T-45A UJPT & E2-C2 INav-06
Departure and Terminal Procedures
400 /1 1/2, the takeoff minimums would be
400 /1 1/2, not 300/1.
EXCEPTION: When a precision approach
compatible with installed and operable
aircraft equipment is available, with
published minimums less than 300/1,
takeoff is authorized provided the weather
is at least equal to the precision approach
minimums for the landing runway in use,
but in no case shall takeoff occur when the
weather is less than a 200-ft ceiling and 1/2
sm visibility/2,400 ft runway visual range
Independent of pilots' instrument ratings
Only when a valid requirement exists
Restricted to two aircraft's similar
performance whose military missions
require formation flying including essential
pilot training, Lead shall be on downwind
side and safe separation maintained
Weather must be equal to, or above
published circling minimums for runway in
use, if circling approach not authorized for
runway in use, formation takeoff minimums
must be at least VFR of 1,000/3
Question 2 -- 188.8.131.52
When is takeoff permitted with a ceiling of less
than 300 ft and visibility of less than 1 sm for a
standard instrument-rated pilot?
ANSWER: When a precision approach is available to
the runway in use with minimums of less than 300-1.
Absolute takeoff minimums are 200-1/2.