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T-45C TS INav-06
Departure and Terminal Procedures
(b) The flight visibility is not less than the
visibility prescribed in the standard
instrument approach being used; and
(c) Except for Category II or Category III
approach where any necessary visual
reference requirements are specified
by the Administrator, at least one of
the following visual references for the
intended runway is distinctly visible
and identifiable to the pilot:
(i)
The approach light system, except
that the pilot may not descend
below 100 ft above the touchdown
zone elevation using the approach
lights as a reference unless the
red side row bars are also
distinctly visible and identifiable
(ii) The threshold
(iii) The threshold markings
(iv) The threshold lights
(v) The runway end identifier lights
(vi) The visual approach slope
indicator
(vii) The touchdown zone or the
touchdown zone markings
(viii) The touchdown zone lights
(ix) The runway, or runway markings
(x) The runway lights
(2-02) Original
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