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CHAPTER SIX
T-34C INSTRUMENTS
3.
Be sure you are using the correct minimums for the runway in use.
v.
TWIST ­ The final approach course in the IND­350. Intercept and track the
final approach course.
vi.
TALK ­ Give the voice report if required.
h.
One hundred feet prior to the MDA add power smoothly towards 650­700 ft­lbs as
you raise the nose to the level flight attitude.
i.
Maintain 120 knots and MDA on the final approach course.
j.
At the MAP, if the runway environment is not in sight or the aircraft is not in a
position to make a safe landing, execute the Missed Approach.
3.
Common Errors
a.
Descending below published minimum altitudes.
b.
Confusing the inbound and outbound courses and twisting in the wrong course.
c.
Accomplishing the 6Ts out of order.
d.
Flying the approach when weather is below minimums.
e.
Making radio calls at the expense of flying the aircraft safely.
f.
Failing to establish an intercept heading to the course during the "twist" step.
g.
Failure to start timing on the first "T" of the 6 Ts at the FAF if timing is required.
h.
Making large corrections when close to the NAVAID.
6-78 RADIO INSTRUMENT FLIGHT PROCEDURES


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