AIR FORCE - AFI 11-202 VOL 2
AIRCREW STANDARDIZATION AND EVALUATION PROGRAM
|Publication Date:||6 December 2018|
The purpose of the Aircrew Standardization and Evaluation (Stan/Eval) program is to provide commanders a tool to ensure aircrew possess the knowledge and skill consistent with the requirements of their assigned crew position as well as the ability to manage the risks of flight in order to act as an effective crew/flight member.
The Aircrew Stan/Eval program also provides commanders the means to document individual aircrew member qualifications and provide commanders feedback on the effectiveness of unit training programs, and mission execution.
Aircrew includes the total complement of rated aircrew personnel, Career Enlisted Aviators, and nonrated aircrew personnel responsible for the safe ground and flight operation of the aircraft and onboard systems, or for airborne duties essential to accomplishment of the aircraft's mission. See AFPD 11-4, Aviation Service.
Includes members in initial formal training for immediate assignment to an authorized operational flying position.
This program is not required for cadets participating in US Air Force Academy (USAFA) airmanship programs.