AFR above MCF: continue mission as planned.
AFR below MCF, but above BINGO: continue but plan to leave the route early. Other options
are to climb and fly the route at a higher altitude, or to slow down. These last options, however,
are not feasible due to timing and mission profile.
AFR at or below BINGO: abort the mission and return to BINGO airfield or suitable divert field.
You are required to prepare a practice DD 175 for each Navigation flight, even though this is not
necessary when using a stereo route. N5190/5290 does require a DD 175 as it is not a formal
stereo route. An example of a N5190/5290 DD 175 is shown in Figure 4-12. Notice how this
composite flight plan separates IFR and VFR flight routing. Prepare draft DD 175s for stereo
routes using the same format, but without the enroute delays; refer to FLIP General Planning as
FUEL PLANNING, JET LOGS, DD 175