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CHAPTER SIX
T-34C INSTRUMENTS
622.
INSTRUMENT APPROACH PLATES
1.
Each instrument approach plate consists of five sections:
a.
Margin identification
b.
Planview
c.
Profile view
d.
Landing minima section (and notes)
e.
Aerodrome sketch
Examples of various approaches are:
KPNS
VOR RWY 19
(Figure 6­36)
KCEW VOR or GPS­A
(Figure 6­37)
KPRX
VOR or GPS RWY 35
(Figure 6­38)
KNGP
VOR/DME Z or TACAN Z RWY 13R
(Figure 6­39)
KCRP
ILS RWY 13
(Figure 6­40)
KHST
TACAN or ILS RWY 5
(Figure 6­41)
2.
Amplification
a.
Margin Identification ­ The approach name is derived from the type facility
providing final approach course guidance. The runway number is included when the
final approach course is within 30º of runway centerline, e.g., VOR RWY 19
(Figure 6­36). A sequential letter code is included when the final approach course is
more than 30º (circling approach) from the runway centerline, e.g., VOR or GPS­A
(Figure 6­37).
i.
VOR/DME in the margin means both VOR and DME receivers and ground
equipment are required to execute the final approach. The procedure is not
authorized when either VOR or DME is inoperative. TACAN azimuth is not
authorized for course guidance.
VOR/DME or TACAN in the margin means the procedure may be executed
ii.
using VOR or TACAN azimuth for course guidance and DME is required
(Figure 6­39).
iii.
ILS or LOC in the margin. If it is an ILS approach, it is flown using both
6-62 RADIO INSTRUMENT FLIGHT PROCEDURES


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