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Three Air Force documents provide unique information about USAF operations of this aircraft.

C-130J Operations Procedures - Chapter 1 * GENERAL INFORMATION * 1.1. General * 1.2. Applicability * 1.3. Key Words Explained * 1.4. Deviations and Waivers * 1.5. Supplemental Procedures * 1.6. Local Supplement Coordination Process * 1.7. Requisition and Distribution Procedures * 1.8. Improvement Recommendations * 1.9. Definitions * 1.10. Aircrew Operational Reports * Chapter 2 * COMMAND AND CONTROL * 2.1. General * 2.2. Execution Authority * 2.3. Pilot in Command (PIC) Responsibility and Authority * 2.4. Mission Clearance Decision * 2.5. Operational C2 Reporting * 2.6. Mission Commander (MC) * 2.7. Not Used * 2.8. C2 Agency Telephone Numbers * 2.9. Close Watch Missions * 2.10. Law Enforcement Support * 2.11. En route Maintenance Support * Chapter 3 * AIRCREW COMPLEMENT/MANAGEMENT * 3.1. General * 3.2. Aircrew Complement * 3.3. Aircrew Member Qualification * 3.4. Pilots * 3.5. Not Used * 3.6. Loadmasters * 3.7. Aircrew Management * 3.8. Scheduling Restrictions * 3.9. Counter-Fatigue Management Program * 3.10. Crew Rest/En route Ground Time * 3.11. Alerting Procedures * 3.12. Stage Management * 3.13. Standby Force Duty * 3.14. Orientation Flights and Incentive Flights * 3.15. Interfly * 3.16. Not Used * 3.17. Mission Essential Personnel (MEP) * 3.18. Mobility Mission Observers (MMO) * Chapter 4 * AIRCRAFT OPERATING RESTRICTIONS * 4.1. Objective * 4.2. Minimum Equipment List (MEL) Policy * 4.3. Waiver Authority * 4.4. Technical Assistance * 4.5. MEL Table Definitions/Column Identifiers * 4.6. Navigation Systems * 4.7. Soft Panel Operations * 4.8. Supplements * Chapter 5 * OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES * 5.1. Checklists * 5.2. Duty Station * 5.3. Flight Station Entry * 5.4. Takeoff and Landing Policy * 5.5. Landing Gear and Flap Operating Policy * 5.6. Outside Observer/ACM Duties * 5.7. Seat Belts * 5.8. Aircraft Lighting * 5.9. Portable Electronic Devices * 5.10. Tobacco Use on Air Force Aircraft * 5.11. Advisory Calls * 5.12. Stabilized Approach Philosophy * 5.13. Communications Policy * 5.14. Crew Resource Management (CRM) * 5.15. Automation * 5.16. Ground Collision Avoidance System (GCAS) / Terrain Awareness and Warning System (TAWS). * 5.17. Traffic Alerting and Collision Avoidance System (TCAS) * 5.18. Radar Altimeter * 5.19. Transportation of Pets * 5.20. Alcoholic Beverages * 5.21. Runway, Taxiway and Airfield Requirements * 5.22. Aircraft Taxi and Taxi Obstruction Clearance Criteria and Foreign Object Damage (FOD) Avoidance * 5.23. Fuel Jettison Procedures * 5.24. Aircraft Speed * 5.25. Bird/Wildlife Aircraft Strike Hazard (BASH) Programs * 5.26. Functional Check Flights (FCFs) and Acceptance Check Flights (ACFs) * 5.27. Participation in Aerial Events * 5.28. Not Used * 5.29. Not Used * 5.30. Aircraft Recovery from Unprepared Surfaces * Chapter 6 * AIRCREW PROCEDURES * Section 6A—Pre-Mission * 6.1. Aircrew Uniform * 6.2. Personal Requirements * 6.3. Pre-mission Actions * 6.4. Aircrew Publications Requirements * 6.5. Airfield Review * 6.6. Aircrew Intelligence Briefing * 6.7. GDSS2 Account * 6.8. Flight Crew Information File (FCIF) * 6.9. Flight Crew Bulletins (FCB) * 6.10. Mission Kits * 6.11. Route Navigation Kits * 6.12. Briefing Requirements * 6.13. Call Signs * 6.14. Instrument Flight Rules * 6.15. Flight Plan/Data Verification * 6.16. Departure Planning * 6.17. Weather Minimums For Takeoff * 6.18. Alternate Planning * 6.19. Departure Alternates * 6.20. Destination Requirements (for filing purposes) * 6.21. Adverse Weather * 6.22. Operational Risk Management (ORM) * Section 6C—Pre-Flight * 6.23. AFTO Forms 781 Series * 6.24. Aircraft Servicing and Ground Operations * 6.25. Aircraft Recovery Away from Main Operating Base * 6.26. Aircrew Flight Equipment Requirements * 6.27. Fleet Service * 6.28. Cargo Documentation * 6.29. Airlifting Hazardous Cargo * much more

GÉNERO
Historia
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2013
19 octubre
IDIOMA
EN
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640
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EDITORIAL
Progressive Management
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