Adding Pilots to Database

This lesson will show you how to add basic pilot's information to the database. You will need to go though these steps in order to log any hours.

Adding Pilots information

You will first need to enter Administrative Data so you can start logging flight time. To do this simply click the Pilot Info button.

Once you click on the pilots information you will see a pilots information box appear on the screen.

Pilot's Information Window

This is your basic Pilots information window. You can also use this window to EDIT an aviator that is already in the Database. We will discuss how to edit in a later chapter.

Basic information

Enter in the basic information in the following blocks. Most of this is self explanatory, however something to pay attention to is the Semi Annual Start Date and the Semi Annual End Date.

These are the dates that are used when you search for your flights that have occurred during your SemiAnnual Period.

Flight Minimums Section

This is so you can keep track of your "Admin Data" you can either enter in these values or leave them blank. They will serve as a reminder of what you need during the current semi annual period.

Just select the corresponding box and a calendar will appear.

Qualification Dates - Common AH64D Pilot Information

There are many things that you as a AH64 pilot that you will need to keep track of. We have listed just a few. Select the corresponding box and a calendar will appear for you to select a date.
*Korea Specific Data is used for those deployed to Korea

Initial Flight Log

Right now all we have for you to track NON- AH64 flight hours is right here. As helicopter pilots we know we don't just start flying the AH64D helicopter we are usually trained up on another aircraft. This allows you to input the total hours you have accumulated over the years in another aircraft.

Finished with adding all the administrative data.

Once you are finished entering all the data to these fields you can press the "Add Aviator to Database" button.

ATM Aviator Minimums

CONTINUATION TRAINING
a. Semiannual aircraft flying-hour requirements.
(1) Single-seat designated aviator.
(a) FAC 1—70 hours, of which 63 hours must be flown in the designated crew station.
(b) FAC 2—50 hours, of which 45 hours must be flown in the designated crew station.
(c) FAC 3—No crew duties authorized in Army aircraft.
Note: At least once annually, FAC 1 and FAC 2 single-seat designated aviators will receive a
familiarization flight in the opposite crew station in the aircraft with an IP, SP, IE, UT, or an
approved simulation device.
(2) Dual-seat designated aviators (IPs; SPs; IEs; MEs; and commander-designated MPs, UTs, PCs,
and PIs).
(a) FAC 1—70 hours, of which 15 hours must be flown in each crew station.
(b) FAC 2—50 hours, of which 7.5 hours must be flown in each crew station.
(c) FAC 3—No crew duties authorized in Army aircraft.
b. Semiannual simulation device flying-hour requirements. Trainers and evaluators may credit
instructor/operator (I/O) hours toward their semiannual simulation device flying-hour requirements.
However, at least 4.5 hours must be flown in each crew station semiannually. All aviators may apply a
maximum of 12 simulation hours flown in a semiannual period toward that period’s semiannual flying hour
requirements for 2-4a(1) and (2) above. RCMs may apply 12 hours of LCT time toward their
semiannual aircraft flying hour requirements. All Active and Reserve RCMs within 200 statue miles (SM)
of an LCT will complete the following number of hours:
(1) Single-seat designated aviator.
(a) FAC 1—15 hours in the designated crew station.
(b) FAC 2—9 hours in the designated crew station.
(c) FAC 3—24 hours in the designated crew station.
(2) Dual-seat designated aviators (IPs; SPs; IEs; MEs; and commander-designated MPs, UTs, PCs,
PIs, and FAC 3 aviators).
(a) FAC 1—15 hours, of which 4.5 hours must be flown in each crew station.
(b) FAC 2—9 hours, of which 3 hours must be flown in each crew station.
(c) FAC 3—24 hours, which may be flown in either crew station.
Note: RCMs outside of 200 SM refer to AR 95-1. ARNG RCMs refer to NGR 95-1.

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