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INSTRUMENT FLIGHT PLANNING
CHAPTER SIX
CHAPTER SIX
MISSION COMPLETION FEASIBILITY
600.
INTRODUCTION
As you previously learned, the last item given in the WINGS-LEVEL Call is the EFR at the
destination initial final approach.
You must be able to accurately compute this figure early in the flight to ensure that you will not
run out of fuel before your destination, or place yourself in a precarious situation involving fuel.
Mission completion feasibility, simply put, is to determine if you can complete a mission and
land at your destination/alternate with the proper amount of fuel.
601.
LESSON TOPIC LEARNING OBJECTIVES
TERMINAL OBJECTIVE
C.  Navigate an aircraft via visual references and navigational instruments with the assistance
of a flight instructor.
ENABLING OBJECTIVES
C.8 Determine mission completion feasibility based on fuel requirements at each navigational
checkpoint, given a jet log and single enroute chart during simulator navigation trainer
mission in accordance with OPNAVINST 3710.7.
C.8.1 Calculate EFR at destination IAF, during 2B47 navigation trainer mission + 30
pounds.
C.8.2 State mission completion feasibility.
MISSION COMPLETION FEASIBILITY 6-1


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