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T-45A/C TS, E2-C2, ADV & IUT Aero-06/07
NATOPS Performance Charts / Charts and Exam Review
c.
Notes are important to flying proper profile
Overlay 3
NOTE: Bingo charts fuel requirement includes
300 pounds fuel reserve. This reserve fuel is
yours to burn if circumstances warrant. It will
be on your fuel gauge but only should be used
in an emergency. Anticipate that a runway
Overlay 4
might be closed suddenly and for a long period.
d.
Sea level divert data is included in last three
columns
6.
The NATOPS bingo charts have one deficiency.
Winds are not considered
a.
You must factor winds into chart data
b.
Use briefed or known winds
c.
Mentally or on the wheel (E6B computer)
determine headwind component
d.
With significant headwind component, 60 knots
for example, select higher mileage line on bingo
chart and fly that profile
Sg 3, fr 16
G.
Landing Approach Speed
Landing Approach
Speed (10 Overlays)
1.
Calculates a steady 17 units angle of attack
approach speed for a gross weight
2.
Calculate the gross weight from
a.
Zero fuel weight of particular bureau number
aircraft
b.
Weight of external stores
c.
Fuel on board
3.
Landing Approach Speed calculation
Overlay 1
a.
Approach speed matrix at top of chart
(9-99) Original
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