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T-34C INSTRUMENTS
CHAPTER SIX
i.
TIME ­ Not required, since time of commencing the approach is not
reported to the controlling agency.
ii.
TURN ­ Use normal Holding Pattern entry procedures to determine the entry
heading and turn direction. Turn in the shortest direction to your entry
heading.
iii.
TIME ­ Start timing when wings level or abeam the station, whichever
occurs last. Time for the depicted duration, or as appropriate for the altitude
if no timing is depicted.
iv.
TRANSITION ­ Transition to slow cruise. If a decent is necessary at the
IAF, then leave the power at 300 ft­lbs, lower the nose, and descend at
120 knots.
NOTE
Comply with any additional altitude restrictions imposed by ATC.
v.
TWIST ­ Twist in the depicted inbound course (316º) in the IND­350.
vi.
TALK ­ Give the appropriate voice report if required.
b.
Determine the correct direction of turn to intercept the inbound course (315º) in
accordance with Holding procedures. TAIL­RADIAL­TURN!
c.
Start the turn at the completion of your outbound timing. Roll out with a double­
the­angle intercept. It is critical to establish the aircraft on the inbound course prior
to crossing the station.
d.
Once established inbound comply with the remainder of the Low Altitude
Instrument Approach Procedures (paragraph 623).
RADIO INSTRUMENT FLIGHT PROCEDURES 6-91


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