Purpose: The aircrew training manual (ATM) standardizes aircrew training programs and flight evaluation procedures. This manual provides specific guidelines for executing UH-1H/V aircrew training. It is based on the battle-focused training principles outlined in FM 7-1. This ATM establishes crewmember qualification standards; refresher, mission, and continuation training requirements; and evaluation requirements. This manual applies to all UH-1H/V series crewmembers and their commanders. This is not a stand-alone document. All of the requirements of AR 600-105, AR 600-106, AR 95-1, NGR 95-210, and TC 1-210,must be met. If differences exist between the maneuver descriptions in TM 1-1520-210-10 and this manual, this manual is the governing authority for training and flight evaluation purposes only. TM 1-1520-210-10 is the governing authority for operation of the aircraft. Implementation of this manual conforms to AR 95-1 and TC 1-210. If a conflict exists between this manual and TC 1-210, the commander determines, based upon the requirement and the unit’s mission, which manual takes precedence. This manual (in conjunction with the ARs and TC 1-210) will help aviation commanders at all levels develop a comprehensive aircrew training program. By using the ATM, commanders ensure that individual crewmember and aircrew proficiency is commensurate with their unit’s mission and that aircrews routinely employ standard techniques and procedures. Crewmembers will use this manual as a “how to” source for performing crewmember duties. It provides performance standards and evaluation guidelines so crewmembers know the level of performance expected. Each task has a description that outlines steps for performing the task to meet the standard. Standardization officers, evaluators, and unit trainers will use this manual and TC 1-210 as the primary tools to assist the commander in developing and implementing the aircrew training program. This manual applies to the Active Army, the Army National Guard (ARNG)/the Army National Guard of the United States (ARNGUS), and the U.S. Army Reserve (USAR) unless otherwise stated. The proponent of this publication is the United States Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC). Send comments and recommendations on DA Form 2028 (Recommended Changes to Publications and Blank Forms) through the aviation unit commander to Commander, U.S. Army Aviation Center, ATTN: ATZQ-ES (UH-1 Branch), Building 4503, Kingsman Avenue, Fort Rucker, AL 36362-5263. Recommended changes may also be e-mailed to ATZQES@rucker.army.mil. This publication implements portions of STANAG 3114 (Edition Seven). This publication has been reviewed for operations security considerations.