T-45A UJPT & E2-C2 INav-02
Introduction to INav and Voice Procedures
Sg 3, fr 25: Arrival - Final
"El Paso Approach, Navy Bravo two
zero zero, final approach fix, gear
Sg 3, fr 25 Cont.: Audio & Audio
Text - Final Approach Fix
"Roger, Navy Bravo two zero zero.
Tower clears you to land, two six left,
wind two five zero at one zero.
Report field in sight."
"Navy Bravo two zero zero, Wilco."
Missed Approach in actual weather
NOTE: If a missed approach due to bad
Sg 3, fr 26: Missed Approach -
Actual Weather Conditions
weather is likely, consider filing a flight plan
to the alternate before penetrating. This
Sg 3, fr 26 Cont.: Audio & Audio
simplifies the workload during missed
Text - Actual Weather Conditions
approach. If a missed approach is made
for any reason, a missed approach call is
mandatory. The call consists of the
"[the reason for the missed approach]"
and "[your intentions]." If another
approach is desired, fuel and/or
weather permitting, another approach
is "your intentions."
If a decision has been made to divert to the
alternate, utilize the "DRAFT" report in
conjunction with the missed approach call.
The acronym, "DRAFT," is used to help
you recall, in sequence, the five essential
items needed to file an abbreviated flight
plan: Destination, Route of flight, Altitude,
Fuel remaining, and Time en route.