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CHAPTER SIX
T-34C INSTRUMENTS
iv.
TRANSITION ­ Transition to slow cruise. If a descent 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
(a)
Set the outbound course (336º) in the IND­350.
(b)
Use "Over­the­Station Intercept" Procedures to establish the aircraft on
course outbound.
(c)
Expedite the above procedures so as to establish an intercept heading no
later than one minute after the start of outbound timing.
vi.
TALK ­ Give the appropriate voice report if required.
b.
Level off at Procedure Turn altitude (1600 feet).
i.
One hundred feet prior to Procedure Turn altitude, add power smoothly towards
450­500 ft­lbs as you raise the nose to level flight attitude and retrim.
ii.
Maintain Procedure Turn altitude until you are established on the inbound
course.
c.
At the end of outbound timing, execute the 45º/180º course reversal by turning to the
heading depicted next to the "barb" symbol (291º). Start the clock as you roll wings
level and maintain this heading for one minute. Twist in the inbound course (156º) in
the CDI.
d.
At the end of one minute timing, execute a 180º turn in a direction opposite the first
turn (i.e., turn away from the station). During the last half of the turn, note the
position of the head of the needle.
If the head of the needle is not within 5º of the inbound course, stop the turn with a 45º
intercept. Do this by placing the inbound course (156º) under the first 45º benchmark
in the upper half of the RMI.
If the head of the needle is within 5º of the inbound course, roll out with a double­the­
angle intercept.
If you overshoot the inbound course, continue the turn and establish an intercept.
6-86 RADIO INSTRUMENT FLIGHT PROCEDURES


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