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INSTUMENT NAVIGATION
INAV 7: INSTRUMENT DEPARTURES AND APPROACHES
Terminal Objectives, Enabling Objectives and Enabling Steps are established by CNATRAINST
1542.54.
TERMINAL OBJECTIVE
C. Navigate an aircraft via visual references and navigation instruments with the assistance of a
flight instructor.
ENABLING OBJECTIVES:
C.5. Fly a standard instrument departure, given radio aids to navigation and flight information
publications (FLIP), with instructor assistance as required, within 8 degrees on 3 NM of course.
C.6. Fly a radio instrument and ground controlled approach, given radio aids to navigation and
flight information publications (FLIP), with instructor assistance is required, within 8 degrees on
3 NM of course.
SKILLS DEVELOPMENT UNIT: This academic unit of instruction interfaces with flights
B-3. through B-5.
MODE OF INSTRUCTION: This unit is a classroom lecture presentation designed to acquaint
you with flying the TACAN Point-to-Point.
INSTRUCTIONAL AIDS
1. RMI Model
2. Chalkboard
3. CR-2
REFERENCES:
NATOPS Instrument Flight Manual
INSTRUMENT DEPARTURES AND APPROACHES
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