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APPENDEX A                   MANUAL 51-11
SECTION M - INSTRUMENT PROFICIENCY FLIGHT CHECK
NAME
^[[DAVIS, BENJAMIN O.]]
RANK ^[[M/GEN]]  INSTRUCTOR ^[[WHITE, WMR]]
RANK ^[[CAPT]] DATE OF CHECK ^[[26 OCT 60]]

TYPE OF CHECK
□ UPGRADE  □ ANNUAL  □ SPCT

[[6 column table]]
Planning-Preparation | U | S | Low Approach-Missed Approach | U | S |

Cockpit check |   | ^[[√]] | Low Visibility Approach |   | ^[[√]]

ATC Clearance |   | ^[[√]] | GCA |   | ^[[√]]

Instrument Take-Off |   | ^[[√]] Radio/Voice Procedures |   | ^[[√]] |

Departure |   | ^[[√]] |   |   |   |

Climb and Level Off |   | ^[[√]] | Flight Publications |   | ^[[√]] |

Basic Instruments |   | ^[[√]]   |   |   |
ADF Procedures |   | ^[[√]] |   |   |   |
Steep Turns ^[[60◦ & 45◦]] |   | ^[[√]] |   |   |   |
GCI-IFF Procedures |   | ^[[√]] |   |   |   |
RDF Procedures |   | ^[[√]] |   |   |   |
Unusual Attitudes |   | ^[[√]] |   |   |   |
UHF DF Procedures |   |^[[√]] |   |   |   |
Radio Range (Optional)  NA-
OMNI-TACAN (Optional) |   |^[[√]] |   |   |  |
Holding |   | ^[[√]] |   |   |   |
Penetration(s) |   | ^[[√]] |   |   |   |
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SUMMARY OF FLIGHT (Explain "U" items in detail)
^[[Over all proficiency good
Basic instruments are strong and pre plans most maneuvers well.
Attitude excellent.
Wepic point: after passing through minimums on GCA, has a tendency to make abrupt heading changes (too large) for angle) prior to touch down (landings not performed from back seat.]]

RECOMMENDED CORRECTIVE ACTION: ^[[That instrument card be issued]]
CORRECTIVE ACTION TAKEN:
CHECK PILOT SIGNATURE: ^[[William R. White]]
PILOT'S SIGNATURE: x ^[[B O Davis, Jr.]]
OIC TRAINING SIGNATURE: ^[[K B Johnson]]
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