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  • DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVYHEADQUARTERS UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS

    3000 MARINE CORPS PENTAGONWASHINGTON, DC 20350-3000

    NAVMC 3500.47AC 4610

    NAVMC 3500.47AMAR 08 20U

    From:To,

    Subj,

    Encl,

    Commandant of the Marine CorpsDistribution List

    CH-53 TRAINING AND READINESS (T&R) MANUAL

    (a) NAVMC 3500.14B

    (1) CH-53 T&R MANUAL

    1. Purpose. To revise standards and regulations regarding the training ofCH-53 aircrew per the reference.

    2. Cancellation. NAVMC 3500.47

    3. Scope. Significant changes in this revision include the following:

    a. Mission Essential Task (MET) incorporation to facilitate MET-basedreadiness.

    b. Incorporation of Marine Corps Task (MeT) list versus Universal JointTask List (UJTL).

    c. Emphasis on Mission Skills versus Core Skills to support MET-basedreporting.

    d. Re-naming and re-numbering of Phases from 3-digit to 4-digit codes.

    e. Standardized Naval Air Training Operational ProceduresStandardization Program (NATOPS) and instrument evaluation policy.

    f. Standardized Fleet Replacement Squadron (FRS) and Basic InstructorPilot (BIP) Programs of Instruction (POI).

    g. Addition of FRS Table of Organization.

    h. Addition of Aviation Career Progression Model (ACPM) trainingrequirements.

    i. Revision to Chapter 1 to improve metrics and standards for aircrewreadiness reporting.

    4. Information. Recommended changes to this publication are invited and maybe submitted via the syllabus sponsor and the appropriate chain of commandto, Commanding General (CG) , Training and Education Command (TECOM),Aviation Training Division (ATD) using standard Naval Correspondence or theAutomated Message Handling System plain language address, CG TECOM ATD.

    DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A, Approved for public release; distribution isunlimited.

  • NAVMC 3500.47A

    MAR 08 2Ull5. Command. This Manual is applicable to the Marine Corps Total Force.

    6. Certification. Reviewed and approved this date.

    By direction

    DISTRIBUTION: peN 10031976800

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    CHAPTER 1

    CH-53D/E UNIT TRAINING AND READINESS REQUIREMENTS

    PARAGRAPH PAGE

    CH-53E UNIT TRAINING AND READINESS REQUIREMENTS................ 100 1-3

    CH-53E MISSION................................................. 101 1-3

    CH-53E TABLE OF ORGANIZATION (T/O)............................. 102 1-3

    CH-53E SKILL ABBREVIATIONS..................................... 103 1-4

    CH-53E MISSION ESSENTIAL TASK LIST (METL)...................... 104 1-4

    CH-53E MET TO CORE/MISSION/CORE PLUS/MISSION PLUS SKILL MATRIX. 105 1-6

    CH-53E CORE MODEL MINIMUM REQUIREMENT (CMMR) SKILLS

    PROFICIENCY REQUIREMENTS ...................................... 106 1-7

    CH-53E READINESS REPORTING..................................... 107 1-7

    CH-53E INSTRUCTOR REQUIREMENTS................................. 108 1-8

    CH-53E QUALIFICATIONS AND DESIGNATIONS......................... 109 1-9

    CH-53E TRAINING RESOURCE REQUIREMENTS..........................110 1-9

    CH-53D TRAINING AND READINESS REQUIREMENTS..................... 111 1-12

    CH-53D MISSION................................................. 112 1-12

    CH-53D TABLE OF ORGANIZATION (T/O)............................. 113 1-12

    CH-53D SKILL ABBREVIATIONS..................................... 114 1-13

    CH-53D MISSION ESSENTIAL TASK LIST (METL)...................... 115 1-13

    CH-53D MET TO CORE/MISSION/CORE PLUS/MISSION PLUS SKILL MATRIX. 116 1-14

    CH-53D CORE MODEL MINIMUM REQUIREMENT (CMMR) SKILLS

    PROFICIENCY REQUIREMENTS....................................... 117 1-15

    CH-53D READINESS REPORTING..................................... 118 1-16

    CH-53D INSTRUCTOR REQUIREMENTS................................. 119 1-17

    CH-53D QUALIFICATIONS AND DESIGNATIONS......................... 120 1-18

    CH-53D TRAINING RESOURCE REQUIREMENTS..........................121 1-18

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    CHAPTER 1

    CH-53E TRAINING AND READINESS UNIT REQUIREMENTS

    100. CH-53E TRAINING AND READINESS UNIT REQUIREMENTS. The goal of Marine Aviation is to attain and maintain combat readiness to support Expeditionary Maneuver Warfare while conserving resources. The standards established in this program are validated by subject matter experts to maximize combat capabilities for assigned Mission Essential Tasks (METs). These standards describe and define unit capabilities and requirements necessary to maintain proficiency in mission skills and combat leadership. Training events are based on specific requirements and performance standards to ensure a common base of training and depth of combat capability.

    101. CH-53E MISSION. Support the MAGTF Commander by providing assault support transport of heavy equipment, combat troops, and supplies, day or night under all weather conditions during expeditionary, joint, or combined operations.

