Organization - Flight Operations

Director of Flight Operations
Manages and directs all flight operations activities IAW CAPR60-1, and CAPR66-1. They shall:
  • Develop and implement current flight operations plans, programs, and directives.
  • Establish reporting procedures to determine the success of current flight operation programs including standardization/evaluation, cadet flight orientation and training, glider operations, aircraft maintenance and maintenance management.
  • Oversee and develop standard operating procedures for the operation and maintenance support of CAP aircraft assigned to FLWG or Glider Center of Excellence .
  • Coordinate current operational matters with other internal and external staff agencies or interested agencies.
  • Develop standard operating procedures for the subordinate staff areas. Develop necessary operations policies and procedures to ensure operational readiness and to provide adequate guidance to subordinate personnel and units.
  • Oversee the issuance of maintenance transportation authorizations as requested.
The Director of Flight Operations should be familiar with CAPP 211, CAPP 212, CAPP 213; CAP directives in the 60, 62, and 66 series and parts 1, 43, 61, 63, and 91 of FAA regulations (14CFR).

Chief, Standardization/Evaluation Officer
(CAPR 20-1 - Standardization/Evaluation Officer)

Manages aircrew standardization and evaluation activities. They shall:

  • Develop and implement a check pilot program.
  • Conduct evaluation of check pilot program in subordinate units.
  • Evaluate aircrew techniques and ability using appropriate publications and checklists.
  • Evaluate aircrew techniques in mission planning, briefings, mission execution, and critiques.
  • Perform spot evaluation checks as appropriate.
  • Continually evaluate aircrew training procedures and techniques.
  • Administer written examinations and document flight evaluation checks.
  • Analyze evaluation data for trends that indicate changes in the program or additional training needs for individual pilots.

The standardization/evaluation officer should be familiar with CAPP 212; CAP directives in the 60, 62, 66, and 76 series; FAR Parts 1, 43, 61, 63, 91; and FAA Advisory Circulars in the 61, 63, 91 and 97 series.

Assistant Standardization/Evaluation Officer

Duties as assigned by Chief, Standardization/Evaluation Officer.