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STUDENT GUIDE
VISUAL NAVIGATION
6. T-1A/T-39 LOW-LEVEL MISSION PLANNING
6.1. INTRODUCTION
6.1.1. The success of any low-level high-speed navigation flight depends primarily on preflight
planning. This section covers low-level chart construction, fuel planning, and jet card/DD-175
construction particular to the T-1A/T-39 aircraft.
6.2. ENABLING OBJECTIVES (AS NUMBERED IN CNATRAINST 1542.131)
2-1 Maintain or make recommendations to maintain a specified course, given a published
standard instrument departure or approach; Arcs within 1 NM and course within + 3 degrees or 2
NM.
2-3 Maintain or make recommendations to maintain a visual low-level course, given a specified
course within + 2 NM.
5-1 Prepare a visual low-level navigation chart given a specified course and a Tactical Pilotage
Chart (TPC), T-1A/T-39 low-level standards are + 100 lbs. fuel calculations; + 18 sec on turn
points and target calculations; and + 2 on plotting courses.
5-2 Complete a Jet Log given a mission FLIP, NATOPS, OPNAVINST 3710.7 and forecast
weather in accordance with appropriate PAT pub.
5-3 Determine mission completion feasibility based upon fuel requirements ensuring adequate
fuel reserves are available as set forth in OPNAVINST 3710.7. Given a specified course
compute without error.
5-5 Complete a DD-175 using FLIP and Jet Log information given a mission and in accordance
with appropriate PAT pub.
5-6 Obtain a weather brief resulting in a completed DD-175-1 given a mission and in accordance
with appropriate PAT pub.
6.3. ENABLING STEPS
2-3-1 Identify visual low-level course intermediate checkpoints and turn points, given a
specified course, within 80% accuracy on turn points and within 50% accuracy on intermediate
checkpoints.
5-1-1 Identify the route.
5-1-2 Select the appropriate chart.
5-1-3 Plot specified points
5-1-4 Plot the course lines.
5-1-5 Determine each course.
5-1-6 Select appropriate altitude.
6-1


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