SECRETARY OF NATIONAL DEFENSE
A REGULATION of the Air Force's Military School of Air Enforcement.
On the sidelines a seal with the National Shield, which reads: United Mexican States.-Presidency of the Republic.
VICENTE FOX QUESADA, President of the United Mexican States, in exercise of the power conferred on me by Article 89, fraction I, of the Political Constitution of the United Mexican States, and based on Articles 13 and 29 of the Organic Law of the Federal Public Administration, and 3, 17, 122, 123 and 124 of the Mexican Army and Air Force Organic Law, I have had issue the following
AIR FORCE AEROTACTIC APPLICATION MILITARY SCHOOL REGULATION
TITLE FIRST OF General Provisions
Finality and Mission CHAPTER I
ARTICLE 1o.- This Regulation aims to establish the organization and operation of the Military School of Application Aerotactic Air Force.
ARTICLE 2o.- The Air Force's Military School of Aerotactic Application, is a Military Education establishment that has the mission to train and upgrade to the Air Force Airmen and Air Force officers, to serve as auxiliary or command advisors in corporation-type bodies.
Dependency CHAPTER II
ARTICLE 3o.- The Air Force's Military Air Enforcement School is dependent on the Army's High Command and Air Force through the General Directorate of Military Education and Rectory of the University of the Army and Air Force.
Objectives CHAPTER III
ARTICLE 4.- The Air Force's Military School of Air Enforcement has the following objectives:
I. Train the Airmen Pilots and Air Force Services officers to serve as members or advisors of the air unit command groups and as advisers to the Army's agencies in their affairs. competence;
II. Consolidate the military virtues that contribute to their professional improvement, reaffirming their military identity and strengthening their institutional convictions;
III. Encourage the staff of Air Force Airmen and Air Force officers to integrate and spirit their bodies, and
IV. Maintain and increase the technical and professional expertise of the specialty to which the personnel belong in instruction.
ARTICLE 5o.- To meet the objectives of the school, the Application Course and Tactical Training and those determined by the High Command of the Army and Air Force are taught.
Organization SECOND TITLE
ARTICLE 6o.- The Air Force's Military School of Air Enforcement will be constituted in accordance with its corresponding organic plan, with its integration subject to the availability of budget resources.
ARTICLE 7o.- For its operation, the Air Force Military School of Aerotactic Application will be integrated with the following organs:
III. Pedagogical Section:
B. Subsection of Plans and Programs;
C. Subsection of Statistics and Evaluation, and
D. Psychopedagogical Subsection.
IV. Academic Section:
B. Subsection of Academic Control and Didactic Resources;
C. Subsection of Cultural Broadcast and Public Relations, and
D. Body of Instructors.
V. Flight Section:
B. Operational Subsection, and
C. Administrative Subsection.
VI. General Help:
B. Sub-aid, and
C. Subsection of General Services and Transport.
VII. Administrative Section:
B. Human Resources Subsection;
C. Sub-section of Materials Resources;
D. Accounting Subsection;
E. Computer, File, and Mapping Subsection, and
F. Link Group.
VIII. Section for Maintenance and Supply of Air and Belic Air Force Equipment:
C. Technical Subsection;
D. Air Material Maintenance Subsection;
E. Electronic Air Maintenance Subsection;
F. Sub-section of Air Material Supply;
G. Air Force Belic Material Subsection, and
H. Subsection of Survival Equipment.
ARTICLE 8o.- In addition to the organs mentioned in the previous article, a Technical Advisory Board will be set up, with the purpose of and to advise the Director of the Air Force's Military School of Air Enforcement on academic and pedagogical problems, as well as an Air Accident Investigator Committee, with the purpose of assisting the Director in the investigation of incidents and air accidents that are recorded in the squad.
ARTICLE 9o.- The functions of each of the organs referred to in Articles 7o. and 8., shall be subject to the provisions of this Regulation.
