Calling all C.A.P. Check Pilots-- ? time

JediNein

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Howdy!

I'm helping out at a SAREX next weekend by giving Form 5 checkrides. If the pilot does not desire a BFR or IPC signoff, do you log the time under any FAA category?

The aircraft checkouts I do for the flight school are considered "dual given." Is this the same?

Thanks!
Jedi Nein
*just a bit wet-behind-the-ears*
 

FreightGuyNTX

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Yep, just log it as dual given for you, recieved for them if they don't want an IPC, or BFR... I see no reason why they would pass up the opportunity though.
 

bobbysamd

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Form 5

Just log it as "Initial (or Annual) Form 5 Satisfactory" if they don't want a flight review. You can always add "BFR Satisfactory" to that write-up if they opt for one. I'd log it as dual given in your examinee's and your logbook as dual given, because you are acting as a flight instructor according to Part 61.

I was an Assistant Chief Check Pilot in Oklahoma Wing and a squadron check pilot in Arizona Wing. I gave a ton of Form 5s and loved every minute of it. I always, always offered a flight review signoff and was never turned down. I can't remember offhand if I'd put instrument-rated examinees under the hood and shoot an approach back to the field so I could write up a comp check (IPC) for them, but I must have. In the late eighties, ICC requirements were much less stringent than they are now.

Good luck with your SAR and flight clinic.
 
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