T-34C INSTRUMENT FLIGHT RULES
The following diagram is a pictorial description of the level off.
Compute Fuel required for these legs using climb and cruise burn rates. When calculating fuel,
always round up.
4. Using Cruise TAS and winds, calculate GS for each subsequent leg on the flight log.
Step 12: Compute ETE and fuel for each leg using the rate side of the CR-2.
Step 13: Calculate EFR for each leg and compute total distance, ETE, and fuel for destination
Step 14: Complete alternate, route, alt, time, and fuel line of jet log.
For fuel entry, use EFR (533lbs) at destination IAF and convert to
fuel remaining in burn time using CR-2 and cruise burn rate.
533lbs = 2hrs, 8min or 2+08 Enter this on the flight log.
Step 15: Complete T-34 fuel plan using flight log information.
For #5, RES 10% of #4 (min 20mins), compare line 4 to 20min of
max endurance fuel burn (OPNAV 3710 req, also burn rate of
168 lbS/hr max endurance is given in problem and can be
calculated from NATOPS). Pick the larger of the 2 numbers.
STOP: USE THE FLIGHT LOG AND FUEL PLAN ON THE NEXT PAGE TO VERIFY
10 FLIGHT LOG EXPLAINED