TITLE THIRD of Functions
Address CHAPTER I
ARTICLE 10.- The Directorate is the governing body of the Air Force Military School of Air Force in charge of a Colonel of Air Force Pilot Aviator, Air Staff Diplomat, appointed by the High Command of the Army and Air Force, to whom is called Director.
ARTICLE 11.- The Director has the responsibilities and responsibilities for a Troop Corps Commander, in accordance with the provisions of military laws and regulations, and the following:
I. Represent the Air Force's Military School of Air Enforcement;
II. Enforce the guidelines set out in the General Plan of Military Education, in the relevant part;
III. Manage the human and material resources made available to you;
IV. Propose to the General Directorate of Military Education and Rectory of the University of the Army and Air Force, the plans and programs of study of the courses that are taught in the team, as well as the creation of other courses;
V. To render to the Military and Rectory Directorate General of Military and Air Force University, the report of activities at the end of each school year and course;
VI. Disseminate, encourage and maintain the unity of military doctrine in the team;
VII. Perform the assessment of the capabilities and functioning of the school's organs;
VIII. Convene the Technical Advisory Board and the Air Accident Investigator Committee;
IX. Propose to the General Directorate of Military Education and Rectory of the University of the Army and Air Force, the reforms to the Manual of Organization and Operation of the Staff when applicable;
X. Confer the positions of the academic, administrative and plant personnel, except those designated by the High Command;
XI. To disseminate the content of this Regulation and the Organization and Functioning Manual, to all staff members of the staff, as well as to monitor their compliance;
XII. Propose and review the high, low, and staff changes of the staff;
XIII. Propose to the staff of the staff to be awarded to rewards, prizes and diplomas;
XIV. Permanently monitor the welfare of the staff of the staff, promoting the development of activities to raise their morale, and addressing their personal problems and those of their successors;
XV. Promote the affiliation of the staff of the staff to the Social Security Institute for the Mexican Armed Forces, in accordance with the applicable provisions;
XVI. Consolidate and propose to the General Directorate of Military Education and Rectory of the University of the Army and Air Force, the draft budget;
XVII. Convene the Council of Honour;
XVIII. Sign the official documentation that is generated for the academic and administrative activities of the staff;
XIX. Monitor the activities that are performed in the team, and
XX. Others assigned to you by superiority.
CHAPTER II From Subdirection
ARTICLE 12.- The Deputy Director of the Military Air Force School of Air Force, is a management body of the Air Force and is in charge of a Lieutenant Colonel of Air Force Pilot Aviator, Air Staff Diplomat, appointed by the High Command of the Army and Air Force, referred to as Subdirector.
ARTICLE 13.- The Deputy Director has the responsibilities and responsibilities for a Second Troop Corps Commander, in accordance with the provisions of the military laws and regulations, and the following:
I. Supply the Director in the performance of his/her duties during his/her temporary absences;
II. Perform as Head of Studies;
III. Chair the Technical Advisory Board and the Air Accident Investigator Committee;
IV. Coordinate and monitor the activities of the various subordinate bodies;
V. Review and submit to the Director's consideration the plans and programmes of studies, as well as those of practices and visits, monitoring their implementation;
VI. To supervise the implementation of the directives on education in the field of superiority;
VII. Coordinate training and updating programs in education by academic or teaching staff;
VIII. Evaluate the academic activities of the team and propose to the Director the measures to improve their performance;
IX. Coordinate and monitor the development and ongoing updating of the School Organization and Operation Manual;
X. Coordinate and consolidate the reports of the school's constituent bodies, to be presented to the Director;
XI. Recommend changes in the organization and operation of the staff;
XII. Coordinate the development and consolidation of the school's draft budget, to be presented to the Director;
XIII. Convene coordination meetings with staff teaching staff;
XIV. Coordinate and monitor the planning, execution and evaluation of the teaching-learning process and all kinds of cultural and military events involving plant and instruction personnel;
XV. Propose the appointment of full and assistant teachers;
XVI. Coordinate the development of the documentation that is generated for the pedagogical, academic and graduation activities, as well as their certification;
XVII. Chair the Internal Committee responsible for drawing up the institutional evaluation of the staff, and
XVIII. The others assigned to you by the Director of the staff.
From the Pedagogical Section
ARTICLE 14.- The Pedagogical Section is the educational planning and evaluation body, in charge of an Air Force Major Pilot Aviator, Air Staff Diplomat, who is called the Head of the Pedagogical Section, who must have a teaching experience or academic.
