INAV 1: RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION
Terminal Objectives, Enabling Objectives, and Enabling Steps are established by
Navigate an aircraft via visual references and navigation instruments with the
assistance of a flight instructor.
Maintain a specified course given radio aids to navigation and flight information
publications (FLIP), with instructor assistance as required within 8 degrees or 3nm of course.
C.1.1 Identify aircraft position relative to an operable TACAN/VOR station, given a Tactical
Air Navigation (TACAN)/VHF Omnidirectional Range (VOR) and FLIP, without error.
C.1.2 Recall the characteristics of radio aids to Navigation given an oral or written
examination 80% accuracy.
SKILLS DEVELOPMENT UNIT: This academic unit interfaces with all INAV flights.
MODE OF INSTRUCTION: This unit is a classroom lecture presentation designed to
acquaint you with the characteristics of radio aids to navigation. The lecture outline lists the
characteristics you will be required to know.
INSTRUCTIONAL AIDS: Radial Magnetic Indicator (RMI)
REFERENCE: NATOPS Instrument Flight Manual
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