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CHAPTER FIVE
T-6A INSTRUMENT NAVIGATION
2.  Some approaches have progressively lower stepdown
altitudes. Level off at each stepdown altitude until the indicated
DME point, and then continue descent until the next stepdown
altitude or MDA. Be sure you are using the correct minimums for
the runway in use. When directing a descent, student should direct
the IP to descend to the first altitude that must be maintained.
Then state any additional altitude restrictions that apply.
e.
TWIST. Set the FAC in the CDI. Intercept and track the FAC.
f.
TALK. Give the voice report, if requested (ensure you have made any required
frequency change). Report 200 feet prior to any level off altitude and MDA/DH to
IP.
NOTE
When not in radar contact, a voice report is required when leaving
FAF inbound on final approach (non-precision approach) or when
leaving the OM or fix used in lieu of the OM inbound on final
approach (precision approach).
9.
Ensure the pilot levels off at the MDA. Do not allow descent below the MDA. If the pilot
descends below the MDA, direct an immediate climb to the MDA ("climb to 680 feet").
10. Provide heading, altitude, and airspeed inputs to the pilot as required to maintain 120 KIAS
on the FAC at the MDA.
11. At the MAP/DH: Report "at the MAP/DH" and ask your IP if the field is in sight. If the
field is in sight and the aircraft is in a position to make a safe landing, descent below the
MDA/DH is authorized. If both conditions are not met, direct the IP to execute a missed
approach.
NOTE
The pilot should not descend below the MDA prior to reaching the
VDP and acquiring the necessary visual reference.
COMMON ERRORS
1.
Failure to set up NAVAIDs properly as soon as receiving radar vectors.
2.
Failure to use NAVAIDs to maintain situational awareness.
3.
Failure to be alert for CDI movement and intercept the FAC once cleared for the approach.
4.
Slowing to 120 KIAS and/or transitioning to BAC when more than 4 NM from the FAF.
5-42 TERMINAL PROCEDURES


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