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T-45C TS & IUT INav-11
Practical Problems
DD-175 Questions
1. What is the last entry in the ROUTE OF FLIGHT section in your DD-175?___________________
______________________________________________________________________________
2. The ETE to alternate (ALTN) on your DD-175 is computed from IAF JAX to IAF CARLO and is
________ minutes.
3. Is the date on your DD-175 local or Zulu? ____________________________________________
Departure
You have filed your flight plan with the operations duty officer, retained a copy each of your original
DD-175 and DD-175-1 (weather briefing form), and completed the preflight checklist. After starting your
engine, you should put clearance on request with clearance delivery.
EXAMPLE:
PILOT: “McCain Clearance: Navy one Alpha one four three, clearance on request. IFR NAVY
JAX.”
CLEARANCE DELIVERY: “Navy one Alpha one four three, clearance on request.”
PILOT: “Navy one Alpha one four three, Roger.”
CLEARANCE DELIVERY: “Navy one Alpha one four three, McCain Clearance, I have your
clearance, advise when ready to copy.”
PILOT: “Navy one Alpha one four three, ready to copy.”
CLEARANCE DELIVERY: “Navy one Alpha one four three is cleared to Navy Jacksonville as
filed. Maintain seven thousand, expect flight level three seven zero ten minutes after departure.
Departure frequency three four three point seven. Squawk two zero zero zero.”
PILOT: “Clearance Delivery: Navy one Alpha one four three is cleared to Navy Jacksonville as
filed. Maintain seven thousand, expect flight level three seven zero ten minutes after departure.
Departure frequency three four three point seven. Squawk two zero zero zero.”
NOTE: Remember that in the Training Command the pilot shall read back all clearances.
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