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Hello,

I have noticed that the qualifications of the lso are too optimistic. I have made 5 consecutive pass on Case I and all the hitches have been _ok_, even with low and high glideslopes, deviated to the right and left.

 

By definition, a _ok_ pass is a perfect pass, in extraordinary conditions, such as a mechanical failure or extreme weather conditions, without losing the glide slope, or the need to make corrections. My 5 landings were, at mo usps tracking st, (ok), with small deviations. Even on a perfect pass with good weather and visibility, the rating should be ok.

 

I write you the definition of perfect pass according to the US Navy:

 

  • "OK Underline" – a perfect pass, generally under unfav showboxorable circumstances. Naval Aviators often have hundreds of carrier landings without ever receiving this grade. Worth 5 points.  showbox

thank you.


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