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CHAPTER SIX
T-6A INSTRUMENT NAVIGATION
The "time hack" will occur at 1335Z. A countdown to the hack is usually
commenced prior to conducting the time hack.
Student: "On my hack, the time will be 1335Z. 3-2-1 Hack... 1-2-3"
For the minutes and seconds required for turn point procedures, we normally use the elapsed
timer (ET) function of the aircraft clock.
Student: "On my hack, we will start the elapsed timer. 3-2-1 Hack 1-2-3"
NOTE
The ET function of the aircraft's clock displays minutes and
seconds until reaching 59 minutes and 59 seconds, after that, it
displays hours and minutes. If the enroute portion of your flight
will exceed 59 minutes, you will need to re-hack the clock. This
should be done on any leg where a GS can be accomplished in
order to establish an ETA to your next point. This step shall be
accomplished prior to the end of the hour.
603. INSTRUMENT DEPARTURE BRIEF
The Departure Brief describes the departure procedure to be flown by the pilot. It is initiated
after completing the Before Takeoff Checklist and before calling the Tower for takeoff
clearance. The Departure Brief acronym is THAR:
Turn:
First turn/DME.
Heading:
First heading after takeoff.
Altitude:
Initial altitude.
Restriction: Restrictions, if any.
Student: "Departure brief. 1.0 DME past the TACAN, turn right to 150, climb to 3000. No
restrictions."
OPERATIONS CHECKS
The initial Operations Check shall be performed immediately after checking in with Departure.
Subsequent Operations Checks shall be initiated every 20-25 minutes. Ensure the nearest
suitable divert airfield is briefed with all Operations Checks. Your preflight planning should
include identifying the airfields along the route with suitable approaches to use as emergency
diverts.
1.
If you're in VMC, this will be the nearest suitable paved airfield.
6-4 STUDENT SUPPLEMENTARY FLIGHT PROCEDURES


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