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CHAPTER SEVEN
FLIGHT TRAINING PUBLICATION (FLIP) STUDENT GUIDE
The first line in the Minima section of Figure 7-21 lists the minima for the TACAN straight-in
approach to Runway 22. Use approach category "C." Because this approach is non-precision,
the first altitude shown is a minimum descent altitude (4680 feet MSL). RVR (4000 feet)
required follows the MDA. Because it is straight-in, the smaller number (385 feet AGL) is the
height of the MDA above the touchdown zone (HAT). Ceiling and visibility required for this
approach follow; for a T-39, a 400 foot ceiling and 3/4 SM visibility are necessary to commence
the approach. If an RVR is given by approach or tower, it takes priority over the prevailing
visibility. (See Figure 7-23 for Planview depiction of the above altitudes.)
Figure 7-21 HI-TACAN RWY 13
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