T-45C TS & ADV BIFP-09
The missed approach point on a localizer-only ILSdepending on the subject
approach platemay be identified with a TACAN/DME mileage in addition to stopwatch
timing to/from the FAF. According to the FAA, ILS localizer-only missed approach
points should not be identified only by means of a MM beacon; however, a MM may
be depicted on published approaches. These MMs may, or may not, be collocated with
missed approach points. (Note: If a MM is coincident with the localizer-only missed
approach point, the pilot should execute a missed approach if the MM beacon
illuminates prior to expiration of timing from the FAF).
Any alternate means [in addition to timing from a FAF] used to determine a localizer-
only missed approach point should be clearly published on the approach plate;
approximation and guessing are not allowed.
If for whatever reasons you switch to another type IFR approach, your IFR approach
minimums may change. Stay alert.
Question 12 18.104.22.168.8.2
In the event of a VOR failure, you should first cycle the frequency selector and
check with ATC to see if the station is in operation. If the failure is not
corrected, you should then use _______.
Question 13 22.214.171.124.4.2
In the event of TACAN bearing failure, you should first cycle the channel
selector and TACAN receiver. If that does not restore TACAN operation, what
should you do next?