T-45A UJPT, E2-C2 INav-09
Complete APPROACHES Line 3
To complete the APPROACHES line, enter the total fuel required to execute a high altitude penetration,
approach, and landing, as recommended in your NATOPS manual. Normally fuel for only one approach is
required; however, be sure to include any planned "enroute delay" practice approaches en route to
Complete TOTAL Line 4
On the TOTAL line, enter (the sum of lines 1 through 3) your total planned fuel required from takeoff to
landing at your alternate (or your destination).
Complete RES Line 5
Fill in the reserve line by following the OPNAVINST 3710.7 reserve requirements of 10 percent of the total
planned fuel required from takeoff to landing or 20 minutes at 10,000 ft (maximum endurance), whichever
is greater. For the T-45, this fuel is always 300#, 20 minutes at 10,000 ft (maximum endurance).
Complete START/TAXI Line 6
Enter 200# total fuel required for starting, taxiing, and takeoff from your fuel card on the START/TAXI line.
Complete TOTAL REQUIRED Line 7
Next, compute your total planned fuel requirements from starting the engine to landing at your destination
or your alternate.
Complete TOTAL ABOARD Line 8
To complete the TOTAL ABOARD line, enter your prestart fuel load in pounds (from the TRAWING TWO
Complete SPARE FUEL Line 9
To figure your spare fuel, enter your total planned fuel on board after landing that exceeds the total
OPNAV flight planning requirements (total aboard line 8 minus total required, line 7).
Use Figure 22 to answer Question 7.
Question 7 -- 2.1.8
Using the data in Example A of Figure 22, what would you enter on the CLIMB/ROUTE DEST IAF
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