ARTICLE 15.- The Head of the Pedagogical Section has the following responsibilities and responsibilities:
I. Plan, coordinate and supervise the pedagogical activities of the staff;
II. Formulate, review and update the overall curricula and programs, as well as the practices and socio-cultural visits of the staff;
III. Select and recommend the most appropriate teaching methods and techniques, making for the effect a permanent educational research that ensures their updating and feasibility;
IV. Propose to the Director:
A. The adjustments and amendments to the General Plan of Military Education in matters of its competence;
B. The program of psychopedagogical activities, verifying its development;
C. Innovations related to the educational process, considering practical, real and objective aspects supported by the experience;
D. Adjustments or modifications to the organization and functions of the staff, and
E. The comprehensive development of courses in the specialties that are taught.
V. Evaluate the results of the teaching-learning process and propose measures to improve the performance of teaching staff and instruction;
VI. Generate the statistical information of the team;
VII. Develop the project of the school's school calendar;
VIII. Monitor the timely development of the documentation that corresponds to the term of each course;
IX. Formulate the section reports;
X. Coordinate their activities with the other organs of the staff;
XI. Plan, coordinate, and perform research and update activities on Air Military Doctrine;
XII. Develop and update military literature and other documents related to military education;
XIII. Coordinate the educational, cultural and doctrinal aspects of the staff;
XIV. Develop and disseminate authorized military doctrine with the available means, in coordination with the Academic Section;
XV. Concentrate, process and publish the qualifications of the staff in instruction;
XVI. Integrate the pedagogical groups, in accordance with the directives that they receive from the superiority;
XVII. Propose teacher training programs and monitor their proper development;
XVIII. Coordinate with the Team's Flight Section, methods to classify flight instructor personnel, and organize the different flight training squats;
XIX. Propose the acquisition of bibliography according to the military, scientific and technological advancement and with the needs of the staff;
XX. Carry the psychological follow-up of the staff in instruction;
XXI. Control the pedagogical file;
XXII. Carry the professional follow-up of alumni of the team;
XXIII. Propose the creation of new courses in line with the needs of the Air Force;
XXIV. Monitor and report the programmatic progress of the courses taught in the team;
XXV. Control the approved and retested statistics;
XXVI. Keep track records and count of academic and subject faults retested by the personnel in instruction and make them known to the affected staff periodically;
XXVII. Carry out academic activities for the recovery of retested personnel through a program that will be applied in non-working hours;
XXVIII. Propose the provision of stimuli for outstanding staff in pedagogical activities;
XXIX. Plan, coordinate and conduct admission activities to the team, and
XXX. The others assigned to you by the Director of the staff.
Academic Section Chapter IV
ARTICLE 16.- The Academic Section is the organ of control, execution and materialization of the plans and programs of study, in charge of a Air Force Major, Air Staff Diplomat, who is known as the Head of the Academic Section, who will also have teaching or academic experience.
