Military Logbook conversion
At ConvertMyLogbook we have quite a bit of experience with converting military logbooks. We know there are a lot of different recommendations out there for how to do the civilian conversions but we prefer to stay conservative with our conversions. In all cases all military times are transferred to the logbook program with custom columns to keep the original times as written including Total Pilot Time, First Pilot, Co-Pilot, and A/C Commander. This is in addition to all fields found in a standard paper logbook conversion. We perform the civilian conversion as follows:
|Civilian Total Time||Greater of Total Pilot Time and A/C Commander|
|Civilian PIC||Total Pilot Time if A/C Commander, or First Pilot time if winged and not A/C Commander|
|Civilian SIC||Co-Pilot time if not A/C Commander|
|Civilian Dual Recieved||Total Pilot Time if not A/C Commander and not winged|
|Civilian Dual Given (on request only)||A/C Commander time if Kind of Flight Code starts with 1 and already winged|
Just like civilian conversions, an error report is provided, and approaches are transferred. For Navy logbooks, we transfer Arrests, Bolters, etc only if they are entered in the appropriate column in the paper logbook. If landings are entered in the Sea/Land column as F-2 or 1-5 they will not be separated. However, the Sea/Land column will be transcribed as written.