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CHAPTER SEVEN
FLIGHT TRAINING PUBLICATION (FLIP) STUDENT GUIDE
From Figure 7-26, you must have reported weather of at least 400 feet ceiling and 4000 feet
RVR before commencing the ASR approach to Runway 22. After turning to the final approach
course, the controller will tell you to begin your descent. At this time, you may either descend to
the published MDA, or request your military controller to furnish recommended altitudes each
mile on final. These altitudes are based on a rate-of-descent which approximates the glideslope.
The MAP is determined by radar range and will be announced by the controller.
Figure 7-26 Straight-In Surveillance Approach
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