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T-34C INSTRUMENTS
CHAPTER SIX
Options include:
i.
Request the same approach. If you flew a bad approach due to your own poor
basic airwork, you might request clearance to fly the same approach again.
ii.
Request a different approach with lower minimums if available.
iii.
Proceed to your alternate. If weather and/or fuel considerations dictate that
you proceed to your alternate, coordinate with ATC to obtain clearance using
DRAFT format (Reference Para 502, Section (11), Missed Approach Radio
l.
Update the weather as appropriate.
3.
Common Errors
a.
Scan: When you first execute the Missed Approach, stay on the attitude gyro
exclusively until the aircraft is cleaned up and trimmed up. Raise the nose no more
than 68 degrees above the horizon and your airspeed will not get slow.
b.
Letting the nose attitude drop when commencing the turn. This allows the airspeed to
get fast and the climb rate to decay. Stay on the attitude gyro and maintain the climb
attitude.
c.
Not distinguishing between a depicted heading and a radial outbound type of Missed
Approach.
d.
Not trimming as the aircraft accelerates to normal cruise.
e.
Trying to contact Tower or approach before comfortably established in the Missed
Approach. However, do not wait an excessive amount of time to make your Missed
Approach call either.
RADIO INSTRUMENT FLIGHT PROCEDURES 6-125


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