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COURSE NUMBER: Q-050-1500

UMBRELLA OR COURSE: C
DATA CURRENT AS OF: 01/01/18
COURSE LENGTH: 18 Days

TITLE: Naval Aircrewman Candidate School

COURSE SECURITY: No clearance required

TYPE COURSE: A3 enlisted 'A' school and/or NEC/MOS

SKILL TYPE: NEC 802A NAVAL AIRCREWMAN CANDIDATE

PURPOSE: To provide the Navy and USMC with basic knowledge, skill and physical conditioning necessary to enhance survival of aviation related mishaps and meet all initial training and qualifications required for enlisted aircrewman as per CNAF M-3710.7 (series).

SCOPE: Naval Aviation familiarization, aviation physiology, rigorous physical conditioning, initial water survival training (IWST), deep water survival training (bay ops), first aid, CPR, and military training. Candidates must swim a mile in flight suit and perform physical standards test (NAVY) at "Good” level (OPNAVINST 6110.1) in all events, (Marines) at "First Class" (MCO P6100.13 with CH. 2) to complete course.

PREREQUISITES:
1. All source ratings eligible for NEC GXXX and GXXX/8XXX/7XXX per NAVPERS 18068 (series), Section II (NEC Manual).
2. Meet eligibility requirements of MILPERSMAN 1220-010 Aircrew Program and BUPERSINST 1326.4 (series) Administration of Enlisted Flight Orders, Career Enlisted Flyer Incentive Pay, and Hazardous Duty Incentive Pay for Aerial Flight.
3. Volunteer for duty involving flying per NAVPERS 15909 (series) (Enlisted Transfer Manual) Service record entry required.
4. Physically qualified for DIFCREW per Manual of the Medical Department (MANMED), NAVMED P-117. Must be certified Physically Qualified and Aeronautically Adaptable by USN flight surgeon within six months preceding Class Convene date (no pending waivers).
5. Must have applied for a National Agency Check (security clearance) prior to arrival at NAVAVSCOLSCOM if required for follow-on pipeline training.
6. Successfully pass the Navy standard Physical Fitness Assessment (PFA) with a satisfactory in all categories - service record entry required. Marine Corps successfully pass to Physical Fitness Test (PFT) with first class categories.
7. Student height/weight standards as dictated in the most current manual of Medical Dept, Chap 15, or NAVPERS 15563, Chap 4.

TRAINING PROGRAM COORDINATOR (TPC): CNET Regional Coordinator for school operations Shop 4

RESOURCE SPONSOR: N789

TRAINING PROGRAM MANAGER: CNET OTE2