UJPT, E2-C2, ADV, & IUT RIFP-01
Introduction to Radio Instruments
Remain clean until 30-second call
Transition to landing configuration speed brakes retracted
and adjust for optimum AOA
NOTE: Due to the reduced distance/time from glidepath
intercept to the runway, establish proper on-speed descent
rate as expeditiously as possible.
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* Safety/emergency procedures
- Partial panel approaches
- Minimum fuel/emergency fuel
- Emergency oil instrument approach
- NAVAID failure
Emergency oil instrument approach 220.127.116.11.1
NOTE: The emergency oil instrument approach, like the emergency
fuel instrument approach, is designed to get you on the deck without
Set power to 86-88% rpm.
NOTE: 88% should be used with extreme flying conditions
such as high elevations or hot summer days.
If outside the GCA box pattern - maintain 200 KIAS to 250 KIAS
(use speed brakes as necessary)
NOTE: Do not exceed 300 KIAS.
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