    102. CH-53E TABLE OF ORGANIZATION (T/O). Refer to Table of Organization (T/O) 8960 managed by Total Force Structure, MCCDC, for current authorized organizational structure and personnel strength for CH-53E units. As of this publication date, CH-53E units are authorized:

    HMH CH-53E T/O#8960

    Squadron 16 Aircraft 38 Pilots

    26 Crew Chiefs 26 Aerial Observers/Aerial Gunners

    Squadron(-) 12 Aircraft 30 Pilots

    20 Crew Chiefs 20 Aerial Observers / Aerial Gunners

    Detachment 4 Aircraft 8 Pilots

    6 Crew Chiefs 6 Aerial Observers/Aerial Gunners

    Reserve Squadron 8 Aircraft 19 Pilots

    13 Crew Chiefs 13 Aerial Observers/Aerial Gunners

    HMH FRS 17 Aircraft

    24 Instructor Pilots 11 Crew Chief Instructors

    24 Crew Chiefs 24 Aerial Observers/Aerial Gunners

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    103. CH-53E SKILL ABBREVIATIONS. Shading indicates Core Plus/Mission Plus Skills.

    CORE SKILLS FAM/INST Familiarization / Instrument INT Internal Loading FORM Formation CAL Confined Area Landing TERF Terrain Flight EXT External Operations HAAR Aerial Refueling FCLP Field Carrier Landing Practice AG Aerial Gunnery XMAG XM-218 Aerial Gunnery GAUAG GAU-21 Aerial Gunnery AGC Aerial Gunnery Conversion XM-218 to GAU-21 GTR Ground Threat Reaction TAC Tactics NS HLL Night Systems High Light Level NS LLL Night Systems Low Light Level

    MISSION SKILLS EXP Expeditionary Operations Shore Based AT Assault Transport AD Aerial Delivery TRAP Tactical Recovery of Aircraft and Personnel AE Air Evacuation

    CORE PLUS SKILLS HIE Helicopter Insertion Extraction TERF EXT Terrain Flight External GTR Ground Threat Reaction DM Defensive Measures CBRN Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear MTG Moving Target Gunnery TG Tail Gunnery CQ Carrier Qualification TAC Tactics

    MISSION PLUS SKILLS RAID Raid Insertion/Extraction ADGR Aviation-Delivered Ground Refueling SEA Expeditionary Operations Sea Based

    104. CH-53E MISSION ESSENTIAL TASK LIST (METL) 1. Core METL. The METL is a list of specified tasks an HMH squadron is designed to perform. Core METs, standardized by type unit, are drawn from the Marine Corps Task List (MCTL) and are used for unit readiness. Core Plus METs are additional METs that are theater specific and/or have a low likelihood of occurrence. Core Plus METs may be included in readiness reporting when contained within an Assigned Mission METL. An Assigned Mission METL consists of only the selected MCTs (drawn from Core and Core Plus METs) necessary for that Assigned Mission. Core METL MCT 1.3.3.3.2 Conduct Aviation Operations From Expeditionary Shore-Based

    Sites MCT 1.3.4.1 Conduct Combat Assault Transport MCT 4.3.4 Conduct Air Delivery MCT 6.2.1.1 Conduct Aviation Support of Tactical Recovery of Aircraft and

    Personnel (TRAP) MCT 6.2.2 Conduct Air Evacuation Core Plus METs MCT 1.3.4.1.1 Conduct Airborne Rapid Insertion/Extraction MCT 1.3.4.2.1 Provide Aviation-Delivered Ground Refueling MCT 1.3.3.3.1 Conduct Aviation Operations From Expeditionary Sea-Based

    Sites

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    2. CH-53E MET Output Standards. The required level of performance an HMH Squadron/Squadron (-)/Detachment/Reserve Squadron must be capable of sustaining during contingency/combat operations by MET to be considered MET-ready. Output standards will be demonstrated through the incorporation of unit training events. A core capable CH-53E unit is able to sustain the number of sorties listed below on a daily basis during contingency/combat operations. The sortie rates are based on 1.5 hour average sortie duration and assumes > 70 percent FMC aircraft and > 90 percent T/O aircrew on hand. If unit FMC aircraft < 70 percent or T/O aircrew < 90 percent, core capability will be degraded by a like percentage. A core capable unit is able to accomplish all tasks designated in the unit METL from a main base, expeditionary base, or amphibious platforms.

    MET Output Standards CH-53E Squadron/Squadron (-)/Detachment/Reserve Squadron (16/12/4/8) Aircraft

    MCT MET

    OUTPUT STANDARD MAXIMUM DAILY

    SORTIES*

    MAXIMUM MCT

    SORTIES MCT 1.3.3.3.2 EXP

    Conduct Aviation Operations From Expeditionary Shore-Based Sites

    27/21/7/14

    27/21/7/10

    MCT 1.3.4.1 AT Conduct Combat Assault Transport 27/21/7/10

    MCT 4.3.4 AD Conduct Air Delivery 27/21/7/10

    MCT 6.2.1.1 TRAP

    Conduct Aviation Support of Tactical Recovery of Aircraft and Personnel (TRAP) 27/21/7/10

    MCT 6.2.2 AE Conduct Air Evacuation

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