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    MEMBER’S NAME (print or type) CAPID and Expiration Date CHARTER NO. AIRCRAFT MAKE & MODEL

ADDITIONAL CAP ENDORSEMENTS FLIGHT TIME (or # of Glider Flights) AIRCRAFT CATEGORY&CLASS (Evaluator initials [typed/printed] blanks)

    OTHER CAP ENDORSEMENTS (list) Instrument Cadet Orientation Instructor Night Flight

     Check Pilot Mountain Flight


     A. Annual Online Written Exam A. Straight & Level Flight

     B. Review CAPR 60-1 & Supplements B. Constant Airspeed Climbs

     C. Review Flight Release Procedures C. Constant Airspeed Descents

     D. Review CAPF 9 Requirements D. Turns To A Heading

     E. Local Procedures E. Recovery from Unusual Flight Attitudes

     F. Radio Nav & Radar Services II. PREFLIGHT PREPARATION

     A. Certificates & Documents IX. INSTRUMENT FLIGHT PROCEDURES

     B. Obtaining Weather Information A. Ground Prep (WX, AC systems, Flt Plan)

     C. Determine Weight & Balance B. ATC Clearance and Traffic Procedures

     D. Determine Takeoff Performance C. Holding Procedures

     E. Determine Cruise Performance D. Partial Panel Unusual Attitude Recovery

     F. Determine Landing Performance E. Intercept & Tracking of Courses

     G. Cross-country Flight Planning F. Instrument Approach Procedures

     H. Aircraft Systems (a) Precision Approach

     I. Aeromedical Factors (b) Non-Precision Approach

     (c) Partial Panel Approach III. GROUND OPERATIONS

     A. Visual Inspection (d) Circling & Missed Approach


     C. Taxiing A. Rectangular Course

     D. Use of Checklist (mandatory) B. S Turns

     E. Passenger Briefing C. Turns Around A Point

     F. Sterile Cockpit Procedures XI. NIGHT FLIGHT OPERATIONS

     G. Post-flight Procedures A. Physiological aspects of night flying

     B. Preparation & Personal Equipment IV. AIRPORT & TRAFFIC PATTERN OPS

     A. Radio Comm & ATC Light Signals C. Aircraft & Airport Lighting

     B. Surface and Traffic Pattern Operations D. Night Orientation and Navigation

     C. Airport & Runway Markings & Lighting XII. EMERGENCY PROCEDURES

     A. Emergency Approach & Landing (sim) V. TAKEOFF & CLIMBS

     A. Normal Takeoff & Climb B. System & Equipment Malfunction

     B. Crosswind Takeoff & Climb C. POH Bold Face Knowledge

     C. Short-field Takeoff & Climb D. Emergency Descent

     D. Soft-field Takeoff & Climb XIII. APPROACHES & LANDINGS

     A. Normal Approaches and Landings VI. CROSS-COUNTRY FLYING

     A. Pilotage & Dead Reckoning B. Crosswind Approaches and Landings

     B. Radio Navigation C. Forward Slips to Landing

     C. Diversion D. Go-around

     D. Lost Procedures E. Short-field Approach & Landing

     F. Soft-field Approach & Landing VII. MANEUVERS

     A. Power-Off Stalls XIV. SAFETY AWARENESS

     B. Power-On Stalls A. Clearing Turns and Collision Avoidance

     C. Maneuvering During Slow Flight B. Vigilance, Risk Management & Judgment

     D. Steep Turns C. Fuel Management

     D. Use of Crew Resource Management

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     A. Assembly and Ground Handling A. Engine Failure During T.O. Below VMC

     B. Aerotow Launch Procedures B. Engine Failure After Liftoff

     (a) Visual Signals C. Maneuvering wt One Engine Inoperative

     (b) Normal & Crosswind Takeoffs D. Approach & Landing with One Engine

     (c) Maintaining Tow Position E. VMC Demonstration

     (d) Boxing the Wake F. Instrument Maneuvers wt One Engine Out

     (e) Slack Line and Tow Release Procedure G. Instrument Approach wt One Engine Out

     (f) Aerotow Abnormal Occurrences XVII. INSTRUCTOR & CHECK PILOTS

     (g) Rope break above 200ft AGL A. Demonstrate ground instruction

     C. Ground Launch (Auto or Winch) B. Positive control exchange & who is PIC

     (a) Visual Signals C. T.O. & Landing from both control positions

     (b) Normal & Crosswind Takeoffs D. Demonstrate teaching maneuvers in flight

     (c) Ground Launch Abnormal Occurrences E. Demonstrate evaluating maneuvers in flight

