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CHAPTER FOUR
INSTRUMENT FLIGHT RULES WORKBOOK
12. The pilot should enter only information essential to safe and efficient air traffic control.
Entries might include "no anti-icing equipment," "request radar departure," or "request VFR
climb."
REMARKS
Figure 4-25 Remarks
13. The RANK/HONOR CODE section is used for flights carrying VIPs. The codes can be
found in FLIP GENERAL PLANNING (GP). The VIP's name may be included after the code.
RANK AND HONOR CODE
Figure 4-26 Rank and Honor Code
14. Enter the total time that the aircraft can stay aloft while flying the planned route with the
fuel available at takeoff. (The Chief of Naval Air Training limits this to 3+00 for the T34C.)
FUEL ON BD
Figure 4-27 Fuel on BD
15. If you are planning an IFR flight which requires an alternate airfield, the location identifier
will be entered in this box. Leave blank if no alternate is required.
16. The ETE TO ALTN is to the alternate airport. This entry includes time needed to shoot
an approach. Since we flight plan only to the IAF in the T34C, we need to account for the
approach time. This is accomplished by adding 10 minutes to the estimated time enroute to the
IAF.
ALTN AIRFIELD
ETE TO ALTN
Figure 4-28 Alternate Airfield and ETE to Alternate
17/18. Used as a reminder for pilots to check all NOTICE TO AIRMEN and weather
information prior to flight.
NOTAMS
WEATHER
Figure 4-29 NOTAMS and Weather
4-20 INSTRUMENT FLIGHT RULES


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