5-1-7 Measure the distance.
5-1-8 Compute the time.
5-1-9 Plot the time ticks.
5-1-.10 Compute the fuel remaining.
5-1-11 Compute mission completion fuel.
5-1-12 Determine the bingo heading, altitude, distance, and fuel.
5-1-13 Select appropriate divert fields.
5-1-14 Display leg data.
5-3-1 Determine fuel on board.
5-3-2 Evaluate fuel computations.
5-5-1 Extract data from FLIP General Planning.
5-5-2 Extract data from a jet log.
5-5-3 Recognize NOTAMS affecting flight.
5-5-4 Ensure ceiling and visibility comply with AP-1/B (3000 feet ceiling and 5 miles visibility).
6.4. LESSON TOPIC OBJECTIVES
6.4.1. T-1A/T-39 and T-34 VNAV charts differ only slightly--construction for both is on a TPC
scale chart, and annotations are generally the same. However, there are some significant
220.127.116.11. Route points are specified in AP-1/B.
18.104.22.168. Turns of 30° or greater incorporate a turn radius.
22.214.171.124. The only color used on the chart prior to flight is black.
126.96.36.199. Altitudes in the information blocks reflect an emergency altitude rather than the planned
188.8.131.52. Times, time ticks, and fuel data is for the T-1A/T-39 aircraft flying at 300 kts ground
184.108.40.206. Restricted airspace within 20 NM of the route is annotated and defined.
220.127.116.11. Pilot cards are not required.
6.5. LOW LEVEL CHART PREPARATION
6.5.1. Determining the Route
18.104.22.168. In T-34 VNAV operations, the VNAV Stereo Route Handout provided routing and
altitudes for chart construction. However, T-1A/T-39 Visual Navigation require the use of