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T-45C TS INav-06
Departure and Terminal Procedures
h.
After receiving a revised clearance, or an
approach clearance, prior to the final approach
descent, all military pilots will report the newly
assigned/designated altitude when they report
vacating the previously assigned altitude/flight
level
B. En route Descent 2.9.4.1.2
1.
Definition - A descent from an en route altitude to
the final approach of an established procedure
without execution of the entire instrument approach
procedure prescribed in the FLIP (Terminal)
publications
2.
Type of final approach to be flown (PAR, ASR, ILS
etc.) should be understood by both the pilot and
controller prior to commencing the descent
3.
Clearance 2.7.6.1.2
a.
Pilot request: “Request en route descent to
(destination airport)”
b.
Can be initiated by the controller
(1) Controller must advise pilot of intentions
(2) Pilot can refuse en route descent in favor of
full published approach
(3) Controller cannot authorize if other than
normal vectoring delays are anticipated
(4) Once commenced controller cannot
terminate unless
(a) Consent of the pilot
(b) RADAR outage
(c) Other emergency situations
(2-02) Original
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