T-6A INSTRUMENT NAVIGATION
5. As the tail of the needle rises to the outbound course, turn to roll out on course and track
6. Try to expedite the above procedures to establish an intercept heading no later than 1
minute after the start of outbound timing.
7. After 1 1/2 minutes of outbound timing, execute the 45° procedure turn by turning to the
heading depicted next to the "barb" symbol. Start the clock as you roll wings level and maintain
this heading for 45 seconds while twisting in the inbound course into the CDI.
8. At the end of 45 seconds timing on the initial procedure turn heading, execute a 180° turn
in a direction opposite the first turn (i.e., turn away from the station). During the last half of the
turn, note the position of the head of the needle.
At this point, it is recommended to perform the 6 Ts again:
TIME. Not required.
TURN. If the head of the needle is not within 5º of the inbound course, stop the turn
with a 45° intercept. The heading is usually shown next to the "arrow" symbol. If the
head of the needle is within 5° of the inbound course, you may need to continue the
turn to roll out with a DTA intercept. If you have flown through the inbound course
(overshoot situation), continue the turn to roll out with a DTA intercept.
TIME. Not required.
TRANSITION. When established on a shallow intercept (aircraft heading is within
30° of the FAC), the student shall direct the pilot to descend, as appropriate. When
the aircraft is within 4 NM of the FAF, take BAC and perform the Before Landing
BAC is 120 KIAS, landing gear down, and flaps at takeoff.
2. If you cannot determine when you are within 4 NM of the
FAF, or there is no FAF depicted, take BAC when established on a
TWIST. Ensure FAC is in the CDI.
TALK. If requested by ATC.
10. Ask the IP if he would like a review of the missed approach procedure/climb out
instructions (missed approach review). This review shall occur after the Before Landing
Checklist but prior to the MAP. The review consists of:
5-18 TERMINAL PROCEDURES