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T-45C TS INav-10
Flight Planning (En Route)
f.
Prior Permission Required (PPR) number—
enter (ident) and PPR number
g.
Anything else, use plain language
h.
Void time usually entered in lower right corner
2.
Rank and honor code—use VIP codes in DoD FLIP
General Planning (GP), Chapter 4, to indicate
branch of service, highest rank/grade aboard, and
honors desired
a.
V5H—Rear Admiral, accord honors
b.
R50—Army Major General, request nothing
E. Section IV
Sg 1, fr 11
DD Form 175–
1.
Fuel on Board (FUEL ON BD)
Section IV
a.
Enter total time, using standard hours + minutes
format, that your aircraft can stay aloft while
flying the planned profile with fuel available at
initial takeoff
b.
There are no specific methods to determine
fuel-on-board time, and it will vary according to
squadron procedures, type aircraft, and planned
flight altitude
c.
For ground school purposes only, use cruise
altitude fuel flow to determine the fuel-on-board
time
d.
Additional time groups are entered in brackets
to show the amount of additional flight time
possible when in-flight refueling is planned
2.
Alternate airfield (ALTN AIRFIELD)
a.
Select alternate based on OPNAVINST 3710.7
criteria
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