ARTICLE 17.- The Head of the Academic Section has the following responsibilities and responsibilities:
I. Plan, coordinate and supervise the academic activities that are developed in the team;
II. Coordinate and monitor the development of general and study plans and programs and propose their updating;
III. Propose, coordinate and monitor the development of refresher courses for teaching staff;
IV. Coordinate and monitor the formulation of assessment instruments, and verify their implementation;
V. Monitor the application of the monthly and weekly time distribution;
VI. Coordinate and control the teaching staff of the staff;
VII. Track the socio-cultural program of the team and verify its compliance;
VIII. Monitor the programmatic progress of the different courses taught in the team;
IX. Coordinate and supervise the implementation of the Physical Education and Sports Directive in the field;
X. Propose the implementation of coordination meetings with teaching and academic staff;
XI. Formulate the section reports;
XII. Coordinate their activities with the other organs of the staff;
XIII. Control and coordinate the forms of employment, the implementation and maintenance of the teaching support resources in the staff;
XIV. Recommend the acquisition of teaching support resources in line with scientific and technological advances and the needs of the school;
XV. Control, coordinate and supervise the proper use of different laboratories and workshops;
XVI. Monitor that the teaching staff of the teaching staff of the relevant subject and in their absences, the teaching staff, are carried out by the teaching staff;
XVII. Monitor the development of teacher training programs;
XVIII. Coordinate and supervise the academic activities of personnel in instruction;
XIX. Propose to the teaching staff that they should cause high in the staff;
XX. Coordinate conferences on topics of professional interest to officers in instruction;
XXI. Propose to the teaching staff that a creditor be made to receive some reward, and
XXII. The others assigned to you by the Director of the staff.
Flights Section V CHAPTER
ARTICLE 18.- The Air Force's Air Force Military School's Flight Section is the body responsible for preparing, applying and evaluating flight training programs that are delivered to the team, by a Major Air Force. Pilot Aviator, who is called the Head of the Flight Section, who will also have experience as a flight instructor.
ARTICLE 19.- The Head of the Flight Section has the following privileges and responsibilities:
I. Supply in their temporary absences to the Subdirector of the staff;
II. Plan, conduct and evaluate the flight training in its different phases to the staff in instruction and flight instructors of the staff;
III. Monitor the implementation of directives and procedures for the execution and safety of flights;
IV. Propose methods to improve the teaching-learning process of flights in the school;
V. In coordination with the pedagogical section and the relevant squad commander, determine the organisation of the different flight training squats;
VI. Develop the documentation that is generated for the activities related to the training of flight in the staff;
VII. Develop the different flight schedules, monitoring their application;
VIII. Formulate the section reports;
IX. Coordinate their activities with the other organs of the staff, and
X. The others assigned to you by the Director of the staff.
CHAPTER VI Of The General Help
ARTICLE 20.- The General Assistance of the Military Air Force School of Air Force is the body responsible for meeting the needs of the internal life of the team, in charge of an Air Force Major, who is called Adjutant General.
ARTICLE 21.- The Assistant General has the following attributions and responsibilities:
I. The corresponding to an Assistant and a Head of Instruction of a Troop Body, with respect to the staff of the school plant;
II. Monitor compliance with the different orders that the superiority issues with respect to the service, internal regime and maintenance and conservation of the facility;
III. Monitor and monitor the activities performed by the staff of the school's technical, administrative and general services;
IV. Develop, implement, evaluate and monitor the training programs of staff belonging to the school plant;
V. Develop and implement the school's Safety and Defense Plan and the others that are needed;
VI. Control the vehicles of charge in the staff, as well as coordinate and supervise their maintenance and the preparation of the documentation related to them;
VII. Control the school's weapons and ammunition depot;
VIII. Coordinate, monitor and monitor the implementation of the staff holiday role belonging to the school plant, in accordance with the directives on the particular issue of superiority;
IX. Serve as a real estate controller and apply preventive and corrective maintenance programs for the facility facilities;
X. Coordinate your activities with the other organs of the school;
XI. Formulate the reports of your competence;
XII. Appoint the commissions to represent the school, in accordance with the directives issued;
XIII. Organize and supervise traffic circulation and control within the team;
XIV. Participate in the elaboration of the draft annual budget of the team, in the field of its competence, and
XV. The others assigned to you by the Director of the staff.
Administrative Section Chapter VII
ARTICLE 22.- The Administrative Section of the Military School of Air Force Air Force, is the administrative support organ of the team, in charge of a Major Air Force Air Force Air Force, who is called Section Chief Administrative.
