T-6A INSTRUMENT NAVIGATION
PROCEDURES FOR RADAR VECTORS TO FAC (RVFAC)
Select and load desired approach into the active flight plan.
Tune and ID all available ground-based NAVAIDs for backup.
3. Brief the Approach. If required, determine stepdown altitudes using the profile view on the
Verify APPR ARM is annunciated within 30 NM of the airfield.
Once being vectored to final, select OBS mode.
6. Select the FAWP as the active WPT: On the flight plan page, use the CRSR to highlight
the FAWP (WPT-f). Press DIRECT TO and confirm the selection by pressing ENT.
7. Select the SuperNav 5 display, set the scale to AUTO and verify the FAWP is the active
WPT indicated in the top left corner of the screen.
8. Twist the FAC in the CDI. Verify the CDIs input to the KLN 900 is correct on the GPS
The KLN 900 display should indicate a solid line through the
FAWP oriented accurately to display the FAC and the aircraft's
position relative to it.
After intercepting final and prior to 2 NM from the FAWP, select LEG mode.
10. Configure to BAC within 4 NM of the FAWP.
11. At the FAWP, conduct the 6 Ts and verify there are green GPS annunciator indications.
Upon arrival at the FAWP, the GPS sequences the active waypoint
to the MAWP in the procedure and indicates the FAC in the data
on the left side of the SuperNav 5 display.
12. Upon reaching the MAWP, if the runway is not in sight or the aircraft is not in a position to
make a safe landing, execute the MAP.
8-10 GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM