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INSTRUMENT NAVIGATION
SUMMARY
In this unit of instruction, you have been taught the procedures to be used when flying an arc.
You have learned that when intercepting an arc from a radial, you must lead the turn by a
distance equal to % of your ground speed. You must convert that distance to radials to
determine your lead point for exiting the arc. You have also learned how to fly an arc by
applying heading corrections to maintain a relative bearing of 90 or 270 to the selected
TACAN. Wind and degrees to turn play an important factor in transitioning to, maintaining, and
exiting arcs. These factors must be considered on all your instrument flights.
4-16 TACAN ARCING


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