Started by HighFlyer, April 11, 2020, 04:42:10 pm
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QuoteThese two "missions" do not have to be on different mission numbers, be AFAMs, or be completed after all other advanced training is complete, but personnel must have completed all familiarization and preparatory training in order to receive credit for these sorties. These sorties must be complete sorties and/or operating periods where the member participates in all aspects of their assigned mission specialty. It is possible to participate in more than one specialty on a given mission or day.
Quote from: HighFlyer on April 11, 2020, 04:42:10 pmI'm stuck on the "Participate in 3 training or actual missions after being qualified". I'm currently TMP, MS, MRO, MSA, UDF, GTM3 and GTL qualified. My question is: Do these 3 missions need to be performed in a specific specialty after qualified in that specialty, or does a training mission for say GTL after being qualified as GTM count as one of these missions?Also, would separate sorties under the same mission number count as long as you perform all aspects of that mission.
Quote from: HighFlyer on April 11, 2020, 07:55:51 pmI agree on the sorties in one day. Mainly I was wondering if a member gets, for example, UDF qualified (does no UDF missions afterwards) but then trains on 3 missions for other qualifications if those would count. Another example would be getting MS as your initial qual, then training for MO. I'm assuming based on responses that would count, and it doesn't have to be in the original specialty you were qualified in. Thanks for the responses!
Quote from: Eclipse on April 11, 2020, 09:50:43 pmAgain, you're talking about qualifications, not PD.Also, ESOs don't "plan sorties". Either you're signed into the mission as a qual or you're not.An ESO "planning a sortie" who isn't signed into the mission, gets zero credit for the PD.
Quote from: Eclipse on April 11, 2020, 06:14:37 pmYou're quoting the reg for Operator Qualification, not PD specialty.The PD specialty is about managing ES, not be an operator. I wouldn't sign off on someone doing it all on one day, but ultimately approval is the subjective acceptance of the mentor and Commander.
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