At Point "c" you have drifted inside of the arc possibly due to winds, poor
arcing technique, or poor BAW. To correct, refer to para (f)(i) above.
At Point "d" you have drifted outside the arc. To correct, refer to para (f)(i)
At Point "e" you are reestablished on the 10 DME arc.
Not providing adequate lead for turns, thus overshooting the arc.
Allowing the head of the needle to fall too far below the 90º benchmark or
positioning it too high above the benchmark.
Turning in the wrong direction to get back on the arc. Remember the head of the
needle points at the station. If you need to get closer to the station, turn toward the
head of the needle.
Using too great an intercept angle to reestablish the aircraft on the arc.
Not placing the head of the needle on the 90º benchmark when initially intercepting
6-60 RADIO INSTRUMENT FLIGHT PROCEDURES