T-45A UJPT & E2-C2 INav-02
Introduction to INav and Voice Procedures
"Navy Bravo two zero zero, left heading
two five zero, radar vector FANNY.
Leaving flight level three one zero,
descending to one seven thousand.
Switching El Paso Approach, three five
three point five."
NOTE: Prior to contacting Approach
Control, the pilot should have copied ATIS
for weather and field information. The
initial contact with Approach Control will
include: the aircraft identification, altitude,
ATIS letter identifier, and request. Location
would also be included if not on a published
route. This information expedites recovery
from the MOAs.
Prior to transmitting a request, an
abbreviated courtesy call is appropriate to
ensure the approach controller is ready to
copy your full report.
Sg 3, fr 15, p3: Audio Text -
Approach Control (Initial
"El Paso Approach, Navy Bravo two zero
zero, descending flight level two eight zero
for one seven thousand."
"Navy Bravo two zero zero, El Paso
Approach, go ahead."
"Navy Bravo two zero zero, on the Wink,
two five zero at six one with LIMA. Request
TACAN two six left approach."