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T-45C TS INav-06
Departure and Terminal Procedures
III. Types of IFR Departures 2.6.6.1
Sg 3, fr 1
Lesson Organization
A.
There are three basic types of IFR departures from
military airports:
1.
Standard Instrument Departure (SID)
2.
Radar Departure
3.
VFR Climb on Course
B.
Standard Instrument Departure (SID)
Sg 3, fr 2
Figure 4:
1.
Enter the name of the coded identifier of the SID as
DD-175 Standard
the first entry in the route of flight section of the
Instrument Departure
(SID)
DD-175
2.
Enter a dot ( )
3.
Enter the SID transition point which will establish
you on your route
4.
This type of entry is the same for both “Pilot Nav”
and “Vector” SIDs
C.
Radar Departure
Sg 3, fr 3
Figure 5:
1.
This type of departure is used where there is no
DD-175 Radar
published SID, or pilot desires to proceed directly to
Departure
first point on route of flight
2.
Enter the NAVAID or intersection that will establish
you on your route as the first entry in the “ROUTE-
OF-FLIGHT” section of the DD-175
3.
Enter “REQUEST RADAR DEPARTURE” in the
“REMARKS” section
NOTE: You are only requesting flight advisory
service from ATC. You are not requesting
VECTORS, but they can be provided if desired.
(2-02) Original
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