ARTICLE 23.- The Head of the Administrative Section has the following responsibilities and responsibilities:
I. Develop and process the documentation that is generated by the movement of personnel belonging to the staff;
II. Maintain complete and up-to-date staff records pertaining to the staff;
III. Develop documentation related to the furniture, weapons, ammunition, costumes, equipment and cargo flight material in the team;
IV. Perform as a controller of charge furniture in the school;
V. Develop and process the accounting documentation of the staff;
VI. Coordinate and monitor the receipt, sorting, recording, distribution, and archiving of documentation and correspondence;
VII. Control the overall file of the team;
VIII. Prepare the draft annual budget of the staff;
IX. Develop the Monthly Administrative Inspection Journal and supplementary documentation files;
X. Control the dressing room and team of the staff;
XI. Develop and process the Take Action Sheets, Honor Council Acts, Certificates of Conduct and Memorial of Staff Services;
XII. Formulate the reports of your competence;
XIII. Coordinate the functions of the Administrative Section with the other organs of the staff;
XIV. Prepare and process documentation related to the membership of the staff of the Military Social Security Institute for the Mexican Armed Forces, in accordance with the applicable provisions;
XV. Formulate force states and ration ballots;
XVI. Control the use and operation of the IT assets of the staff;
XVII. Receive, process and dispatch the official and private correspondence of the Directorate;
XVIII. Attend to the official affairs of the Directorate, and
XIX. The others assigned to you by the Director of the staff.
Chapter VIII of the Air Force Maintenance and Supply Maintenance Section
ARTICLE 24.- The Air Force Maintenance and Supply Section of the Air Force Air Force of the Air Force Military School of Air Force, is the body responsible for the maintenance of air, electronic and military equipment. Air and the supply of cargo in the squad. He will be under the responsibility of a Major Air Force Air Maintenance Specialist, who is known as the Chief of the Air Force Maintenance and Supply Section and Air Force Belic.
ARTICLE 25.- The Head of the Air Force Maintenance and Supply Section and Air Force Belico has the following responsibilities and responsibilities:
I. Apply maintenance programs for Air Force Air Force and Air Force in the squad;
II. Coordinate and monitor the artition of the cargo flight material in the staff;
III. Control and record the working hours of the flight material;
IV. Issue opinions related to the operation of the flight material;
V. Develop and process the documentation that is generated for the maintenance and supply of Air Force air and war equipment;
VI. Control the technical bibliography related to Air Force Air Force flight and war material;
VII. Develop reports on the consumption of aviation fuels and lubricants;
VIII. Control the tanks of technical supplies and military equipment of the Air Force of the staff;
IX. Deal with requests for supplies from your competition;
X. Prepare the reports of consumption of Air Force technical supplies monthly, updating the corresponding graphs;
XI. Formulate the section reports;
XII. Coordinate their activities with the other organs of the staff, and
XIII. The other that are assigned to you by the Director of the team.
FOURTH TITLE of the Technical-Consultative Board and the Air Accident Investigator Committee
CHAPTER I Technical-Consultative Board
ARTICLE 26.- The Technical-Consultative Board of the Military School of Air Force Air Force is the collegiate body that aims to advise on pedagogical and academic matters to the Director and integrates with:
A. Head of the Flight Section;
B. Head of the Pedagogical Section, and
C. Head of the Academic Section.
III. Secretary, who will be the lowest-age vowel or hierarchy.
ARTICLE 27.- The members of the Technical Advisory Board shall be replaced by a Head of Subsection of the relevant Section.
ARTICLE 28.- In special cases the Technical Advisory Board may use other sources of advice.
