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CHAPTER FIVE
T-6A INSTRUMENT NAVIGATION
2.  If executing a VOR approach and full-scale deflection of the CDI occurs prior to the FAF,
the student shall provide navigational inputs to the IP to return to course. However, if the
aircrew elects to execute a missed approach prior to the FAF, do not descend below the FAF
altitude and inform ATC.
Missed approach between the FAF and MAP
1.  If executing an ILS/LOC and full-scale deflection of the CDI occurs at any time between
the FAF and the MAP, the student shall direct the IP to immediately climb to either the MSA or
altitude ATC has assigned in the event of a missed approach, maintain your present heading, and
inform ATC. Follow instructions provided by ATC.
2.  If ATC directs the aircrew to execute a missed approach, comply with missed approach
instructions. If the aircrew elects to execute a missed approach prior to the MAP and the aircraft
is tracking inbound on the FAC, continue to track inbound to the MAP at or above the MDA. At
the MAP, execute a missed approach.
3.  If executing a VOR approach and full-scale deflection of the CDI occurs between the FAF
and the MAP, the student shall provide navigational inputs to the IP to reestablish the aircraft
back on the FAC. If an intercept can not be safely established and the aircrew elects to execute a
missed approach, direct the IP to begin an immediate climb to either the MSA, depicted missed
approach altitude (or altitude ATC has assigned in the event of a missed approach), continue to
fly the intercept heading and inform ATC. Follow instructions provided by ATC.
Perform the missed approach when the MAP or DH is reached and any of the three following
conditions exist.
1.
The runway environment is not in sight.
NOTE
The AIM defines the runway environment as the aircrew has at
least one of the following visual references for the intended
runway: the approach light system, the threshold, the threshold
markings, the threshold lights, the runway end identifier lights, the
visual approach slope indicator, the touchdown zone or touchdown
zone markings, the touchdown zone lights, the runway or runway
markings, or the runway lights.
2.
You are unable to make a safe landing.
3.
You are directed by the controlling agency.
5-58 TERMINAL PROCEDURES


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