Flight Regulations

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Flight Regulations

    Flight Regulations Army Regulation 95-1

    1 September 1997

    Effective: 1 October 1997

    PIN: 004473-000


AR 95-1 * 1 September 1997 * UNCLASSIFIED


     Flight Regulations

     Change Summary

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     AR 95-1

     Flight Regulations

     This revision--

     * Merges AR 95-1, Flight Regulations with AR 95-3, Aviation General

     Provisions, Training, Standardization and Resource Management.

     * Provides guidance on implementing Internal Management Controls per AR

     11-2 and applicable aviation Control Review Checklists, Appendix B, were

     added (para 1-5).

     * Revises use of Army aircraft under Operational Support Airlift (OSA)

     missions to reflect new management procedures (chap 3).

     * Changes unit waiver authority to commanders of MACOMs, Commander, United

     States Army Reserve Command (USARC), and Chief, National Guard Bureau.

     Individual waiver authority was changed from the installation commander to

     the, '...first commander, O6 or above, in the individual's

     chain-of-command' (para 4-2).

     * Changes approval authority for authorizing individuals not qualified to

     fly an aircraft requiring two pilots from the MACOM (four star level) to

     any MACOM commander. This authority can be further delegated to the two

     star level (para 4-23c(4) and (5)).

     * Lists mandatory prerequisites for IP candidates (para 4-26b).

     * Adds nonrated crew member, nonrated crew member instructor (FI) and

     nonrated crewmember standardization instructor (SI) requirements (paras

     4-32, 4-33, and 4-34).

     * Updates content to reflect FAR airspace reclassification (table 5-1,

     paras 5-2c(4), 5-3d, and 5-5a(8)).

     * Updates the required equipment list for mission requirements and adds an

     NVD column (table 5-2).

     * Revises Chapter 6, Safety of Flight (SOF) message procedures and adds

     Aviation Safety Action Messages (ASAMs) (chap 6).

     * Adds the Army Flying Hour Program (FHP) that sets forth

     responsibilities, policies, and procedures for MACOM flying hour managers

     (chap 10).

     * Revises DA Form 5484-R Mission Schedule/Brief, and adds instructions

     (app C).

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     PICTURE 1


     This revision consolidates AR 95-1 and AR 95-3 into one publication.

     Because this publication has been revised extensively, the changed

     portions have not been highlighted.


     This regulation covers aircraft operations, crew requirements, and flight

     rules. It also covers Army aviation general provisions, training,

     standardization, and management of aviation resources.


     This regulation applies to all Army, Army National Guard of the United

     States, and U.S. Army Reserve aircraft systems and persons involved in the

     operation, aviation training, standardization, and maintenance of such

     aircraft and systems. This includes aircraft on loan, lease, and bailment

     to the Army, the Army National Guard, and the U.S. Army Reserve. During

     mobilization, chapters and policies contained in this regulation may be

     modified by the Proponent.

     Proponent and exception authority.

     The proponent of this regulation is the Deputy Chief of Staff for

     Operations and Plans (DCSOPS). The DCSOPS has the authority to approve

     exceptions to this regulation which are consistent with controlling law

     and regulation. The DCSOPS may delegate this authority in writing to a

     division chief within the proponent agency in the grade of colonel or the

     civilian equivalent.

     Army management control process.

     This regulation is subject to the requirements of AR 11-2. It contains

     internal control provisions and checklists for conducting internal control

     reviews. These checklists are published in Appendix B.


     Supplementation of this regulation and establishment of command and local

     forms are prohibited without prior approval of HQDA DCSOPS, ATTN:

     DAMO-FDV, 400 ARMY PENTAGON, WASH DC, 20310-0400.

     Suggested improvements.

     Users of AR 95-1 are invited to send comments and suggested improvements

     on DA Form 2028 (Recommended Changes to Publications and Blank Forms)

     directly to Commander, U.S. Army Aviation Center, ATTN: ATZQ-ESL, Fort

     Rucker, AL 36362-5211.


     Distribution of this publication is made in accordance with the

     requirements on initial distribution number (IDN) 092080, intended for

     command level A, B, C, D, and E for Active Army, the Army National Guard,

     and the U.S. Army Reserve.


     This regulation supersedes AR 95-1, 30 May 1990; AR 95-3, 27 September

     AR 95-1 * 1 September 1997 * UNCLASSIFIED

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     1990; and DA Memo 95-1 (Flying Hour Program), 4 April 1991.


AR 95-1 * 1 September 1997 * UNCLASSIFIED


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     Table of Contents

     CONTENTS Table of Contents

     COVER Book Cover

     CHANGES Change Summary

     TITLE-PAGE Title Page

     CONTENTS Table of Contents

     TABLES Tables

     FIGURES Figures

     1.0 General

     1.1 Purpose

     1.2 References

     1.3 Explanation of abbreviations and terms

     1.4 Responsibilities

     1.5 Internal control review checklist

     1.6 Deviations

     1.7 Waivers and delegation of authority

     2.0 Aviation Management

     2.1 Personnel authorized to fly Army aircraft

     2.2 Personnel authorized to start, run up, and taxi Army aircraft

     2.3 Crewmembers prohibited from performing aircrew duty

     2.4 Aviators restricted to limited cockpit duty

     2.5 Aircrew and maintenance checklists

     2.6 Logging flying time

     2.6.a Duty.

     2.6.b Mission.

     2.6.c Flight condition.

     2.7 Computation of flying time

     2.8 Individual flight records

     2.9 Use of airports, heliports, and other landing areas

     2.10 Local flying rules

     2.11 Special use airspace (SUA)

     2.12 Aircraft lighting requirements

     2.13 Flight violations

     2.14 Briefing officers

     2.15 Noise abatement

     3.0 Operations and Safety

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