T-34C INSTRUMENT NAVIGATION WORKBOOK
52. What would be your MDA if the duty runway was 32? ________________ What would
the weather minimums be? _______________
53. In the aircraft, how would you identify the Missed Approach Point?
54. What is the touchdown zone elevation for RWY 23? _______________
55. You intend to use Whiting Field, North, as an alternate airport. You plan on using the
Whiting TACAN RWY 23 approach. What must the forecast weather be? (Destination above
Pub mins but below 3000-3) ____________________________________________
56. What is the highest obstruction on the approach plate? __________ feet __________
57. What is the highest obstruction at the airport? __________ feet ___________ (AGL/MSL)
What is the Minimum Safe Altitude on the 270º R of NSE? _______________
59. To execute this approach, you would expect to execute a 45º procedure turn. (True/False)
60. What types of nonprecision NAVAID approaches can you execute in a T-34?
_______________, _______________, and_______________.
61. What type of precision approaches can be executed in the T-34? _______________
62. Where are the weather minimums for approaches found? __________
63. A single-piloted T34C has absolute approach weather minimums of _______________
when executing a _______________ approach.
THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS REFER TO THE CHART ON NEXT PAGE.
64. This chart is used to determine whether or not an _______________ is required for a given
flight when filing an _______________ flight plan.
65. It is also used to determine what the forecast requirements for ceiling and visibility must be
at your _______________ for a period of _______________ hour(s) before to
_______________ hour(s) after your ETA.
66. When an alternate is required for a T-34, _______________ must be added to the published
minimums for the _______________ at the alternate in order to determine the weather
requirements for filing purposes.
COURSE SUMMATION 9-5