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STUDENT GUIDE
VISUAL NAVIGATION
TURN POINT ANALYSIS
DIST ABEAM
DEGREES
TIME OFF
DIST
OF TURN
(SEC)
ABEAM
BEFORE TURN
0o
1 NM
0
1 NM
30o
6
3/4 NM
1 NM
45o
1 NM
8
2/3 NM
60o
1 NM
9
1/2 NM
90o
1 NM
12
0 NM
120o
1 NM
9
1/2 NM (OPP SIDE)
135o
1 NM
8
2/3 NM (OPP SIDE)
150o
6
3/4 NM (OPP SIDE)
1 NM
180o
1 NM
0
1 NM (OPP SIDE)
NOTE: MOT turn point priorities are the same as the T-34.
1.
On course, on heading.
2.
On heading, abeam.
Turning on the updated time (turn point not in sight).
3.
Figure 7-8
7.11. VNAV COMMUNICATIONS
7.11.1. While radio communications in the low-level environment are minimal, there are some
special calls unique to preparation for low-level entry and exit.
7.11.1.1. Terminating IFR: One of the first calls specific to low-level VFR flight is cancellation
of IFR. IFR cancellation is not a request, but a statement to the controlling facility. To cancel
IFR, as a minimum, the following conditions must exist:
Aircraft must be VMC.
Aircraft must be clear of Class A airspace (Below 18000 feet)
In situations where the above conditions are not met, use the following procedures to establish
VFR conditions:
(1) Terminating IFR Within the Class "A" Airspace: If at or above FL 180, a descent below
Class "A" airspace is necessary prior to canceling IFR. The following communication
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