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T-45C TS INav 03; ADV INav-01
Use and Operation of TACAN, VOR, VOR/DME
d. When the command steering marker is limited, it slides slightly
past the heading scale on the side that represents the shortest
turn to the command steering
VI. Cockpit management 2.7.5.1.1
Sg 13, fr 2
A. Stay ahead of the aircraft through careful advanced planning while flying
(especially when faced with heavy workloads)
B. Ensure COMM/NAV equipment is tuned to the proper frequencies and
TACAN/VOR stations are identified before using them
C. Suggested sequence for setting up your navigation equipment (your
procedures may differ):
1. Determine frequency or channel and station ID
2. Ensure you have NAV control in your cockpit
3. Tune and identify station
4. Set desired course in course set window on HSI
5. Tune and identify backup navigation aid
D. Select a backup navigation aid
E. “Think ahead” in your flight and anticipate the navigation aids you will
need
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