ARTICLE 29.- The responsibilities and responsibilities of the Technical Advisory Board are:
I. Analyze and propose solutions to problems of a pedagogical and academic nature that arise in the team;
II. Analyze the overall plans and programs and study of the staff, and recommend to the Director of the same changes;
III. Recommend to the Director of the team the necessary changes to the Manual of Organization and Operation of the staff;
IV. Evaluate the performance of academic, teaching and instructional staff;
V. Analyze the results of the pedagogical evaluation, to improve the level of teaching-learning;
VI. To propose to the managerial, academic, teaching and instructional staff, that the creditor should receive some reward;
VII. Receive in-hearing staff in instruction who have been ruled out of the squad for academic reasons, and
VIII. Those in pedagogical and academic matters will be assigned by the Director of the team.
CHAPTER II Of The Air Accident Investigator Committee
ARTICLE 30.- The Air Accident Investigator Committee of the Air Force Military School of Air Force (Air Force) integrates with:
A. Head of the Flight Section, and
B. Head of the Air Force Maintenance and Supply Section and Air Force Belic.
III. Secretary, who will be the least-hierarchy and seniority vowel.
ARTICLE 31.- The Vowels of the Air Accident Investigator Committee, will be supplied in their absences by a Section Subsection Chief and the Chief Operating Subsection, respectively.
ARTICLE 32.- The functions of the Air Accident Investigator Committee are:
I. Investigate the causes of incidents and air accidents that are recorded as a result of flights performed in the staff;
II. Issue technical reports of their competence;
III. Propose to the Director preventive measures aimed at avoiding incidents and air accidents;
IV. To keep track and record of air incidents and incidents of air operations conducted by the school, and
V. The other s that are assigned by the Director on flights.
FIFTH TITLE of Staff
Classification I CHAPTER I
ARTICLE 33.- Staff at the Air Force Military Air Enforcement School, are classified as follows:
A. Director, and
B. Deputy Director.
A. Heads of the Pedagogical, Academic And Flight Sections;
B. Heads of the Subsections of the Pedagogical, Academic And Flight Sections.
a. Teachers, and
III. In Instruction:
Officers in Instruction.
C. Head of the Administrative Section;
D. Head of the Air Force Maintenance and Supply Section and Air Force Belico, and
E. Heads of the Subsections of the Administrative and Maintenance Sections and Supply Air and Air Force Equipment.
V. From the Services:
Personnel of technical, administrative and general services and any other included in the above fractions.
CHAPTER II Of Teaching Staff
ARTICLE 34.- The teaching staff is responsible for the teaching-learning process of the subjects in charge, and has the responsibilities and responsibilities that are established by the military laws and regulations for their hierarchy, as prescribed in the present Regulation and in the provisions of superiority. This staff can be a teacher or instructor.
ARTICLE 35.- It is a professor, the military or civilian, who holds the position of a holder or deputy, permanent teaching or knowledge transfer, prior to accreditation of the professional title which guarantees the domain of the subject imparting.
ARTICLE 36.- It is the military instructor who entrusts the imparting of knowledge on matters that require skill, skill or skill and that accredits to the Academic Section the knowledge that will be imparted.
Staff CHAPTER III In Instruction
ARTICLE 37.- The Airmen Pilots and Services officers conducting studies at the Air Force's Military School of Air Enforcement receive the designation of Officers in Instruction.
ARTICLE 38.- The military of foreign nationality entering the Military School of Air Force Air Force to carry out studies, will do so as grantees and will be governed during their stay in it, as established in the Law Organic Army and Mexican Air Force in the applicable parts and in this Regulation. Such personnel shall not be subject to the war-like jurisdiction, which includes faults and crimes against military discipline, in each case, as determined by the Secretariat of National Defense.
ARTICLE 39.- Staff in instruction, in addition to the provisions of the military legislation and applicable provisions issued by the Secretariat National Defense has the following responsibilities and responsibilities:
I. Attend the activities that point to the respective time distributions on time;
II. Abide by established academic provisions;
III. Participate in the scheduled official activities;
IV. Perform the services and commissions inherent in your hierarchy, and
V. To know and observe the content of this Regulation in the relevant parts.
ARTICLE 40.- The instruction staff who enter the staff, will integrate an age that will be designated with a consecutive number, followed by the name of the course you perform.
