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T-45C TS & IUT INav-11
Practical Problems
9. What is your course and distance from the IAF at JAX to the IAF (CARLO) at your alternate?
___________________________________________________________________________
NOTE: To determine the course and distance from the IAF at NAS JAX to the IAF at Moody AFB
(CARLO), a combination of plotting on the chart and point-to-point plotting on the Air Navigation
Computer needs to be employed. First, plot the reciprocal of the course and distance from Taylor
(TAY) to NAS JAX IAF on the CR-2. Plot the IAF at Moody (CARLO) on your chart, and measure
the course and the distance to TAYLOR from this plot. Plot this on your CR-2 and align the plots
for course and distance from JAX IAF to CARLO (remember to put the point you are going TO at
the top of the CR-2).
Instructions for Filling Out the Flight Log
Complete your jet flight log using your FLIP High Altitude Enroute Chart, the FLIP Enroute IFR
Supplement, the FLIP High Altitude Instrument Approach Procedure Charts and the T-45C flight planning
data provided in Figure 10 in this workbook.
Refer to the following as you fill out the flight log:
1)
Departure elevation
12)
Forecast altimeter
2)
Departure frequencies
13)
Leg fuel
3)
TAS at planned flight level
14)
Alternate name/ID
4)
Fuel flow at planned flight level
15)
Estimated fuel remaining
5)
Destination elevation
16)
Route of flight from destination IAF to alternate IAF
6)
Destination frequencies
17)
Planned flight level
7)
Route of flight
18)
Alternate elevation
8)
NAVAIDs/IDs/frequency
19)
Alternate frequencies
9)
Courses
20)
ETE
10)
Distances
21)
Alternate's fuel remaining (hr, nm)
11)
Leg ETEs
Use the wind information provided in your weather brief and the interpolation you have done to FL 370 on
the climb/cruise schedule of the flight planning data in Figure 10 of this workbook to determine the ETE,
the leg fuel, and the EFR for each leg of your flight to destination and alternate.
NOTE: Use the wind side of the air navigation computer to determine ground speed.
Flight Log Fuel Planning Questions
1. Your ETE to destination is ________.
2. Your estimated fuel remaining at the JAX IAF will be ________lb.
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