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T-45C TS & IUT INav-11
Practical Problems
PRESENTATION
INTRODUCTION
This workbook poses flight planning problems simulating the actual preparatory stages of a flight. As you
read the communications between ATC and the pilot in the cross-country scenario, imagine yourself in the
situation represented.
Take your time on the problems in this workbook to avoid errors. Think of the context of the question and
then consider several possibilities before answering.
INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL REQUIRED FOR PROBLEMS ONE AND TWO
1. A FLIP Enroute IFR Supplement
2. A FLIP Enroute Flight Information Handbook
3. A FLIP General Planning (GP)
4. An air navigation computer and plotter
5. A FLIP Enroute High Altitude Chart #5
6. A FLIP (Terminal) SE
7. A FLIP Area Planning (AP/1)
8. Fuel data from the TRAWING One In-Flight Guide
9. Bingo data from Figure 1
BACKGROUND INFORMATION FOR PROBLEM ONE
The problem: to plan a flight from NAS Meridian, Mississippi, to NAS JAX, Florida. Your estimated time of
departure (ETD) will be 0700 CST, today's date.
General Information
*
Aircraft: T-45C, equipped with TACAN, VOR/ILS, and transponder with mode C. Assigned
to VT-7 NAS Meridian, BUNO 165080, call sign NAVY 1A143
*
Pilot-in-command: yourself, attached to VT-7, NAS Meridian. You have a standard instrument rating
*
Takeoff runway: 1R
*
Route: request a radar departure to Montgomery VORTAC, J20 to Seminole VORTAC, J29 to Taylor
VORTAC, and direct to Navy JAX TACAN IAF
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