ARTICLE 41.- The personnel in instruction of the Military School of Air Force Air Force, will have as standard in all acts of the service and in their activities in the civil and family life, their loyalty to the institutions, the exact fulfillment to the word bent, the permanent study and overcoming, the value, the discipline, the good behavior and the discretion, so it will put all its attention, will and effort to fulfill these precepts.
ARTICLE 42.- The management, academic, military faculty, officers in instruction, administrative and services personnel belonging to the Air Force Military School of Air Force, is subject to the provisions of the laws and regulations. military and in the provisions of superiority.
SIXTH TITLE of Admission
ARTICLE 43.- The process of admission to the Air Force's Military School of Air Enforcement will be carried out on the basis of the provisions issued by the Secretariat of National Defense.
ARTICLE 44.- It is the faculty of the High Command of the Army and Air Force to authorize the entry of foreign personnel into the Military School of Air Force Air Force, at the request of the government of his country to Mexico through the Secretariat of National Defense, to carry out the studies and obtain the corresponding accreditation.
SEVENTH TITLE of the Teaching-Learning Process
CHAPTER I Of Generalities
ARTICLE 45.- The courses that are taught at the Air Force Military School of Application will be conducted through the teaching-learning process in its three phases: planning, execution and evaluation.
Planning Chapter II
ARTICLE 46.- The didactic planning is the set of actions that allow the structure, design and sequence of the process to be established teaching-learning in order to organize, systematize, direct, evaluate and, if necessary, modify it to achieve the objectives prescribed in the plans and programs of study of the staff.
Execution CHAPTER III
ARTICLE 47.- The execution of the teaching aims to develop the content of the plans and programs of study through the interaction of teaching staff and instruction.
CHAPTER IV Of The Assessment
ARTICLE 48.- The purpose of the academic assessment is to verify the level of utilization of the staff in the teaching-learning process, as well as the efficiency of the teaching staff, plans and programs of study.
ARTICLE 49.- The teaching staff will assess the staff in instruction through:
I. The appreciation of the knowledge and skills acquired through their participation in classes, as well as their performance in the exercises, practical work and flight sessions where appropriate, and
II. The application of various exams.
ARTICLE 50.- The exams that apply at the Air Force Military School of Air Enforcement are:
Are those who perform the training staff to check their degree of use in one or more parts of the syllabus of any subject during the course corresponding.
II. Ordinary End:
This applies to all staff in instruction at the end of the corresponding subject and covers the entire program.
It is the one that applies to the staff in instruction, whose final qualification of the subject is less than the one stipulated in 53 and calculated according to the Article 54 of this Regulation.
ARTICLE 51.- The examinations mentioned in the previous article may be:
III. Practical, or
IV. A combination of the above.
ARTICLE 52.- To qualify all exams, the numerical scale of ZERO will be used to DIEZ points, including decimals.
ARTICLE 53.- The minimum approval rating will be SIX POINTS for common subjects and SEVEN POINTS for technical-professional matters.
ARTICLE 54.-The final rating of each subject will be integrated as follows: ratings of the evaluations partial shall be averaged with the qualification of the regular final examination.
ARTICLE 55.- The qualification obtained in an extraordinary examination will be settled in the record of qualifications with the annotation OBTAINED IN EXTRAORDINARY EXAMINATION, excluding the staff in instruction to obtain some academic prize.
ARTICLE 56.- Staff in instruction using fraudulent means to resolve an exam will be suspended from the exam and qualified with ZERO points.
EIGHTH TITLE of the Fhighs, Boxes, and Rerevenue
CHAPTER I Academic Assistance Fhighs
ARTICLE 57.- They are faults of academic attendance, absences of the staff in instruction to any academic, theoretical or practice; may be justified or unjustified.
ARTICLE 58.- These are justified errors, the absences of the staff in instruction that are due to service commissions, health reasons, problems of a legal nature and those that the Director of the staff considers as such.
