T-45C TS & IUT INav-11
You can now fly radar vectors to your destination; however, when equipment loss occurs, be aware that
you will have to change your flight plan if the lost equipment is required to make an approach at your
destination. Navigation equipment failures could indicate an electrical problem that might eventually affect
your communication equipment. Relying on your radio for a radar approach without NAVAIDs to make an
approach leaves you no options in the event of radio failure.
Atlanta Center now advises you that Montgomery FSS reports the Montgomery VOR out of service. You
select Seminole VOR and get a good lock-on. You advise center of this and are directed to resume
ATLANTA CENTER: Navy one Alpha one four three: contact Jacksonville Center on three zero
seven point two.
PILOT: Navy one Alpha one four three, Roger, Jacksonville Center, three zero seven point two.
Before leaving an assigned frequency, you must request and receive permission to change
PILOT: Jacksonville Center: Navy one Alpha one four three, request off frequency to contact
JACKSONVILLE CENTER: Navy one Alpha one four three, Roger. Cleared to leave frequency.
Report back up.
PILOT: Navy one Alpha one four three, wilco.
En route Questions
1. On initial contact, what information must you give center? _______________________________
2. Does the FAA recommend that you repeat the frequency when you are passed to another center?
3. What kind of a report do you give center when you communicate equipment failure?__________
4. At what point would you normally select the Seminole TACAN? ________________________