T-6A INSTRUMENT NAVIGATION
TIME. Not required.
TRANSITION. Direct the pilot to slow to 150 KIAS, and descend as required.
ATC may assign an altitude restriction. Maintain this altitude until
informed by ATC to delete the altitude restriction. At this time,
descend to the altitude depicted on the approach plate.
TWIST. Set the inbound course into the CDI. Confirm the correct navigation
TALK. Give the appropriate voice report (if requested or if leaving an assigned
altitude or holding fix).
2. Once established on the FAC and 4 NM from the FAF, direct the pilot to transition to BAC.
Perform the Before Landing Checklist.
If you cannot determine when you are within 4 NM of the FAF,
slow down and take BAC when established on a shallow intercept
(heading within 30º of FAC).
3. Ask the IP if a review of the missed approach procedure/climb out instructions is required.
This review shall occur after the Before Landing Checklist but prior to the MAP. The review
Point at which to execute the missed approach.
First heading to turn.
First climb altitude.
At the FAF, perform the 6 Ts:
TIME. Start the timing to the MAP.
If timing is depicted, you should always start the elapsed timer as a
backup in the event of DME and/or glideslope failure.
TURN. Direct a turn as necessary to maintain the FAC.