c. TRANSITION - make a level speed change to 120 knots. Approaching 120 knots,
lower the nose and descend at 120 knots to 3000'.
d. TWIST - Set the outbound course (263°) in the IND 350.
e. TALK - give the appropriate voice report:
"Jax Approach, Turbo 11, VOR outbound, leaving 4000."
"Navy Turbo 11, Jax Approach, roger report turn inbound."
"Turbo 11, wilco."
f. TRACK - If you are not established on the outbound course (CDI centered and tail of
the needle on 263°) turn to get there and track outbound on the 263° radial. It is important to get
established on course as soon as possible.
2. After 2 1/2 minutes of outbound timing, twist the inbound course into the IND-350.
3. At three minutes of outbound timing, execute a turn in the direction depicted (right).
During the last 20 degrees of turn monitor the head of the needle. If it is not going to be on or
very near 108, roll out early or continue the turn, whichever is appropriate to establish a
correction to the 108 course inbound.
4. Fly this intercept heading. As you intercept the inbound course turn and track inbound.
5. Level off at procedure turn altitude (3000).
NOTE: There is no specific point during approach at which you will reach procedure turn
altitude. The amount of altitude you must lose is the determining factor.
6. When you are either established on the inbound course or have a shallow intercept
established, transition to the basic approach configuration (BAC) and complete the landing
NOTE: A shallow intercept is defined as aircraft heading within 20" of the published inbound
7. Report procedure turn inbound after the transition to BAC. This report is given only
when requested by the controller.
a. Procedure turn inbound report where radio facility is not located at the field:
"Approach, Turbo 11, turning around".
"Navy Turbo 11, Jax Approach, roger, contact Tower 355.8 at VOR
"Turbo 11, tower on 355.8, when inbound".
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