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T-45C ADV INav-03
INav Review
3.
Radar Departure--this type of departure is used
Sg 9, fr 4
where there is no published SID, or pilot desires to
Fig 7: DD-175 Radar
proceed directly to first point on route of flight
Departure
4.
VFR Climb on Course--enter the NAVAID or
Sg 9, fr 5
intersection which will establish you on your route as
Fig 8: DD-175 VFR Climb On
the first entry in the "ROUTE-OF-FLIGHT" section
Course
D. Standard Instrument Departure (SID) 2.6.6.4
Sg 10, fr 2: Departure and
Terminal Procedures
1.
This information is located in the DoD FLIP
Organization
(Terminal) Instrument Approach Procedure booklet
DEPARTURE AND TERMINAL
PROCEDURES
2.
Use is not mandatory by OPNAV, but use is
* Fuel requirements for
filing DD-175
encouraged
* Departure point minimums for takeoff
* Types of IFR departures
* Standard instrument departure
3.
Use can be made mandatory by a local airport, but a
(SID)
* Approaches
pilot can reject SID if safety of flight dictates
* Closing flight plan
* Log book entries
4.
Pilot responsibility is to ensure all climb and crossing
restrictions can be met
5.
Expedites traffic from high density airport environ-
ment into en route structure with less impact on
controllers
6.
Provides terrain clearance for aircraft operating in
instrument conditions when aircraft climbs above the
minimum vectoring altitude for that airport
LESSON NOTES
Be sure your students are aware of the differences between
pilot nav and vector SIDs.
Sg 10, fr 3
Fig 9: Dallas-Love Field (HI)
(Pilot Nav)
7.
Types
Sg 10, fr 4: Dallas-Love Field
(HI) (Pilot Nav) Lower Half
a.
Pilot nav departure plate describes aircraft's
Fig 9: Dallas-Love
Field (HI) (Pilot Nav)
vertical and horizontal flight path
(2-02) Original
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