ARTICLE 59.- These are unjustified misconduct, the absences of the personnel in instruction that are not included in the previous article.
ARTICLE 60.- The lack of academic attendance will be computed by reason of a lack for each inattendance at a class session of any matter. Unjustified and justified errors shall be cumulative, except for reasons of service.
CHAPTER II Of The Boxes
ARTICLE 61.- Low causals of the Air Force's Military School of Air Enforcement for personnel in instruction, the following:
I. Have successfully completed your studies;
II. Re-test three partial exams in one subject;
III. Reprove a total of five or more partial examinations of different subjects over the course of the course lasting one semester or less;
IV. Re-test one or more extraordinary exams;
V. To be found in one of the causals of the lower established in the Mexican Army and Air Force Organic Law;
VI. For futility, according to the Anexas Tables of the Law of the Social Security Institute for the Mexican Armed Forces;
VII. For foreign scholarship staff, unjustifiably miss their academic duties for three consecutive days;
VIII. At the request of the person concerned, which is accepted by superiority;
IX. Accumulate five unjustified faults in the set of subjects;
X. Acquire another nationality;
XI. Because you are subject to processing in the war fuel, in the common or federal order;
XII. Accumulate over the course of the course lasting one semester or less, 25 justified faults in the subject set, and
XIII. Accumulate 15 days of arrest, upon determination of misconduct by the Council of Honour.
ARTICLE 62.- The staff in instruction that will cause the staff to leave, will join the body that belongs as soon as this situation is communicated to you.
ARTICLE 63.- To the staff in instruction who for any reason will be discharged from the staff, will be notified in advance in writing this circumstance, making you know the reasons and legal bases and granting you a term of 15 calendar days, from the date on which it is notified, to the effect that it expresses what is appropriate to its interests in particular.
CHAPTER III Of Rerevenue
ARTICLE 64.- For the purposes of this Regulation it is considered as re-entry, the act by which the personnel in instruction who have caused discharge of a course that is taught in the Military School of Air Force Air Force, is admitted again to continue, upon request of the person concerned, the course must be completed in full, no matter what progress has been made before being discharged.
TITLE NINTH of Certificates, Awards, and Rewards
CHAPTER I Certificates
ARTICLE 65.- The staff in National and Foreign education who successfully complete their studies will receive Certificate of Studies and Flag Gafete from the course you have completed.
Awards and Rewards CHAPTER II
ARTICLE 66.- The Awards and Rewards that are given to the staff in instruction for the use in their studies are as follows:
I. Prize of First, Second or Third place to those who obtain the three highest averages of the course. These prizes will only be awarded when the averages obtained are EIGHT POINT FIVE points or higher;
II. Appear in the Honor Box in the following month: to which you have obtained an average of NUEVE points of qualification or higher;
III. Others to be determined by the Board of Directors, the General Directorate of Military Education and Rectory of the University of the Army and Air Force or the Secretariat of National Defense.
TENTH TITLE of Complementary Provisions
ARTICLE 67.- The arrests that are imposed on the personnel in instruction will be graduated by the Director of the Military School of Air Force Enforcement, as established in the military legislation and will be fulfilled from the moment when the staff concerned is notified of the disciplinary corrective action.
ARTICLE 68.- Staff in instruction using fraudulent means in the resolution of any examination, in addition to the academic sanction provided for in Article 56 of this Regulation, the corresponding disciplinary corrective shall be imposed.
ARTICLE 69.- Staff in instruction which has a hierarchical level equal to or higher than that of the teacher, must keep the considerations that for their quality and commission deserve.
FIRST.- This Regulation shall enter into force on the day following its publication in the Official Journal of the Federation.
SECOND.- The Secretariat of National Defense shall address its approved budget with the actions resulting from this Regulation.
Given at the Federal Executive Branch, in Mexico City, Federal District, at the twenty-seventh day of August of two thousand four.- Vicente Fox Quesada.-Heading.-The Secretary of Defense National, Gerardo Clemente Ricardo Vega García.-Heading.