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T-45C TS INav-05
TACAN/VOR Navigation and Holding Procedures
d. Turn aircraft to the intercept heading
e. Maintain intercept heading until lead point is reached
f. Complete intercept
5. 45-degree outbound radial intercept
a. Tune and identify station
b. Set desired course in course selection window
c. Look from tail of the bearing pointer used to desired
course and 45 degrees beyond to determine
intercept heading
d. Turn aircraft to the intercept heading
e. Maintain intercept heading until lead point is reached
f. Complete intercept
COMMON ERROR: Looking from the desired
course to the tail of the bearing pointer and 45
degrees beyond to determine the intercept heading.
B. TACAN 2.7.7.3.3.1
1. Lead point calculations (LPC)
Fig 1: Lead Point
Identifier
a. Approximately 1 percent of ground speed for a
90-degree intercept
NOTE: When ground speed is not available,
approximate this value using KTAS adjusted for
wind and altitude.
b. Use a reasonable distance lead point for intercepts
of less than 90 degrees
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