HOLDING BRIEF (MNEMONIC: "T - FETL").
The Holding Brief is given upon receipt of a holding clearance.
TITLE (title of the briefing):
FIX (define the holding fix by name (if any), TACAN name, radial and DME):
"THE HOLDING FIX IS "MARYS" ON THE NAVY PENSACOLA TACAN ONE
EIGHT ZERO RADIAL AT ONE ONE DME..."
ENTRY (the type of holding entry):
"WE WILL USE AN OUTBOUND PARALLEL ENTRY, CROSSING THE FIX TURN
RIGHT HEADING ONE EIGHT ZERO."
TURNS (the direction of pattern turns):
"THE PATTERN WILL HAVE LEFT TURNS..."
LEGS (the length of the pattern legs):
"10 TEN MILE LEGS."
APPROACH BRIEF (MNEMONIC: "TICARM").
The Approach Brief will be given upon learning which approach is to be flown. If holding is
assigned, the brief is not given until after entering holding.
TITLE (title of the briefing, the title of the approach read from the margin of the
approach chart and the page number of the approach chart):
"APPROACH BRIEF, GULFPORT-BILOXI HI-TACAN RWY 32 APPROACH, PAGE
INITIAL (define the Initial Approach fix if applicable, by TACAN name and channel,
radial and DME, and the published or assigned IAF altitude):
"THE INITIAL APPROACH FIX IS "HACHA", THE GULFPORT TACAN ONE
NINER THREE RADIAL AT ONE EIGHT DME. OUR ASSIGNED ALTITUDE IS
ONE SIX THOUSAND ..."
COURSE (the initial approach course: radial or arc):
"THE INITIAL COURSE IS THE ONE EIGHT MILE ARC TO THE EAST ..."
ALTITUDE & RESTRICTIONS (first descent point, the first level-off altitude, and the
first altitude restriction):
"AT THE INITIAL APPROACH FIX, DESCEND TO TWO THOUSAND. MUST BE
BELOW NINER THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED BY THE ONE TWO EIGHT