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T-6A NAVIGATION
CHAPTER FIVE
Checkpoint approaching 20 mark aircraft
Checkpoint at 12 O'Clock, aircraft on
approaching course
course
Figure 5-8 BDHI 02 Checkpoints
If the current heading is 160, then when the tower is 20 to the right of the nose (180, almost
1 o'clock to our current heading), the aircraft is on course. Ideally, the tower will be at 12 o'clock
(no wind) when the aircraft returns to a heading 180. However, the turn back to compensated
heading should be led, just as one would lead a turn on to a radial. Figure 5-8 shows the
conditions prior to the turn back to course: "<Clear right> Right 180." In each of these steps,
do not forget to clear the aircraft! Figure 5-8 shows the BDHI maneuver correctly completed.
Note the aircraft is back on course prior to the checkpoint.
Example
In Figure 5-11, the checkpoint (a silo) is visible on the horizon; as in the previous example, a turn
is initiated to the left, heading 180. However, in this example, the silo never crosses the
12 o'clock position. This is illustrated in Figure 5-12.
FLIGHT PROCEDURES
5-17


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