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CNATRAINST 1542.157
16 January 2004
Block
Media
Title
Events
Hrs
H/X
N52
T-39
Visual Navigation
3
4.5
1.5
T-1
1.
Prerequisite.
I5201.
2.
Syllabus Notes
a.  Flight shall be conducted at 500 feet AGL or as assigned
by a published Visual Route IAW AP/1B.  Plan to terminate with a
precise ETA by using speed and heading adjustments and visual
references from a chart to arrive on target on time.
b.  N5201
should be a local sortie.  N5202 and N5203 may be
local sorties
or combined with an event as an out-and-in or
cross-country
sortie.  N5390 may be combined with an event as an
out-and-in or
cross-country sortie.
c.  Students shall prepare and have available a DD 175, a
jet card, weather, NOTAMs, and an appropriate low-level
navigation chart.
d.  On N5201, the instructor shall demonstrate the low-level
portion of the briefing and the first leg of the low-level,
beginning two minutes prior to entry through the wings-level
call after the second turnpoint.
3.
Special Syllabus Requirements.
None.
4.
Discuss Items
N5201
VFR chart interpretation and symbology, emergency field
selection, airspace classification, wind consideration,
intermediate checkpoint selection, scan, time and course
corrections, turnpoint procedures, route abort procedures,
and any EP.
N5202
Any EP, review low-level procedures as necessary.
N5203
Any EP, review low-level procedures as necessary.
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