Download DA Form 759 Individual Flight Record and Flight Crew Certificate-Army (Flight Hours)
How to Fill out DA Form 759?
Procedural guidelines and additional information can be found in the Training Circular 3-04.11, Commander's Aviation Training and Standardization Program, released in September 2018. DA Form 759 instructions are as follows:
- Part I - Biography/Demographic - contains 12 boxes in total.
- The information required in Blocks 1 through 4 is copied from the current DA 759-1.
- Blocks 5 through 12 require personal identifying information about the soldier. This includes their date of birth, aviation service entry date, service branch, unit, component, military occupational specialty - or MOS - and their assigned duty position.
- Part II - Flight Hours - contains two sections.
- Section A - Qualifications - is a table with 14 columns. These columns require listing the names of aircraft systems, qualification dates, the dates of last flights, the total amount of flight hours and a number of aviation test results.
- Section B is for calculating total hours flown under different conditions. Block A is for Combat. Block B is for Imminent Danger. Block C is for Civilian RW (Rotary Wing). Block D is for Military RW. Block E is for Civilian FW (Fixed-wing). Block F is for Military FW. Block G is for Historical Hours. The total amount of hours is calculated and recorded in Block H.
- Part III - ATP - is for providing aircrew training program results. The ATP section requires the results of a series of different evaluations including the Maintenance Test Flight Evaluator (MTFE), FAC and others.
- Part IV - Remarks - can be used to provide any additional information.
DA 759 Related Forms
A soldier's IFRF - or Individual Flight Records Folder - is managed by the DA 759 and the following forms:
- DA Form 759-1, Individual Flight Record and Flight Certificate-Army (Aircraft Closeout) is a form used to record soldier's flight time by flying duty and condition for each aircraft or flight simulator during the closeout period.
- DA Form 759-2, Individual Flight Records and Flight Certificate-Army (Flying Hours Work Sheet) serves as a record of an aviator's flight hours. It can be used as both a temporary and consolidation worksheet.
- DA Form 759-3, Individual Flight Records and Flight Certificate-Army (Flight Pay Work Sheet) is a form used to keep soldier's flight records in order to set flight pay.
- DA Form 2408-12, Army Aviators Flight Records is a form located in an aircraft logbook and completed after each flight.
- DA Form 3513, Individual Flight Records Folder, United States Army is the folder in which all flight record forms are arranged at closeout.