POINT (situation, or location at which the climbout procedure should be commenced):
"UPON COMPLETION OF TOUCH AND GO, (STOP AND
GO, LOW APPROACH, THE OPTION) ... "
"AT (THE EAST FIELD BOUNDARY, AT ONE POINT SIX
DME) ETC ..."
ALTITUDE (first altitude assigned or published):
"CLIMB TO ONE THOUSAND SIX HUNDRED ... "
TURN (direction of the turn, or specify runway heading):
"TURN RIGHT ..."
"MAINTAIN RUNWAY ..."
HEADING (first heading assigned or heading required for course intercept, or runway
"HEADING ONE NINER ZERO."
304. RADIO COMMUNICATIONS
Students in the advanced training curricula generally need additional radio communication
experience more than they need additional instruction in radio communications. However, it is
necessary to establish a few specific radio communications procedures and to emphasize some
Radio Equipment Usage: The student will manage all available communications equipment.
READBACK OF INITIAL ATC CLEARANCES
VT-86 students in 2F101 simulators and T-2C aircraft shall read back all initial ATC clearances
in their entirety, including all clearances for NPA STEREO Routes and DD 175 - filed flight
The following excerpt from FAA Order 7110.65, Air Traffic Control, paragraph 4-2-1
Clearance Items, contains instructions to controllers for issuing initial clearances, and is
provided to assist in anticipating the sequence of clearance items:
Issue the following clearance items, as appropriate, in the order listed below:
Instrument departure procedure (DP).