operation may not be conducted with Army helicopters on Navy single-
or dual-spot, air-capable ships.
b. Deck-Landing Qualification Training
(1) Before conducting deck-landing qualification
pilots of self-deploying helicopters must meet the
(a) Be a designated PC with 50 PC hours.
(b) Have 500 total helicopter hours.
(c) Have 50 night and 50 instrument hours (actual or
Five night and five instrument hours must have been
within the last 60 days (for night deck-landing qualification only).
(2) In addition to those prerequisites listed in (1) above,
Army deck-landing qualification instructors will meet the following
(a) Be qualified as an instructor pilot.
(b) Have 500 pilot hours in the type of helicopter in
(c) Be instrument qualified and current.
(1) Multispot, Air-Capable Ships
Qualification requirements for operations from multispot,
air-capable ships are --
(a) For initial and requalification requirements, five day
and five night shipboard landings will be made per year.
training will be under the direction of a deck-landing qualification
(b) For currency requirements, two day and three night
shipboard landings will be made per year.
One day landing will be
made within 24 hours before conducting a night landing.
(2) Single- and Dual-Spot, Air-Capable Ships
Qualification requirements for operations from single- and
dual-spot, air-capable ships are --