.4. Taxi and Arming * 3.5. Flight Lineup * 3.6. Takeoff * 3.7. Formation Takeoff * 3.8. Join-up/Rejoin * 3.9. Formation, Visual and Administrative * 3.10. Tactical Formation * 3.11. Chase Formation * 3.12. Aerial Demonstrations * 3.13. Maneuvering Parameters * 3.14. Ops Checks * 3.15. Radio Procedures * 3.16. General Low Altitude Procedures * 3.17. Air Refueling * 3.18. Night Procedures * 3.19. Electro-Optical Distributed Aperture System/Night Vision Procedures * 3.20. Fuel Requirements * 3.21. Approaches and Landings * 3.22. Overhead Traffic Patterns * 3.23. Tactical Overhead Traffic Patterns * 3.24. Touch-and-Go Landings * 3.25. Low Approaches * 3.26. Closed Traffic Patterns * 3.27. Formation Approaches * 3.28. After Shutdown Procedures * 3.29. Air-to-Air Interrogator (AAI), Identification Friend or Foe/Selective Identification Feature (IFF/SIF) * 3.30. Weather Minimums * 3.31. Summary of Minimum Altitudes * Chapter 4 * INSTRUMENT PROCEDURES * 4.1. Display of Endorsed Primary Flight Reference * 4.2. Takeoff and Join-up * 4.3. Trail Procedures * 4.4. Formation Break-up * 4.5. Formation Penetration * 4.6. Formation Approach * 4.7. Instrument Approach * 4.8. Simulated Instrument Flight * 4.9. Flight into Known Icing Conditions * Chapter 5 * AIR-TO-AIR WEAPONS EMPLOYMENT * 5.1. References * 5.2. Simulated Gun Employment * 5.3. Training Missions with Live Air-to-Air (A/A) Ordnance * 5.4. Flare Employment * 5.5. Maneuvering Limitations * Chapter 6 * AIR-TO-SURFACE WEAPONS EMPLOYMENT * 6.1. References * 6.2. Weather Minimums * 6.3. Simulated Gun Employment * 6.4. Training Missions with a Hot Gun * 6.5. Simulated Attacks against Off-Range or Manned Targets * 6.6. Pop-Up Attacks * 6.7. Target Identification * 6.8. Live Ordnance Procedures * 6.9. Flare Employment * 6.10. Night Weapons Delivery/Range Operations * 6.11. Night Altitudes * 6.12. Night Bank Angle * Chapter 7 * ABNORMAL OPERATING PROCEDURES * 7.1. General * 7.2. Ground Aborts * 7.3. Takeoff Aborts * 7.4. Air Aborts * 7.5. Engine Malfunctions * 7.6. Radio Failure * 7.7. Severe Weather Penetration * 7.8. Lost Wingman Procedures * 7.9. Spatial Disorientation * 7.10. Armament System Malfunctions * 7.11. Post Arresting Gear Engagement Procedures * 7.12. In-flight Practice of Emergency Procedures * 7.13. Search and Rescue (SAR) On-Scene Commander Procedures * 7.14. Fuel Dumping * Chapter 8 * LOCAL OPERATING PROCEDURES * 8.1. General * 8.2. If Applicable Procedures * 8.3. Distribution of Local Supplements

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