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INSTRUMENTS FLIGHT PLANNING
CHAPTER FOUR
CHAPTER FOUR
TWO-MINUTE PRIOR, MARK-ON-TOP AND WINGS LEVEL CALLS
400.
INTRODUCTION
The pilot and NFO must both strive to keep ahead of the aircraft during all phases of flight. It is
the NFO's responsibility to cue the pilot at certain times so that he/she may properly anticipate
future events. These cues will normally take place near checkpoints and signal changes of
course and updates to fuel and time estimates. The three required calls are the TWO-MINUTE
PRIOR, MARK-ON-TOP, and WINGS LEVEL Calls.
401.
LESSON TOPIC LEARNING OBJECTIVES
TERMINAL OBJECTIVE
C.  Navigate an aircraft via visual references and navigation instruments with the assistance of
a flight instructor.
ENABLING OBJECTIVE
C.3 Perform the TWO-MINUTE PRIOR, MARK-ON-TOP, and WINGS LEVEL calls at each
turnpoint, given a specified route and a 1D23 trainer without error.
C.3.1 Recite TWO-MINUTE PRIOR call.
C.3.2 Recite MARK-ON-TOP call.
C.3.3 Recite WINGS LEVEL call.
TWO-MINUTE PRIOR, MARK-ON-TOP AND WINGS LEVEL CALLS
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