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T-45C TS INav-05
TACAN/VOR Navigation and Holding Procedures
2. Intercepting and maintaining a TACAN arc around a
Fig 2: Radial Width
station
List
NOTE: The distance between radials at 60 nm from the
station is 1 nm and decreases/increases proportionally
to/from the station.
a. Chord method (usually used when greater than
12 miles DME from station)
(1) Tune and identify station
(2) Determine direction to turn
(3) Determine desired lead point
NOTE: Add lead when tracking to the station;
subtract lead when tracking from the station.
(4) Monitor bearing pointer and DME to determine roll-
out
COMMON ERROR: Not monitoring DME and
rolling out at the wrong time and on the wrong
DME arc.
(5) Fly a straight short leg, allowing head of bearing
pointer to reposition between 5 and 10 degrees
behind wingtip position
(6) Turn aircraft to reposition bearing pointer from
behind to between 5 and 10 degrees ahead of
wingtip position
(7) Continue sequence of alternating ahead/behind
wingtip until you turn inbound or outbound on
your new radial
b. AOB method (usually used when within 12 miles
DME of station)
(1) Tune and identify station
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