T-34C INSTRUMENT FLIGHT RULES
PRACTICE PROBLEM NUMBER TWO ANSWERS
Anderson FSS - IFR Supplement, p. B-263 and/or Remote Communications Outlet box on
11,000 (RWY 4/22) - IFR Supplement, p. B-263 gives the length as 11,000 as does the
airport sketch in vol. 14 of the Low Altitude Instrument Approach Procedures.
Anderson FSS Via 122.2, 255.4 or phone - There is no military operations (as required in
the OPNAV 3710.7), so you would have to file with the nearest FSS.
Climb direct to Electric City VORTAC.
a. - Gainesville weather forecast not above alternate minimums need 700-11/2
b. - the A NA Symbol on approach plate
a. The lowest published minimums for runway 22 are found in the radar minimums
section of vol. 14. Published mins are 400-1/2 but OPNAV 3710.7 states we cannot utilize
takeoff minimums of less than 300-1 for an available nonprecision approach. Therefore we must
raise the visibility of the published mins to one mile.
Ground 121.9 - Frequencies can be found in the IFR Supplement, A/G communications
panel on L-19/L-20, vol. 14 of the Low Altitude Instrument Approach Procedures.
Ground 121.9 - There is no clearance delivery at this airfield.
To/From arrow changes from "To" to "From"
13. Athens (AHN) 195 radial and Colliers (IRQ) 260 radial - Intersections are defined by any
arrow pointing to that intersection, on the chart. Follow the tail of that arrow back to its origin to
find the name of the NAVAID.
14. Colliers VORTAC - Minimum Reception Altitudes will always refer to a secondary
NAVAID used to define a given fix. The Minimum Enroute Altitude on a given airway will
always guarantee radio reception to safely navigate that airway.
15. SINCA intersection - The Changeover Point (COP) is located midway between the
navigation facility for straight route segments, or at the intersection of radials or courses forming
a dog leg in the case of dog leg route segments. (General Planning para. 5-19)
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