     D. Airspeeds-to-fly, including minimum sink F. How to conduct a CAPF-5 (Check Pilot)

     E. Thermal Soaring XVIII. ORIENTATION PILOT

     F. Ridge and Slope Soaring A. Knowledge of CAPP 52-7

     G. Wave Soaring B. Demonstrate syllabus maneuvers/items

     H. Downwind landing C. Knowledge of CAPR 60-1 restrictions

     I. Simulated Off-airport Landings D. Knowledge of AF(J)ROTC program/MOU REVIEW OF CERTIFICATES AND DOCUMENTS (VERIFIED BY CHECK PILOT) FAA Pilot Cert No . CFI Cert No . CFI Exp Date

    Class Medical Medical Issue Date Flight Review Date

I certify that I have read and understand all applicable FAA, CAP, and state regulations pertaining to flying subject

    aircraft. I acknowledge any restrictions or training requirements stated on this CAPF 5. I also understand that

    maintaining currency, recurring requirements, and compliance with applicable directives is my personal


    Date Member’s Name & Grade (print or type) Member’s Signature I certify that I have administered a CAP flight check as indicated and that the above named CAP member has

    demonstrated the proficiency required to fly the indicated aircraft. The member also successfully completed the

    following makes and models of aircraft questionnaire:

    Date Evaluator’s Name & Grade (print or type) Evaluator’s Signature CAP check pilot approval (if a non-CAP check pilot evaluated the flight)

Date Name & Grade (print or type) Signature


CAP FORM 5, MAY 10 Page 2


These instructions specify how to fill out the CAPF 5. CAPR 60-1 requires specific actions and steps to be taken for

    the successful completion of a CAPF 5 flight check.

    All items for the appropriate type check must be completed indicating S Satisfactory, U Unsatisfactory or V

    Verbally briefed. Items or maneuvers not applicable to certain checks (such as power maneuvers for gliders) are

    marked as N/A. If a member can satisfactorily perform the more complex maneuvers, less complex maneuvers need

    not be accomplished at the discretion of the check pilot. Pilots are evaluated on their ability to satisfactorily perform

    the tasks assigned, knowledge of procedures, smoothness, judgment and mastery of the aircraft. Failure to meet the

    standards of performance for any task performed will result in an unsatisfactory evaluation.

    Acceptable performance standards are contained in the current FAA Practical Test Standards (PTS) book for the

    certificate being exercised. Instructor pilots will be expected to meet the standards outlined in the appropriate FAA

    Flight Instructor PTS.

    CHECK RIDE PROCEDURE The applicant for a CAPF 5 check ride should bring the following materials for review by the check pilot:

    1. Pilot Log Book(s) showing evidence of flight review or other required currency/endorsements.

    2. FAA certificates and medical.

    3. Proof of CAP membership.

    4. Blank CAPF 5 (instruction page is optional).

    5. Completed AC questionnaire(s) as required by CAPR 60-1.

    6. Annual CAPF 5 online written exam results.

    The check pilot will review and grade all materials and conduct the CAPF 5. All forms will be returned to the

    applicant at the conclusion of the check ride for further distribution and entry into the CAP Pilot Ops Qual system.

    Instructions for specific parts of the CAPF 5 are as follows:

    Additional CAP Endorsements More than one may be initialed by the check pilot. Night flight, Mountain flight and other endorsements may be required by applicable wing or region supplements to CAPR 60-1.

    Aircraft Category & Class Possible entries include “Airplane SE Land”, “Airplane ME Land”, “Glider”, etc.

    I. Oral Discussion & II. Preflight Preparation May be completed separately within a 30-day period before the flight check.

    IX. Instrument Flight Procedures Minimum completion standards for this section include at least one partial panel unusual attitude recovery, one holding pattern, and one instrument approach. At the discretion of the check

    pilot, this section may be covered verbally if the pilot has satisfactorily completed an FAA recognized flight check

    requiring a demonstration of instrument competency within 180 days preceding the CAPF 5 flight check.

    XI. Night Flight Operations Only for familiarization and may be required at the discretion of wing commanders or higher. XVI. Multi-Engine Procedures Pilots desiring to exercise instrument privileges in multi-engine aircraft shall demonstrate an instrument approach with one engine simulated inoperative.

    XVII. Instructor & Check Pilots On each annual CAPF 5 instructors/check pilots will be given a topic/maneuver by their check pilot on which to make a ground instruction demonstration to FAA CFI PTS

    standards. This same maneuver may be demonstrated in the air during the flight portion of the check ride. Landings

    will be demonstrated from both seats. XVIII. Orientation Pilot - Review and discuss the syllabus with the pilot before the flight. Select syllabus maneuvers for the pilot to demonstrate in-flight. Ensure applicable CAPR 60-1/CAPP 52-7 restrictions are known by the pilot.

    Review of Certificates and Documents The check pilot must verify each item in this section. Signatures The CAPF 5 is not complete unless signed by the applicant and evaluator (if the evaluator is a non-

    CAP check pilot, a CAP check pilot must also sign to indicate the CAP specific items have been covered).

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