Unformatted text preview: u to modify current flight documents. These
current flights are flights that have not yet been approved.
1 On the Select a Current Flight Document window, type the document
number and click OK. 2 Follow procedures described in Modify a Current Flight Document
(on page 91).
Select a Current ADB Flight Document
This dialog box displays the ADB flight documents, which are pre-flight
documents that are created through the ADB initiation process when the
pilot-in-command signs out the aircraft for a flight using the Aircraft
Inspection and Acceptance (AIA) form. The pre-flight document status
code is a Zero (0). This dialog box contains a Sort button that assists the
user in selecting the applicable flight document.
1 Double-click the specific flight document to select it and click OK.
The Flight Document – Aircraft window appears. 2 Follow the procedures described in Modify a Current Flight
Document (on page 91). 94 User Guide Optimized NALCOMIS OMA Modify a Historical Flight Document
A historical flight document is one that has been processed by the analyst.
This process enables you to access historical flight documents by entering
data from selection windows.
You can add or delete data on the document such as crewmembers,
missions, approach, training codes, training area, delivery, and
1 Open Flight Document (see "How to Access the Flight Subsystem"
on page 60). 2 Click OK on the Scheduled Flight Selection window that appears.
3 On the Flight Document window, click the drop-down arrow on the
Select an Historical Document by Specific Modex/Name button
and select an option, or go to the Actions menu, choose
Modify, then Historical Flight, and select the option. For
procedures, see the following topics:
! Select an Historical Document by Specific Modex/Name (on
page 95) ! Select any Historical Flight Document (on page 95) ! Select an Historical Away/Simulator Flight Document (on page
95) ! Select An Historical Flight Document - Enter Document
Number (on page 95) 4 Beginning with the Aircraft tab, view, modify, or delete the required
fields or the flight document in its entirety.
For procedures in updating or deleting data on a historical flight
document, see Flight Document - Tabs (on page 99).
5 Click Print, validate the updated entries, save the flight document,
and return to the flight document.
6 See Printing Tips (on page 22).
Note: Printing the flight document gives you the opportunity to
review and make changes before saving it. Once you click Save, you
cannot access the flight document from the same process. Save does
not give you the option to print the document.
7 When you finish modifying the flight document, click Save to
validate the updated entries, save the flight document, and return to a
blank Flight Document window.
If the flight document passes validation, the Saving Flight Document
response box appears.
8 Click Yes.
9 On the Mission Commander Signoff dialog box, type your Login ID
and Password and click OK. Chapt...
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This note was uploaded on 10/01/2013 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Smith during the Fall '13 term at Voorhees.
- Fall '13