T-45A UJPT & E2-C2 INav-10
Flight Planning (En Route)
Figure 3 shows the first section of the DD Form 175.
The FAA assumes that all aircraft have VOR as their primary navigation means. Therefore, if the aircraft
VOR was inoperative, the T-45 would revert to a /P. However, if VOR and IFF were both inoperative, the
T-45 could revert to /M. DME indicates that the aircraft can receive VOR and the VOR DME at those
VOR stations that are not VORTACs but do have DME.
NOTE: Do not use a letter after the aircraft designation to denote the aircraft model. The aircraft model
could be confused for the transponder code.
Question 1 2.1.7
What three completed documents are you required to have in your possession before commenc-
ing any IFR flight?
Question 2 2.1.7
What document provides the TD codes that you will need in order to fill in the block, AIRCRAFT
DESG AND TD CODE?
Complete Section II
Figure 4 is a portion of the second section of the DD Form 175.
Figure 4: DD-175 SECTION II